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Posted by Drew Martin
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On the podcast I have heard you say that college basketball head coaches usually revert to the pace metrics they have had in past years. What about the type of shots teams are taking? Is this as consistent. Thinking there could be betting value with Kansas one way or the other with this type of offensive change from past years under Self. Any opinion?

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Kansas is an outside shooting team now. As the Kansas City Stars Jesse Newell pointed out, when Kansas played Texas in 2014, the Jayhawks took 21.5% of their shots from beyond the arc. This weekend, 50.7% of their field goals (35 of 69) were threes, which Bill Self said was the plan. That proportion is now 40.7% for the seasonup from 35.9% last year and huge departure from the low-30s-to-high-20s range Selfs team usually operates at. play-first-weekend-conclusions-villanova-arizona-tcu-unc-okl ahoma

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