No I'm not missing the point. You think Symir should take every open three he gets and are ok with him taking 5 threes in 16 minutes. I disagree. I'm not saying he shouldn't ever take threes, I'm saying he took too many. If 72% of his shots this season are threes, taking 12 per 40 minutes, while he doesn't go to the basket even against a little D2 team, that's not optimum. It's not a big deal, he's the least of the problems and I barely mentioned it. It didn't stand out to me during the game but it did in the box score afterwards. It might be a one game aberration because it's not what he did in the first game.You’re missing the point entirely. You’re running an offense to get good shots. If he’s afraid of shooting good shots, the downstream effect is that the defense clogs everything up. They’re not running something to get him shots; they simply need him to be a threat so that when he gets the ball, guys will come out on him, giving him the ability to penetrate, have lanes for other guys, can get the ball to Edwards, etc. Those were good shots, and he made a good percentage of them. This one is really pretty cut and dry.