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Durant Edges Rondo in H-O-R-S-E

Chuck - Red's Army February 13, 2010 Uncategorized 3 Comments

From what I read, Rajon Rondo put on quite a long range shooting display at the H-O-R-S-E competition.

Due to time constraints (lame), Rondo and Kevin Durant (Omri Casspi was eliminated) were forced to shoot three-pointers from the top of the key (lame) until one player missed. Both players made several shots in a row, but Rondo eventually missed to draw an E and end the contest.

Chris Forsberg has the play by play…

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  • Josh

    At the end of the competition, each missed 3 pointer counted as a letter. There was a stretch where they both hit 8 or so 3′s in a row. Durant only missed 1 three the entire time, while Rondo eventually missed 3 and got H O R S E. Took a while though.

  • Bas Rutten Jr.

    Proud of Rajon. He shot extremely well throughout, and if it didn’t go to that damn shoot-out, he seemed to have the momentum to win it…sheeeit.
    That initial H to begin the contest though. That was an AWFUL idea. Instead of an H, they should have received a bonus shot or something…a retry to a shot, atleast. Idiotic to choose that 3 pointer under the legs shot as well….the dude who sent it in probably attempted it a dozen times. Eh…poorly ran competition imo.

  • Chris

    They had no idea how to run a horse game. This shit was rigged for Durant. Since when does one player make the shot and then only one of the other players have to make it. There was a time Rondo made the out of bounds shot….Caspi missed it. Then durant got to set the next shot?
    Retarded.