Does this guy look familiar?
Steve Kerr, a 3-point shooting specialist and a three-time member of the NBA champion Chicago Bulls -- with some guy named Jordan, remember? -- has taken his jumper to San Antonio and finds himself with an inside track to yet another NBA title.
Kerr, who hit the title-clinching jumper in Game 6 of the 1997 NBA Finals, has struggled a bit this year, and especially in the playoffs. He's been limited to just 8.8 minutes a game and is hitting only 18 percent (2-for-11) of his 3-point tries.
This season, he hit only 31 percent of his 3-pointers -- one of the worst marks of an 11-year career that has seen him nail an amazing 46 percent from beyond the arc. He entered the season as the NBA's all-time career leader in three-point shooting percentage (.473).
Despite his shooting woes this season, Kerr will still get his chances. Opponents regularly double-down on the Spurs' Twin Towers, David Robinson and Tim Duncan, making it doubly important for the Spurs to make their outside shots. So you can bet that sometime during the NBA Finals, Kerr will launch up a 3-pointer.
It is, after all, what he does best.