This is an interesting article over on STR. According to the writer, Babygiraffe, the Kings shot the 3 point shot at a better percentage after the Boogie trade. STR has this article: https://www.sactownroyalty.com/2017/8/18/16119652/sacramento-kings-free-agency-shooting One of the writers comments is: "DeMarcus Cousins, Anthony Tolliver, Rudy Gay, Matt Barnes, Darren Collison, Ben McLemore, Arron Afflalo, Tyreke Evans, Omri Casspi, and Langston Galloway all departed in either the Cousins trade, were cut, or were allowed to walk in free agency, and the Front Office did little to replace those shooters this summer, especially from the front court positions." Of the players mentioned only Tolliver, Collison, McLemore, Afflalo, Evans and Galloway played significant minutes after the trade. The question becomes can the addition of Hill, Bogdan, Jackson and Mason Make up the difference in the long ball shooting? Malachi should play and contribute with the long ball which did not happen last season. Can Fox and Skal hit some 3's? So how do you think this seasons Kings will do from the 3 point line?