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    enCYCLONEpedia: The Anatomy of a "Good Shot"

    Hey guys, this is a topic I've wanted to go in depth on for quite a while and finally got all of it put together. There's been plenty of talk about ISU's shot selection this year and specifically for a two players.

    I dive into it a little bit while continuing to keep in mind that it is a very subjective label. I'd like to hear any comments or additional thoughts to go along with or contradict everything that I discussed.

    enCYCLONEpedia: The Anatomy of a “Good Shot” | Cyclone Fanatic

    In reality, Iowa State has doen pretty well on the offensive end this year but there is still plenty of room for improvement with improved decisions.




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    Re: enCYCLONEpedia: The Anatomy of a "Good Shot"

    A "Good Shot"

    =

    Any shot taken by Fred Hoiberg



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