Ray Allen for thr – whoopsAfter our little criticism of the NBA last week, we almost feel like the league took offense and is getting back at us. Lost somewhere between points number 80 and 81 by Kobe Bryant last night was Seattle beating Phoenix 152-149.
Ray Allen made a 30-footer at the second-overtime buzzer to break the NBA record for most combined 3-pointers in a game, giving the Seattle SuperSonics a 152-149 victory over the Phoenix Suns on Sunday night in the league’s highest-scoring game in 11 years.
“When I was open, I just knew it was time to make a shot,” Allen said.
Yeah, dude – nice 42 points. Do you even know how to play basketball? We bet if someone came up to you and said “hey Ray Allen, have you ever scored 81 points in one game?” you’d have to go “no.” You know what that means, Ray Allen? It means you’re not in the Cool Club with us and our new best friend Kobe Bryant.