With the regular season over, we can now have some fun with the statistics in front of us. Here's one I always liked: those dudes hanging out in the perimeter having up nothing but three-point shots. With a minimum of 100 field goals attempted, here are the MAC leaders in highest ratio of 3-point baskets attempted to 2-pointers:
|Jesse Berry||Ball State||116||68||1.71|
|Randy Davis||Ball State||106||67||1.58|
|Randal Holt||Kent State||151||107||1.41|
I knew the answer before asking the question, but Freeman wins this game. In fact, his two-point shooting is horrid: of those 39 attempts, he's made just 13 (33.3%). It's all the OHIO senior knows. I can't help but wonder why his free throw attempts don't always sail over the backboard. I don't know what Wright is compensating for — maybe all those minutes lost on the Michigan bench — but his 3-point shooting overall isn't great (34.9%). Still ... it's Toledo, and he's taking them!