NBA and WNBA: 2000-2001 Season: NBA 3-point Shootout
Updated August 28, 2020 | Infoplease Staff
Eight players are invited to compete in the annual three-point shooting contest held during All-Star Weekend, since 1986. Each shooter has 60 seconds to shoot the 25 balls in five racks outside the three-point line. Each ball is worth one point, except the last ball in each rack, which is worth two. Highest scores advance. First prize: $25,000.
|Ray Allen, Mil||20|
|Dirk Nowitzki, Dal||19|
|Predrag Stojakovic, Sac||17|
|Failed to advance||Pts|
|Pat Garrity, Orl||15|
|Steve Nash, Dal||14|
|Rashard Lewis, Sea||12|
|Allan Houston, NY||11|
|Bryon Russell, Utah||10|
|2001 NBA All-Star Game||2000-2001 Season||NBA/WNBA All-Star 2Ball|
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