Jalen Harris changing games with pace

“He does such a good job of getting other people layups or clean looks with their feet set, guys that have 10 toes toward the rim.”

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Jalen brings a different speed to the game. The guy can fly. When he plays under control, he is a valuable cog in the wheel.

That’s the man to bring the ball up at the end of a game when you need a bucket to be able to distribute the ball where it needs to go!

My recall from last season, is that he shot a higher percentage of his shots from the 12-16 foot range than he does this season. If right, perhaps that’s an implication of Whitt being on the team. But, I felt his mid-range was ok last year and sometimes quite timely.

According to my shot chart data from last season, Jalen was 9 of 20 on midrange jumpers on the left side of the floor, 7 of 29 on the right, and 3 of 19 between the elbows. He’d taken just four two-point jumpers through this December and missed all of them.

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