By now, I'm supposed to have written a very long and well-researched article about the effects of a team losing it's best player (e.g. Harangody at Notre Dame). I haven't yet, due to a hectic schedule. Hopefully over the weekend.Instead, you'll get a dump article, which is a lot easier for me to crank out. Yes, it's time again for: Georgetown shot selection and lineup efficiencies.As last time, these stats are for all games from the Washington win forward. This is because of the natural break in the schedule between easy opponents (excluding the Temple game) and better competition. I'm not able to include the Butler game since no play-by-play was available.First up, shot selection:Player Dunks Layups 2pt J's 3FGA FTA Freeman, Austin 6 /7 70/93 20/63 45/93 61/75. 0.753 0.317 0.484 0.813...

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