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Paul George falls short in Three-Point Shootout

Paul George scored 10 to finish last in the three-point contest.

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Paul George's night in the Foot Locker Three-Point Shootout was short and sweet, with the Indiana Pacers wing only scoring 10 in the contest. George got off on the wrong foot, missing all five shots on the first rack, including the money ball that bounced around the rim before rattling out. George would get into something of a groove halfway through the fourth rack, but his inability to hit the sink the Money Ball was added up, him going just 1-4, with time running out just before he shot the final. Kyrie Irving would win the competition.

George was the third Pacer to take part in the competition, following in the footsteps of Reggie Miller and Danny Granger, Miller performed five times, Granger once, neither winning the competition. Like both, George will be a part of the All-Star game tomorrow night. Gerald Green will perform in the Sprite Slam Dunk Contest to follow.