Fans like to harp on percentage. Mostly because it's the one thing that goes on during a game that we can look at and think we might be able to do better than the players. So it's frustrating when guys who have ability we can't hold a candle to can't make a simple 15 foot set shot. But is it really that big of a deal? Here are the Top 25 teams in the AP this week, along with where they rank nationally on FT%: AP RankTeamFT%FT% Rank1.Arizona.672t2372.Syracuse.687t1913.Ohio State.684t2024.Wisconsin.737t505.Michigan State.705t1406.Oklahoma State.715t1157.Duke.718t978.Wichita State.738t479.Baylor.667t25610.Oregon.7611511.Villanova.716t10112.Florida.66626013.Iowa State.700t15414.Louisville.653t29015.Kentucky.665t26116.Kansas.680t21517.Connecticut.764t1018.Memphis.656t28119.North Carolina.624t32820.Colorado.720t8721.San Diego State.641t30822.Iowa.720t8723.Massachusetts.680t21524.Gonzaga.71112125.Missouri.715t106 Not that it's going to make much of a difference, but CU is the 5th best team among the Top 25 in FT%. More importantly, our primary ball handler who goes to the line in endgame situations is about a 90% guy.