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The Lakers needed 3-point shooting, and the X-Factor for the upcoming season is revealed

By James Brown

The Los Angeles Lakers have suffering from their 3-point shooting efficacy, and one of the new signings is set to end it for good

The Los Angeles Lakers have suffering from their 3-point shooting efficacy, and one of the new signings is set to end it for good

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One of the biggest problems the Lakers have had in recent years has been the 3-point shooting efficacy, as a peculiar phenomenon happens to the team, as soon as a sharp shooter signs with LA, his shooting performance takes a dip, an offseason signing is set to end that trend for good.

Taurean Prince is one of the Lakers' new faces for the 2023-24 season who has been shooting consistently and has set a personal goal of increasing his productivity on his 3-point shooting with LA.

Prince is a sniper, as he has shot in 2022-23: 38.1% on 3.6 attempts 2021-22: 37.6% on 3.3 attempts 2020-21: 40.0% on 3.8 attempts 2019-20: 33.9% on 6.7 attempts 2018-19: 39.0% on 5.7 attempts 2017-18: 38.5% on 5.6 attempts 2016-17: 32.4% on 1.7 attempts.

Taurean averaged 10.2 PPG and shot 37.2% from 3 in his career. Fans are already imagining how effective he could be playing next to LeBron, D’Lo, Gabe, and Austin. This is the Lakers X-Factor for the season!

What the fans are worried about Taurean Prince

The Lakers Nation is worried about the trend of shooters losing their aim as soon as they sign with the team. But Prince is set to put to rest that "cursed" for good.


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