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.
For the record, Baltimore shot 38.4 percent in the 1971 Finals for the
record-low in a four-game Finals series while New Jersey has staggered
to 38.0% in the first four games of this series.
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