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Former UVA Star Sam Hauser Makes a Splash with Historic 10 Three-Pointers in Short Order for the Boston Celtics, Despite an Unexpected Ankle Injury

Sam Hauser, the former UVA basketball star and current member of the Boston Celtics, achieved a remarkable feat when he became the first NBA player to sink at least 10 three-pointers in less than 24 minutes. He did this during the Celtics’ 130-104 win against the Wizards.

However, Hauser’s near-historic performance was cut short due to an unfortunate ankle injury sustained in the third quarter. Had he not been injured, he might have been able to break the Celtics’ record of 11 made threes in a game, currently held by Marcus Smart since January 18, 2020.

Luckily, results from subsequent X-rays on Hauser’s ankle revealed good news and the injury reportedly isn’t severe. This was a relief to fellow teammate Jason Tatum who admitted they were attempting to get Hauser to break the record.

Despite the absence of teammates Derrick White, Jaylen Brown, and Kristaps Porzingis, other low-rostered players including Hauser stepped up for Celtics, leading to their victor. His performance and injury were significant events of the night.


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