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Posted By Jessica Camerato On February 6, 2009 @ 8:13 pm In General | 1 Comment
NEW YORK ‘ The New York Knicks  have not held anything back from behind the arc against the Boston Celtics  this season. In their first three match ups, the Knicks attempted 80 three-point shots, 22 more than the Celtics. On Friday night the Celtics were ready to counter the offensive assault.
Before the game Glen Davis  extended his warm ups to the three-point line. Big Baby knocked down three consecutive shots from the top of the arc. Moments later, Ray Allen  took target practice from the bench. In a close competition with Celtics assistant coach Mike Longabardi, Allen took shot after shot frim his seat. And not to be outdone, Leon Powe  drained a three from the sidelines in front of a surprised Patrick O’Bryant .
The Celtics knew what they were in for. At the end of the first quarter alone, the Knicks had shot 4-for-10 from long range.
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