The chucker moniker? Out of the 55 players who scored at least 17 ppg last season, only D'Angelo Russell and 5 others did so with worse efficiency. Extend this down to 15 ppg+, and Donovan Mitchell is still just 73rd out of 84 Players. Last season DM did a great job of improving 3 point %, going from 34% to a reasonable 36.2% on high volume but his overall efficiency still dipped slightly. He takes nearly a quarter of his field goals in the 3-10 foot range and shot poorly there, just 34%. This is because Donovan hasn't figured out how to draw and play through contact well enough to get to the free throw line at an All Star's clip. He gets stuck in no mans midrange land and all too often finds himself throwing up an offbalance prayer. Working to get better at getting his defender stuck on his back might help draw more shooting fouls in this area, but it's probably his floater that needs the most work. He always seems to be forcing it hard as opposed to the effortless looking motion Harden uses. It's a floater, not a ball on a frozen rope.