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Allen’s timing perfect

Lone three came when needed most

By Michael Vega
Globe Staff / December 2, 2010

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He had missed the first five 3-pointers he attempted, including one that missed everything. While that airball might have caused a shooter of lesser ability and self-confidence to shrink from the task, Ray Allen didn’t pass up the opportunity to make his one and only 3-pointer of the game matter most in last night’s 99-95 victory over Portland. (Full article: 719 words)

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