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The Boston Celtics are going to be searching for outside shooting once the regular season opens next week.

They might have found that in the form of rookie second-round pick Carsen Edwards.

If you don’t believe us, just ask the Cleveland Cavaliers. Edwards nailed eight three-pointers in the third quarter alone, showing range that would make some of the game’s best shooters jealous.

That’s just some insane stuff from the smallish 6-foot guard.

He also showed this range while at Purdue, hitting on 41% of his treys as a sophomore in 2017-18 before hitting on a 36% mark last season.

This could loom large for Boston as the team looks to replace both Kyrie Irving and Al Horford during the 2019-20 campaign.