If we had a good offense, then there might be merit to your argument.In a binary world yes. In a non-binary world no. Shots are situational, and there are many variables. Such as who is shooting the 3's, when are they firing the shots, how they are being defended, and what were the results when they focused on 3's.
If you take a good look at the stats in conference games only 3 guys demonstrated proficiency shooting 3's. Vince, AB, and Tso. Nunn shot better OOC than in conference.
Again, Coaching plays a huge part its not just "hold it high and let em fly".
When you have a mediocre to bad offense while shooting the ball well on 3 pointers and not taking many of them, there’s a problem with the design of your offense. When you pass up good shots early in the shot clock only to force up a worse shot as the shot clock runs out, there’s a problem with your offensive philosophy.
The 3 point shot is an integral part of modern offenses and we don’t use it effectively. When you have 4 guys shooting above 35% on 3 pointers, you need to be running the offense to get your team more than 16 three pointers a game.