Jordan Nwora made all of his attempted shots from behind the arc on his way to his NBA career high points as the Milwaukee Bucks beat the Detroit Pistons 130-115 on Thursday morning for their third straight victory.
The shooting guard who was on the court for just 15 minutes showed the Bucks coach Mike Budenholzer what he would get if he is giving more playing time.
Nwora went 3-for-3 from three points line, added four rebounds, one block and one steal as he posted NBA career high 11 points.
At half time he knocked down all of his two attempted three pointers for 6 points in 6 minutes which earned his his first ever first interview.
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The D’Tigers guard who is obviously enjoying himself promised to do all to help his team win and continue to shoot because that is what shooters do.