Celtics news: Marcus Morris wants to know if he'll get anything for hitting record-breaking 3-pointer
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Marcus Morris wants to know if he’ll get anything for hitting record-breaking 3-pointer

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Marcus Morris and the Boston Celtics were on fire from three when they played the then-undefeated Milwaukee Bucks Thursday night.

Morris himself went 5 for 8 from three point range. The team as a whole went 24 for 55 from three, which is good for 43.6 percent.

Morris is wondering if he will get anything for hitting the record breaking three.

He may possibly get a basketball, but he probably won’t get nothing. He and the team will be etched in Celtics history, and for a historic franchise, that is pretty good enough.

The Bucks came into town undefeated, but ran into a three point shooting clinic by the Celtics. A lot of the team chipped in and helped to accomplish the record breaking night.

Irving made the most three’s on the night as he finished 6 for 12 from three, which is good for 50 percent. As said above, Morris went 5/8 from three. Al Horford went 4 for 11 from three, which is good for 36.4 percent. Celtics superstar, Gordon Hayward, who is coming back from an injury shot 3 for 5 from three, which is good for 60 percent.

Overall, it was a pretty solid night for the team to be shooting three’s. If you are wondering what the Bucks shot from three, they shot 9/29, which is good for 31 percent. The Bucks came down to Earth from three point range for this game, while Boston just went through the roof.

As for Morris, yes he did indeed hit the record breaking three. It is possible Danny Ainge and the team will give him a basketball or something for him to remember the historic night, however, he may not get anything at all except for a clap on the back for a job well done.