Joe Harris was en fuego on All-Star Saturday Night against some of the most prolific shooters the league has ever seen.
The Brooklyn Nets marksman walked away as the winner of the MTN DEW Three-Point Contest at the Spectrum Center in Charlotte, defeating hometown favorite Stephen Curry of the Golden State Warriors and Sacramento Kings guard Buddy Hield in the final round with a score of 26.
|Seth Curry||Trail Blazers||16|
|Damian Lillard||Trail Blazers||17|
"Obviously it's incredible," Harris said of his win, according to ESPN's Nick Friedell. "Steph is the greatest shooter of all time. Again, shooting off of the rack for a minute is not indicative of being a better shooter than Steph Curry. I don't want anybody to get it twisted at all. He's come in and won this thing (in 2015) and lost. He's participated a number of different times. So for me to come in my first time and to win obviously is quite a surreal experience."
Harris currently ranks second in the Association in 3-point percentage at a scorching 47.1 percent and 16th in makes from beyond the arc with 132.