Shooter who shot 56.9% of 3-pointers diagnosed with autism

NBA former Tony Snell revealed in a recent interview that he has been diagnosed with autism. 

Snell was drafted by Chicago with the 20th overall pick in the 2013 draft. Since then, he has been active in Chicago, Milwaukee, Detroit, Atlanta, Portland, and New Orleans메이저사이트, and has been on the NBA stage for nine years. 

Snell was far from glamorous, but was called by many teams as a solid 3&D resource. In 601 career games, he averaged 6.1 points and 2.3 rebounds. 

Snell recently said he was diagnosed with autism. Snell’s son was recently diagnosed with autism, and he himself was tested, and the same diagnosis came out. 

Snell is known for his quiet style, not showing his emotions out loud during his matches. He mentioned that he had not been able to get along well with people since he was young, but with this diagnosis, the life he had been leading became more understandable and clearer. He also mentioned that he would become a role model for his son and overcome this well. 

In the 2020-21 season, when he was a member of Atlanta, Snell showed off his excellent shooting ability by making 1.3 3-pointers per game with a 56.9% chance. His career 3-point shooting percentage is also very respectable at 39.4%. However, in the 2022-23 season, Snell could not find a new team and his NBA career was suspended.  


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