Kentucky’s PJ Washington has almost doubled his three-point shooting percentage from a year ago, turning his hard work in the gym into a 43.9% shooting percentage in his sophomore season, after a 23.8 percent clip as a freshman. Improving his three-point shot was one of Washington’s points of emphasis in coming back to school to improve his game, rather than taking a shot at the NBA draft last summer. And it has more than paid off.
In the last month (seven games), Washington hit 15 of his 30 three-point tries. Overall, his season average is among the best single seasons in the history of Kentucky basketball. If his current percentage remains the same, Washington’s sophomore year would rank 10th among the all-time best three-point shooting seasons for players with a minimum of 50 attempts.
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His shot has only gotten better as the season goes on, so who knows, maybe he jumps a few more and makes his way further up the list.
However it all ends, it’s wild for him to even be mentioned among those names.