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Best-case/Worst-case in the Big 12

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Posted: 7/24/2012 7:23 PM

Best-case/Worst-case in the Big 12 


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Posted: 7/27/2012 7:13 PM

RE: Best-case/Worst-case in the Big 12 


Its hard to read for Sooner fans.
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Posted: 7/28/2012 9:31 AM

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i'm expecting more this year than what that aritcles author offers as a best case.  I think Lon's getting a deeper more athletic team put together and in this time of college basketball you don't have to have a group together for a long time learning a system, it's nice when it happens but with all the freshmen going to the NBA, the transfers that happen everywhere you see all the time dramatic improvement from one year to the next.

the starting core of this group played pretty good last year, but there was no depth they wore down in games and then towards the end of the season they lost a step, I feel like even though they are freshmen the guard spot will be deeper this year, if the forwards can rebound and play defense against some of the bigger guys in the conference then.... I know ... I know.... crimson glasses on...... but I think could improve to being a bubble team, I know i'd be happy if they are at least in the talk going down the stretch.  tired of the end of the season meaning nothing ready to get excited about basketball in Feb and March again.
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Posted: 7/28/2012 7:26 PM

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Having three good freshman guards should really help down the stretch, as most freshman who play a lot during their freshman years, tend to wilt down the stretch. Having three guys, and hopefully all three getting playing time, should have us much stronger come conference tournament time.
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