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One of the league's best reserve big men a year ago, Andray Blatche continued to prove his worth with a solid outing on Wednesday night.
Blatche turned heads early and often, launching four treys in the first half, and actually buried one of them (his first attempt) from the left wing. But the fun didn't stop there.
Blatche quickly grew to love the three, attempting six total while canning two of them.
As a point of reference, Blatche attempted just 22 threes last season and made three, shooting 13.6 percent from beyond the arc.
And while it was certainly entertaining, don't expect that low-percentage shot to become a staple of Blatche's game throughout the season.
The 27-year-old also flashed versatility on the offensive end, passing well out of the high post when multiple Celtics converged on him.
However, he wasn't exactly efficient from the floor, converting on just 33 percent of his field-goal attempts in 24 minutes of run.
On the evening, Blatche scored 14 points, pulled down five rebounds and blocked a shot.