Shooting Over Making

Ken Pomeroy says that the numbers show him that it’s more important to get to the line to line to shoot free throws than to make free throws. In other words, the percentage a team makes, while important, is less critical than just creating the opportunities.
Makes some sense, actually.
He also points out that that popular notion that free throw shooting is a lost art is a myth. Teams shot the third highest percentage ever last year.

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