Davis Bertans didn't win the NBA's three-point shootout on All-Star Saturday night, but he surely raised some eyebrows of those who weren't aware of his sharpshooting prowess.
There was stiff competition out there this year, with Devin Booker and Buddy Hield butting on a show in the first round. Bertans needed a big number to advance to the final round.
After a slow start, Bertans caught fire when he got to his money-ball rack.
The "Latvian Laser" swept his money ball rack and ended up making seven in a row to earn himself a spot in the final round with Booker and Hield.
Bertans is one of the most confident shooters in the NBA, so it's no surprise he ended up hitting every single shot in the area he decided was his best from beyond the arc.
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