I didn't mean to be taken literally, no two players have the same distribution of shots if you dig deep into the types.
I guess a more accurate statement would be "they take the same types of shots, but distributed differently".
So it appears, based on your stats, that Trae takes more if the harder type of 3s than curry. That's fair to point as an advantage for Trae, but I would also point that using this season instead of his career is probably not ideal - with only 15 games, the sample size is too small. It's natural to expect him to improve given his age, but we'll see how it holds over the season.
Ultimately, my initial comment was to point that young looks the part in games where his shots are falling, but in many games that doesn't happen. Regardless of what types of shots you take, 32% is not an ideal percentage from 3.
It's not that he takes more of the tough shots. It's that he gets almost zero of the easier shots that make up most of Steph's attempts. and that was true last season as well as this one.
And he's at 35% this year. Considering the aforementioned shot distribution that's actually pretty impressive. He shot 32% as a rookie. It's probably even less smart to expect a player to be stuck at their rookie effectiveness than to jump to conclusions on a 15 game sample.
I agree 100% that even 35% is not the ideal percentage from three. But he's playing 1 on 5 out there, so such is life. The Hawks suck, is basically the entire story there.