Thursday April 25th, 2013

This past season, freshman Nic Stauskas provided a resounding answer to initial questions about Michigan's perimeter shooting capabilities. The Mississauga, Ontario, native made 44 percent of his 180 three-point attempts this season, including his 6-for-6 tour de force in the South regional final against Florida.

Now, just a couple weeks after the national title game loss to Louisville, Stauskas is back home and shooting ... even when the weather is not totally agreeable. In a nice northern drizzle, Stauskas (behind the old 19-foot, 9-inch arc) knocks down 70 of 76 threes, including opening the drill with 46 consecutive makes.

Yes, 46. In a row. In the rain. Forget the pictoral footage of it, the sound is the most mesmerizing part. Catch, splash, ball on court, pass, catch, splash .... repeat ad nauseum. Or at least until he somehow misses three in a row right near the end.

Here's the proof:

(h/t @umhoops)

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