David Shriver Is A Ram!

mrgeode

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His 3 point attempt rate and hitting 41% of 212 attempts is pretty impressive - if we can get a similar conversion rate even if he doesn't have as many attempts it will definitely help. We needed shooting and spacing, he brings shooting and spacing. Seems like Jalen has it right, check up.
 

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His 3 point attempt rate and hitting 41% of 212 attempts is pretty impressive - if we can get a similar conversion rate even if he doesn't have as many attempts it will definitely help. We needed shooting and spacing, he brings shooting and spacing. Seems like Jalen has it right, check up.

His conversion rate was pretty good going from D2 to Hartford. I’m expecting him to light it up when called upon
 

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That kind of percentage not only can start offensive runs, and can BE that winning shot to push us over the edge, but it draws defenders as that's the only way they can stop that 3 from going IN... it opens up Ace to get the ball distributed to the right person.
 

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His conversion rate was pretty good going from D2 to Hartford. I’m expecting him to light it up when called upon
His conversion rate was pretty close to 100%. He shot 42.6% (52-122) during his junior year at Alderson Broaddus (D2), which was abbreviated due to COVID. In his sophomore year he shot 39.0% (82-211).
 
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Hartford is moving from Division 1 to Division III for next season; likely a factor in Shriver's decision. Very one dimensional, 213 of 266 shots attempted were from beyond the arc.
 
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