Best and worst from two-point land
While some teams continue to rely on the 3-point shot, the Blazers and Spurs make their living insider the arc.
Updated: April 10, 2003, 8:01 AM ETBy By Terry Brown
If the Milwaukee Bucks find out that they're the best two-point shooting team in the East in the process of becoming a rugged defensive-minded team, the New Jersey Nets could be in trouble in the first round of the playoffs. Gary Payton on Jason Kidd. Desmond Mason on Richard Jefferson.
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