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theDOC
04-02-2012, 01:46 AM
there's a discussion in one of the team forums, so I want to hear a larger pool of opinion, if some of you wouldn't mind.

what is your stance on fastbreak three point shooters; can they be effective?

..and do you consider Jason Terry one of the best three point shooters of all time; not greatest, but one of the best. (6th all time in makes; 38% career three point percentage)

Chronz
04-02-2012, 01:52 AM
Don't like them, think they give players a reason to settle. Not sure of their efficiency, someone should check them out on synergy

ThuglifeJ
04-02-2012, 02:08 AM
Fastbreak 3s are good in 2k.

Not in real life. Which is y terry is a chucker versus all time great 3 pt shooter

AWC713
04-02-2012, 02:09 AM
depends on the player. only okay with guys like chauncey or ray ray doing it

Raph12
04-02-2012, 02:11 AM
I would imagine that you'd shoot it better on the fastbreak vs in the half-court set, but attacking the basket in transition would probably be more effective than settling for a 3-ball.

Trace
04-02-2012, 02:19 AM
They're great for momentum when taken in the "flow of the game". Not sure if they're more effective than 3's in a half-court setting and I'm sure this will vary among players based on their shooting style/form.

Eg714
04-02-2012, 02:26 AM
Hate them. Better to get a high percentage shot on a fast break.

Matrix3132
04-02-2012, 02:44 AM
As others said, depends who is taking it. You'd probably rather have a guy lke novak shooting a three than trying to make a fast break lay-up....

asandhu23
04-02-2012, 02:50 AM
We Believe Warriors team used them very well.

the_antz_nest
04-02-2012, 04:36 AM
depends on the team playing and the shooter who takes it. and up and down team with a decent shooter gets time to set as a 2nd break option thats ok. never like them after a long (24sec) hard fought out play on defence doesn't help the team in anyway, takes there rest period away.

kdspurman
04-02-2012, 09:44 AM
I don't always like it. Chauncey Billups seemed to always be pretty successful with it. It's one of those things where you're like "wtf are you doing!!" Then it goes in and your like "this guy is awesome!" I'm ok with certain guys from my team doing it.

I wouldn't like a guy like say.. Oh I don't know. Andrew Bynum taking a 3 like that.

CubbieBlueprint
04-02-2012, 10:03 AM
I'm happy with Kyle Korver chucking them up............





When he makes them.

MrfadeawayJB
04-02-2012, 10:09 AM
Like others said it depends on the guy shooting him and the point in the game. I look at it like "if your going to take that shot, you better make it"

airforceones25
04-02-2012, 10:19 AM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NxjuJ8rDwmY

When it works it creates an added excitement like a big dunk per say. Sometimes that alone is worth more than the value of the basket.

the_antz_nest
04-02-2012, 10:28 AM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NxjuJ8rDwmY

When it works it creates an added excitement like a big dunk per say. Sometimes that alone is worth more than the value of the basket.

This is a great example. The second shot is in my opinion a good shot. Deep turnover from westbrook. leads to a 4on 3 "2nd break" could they have gotten a lay-up, for sure but quick ball movement they get a shot that teams design a whole offense to get. 3rd one by mo is abit much tho. he made it so he's lucky i guess. otherwise terrible shot..

Knicks21
04-02-2012, 10:30 AM
steve novak would rather shoot a 3 then a layup. to be honest i have never seen the man attempt a layup in game ever.

ChiSox219
04-15-2012, 05:46 PM
raw data for transition threes:



Team 3PM 3PA 3P%
ATL 63 167 37.72%
BOS 58 133 43.61%
CHA 30 95 31.58%
CHI 57 150 38.00%
CLE 49 135 36.30%
DAL 60 199 30.15%
DET 26 74 35.14%
GSW 90 216 41.67%
HOU 49 144 34.03%
IND 33 108 30.56%
LAC 64 159 40.25%
LAL 31 101 30.69%
MEM 21 76 27.63%
MIA 52 144 36.11%
MIL 56 144 38.89%
MIN 61 156 39.10%
NJN 66 187 35.29%
NOR 31 78 39.74%
NYK 59 162 36.42%
OKC 48 136 35.29%
ORL 92 203 45.32%
PHI 38 126 30.16%
PHO 44 126 34.92%
POR 48 132 36.36%
SAC 65 176 36.93%
SAS 60 145 41.38%
TOR 29 86 33.72%
UTH 22 69 31.88%
WAS 71 200 35.50%
total 1473 4027 36.58%