I have thought a good deal about moving Svi to 4 with Perry/Cliff at 5.
Selden and Greene at 2 and 3.
Mason at one.
If Selden could ever get his act together, and gun the trey, which Self seems to be hoping for late in the season, this lineup could be killer for stretches.
But bottom line, the team isn’t a very good trey shooting team, despite what Self says, and despite this little up tick in trey percentage.
To beat big teams, KU needs to shoot twice as many treys at it is shooting and when it does, its percentage is going to plummet.
Unless, Wayne learns to gun it, or Green learns to guard.
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I am concerned that Selden wasn’t brought in to be a shooter but since his explosiveness is either missing or was never really there, they’re making the best of it by working on his shot. Hopefully Oubre doesn’t fall into the same category. I was envisioning him as more of a Tyshawn type with a better shot and less prone to turnovers. Obviously, they don’t play the same position, but in terms of getting to the hoop, I was hoping we’d see that from either him or Wayne.