Analysis: 3-point shooting might be biggest problem a new Lakers coach will tackle

Los Angeles Daily News
Analysis: 3-point shooting might be biggest problem a new Lakers coach will tackle
Analysis: 3-point shooting might be biggest problem a new Lakers coach will tackle

Over half a dozen times this past season, Kyle Kuzma changed his shooting form. Sometimes it was the stroke. Sometimes it was where he landed. Tweaking, tweaking, always tweaking. And yet, after a sophomore campaign in which he shot just a hair over 30 percent from 3-point range, in the end, he decided that it was the tinkering that hurt his shooting more than any original flaw. “For me, I kind of over-analyzed my jump shot this year,” he said after the season ended. “Thought about it way too much. I think my rookie year I was able to just let it fly. Not really think about nothing. Stayed with about the same form and the consistency of that this year, I kind of let it get to me.” Kuzma is hardly

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