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...in a season.

He's currently 3rd with 241 after passing Peja (240). The two above him are...

1. Dennis Scott - 267
2. George McCloud - 257

With 6 games left in the season for Seattle, he'll need 4.4 three's per game to catch up with Scott for the crown.
 

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surprising. i thought reggie miller would hold this record.
 

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Ray oughta be able to pass McCloud for second place, but catching Scott will be tough. Ray recently passed Dale Ellis to become number two behind Reggie for career three's.
 

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I could see him doin that.
 

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DuMa said:
surprising. i thought reggie miller would hold this record.
Reggie has better repitore than just to shoot 3s like Scott and Allen.

Does anyone think Ray Allen is more than a loser than ever without looking at other team's offer than taking the MAX from the Sonices knowing that they have just lost some key players?
 

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John said:
Reggie has better repitore than just to shoot 3s like Scott and Allen.

Does anyone think Ray Allen is more than a loser than ever without looking at other team's offer than taking the MAX from the Sonices knowing that they have just lost some key players?
No

Have you met Joe Johnson?
 

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John said:
Reggie has better repitore than just to shoot 3s like Scott and Allen.

Does anyone think Ray Allen is more than a loser than ever without looking at other team's offer than taking the MAX from the Sonices knowing that they have just lost some key players?
Excuse my ignorance but who are the key players they lost?? I'm not sure because I'mnot exactly a Sonics fan.
 

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John said:
Reggie has better repitore than just to shoot 3s like Scott and Allen.

Does anyone think Ray Allen is more than a loser than ever without looking at other team's offer than taking the MAX from the Sonices knowing that they have just lost some key players?
Um, Antonio Daniels & Jerome James? They were replaced by younger players. & why would Ray leave? They had just won 52 games & made it to 6 games (almost 7) in the 2nd round of the playoffs against the eventual world champs.
 

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Um, Antonio Daniels & Jerome James? They were replaced by younger players. & why would Ray leave? They had just won 52 games & made it to 6 games (almost 7) in the 2nd round of the playoffs against the eventual world champs.
But you should know he was all about Money.
 

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Bruce Bowen got him off track a couple games back when he only made 2 treys against the Spurs but he's back on pace.
 

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But you should know he was all about Money.
of course, when is it NOT about money? But the Clippers were willing to pay the exact same amount, & he still chose to come back. Sure, the Clippers have an awful history, but the Sonics under this new ownership don't have a good history of making the playoffs either, except last year's "freak" winning season; otherwise the Sonics have a great recent history of being mediocre; bad enough to finish 10 games under .500, but not bad enough to get a decent lotto pick.
 
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