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One almost strictly a spot-up outside shooter, Kyle Wiltjer has worked hard to change his game so that he is as effective scoring near the rim as when he's firing from far away. This isn't something that just happens naturally, especially when you're a 6'10" forward.
Now a senior, Wiltjer is showing his versatility on a nightly basis. Gonzaga is lacking in guard play like it had last season, when he was able to focus mostly on being an inside presence, and as a result he's taking a career-high 5.7 three-pointers per game...and making a solid 43.7 percent of those shots.
But Wiltjer is also filling the void left by the injury to center Przemek Karnowski, resulting in him taking more than 10 two-point shots per game. And he's making 52.2 percent from inside the arc, resulting in an overall shooting percentage of 49.1 percent.
Lastly, Wiltjer is drawing more contact than ever before, comfortable with the rigors of being a big man in the paint. This has led to him shooting a career-best 87.2 percent from the line, helping him score 22.4 points per game, ranking him 10th in the country.
All statistics courtesy of Sports-Reference.com, unless otherwise noted.
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