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Justin Jackson’s Development as a Shooter


After making just 1.17 3-pointers per 40 minutes at a rate of 29.7% through his first two seasons, Justin Jackson has improved those numbers to 3.17 and 38.7% after 17 games of his junior season. His 3-point volume and efficiency have significantly increased season-over-season—a testament to the feedback he received from NBA scouts, and the hard work he put in. (The Secondary Break)


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