Alex Abrines season review: Of treys, improved defense and post-game selfies

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The scribes at TI are breaking down each player during the end of season review series. Today is all about Alex Abrines.

Much like the entire OKC Thunder organization Alex Abrines had an up and down season. However, from March 1, on Abrines kept ascending. To that end, from March first until the end of the regular season Abrines was the second best three-point shooter on the OKC Thunder, behind Patrick Patterson.

*Minimum 40 three-point attempts

Furthermore, Abrines was the NBA’s 43rd best three-point shooter during that time period. This hot shooting was married with acceptable defense. The combination of the two improvements found the Spaniard ending the season on a strong note.

During the season Abrines took selfies after wins and participated in numerous Thunder Cares events.

With that, let’s recap it all in this stat stuffed season review.

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