For years, everyone has yelled at LeBron James to post up more. Players that possess his size have no business standing out on the perimeter, jacking up jump shots.
He has finally changed his game and is shooting from the paint much more often. The result has been LeBron playing some of the greatest basketball that the league has ever seen.
This goes to show that where a player shoots from can often be almost as important as how well they actually shoot. So to advance that conversation and illustrate where some of the league's biggest stars have been attempting their shots from, here is an array of shot-location charts from 10 of the NBA's biggest names.
(All shot-location data and shot charts courtesy of NBA.com/Stats. Green denotes that a player has shot above the league average in a location whereas red denotes below-average numbers and yellow represents average.)