For nearly a year, it seemed, Melo Trimble’s 3-point shot was a sometimes thing, here one night and gone for a week or two.
There was the hamstring injury last season that limited his mobility and eventually messed with his mechanics as well as his head.
A month into his junior season -- two weeks before the start of the Big Ten schedule -- the 3-point shot returned Monday night for the 6-3 point guard and so did the Trimble of old.
Trimble, who barely looked at the basket in Saturday’s unimpressive 10-point win over Saint Peter’s, didn’t force any shots in Maryland’s 92-66 win over Jacksonville State at Xfinity Center.
He also rarely missed.
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