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So far this season, Channing Frye has been a tale of two sides of the ball. Offensively, he has been putrid and was shooting 4-of-23 from three-point land before his solid play in yesterday's game. Defensively, Frye has really worked on rebounding the ball and is much more committed to playing solid defense.
Frye is averaging 6.8 points, 7.6 rebounds, 89 percent shooting from the free-throw line, 30 percent shooting from deep and 35 percent shooting from the field. There's no question that Channing is struggling shooting the ball and the only way to solve those problems is to keep on shooting.
Frye took a huge step in the right direction with his game last night, in which he hit four three pointers and scored 16 points. The next step in adding consistency to his stroke, not just catching lightning in a bottle every couple games. The Suns are a completely different team when he's hitting his shots.