If you are shooting 50% from three point range, is it warranted to be going crazy and shooting a high number?
I am asking for a valuation here.
For example, in baseball, if you aren't stealing second base at least 75% of the time successfully, then you need to stop stealing because you are creating a negative run value. But as long as you are over 75% then you are creating a positive run value and you should be stealing every chance you think you can possibly make it.
Obviously open three's, three's in transition, three's when you have team mates under the goal, plays that create a pick-n-roll so you are open for a three all matter. I'm not asking for three's with a man in your face.
But at what percentage does it become worth it to set a lot of plays for a shooter to get as many looks as possible at open three's in a game?