Class of 2019 CG Joe Girard III (NY) SIGNED WITH SYRACUSE

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Is there anywhere I can find his 3-point shooting percentage (field goals attempted, field goals made) for all his games this year and perhaps last year too?
 

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42%
Thanks. I was looking for each game's stats but this works too.

I don't think he shot it that well in the playoffs but 42% for the season is excellent especially considering he was the focal point of the other team's defense.
 

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Thanks. I was looking for each game's stats but this works too.

I don't think he shot it that well in the playoffs but 42% for the season is excellent especially considering he was the focal point of the other team's defense.
Hey, so i kind of fudge that number. My apologies. Here are the most comprehensice stats i could find.

Joseph Girard III's High School Basketball Stats

Let me see if i can answer your question more precisely.
 

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688 3-pointers is a lot for a high school career, not too far away from the 755 2-pointers he had. One thing that's undeniable, he's a great free throw shooter - 88% for the career.
 

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I was very skeptical of him when he picked Cuse (thought it was better to hold the ship and go after Symir Torrence) but after what he did in football/basketball this season i'm totally in. Guy has the special will to win. The program needs that.
 

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Thanks. I was looking for each game's stats but this works too.

I don't think he shot it that well in the playoffs but 42% for the season is excellent especially considering he was the focal point of the other team's defense.
Teams were playing triangle and 2 on him in the playoffs. He’ll get more open looks next year than he’s had in forever
 

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Teams were playing triangle and 2 on him in the playoffs. He’ll get more open looks next year than he’s had in forever
Judging by the 2018 Nike EYBL stats I would guess that he was not getting the open looks he got at the HS level. I doubt he was doubled at that level. He shot .37% from 3 on 109 attempts,

Having said that, I do think one of his big time strengths is creating space to get his shot off.
 

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Judging by the 2018 Nike EYBL stats I would guess that he was not getting the open looks he got at the HS level. I doubt he was doubled at that level. He shot .37% from 3 on 109 attempts,

Having said that, I do think one of his big time strengths is creating space to get his shot off.
He also has very deep range. I thought Guy had range, but Girard can probably go 5-7 feet farther out. He also has a better handle than Guy.
 

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Judging by the 2018 Nike EYBL stats I would guess that he was not getting the open looks he got at the HS level. I doubt he was doubled at that level. He shot .37% from 3 on 109 attempts,

Having said that, I do think one of his big time strengths is creating space to get his shot off.
37% vs a big step up in class of defender is a very good sign, imo
 

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37% vs a big step up in class of defender is a very good sign, imo
yeah, I agree moqui. and he shot 45% from 3 the previous year for the Rocks (Buddy was at 47% that same year).

I hope that JoeG will have similar percentages to Freshman Buddy. The thing is JoeG has deeper range and is much better at creating space. I'm not sure he will get the same kind of minutes his freshman season.
 

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