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BIG SHOTS
KELLI ANDERSON
December 05, 2011
Having an elite three-point shooter can spell the difference between making the Big Dance and a madness-free March. Here are the top six players to watch from behind the arc this season
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December 05, 2011

Big Shots

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Having an elite three-point shooter can spell the difference between making the Big Dance and a madness-free March. Here are the top six players to watch from behind the arc this season

ROBERT NYAKUNDI

SMU

48.5%

The top returning three-point shooter in the nation (49.7% in 2010--11), the senior forward has improved his overall field goal percentage to 52.5 (from 48.1 last season).

DORON LAMB

Kentucky

46.2%

Even on the most stacked team in the country, Lamb stands out: Through six games he leads the Wildcats in scoring (14.2 ppg) and perimeter shooting (hitting 12 of 26 treys).

MARCUS DENMON

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