Improved perimeter shooting could take TCU offense to next level

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Damion Baugh, Mike Miles Jr., and Emanuel Miller attend the Big 12 Basketball Tipoff in Kansas City, Mo. (Ryan Weaver Photography/Ryan Weaver).


By Jamie Plunkett
Frogs Today staff writer


KANSAS CITY, Mo. TCU men’s basketball is entering the 2022-23 season with higher expectations and more anticipation than any season in recent memory.

The Frogs have the Big 12 Preseason Player of the Year, Mike Miles Jr., are ranked No. 14 in the Associated Press preseason poll, and have been picked to finish fourth in the Big 12.

It has been a quick turnaround for the Frogs, who brought eight transfers into the program last season before making a run to the NCAA Tournament.

The 2021-22 version of the Horned Frogs were built on tough defense and elite rebounding, and while that is expected to continue this season with all five starters returning, along with key players off the bench, there’s an area the team is working to improve ahead of the campaign.

Three-point shooting.

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