Rotowire: Aug 13 / 8:51a ET
News: Carter-Williams has spent the offseason working on his outside shot, Jamieson Welsh of Believe the Hype reports.
Impact: This should come as no surprise. Over his two-year career, the point guard claims a 40-percent field-goal mark and 25 percent accuracy from behind the three-point line. His free-throw shooting vastly improved once he became a Buck, leaping from 68 percent in 111 games with the Sixers to 78 percent post-trade-deadline. Carter-Williams' development heading into his sophomore season was stymied by right shoulder surgery and attempting 3.0 three-pointers per game. With a full offseason to develop his touch, he may not convert a league-worst 29 percent of his mid-range jumpers this season. Based on the video, it appears Carter-Williams' simplified shooting motion is much more fluid and repetitious. Under coach Kidd, Carter-Williams barely attempted one three-pointer per game, instead focusing on posting up and converting in the paint. One offseason won't fix his weakness, but it should provide a solid foundation for Carter-Williams' career and improve his stock in rotisserie leagues.