The Law of Averages

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In Game 2, Ray Allen shot (a record setting) eight for 11 on his three point attempts. In Game 3, Ray shot zero for eight on his three point attempts. The total for the two games is eight for 19. That’s 42%. His playoff average? 41.6%

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One Response to “The Law of Averages”

  1. jpalumbo Says:

    Classic math vs. hope. Math always wins! Hopefully this means that Ray is set to at least shoot his average the rest of the series. And good point in your last article that Boston has had one good game from Pierce, one good game from Allen, one good game from Rondo, and one good game from Garnett, and they won the one where Allen and Rondo were both good and lost the other two.

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