That’s all 13 of Gary Forbes’ three-pointers in a recent game in the Greater Hartford Pro-Am, whatever that is. He scored 78 points in that game, which should tell you how much better the worst NBA player is than the best pro-am player.

Not saying Gary Forbes — he’s on the Nuggets, remember? — is the worst player in the NBA, but he was a 26-year-old undrafted rookie who played 12 minutes a game and spent the majority of the season being confused with Gary Neal. If he’s scoring 78 points in your pro-am game, your pro-am game is probably a little heavier on the am, if you catch my drift.

(via SLAM)

Comments (4)

  1. What, no crowd running all over the floor like right after a KD three…? Weak, son!

  2. Wow! I really thought I was the only one who confused him with Gary Neal.

  3. GHPA is where the Conn. guys go to ball (if you didn’t surmise that already). Remember Jared Jordan (google ‘em), he has put up some big games in past years. Kemba Walker (Charlotte Bobcats) and Jeremy Lamb (UConn) are currently rockin’ it (among others). Most games are during the week, and they draw a relatively “conservative” crowd. Weekend and playoff games get noticeably “rowdier.” It’s the Nor’east’s version of the Dykman…860-representin’…H@rvey 2face

  4. WOW!! I am fucking retarded… I just pieced together what pro-am means. Shit I’m going to go read a book.

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