"When I get open shots, it's because of how [my teammates] set me up, the kind if picks they set, how they penetrate and find me," said Koehn, who finished with 12 points on 4-for-6 shooting from behind the arc. "It's my job. I gotta knock those down, and it's a situation where I would feel horrible if I didn't."
"I've really tried to work on my handle," Koehn said. "I worked on that a lot in the offseason this year so I can become more versatile and not just be a catch-and-shoot player. I'm able to penetrate a little bit more, but I have a long ways to go."