Finals marked by offensive futilty
If the NBA Finals had ended last night, the four-game series may have been the worst ever in league history.
Updated: June 12, 2003, 11:23 AM ETBy By Terry Brown | NBA Insider
If the NBA Finals had ended last night, with 114 missed shots, 27 turnovers, 5 technical fouls and 45-34 halftime score, the four-game series could very well have been the worst ever in league history. But, thank goodness for center Jason Collins, the series is simply tied, 2-2, despite his inability to make a single basket in two games and not even taking one in last night's win for New Jersey.
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