Arkansas Basketball: 3 storylines to follow in Hogs match-up vs Hofstra

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Can the Razorbacks shore up their three-point shooting?

Just as Hofstra is shooting the ball really well from beyond the arc, the Hogs can’t seem to consistently knock down the three ball.

Arkansas has just two players shooting better than 28% from three this season (that play at least six minutes per game or more).

Chris Lykes (31.1%) and Davonte Davis (34.8%) are the only players that have been able to knock down shots on a somewhat consistent basis this season.

With a week off in between games, hopefully the Hogs have had time to settle down, work on their shots and focus on the last few remaining non-conference games.

If the Hogs can’t find their shot, it’s going to be a very dark winter for this Arkansas Basketball team once conference play begins.

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The Arkansas Razorbacks vs Hofstra Pride will tip off 7 PM CT Dec. 18. The game will not be televised or streamed.