Celtics are taking a lot of three-pointers, but not making very many of them

The Celtics hoisted a combined 54 three-pointers in their last two games.  They only made 11 (20 percent).  Isaiah Thomas was the leading culprit, going just 2-for-14 (14 percent).

Poor three-point shooting has been a season-long issue so far for the men in green:

Outside of Jonas Jerebko's 2-for-4, Jared Sullinger is actually Boston's leading three-point shooter at 44 percent (8-of-18).  Thomas has taken far and away the most threes of any Celtic, 39, but has knocked down only 10 of them (26 percent).

Many C's fans will say this is a sign RJ Hunter needs to play more.  However, despite draining this bomb last night...

...Hunter is just 2-for-9 (22 percent) this year, tied with Kelly Olynyk for second-worst on the team ahead of fellow rookie Terry Rozier (1-of-8).  James Young?  Zero attempts to this point in one minute of action.

It's still very early and we're working with an extremely small sample size--Sullinger will get worse and Thomas will almost certainly get better.  It's also worth noting that the Rockets lead the NBA with 32.1 long-range attempts per game and are shooting an identical .284 from deep.

But if the numbers don't begin to change soon, Brad Stevens may have to reassess his game plan.

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