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Thread: 3-Pt. Percentages

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    3-Pt. Percentages

    57.1% Ivan Rabb (4 for 7, small sample size, but having Ivan set up outside might be a very good option against some teams)
    50.0% Nick Hamilton (1 for 2, might be a serviceable wing as a senior next year)
    44.4% Grant Mullins (28 for 63, an open look for Grant may be our most efficient offensive option)
    40.8% Charlie Moore (29 for 71, another great option on offense)
    30.9% Jabari Bird (21 for 68, he takes jumpers that have a higher degree of difficulty, but he can get them off against tougher defenses)
    30.8% Sam Singer (8 for 26, not terrible... an open look for Sam is probably worth taking)
    30.0% Don Coleman (3 for 10, we'll see where that goes over time)
    24.1% Roger Moute A Bidias (7 for 29, needs to get his shooting confidence back to get back in the rotation)
    15.6% Stephen Domingo (5 for 32, works hard, but so unlucky, feel bad for the guy)
    Last edited by R90; 01-11-2017 at 05:00 PM.

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    Thanks for a good post, R90.

    I like every comment that you made.

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    Quote Originally Posted by R90 View Post
    57.1% Ivan Rabb (3 for 7, small sample size)
    I think that's a typo, he's 4 for 7. And I think he might be 4 for his last 5, so he must have started the year 0-2.

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    I think the takeaway from all this is that we should be shooting more 3s.

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    Quote Originally Posted by R90 View Post
    57.1% Ivan Rabb (4 for 7, small sample size, but having Ivan set up outside might be a very good option against some teams)
    50.0% Nick Hamilton (1 for 2, might be a serviceable wing as a senior next year)
    44.4% Grant Mullins (28 for 63, an open look for Grant may be our most efficient offensive option)
    40.8% Charlie Moore (29 for 71, another great option on offense)
    30.9% Jabari Bird (21 for 68, he takes jumpers that have a higher degree of difficulty, but he can get them off against tougher defenses)
    30.8% Sam Singer (8 for 26, not terrible... an open look for Sam is probably worth taking)
    30.0% Don Coleman (3 for 10, we'll see where that goes over time)
    24.1% Roger Moute A Bidias (7 for 29, needs to get his shooting confidence back to get back in the rotation)
    15.6% Stephen Domingo (5 for 32, works hard, but so unlucky, feel bad for the guy)
    Nice post. I'd add that including last night Bird is almost 40% on 3's in our wins but only 23% in our losses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LudwigsFountain View Post
    Nice post. I'd add that including last night Bird is almost 40% on 3's in our wins but only 23% in our losses.
    Who cannot love Jabari? He is a great young man, from all accounts, but the discrepancy that you note indicates an area where he has to get better. Consistency from game to game, bringing maximum energy all the time.

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