Norris just isn't a good shooter. He's average. His career 3-point percentage is 34 percent. That's not knock-down. It's not good. It's very average. Plus look at how he shoots FTs. 65 percent for his career. Guys that are good to great shooters are usually at a minimum
in the high 70s, low 80s on FTs.
He rebounds ok for the size he brings to the game, and he's useful in certain defensive scenarios. Here's the reality - next year he is probably, as a senior, going to go from a two-year starter to a reserve and play as few minutes as he has since his freshman season. It's not his fault, that's where our talent is now and where it's headed.
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