One year later, Gerald Wallace regains his legendary 3-point shooting stroke

In 2007-08 Gerald Wallace knocked down 71 three-pointers for the Charlotte Bobcats.  Two years after that, in 2009-10, Wallace connected on a career-best 37.1 percent (52-for-140) of his long-range attempts.  As recently as 2012-13 he still managed to hit 46 threes for the Nets.  Even last year Wallace made 19 of them as a member of the Celtics.

However, after going 1-for-1 from downtown in Sacramento on February 22, 2014, Wallace's three-point proclivity came to a crashing halt.  For the next 365 days, the one-time All-Star went trey-less.

But on Monday night in Phoenix, Gerald the Great once again found his touch:

Wallace is now shooting 33 percent on the season from beyond the arc, but 100 percent since last Friday.

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