As a rookie Myles Jones led all players who attempted 10 or more 2-point shots. Albeit over a small sample size, the Duke product buried 4-for-13 (30.8%) from beyond the arc.

All four of Jones’ 2-point goals were assisted. More specifically, all four were assisted by lefties.Joe Walters (now in New York) and Brendan Mundorf each set up Jones for two 2-bombs.

Jones has historically played well off left-handed linemates — look at what he did with Deemer Class at Duke. He shot 5-for-13 (38.5%) on passes from left-handed teammates in his first MLL season, compared to only 0-for-4 when fed by righties. Precious seconds are saved when Jones is facing the feeder, and when it allows him to get this much time and room, he burns defenses.

In his second season as a pro, Jones’ 2-point attempts should increase. The threat of the 2-ball could open up looks for Mundorf and Jay Carlson on the interior. Opponents can’t collapse the crease when Jones is above the arc, but taking a help defender out of the slide package to respect an outsider shooter can lead to easy goals for others.