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Finally, Anthony Morrow was invited to to the competition because this is what he was born to do.
He is widely regarded as one of the NBA's best pure three-point shooters. Morrow should go into the contest with a few chips on his shoulder and a few things to prove.
He is on a struggling Nets team that could use a few more wins, and he has basically lost his starting shooting guard position to rookie MarShon Brooks.
In his first NBA start, he scored 37 points, going 15-for-20 from the field, which was the most points by an undrafted rookie. He finished that season as the first rookie to lead the league in three-point shooting percentage. After the 2010-11 season, Morrow had the second-highest three-point percentage in history.
He is a career 44.2 percent three-point shooter. This season he's shot 41.7 percent from behind the arc.