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Anthony Morrow promises revenge, lefty three

Feb 12, 2010, 6:26 PM EST

If you’ve watched the Warriors, you know this: Anthony Morrow doesn’t miss open threes. It doesn’t happen. An undrafted rookie, Morrow made the Warriors after hitting 17 of his 23 (74%!) attempts during his first summer-league stint. He’s barely slowed down after that, leading the league in three-point percentage his rookie season and making 45% of his threes this year. Morrow has one of the most perfect shooting strokes in basketball, and when he gets space the result is often a clean swish.

Because of Morrow’s lack of attempts from beyond the arc, he was not invited to the three-point contest, with teammate Stephen Curry attending instead. Morrow still might put on a show, though. Morrow will be a participant in the Rookie-Sophomore challenge, a contest not known for featuring much defensive intensity. Past highlights of the game include an off-the-elbow pass, Jason Richardson bouncing the ball of Carlos Boozer’s head, and Daniel Gibson making 11 of his 20 three-point attempts in 21 minutes of play. If Morrow is as determined to launch as Gibson was, the three-point record could easily fall tonight.

One more thing: on his twitter, Morrow has promised a lefty three. Something to watch out for among all the big dunks and flashy passes that comprise the Rookie-Sophomore Challenge.

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