Although Tatum finished the game with 27 points, 10 rebounds and seven assists, his 3-point shooting has hit a low point recently. Tatum went 0-for-6 from long range against the Blazers, and to make matters even worse, he’s now missed 20-straight 3-point attempts spanning the last four games.
Tatum’s final missed 3-pointer of the night against the Blazers would’ve put Boston up by two points with six seconds left, but the shot looked off as soon as it left his hands:
In fact, that wasn’t the only off-target 3-pointer Tatum put up Friday night. His first 3-point attempt was an airball:
He airballed another 3-pointer in the third quarter, once again shooting far over the rim:
Tatum’s 3-point shooting has been noticeably off throughout this season, and while he’s going to break his current 0-for-20 drought at some point, the Celtics should be somewhat concerned with his dip in efficiency from beyond the arc.