How does a Nebraska beach house work? Is that like on a pond or a river?
Also, I can't be the only one begging Da'Monte to take a few more 3s. I know his percentage is up because he doesn't take a shot if he's not feeling it, but it feels to me while I'm screaming at my TV that he has some pretty open shots and turns them down. It feels to me that Trent, Adam, and Ayo all take shots where they're fairly wide open but Da'Monte will pass those shots up unless he's got miles and miles of distance between him and his defender, and even then it seems like if the balls didn't connect just write in his hands he'll still pass up an open shot attempt.
Maybe I'm looking at this backward and I should be begging Trent and Adam to be more selective in their shots and I should be begging the whole team to pass the ball around more to create more insanely wide open shots so that all 3 of those guys can be shooting at 67+%?
I think Trent and Adam are taking far more contested shots than DMFW for different reasons. Trent seems to end up with the ball in his hands late in possessions that haven't given the primary option a good look, especially when he's the primary ball handler and Belo is on the bench. Adam, just IMO, is taking quick shots earlier in the possession and not necessarily when we have numbers. Also, as good as DMFW has been from 3, I think his rep as the 4th or 5th scoring option for the team still sticks. That's all completely non-data driven - just what I think I've seen this year.