In his one year at the University of Kentucky, Devin Booker was a 3-point marksman, knocking down 41 percent of his shots from behind the arc as he helped the Wildcats advance to the Final Four in 2015. As a rookie with the Phoenix Suns last season, Booker saw his 3-point accuracy drop severely, bottoming out at 34 percent as the Suns struggled through a year of inexperience and rebuilding.
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Year two of Booker’s career looks to be off to a better start. During the first week of the Suns’ training camp, the sophomore showed off his renewed shooting touch from deep, draining 19 straight 3-pointers from the right corner in less than a minute (59 seconds to be exact). It’s clear that Booker has put in some major work on his touch from behind the 3-point line during the off-season, and video clips like this should make Suns fans incredibly excited to watch Booker make a huge leap in his second season.