Yeah, but he made 42% of his treys on 159 attempts. Shoots 86% from the line. Evansville had zero inside game. Their top five in minutes were 6-5 and under. He’s a knockdown shooter. Put him out there with Joe or Jones. That’s a lot of gravity taking mass out of the lane.
He makes some sense. This could open up the inside game if the opposition tries a lot of double coverage. Maybe the outside game as well if other good outside shooters are left uncovered. Maybe we need just a bit more depth with very good outside shooters plus some additional improvement with another very capable big. Sounds like we are getting closer if our concerns now are in fine tuning the machine!