Mike Woodson wanted to emphasize how much he trusts his team’s ability to make three-point shots after a 35.3% shooting performance from beyond the arc.

Indiana ended up beating Little Rock 87-68 despite its poor three-point shooting performance.

The Hoosiers made 6 of 17 attempted three pointers. Miller Kopp (3-for-6), Xavier Johnson (1-for-1), and Jordan Geronimo (1-for-2) had the best three-point shooting percentages on the team in the win.

While Indiana did not shoot its best from long range, Woodson is still feeling good about his team’s ability to do so.

“Everybody on our team now, I feel good about, when they shoot the ball from the 3-point line, it’s got a chance to go in.”

Indiana may need to make more three-pointers in order to beat some of the better teams in the B1G this season. One thing to watch against Jackson State (Nov. 25) and North Carolina (Nov. 30) is the team three-point percentage.

Indiana faces Jackson State next on Friday at 12:30 p.m. ET on BTN.