July 13, 2012
Myers hoping to piece offensive game together
For a long stretch in the second half of the season, Coron Williams was not Robert Morris' most dangerous outside shooter.
As Williams dealt with increased pressure from opposing defenses, he was supplanted by another guard as the team's most accurate three-point shooter. And it was a guard who was putting up stats no one expected.
Anthony Myers was miserable from 3-point range as a freshman, making just 24.3 percent of his shots. He was the classic penetrating point guard, with easily the best handle on the team and vision rivaling that of starting point guard Velton Jones. But Myers lit it up from beyond the arc as a sophomore, knocking down 40.7 percent of his 3-pointers while taking 49 more shots.
Myers averaged 6.2 points per game, and though he was happy with his improvements, he wants to do more.
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