Shooting issues bothering Penn early in season

Posted In The Reading List - By News Robot On Friday, December 4th, 2015 With 0 Comments

EASTON, Pa. — Penn coach Steve Donahue wants his team to rely on two types of shots: layups and 3-pointers.

So far, they’re struggling mightily with one of those two primary options.

Heading into Sunday’s contest with Lafayette, a 92-86 defeat, the Quakers (4-2) were one of the worst 3-point shooting teams in the nation, tied with Southeastern Louisiana at 296th with a 28.8 percent success rate behind the arc.

That ranking will be even worse after Penn’s performance against the Leopards.

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via City of Basketball Love

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