nba three point contest 2015 live

He was eliminated in the first round during his Three-Point Contest debut in Toronto, but is shooting even better from three-point range this season (nearly 42 percent) than he did last year (39 percent) while hoisting eight attempts per game.
And he did it in New Orleans, where he played the previous five seasons before leaving last summer in free agency.
The three competitors with the highest scores in the first round advance to the championship round.
If hes going to struggle from anywhere in the competition, thats the spot.Hes shooting.6 percent from the field and.7 percent from downtown.Known for making highly contested threes, itll be interesting to see how Young fares with a wide-open basket.More: m's 2015 NBA All-Star hub: Schedule, rosters and more.McCollum (41 percent from three) could also make things interesting.Wesley Matthews 2014-15 Shot Chart FindTheBest.It may come as a surprise to some that.Kyle Korver, Hawks Based on a pure percentage standpoint, Korver should be viewed as the preemptive favorite in this years Three-Point Contest.Kyrie Irving, Cavaliers, kyrie Irving will also join an already loaded field of shooters.The pair had each finished with a score of 20 in the final round, meaning they each had to shoot 25 more balls ossaa contest manager to decide.We shouldnt expect Klay to hit every shot as if hes caught fire in a game of NBA Jam again, but hes been one of the most consistent shooters in terms of both volume and efficiency this season.However, he will have to take down seven of the leagues deadliest three-point shooters to retain his crown, including 2017 All-Stars.Gordon was on fire right from the start of the event.Nearly all of his three-point attempts have been heaved up from above the break, but his numbers in a small sample size from the corners have been the most impressive.Four racks contain four orange balls (each worth one point) and one multicolored "money" ball (worth two points).
Kyrie Irving in a tie-breaking final round to win.
Taking full advantage of defending champion.