Found December 08, 2011 on
It’s no secret that Stu Douglass is struggling to find his shooting stroke this season. His stroke looks pure, calm and confident but the ball is not finding the bottom of the net.
Douglass is shooting just 28 percent from three point range and has failed to make two threes in a row this season. Ignoring caveats about sample size, the numbers are ugly and there’s no denying that Douglass is struggling. John Beilein emphasized on Saturday that Douglass still has the green light to shoot and that there’s “not much you can do” to eliminate a shooting slump. Here’s a closer look at Douglass’s struggles, a video study of his jumpshot and how his performance could improve going forward.
First things first, and despite Ken Pomeroy’s computers comparing Douglass’s freshman year to Jimmer Fredette’s, Douglass has never been a truly great shooter throughout his career at Michigan. He’s still been a good shooter, and a better shooter than this. His three point shooting percentages by season ...
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