Jolly Good Fellow
The OP graphic from the "Shot Quality" site ranks us 1st in the ACC in offensive shot quality and 14th in the nation for overall shot quality (off & def). It includes all games this season. And to your point above, I believe I read that it factors in individual shooting skills/stats in its determination of what qualifies as a quality shot. Also, it includes a separate column for Rim & 3 Rate (i.e. not mid-range or long 2s) which shows that GT is at 70%, which also ranks 1st in the ACC.In thinking about this more, I suspect these charts classify good shots/bad shots independent of the shooter. In an earlier chart posted by this Twitter account Moses was in a quadrant of “should shoot more 3 pointers”.
So part of it might be we have lineups whose range doesn’t extend to the 3 point line, and part of it might be settling for longer 2s instead of driving closer or passing out to the perimeter for what is considered a better shot.
Those "Shot Quality" stats/rankings seem to indicate that we are running offenses/sets that get us great shots and the players are executing the offenses/sets well.