Shamet says scoring 31 points doesn’t make much sense without winning the game
The 2022-2023 NBA regular season continues. The Suns lost 110-113 to the Wizards at home. In this game, Suns player Landry Shamet performed well. He played 35 minutes and 23 seconds, made 10 of 21 shots, 9 of 16 three-pointers, 2 of 2 free throws, 31 points, 2 rebounds and 5 Assists, including 31 points and 9 three-pointers in the game, both of which are Shamet’s personal career scoring highs. After the game, Shamet talked about his career-high 31 points in an interview with the media. Shamet said that the Suns did not win the game, so the significance of his 31 points is not very great.
Shamet said: “I just played my aggressiveness on the court and tried to make changes in the way I chose the shooting position. Honestly, my teammates kept finding me in the open position in the game, and I hit those shots and it still didn’t give the Suns a win, so my 31 points didn’t mean much.”
So far this season, Shamet has played a total of 23 games on behalf of the Suns, including one start, averaging 18.2 minutes per game, scoring 8.2 points, 1.1 rebounds, 1.8 assists and 0.7 steals, shooting 39.2% from the field and 3-pointers from the field. 39.3%.