Absolutely, and it’s what saved us last night offensively. But it puts a lot of pressure on the team overall when the starting 1-3 guys go 7-31 (1-7 3pt,) and 4-7 FT (including those last 2). Also, Simpson, Rahk, and Matthews are providing a lot of other value – defense, rebound, valuing the ball, etc. Our defensive kenpom improved after last night, I believe. And Matthews passing has taken a real step up, as has that of Simpson. But they’re inconsistent shooters (as well as finishers/playmakers), especially as a group, compared to what we’re used to there.