Found September 22, 2012 on NBA 24/7 365:
PLAYERS: Antoine Walker

At the 2012 Kentucky Alumni Game, there were no fours.  So Antoine Walker was still shooting threes.  Some things never change.

Walker tip-toed the line an unspecified number of times, but based on the following video it appears that he successfully dialed long distance on six occasions… from almost the exact same spot.  The description of said video says ‘Toine shot 50 percent from range, so I suppose he must’ve taken 12 three-pointers (yes, he did take more in an NBA game… multiple times).

Surprisingly (and disappointingly), six deep connections on 50-percent accuracy failed to yield a single shimmy.  However, DeMarcus Cousins did borrow Walker’s signature move after knocking down a three-pointer of his own.  Cousins led the white team to victory with 42 points, and Anthony Davis pitched in 40.  Michael Kidd-Gilchrist gave the blue team 32 in a losing effort.

Good ol’ ‘Toine… still allergic to the paint, and tomatoes.

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