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“The dependent variable is a 3-point scale for party identification, with strong, weak, and leaning partisans coded together.”
“Another guy to watch for might be F Tevin Galvin, an excellent athlete with 3-point range who made a low percentage of his shots, indicating that he merely needs to improve his shot selection.”
“EKU again shot the ball well, finishing at 46.9 percent from the floor, 39.5 percent from the 3-point line and 72.5 percent at the foul line.”
“Guard Kurtis Woods improved dramatically as a sophomore, finishing as the team's second-leading scorer at 12.7 ppg and hitting 36.5 percent from the 3-point line.”
“-- G Drew Hanlen was a threat from the 3-point line, hitting 36 percent, and also ran the offense efficiently.”
“Chavis is a capable 3-point shooter and distributor, while LeGates has the kind of versatility that will make him a tough cover as he gains experience.”
“Instead, the Colonels couldn't stop the Racers and lost 88-74, which forced them to hit the road, where their weaknesses -- a lack of size and rebounding -- often trumped excellent 3-point shooting and turnover ratio.”
“THE GOOD NEWS: Four starters and a bevy of key reserves are back next year, and coach Rick Byrd's teams are traditionally tougher to beat after a year to jell in his system that emphasizes unselfish play and accurate 3-point shooting.”
“The Canadian hit for 11 ppg and sank a team-high 44 percent from the 3-point line.”
“Add a couple of talented guards to the mix through recruiting, including Tennessee State transfer Parker Smith, an outstanding 3-point shooter, and this team could have the extra weapons needed to enjoy a winning season.”
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