Overall, White was an inefficient scorer with a 46.1 true shooting percentage. However, he was a high-volume and efficient 3-point shooter during college and in the G League, and he did the same during his rookie NBA season. More than a quarter of White’s shot attempts were 3’s, and he made 36.7 percent of them (18-for-49).
As expected because of his background and role with the Hawks, White operated mostly a catch-and-shoot player in the half court: 45 of his 73 field-goal attempts came after no dribbles, according to NBA tracking stats, and another 16 were in transition. White didn’t draw many fouls and rarely got to the rim.