Ben Simmons had never made a 3 in the NBA before, but with the Philadelphia 76ers leading the Guangzhou Long-Lions in a preseason game, he hit the shot heard round the world. Since then, Simmons has made only two 3-pointers. The Ringer’s Kevin O’Connor looks back at this moment and breaks down what that extended range could mean for Simmons and the 76ers.
NBA Defining Moments: Ben Simmons Finally Makes a 3-Pointer
Kevin O’Connor breaks down what that extended range could mean for Simmons and the 76ers
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