Milwaukee Bucks guard Michael Carter-Williams (5) at the free-throw line during a regular season game against the Brooklyn Nets at the Barclays Center in New York, March 20, 2015. For most NBA players, teammates’ kudos are part of the routine at the free-throw line — regardless of the outcome. (Ben Solomon/The New York Times)
Milwaukee Bucks guard Michael Carter-Williams (5) at the free-throw line during a regular season game against the Brooklyn Nets at the Barclays Center in New York, March 20, 2015. For most NBA players, teammates’ kudos are part of the routine at the free-throw line — regardless of the outcome. (Ben Solomon/The New York Times) BEN SOLOMON NYT
Milwaukee Bucks guard Michael Carter-Williams (5) at the free-throw line during a regular season game against the Brooklyn Nets at the Barclays Center in New York, March 20, 2015. For most NBA players, teammates’ kudos are part of the routine at the free-throw line — regardless of the outcome. (Ben Solomon/The New York Times) BEN SOLOMON NYT

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