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Nik Stauskas is back in Canada and back practicing his jump shot on his home court. The early result: Another eye-popping YouTube video of Stauskas’ shooting prowess, this one featuring the Michigan guard draining 46 consecutive (!!!) 3-pointers in the rain:
Granted, that 3-point line might be closer to high school regulations than NCAA, but … still, come on.
And Stauskas’ latest show was impressive enough that it drew the attention of NBA star Stephen Curry, despite Curry being in the thick of the playoffs right now.
3pt contest sometime @nstauskas11 ????? this is Impressive youtube.com/watch?v=yuH5mq…
— Stephen Curry (@StephenCurry30) April 25, 2013
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Michigan sharpshooter Nik Stauskas has broken out of his shooting slump.
Stauskas, who struggled late in Big Ten play and for most of the postseason before hitting six straight 3-pointers in the regional final win over Florida, posted a YouTube video that shows he's back in form.
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Looking for college basketball’s next big shooter? Look no further. Michigan’s Nik Stauskas showed off his touch in a YouTube video he made while back home in Canada. During a five minute drill, Stauskas, who shot 44% from three during his freshmen season at Michigan, displayed his touch by hitting 46 three pointers to start the drill and making 70-of-76 overall. Even with the...
Nik Stauskas was recently hanging out at his parents’ home in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada doing what he does – hit threes. With Trey Burke and Tim Hardaway, Jr. jetting to the NBA, the Michigan offense will be highly dependent on the outside shooting of Stauskas next year.
Oddly, Stauskas’ backyard court has the three-point line at the NCAA distance of 20 feet, nine...
Michigan’s Nik Stauskas returned home to Canada this week and decided to release a new shooting video. In the video, Stauskas went 70-of-76 (92.1 percent) on his shots in the rain, including 46 straight makes. Needless to say, the exhibition was impressive.
Stauskas’ show was so impressive that it even caught the attention of Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry, who just...
Michigan's Nik Stauskas burst onto the college basketball scene with his sharpshooting ability. After his latest YouTube video, Stauskus' reputation is growing.
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"3pt contest sometime @NStauskas11 ????? this is Impressive...
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