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EricTheeRed wrote:8. What was more impressive... Berggren's massive slam or Brust showing he can dunk in the half court? I'll take Brust.
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TheNewRed wrote: Cannot believe you totally miss the lead story of this game: Traevon Jackson's emergence as the PG. Silly. Your silliest to date IMO.
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EricTheeRed wrote:4. I thought the first 27-28 minutes of the game is about as well as we can play offensively. Then once we got up 10 we looked about the same as we did against Virginia. I totally understand controlling pace when you're up double figures against the #2 team in the country, but we got totally out of balance. I think it was key that we at least kept the lead and forced them to continue to extend, which lead to some free throw attempts.6. With under 4 minutes left in the game, Dekker needs to be out there. He didn't always make the best decisions tonight, but he's fearless and he's a shot maker. We didn't run great offense there, but we got it done.
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potguy wrote: I think Mike has brought leadership and intensity to the team when they were really in need. Jackson has really elevated his game. They look like a good team now. Earlier in the season they were 5 good players, not a good team.
FireMarshalBill wrote: Lots of great individual defensively plays tonight. Kept them in front and frustrated them. Jackson looks like a better defender every game.
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ETR you might have your boys on here that think your insight makes their day, but I am not one of them. If you have never played basketball then just shut up. How you could come out with a critiquing style on any player is incredible:1) Frank Kaminsky was a key kid tonight, and with him unable to play, Bergeren's 3 fouls made the rebounding matchup with Zeller a challenge. Kaminsky played great, and did vs. Illinois Saturday as well. You making his defense an issue is laughable. He deserves a big pat on the back not your impression of him being a bad defensive player. 2) The team. There is not a Badger that walked on that floor tonight that didn't make me proud of how they played. Tremendous "team win". Indiana's defense can make an offense look like it is standing around.3) Bo and his assistants. You could tell by our defense is that this team "had a plan" on how they were going to defend Indiana. Bo mentioned it after the game. What a tremendous job they all did in preparing this team.4) Substitution flow. I feel (to the coach's credit) that this team is getting better and that the players are now each starting to feel more comfortable with their roles. I think that maturation process is evident on this team. Travon J. and Marshall both look more comfortable and thus confident. Brust looked more in control, Dekker is just a "sweet player" that looks less worried about making a mistake. I like him with the ball. Evans being on the court tonight with little time left bothered you from free throw part, but we needed him for rebounding also. He does a great job of holding his position and rebounding. The team is better at this juncture of the season because they are more comfortable with their role, and that brings more confidence. That is coaching. ETR talks like winning at Indiana was nice, but nothing he didn't expect. I have listened/watched games a long time and winning at Indiana almost never happened let alone winning 5 straight times there AND beating them 11 straight games. That might be a top 10 item I think?!5) Bruizer's seems to really be "wanting it", playing very hard, and not on ground as much. His confidence is better each game. Those 3 seniors were key tonight. 6) It is so fun to watch a team "grow" in it's team chemistry. So fun to watch kids "not be intimidated" playing in perhaps one of the toughest venue's in college basketball. So fun to see them "not fold" under all that pressure. So proud of Badger basketball.7) Tre Jackson's lazy passes bother me also, but the kid is a 1st year D I basketball player, that is growing in leaps and bounds. I liked Marshall more at the point myself, BUT..........Bo Ryan and staff saw something that makes them play him. It works and the kid deserves a ton of compliments. 8) Instead of focusing on the dunks of anyone, (and I liked all of them), I am more impressed with the way Wisconsin gets on the floor for any loose ball, holds it's position in rebounding, and takes away what teams like to do. They made Jordan Halls look slow tonight. 9) I had a problem with Evans getting popped and Frank getting poked in the eye. We need those guys, and I don't look at injuries forcing a player to the sideline. Evans getting popped sounded like a good thing to you?! And then you question Bo for putting him back in. ETR, you know better than Bo what should be done right? You are a frickin idiot! Self promoting, quick to criticize others, frequently revert to making others comments stupid, but YOU JUST KNOW BETTER! You sound like a writer not a former athlete. 10) Their athletes ('on paper' you know!) should be able to get any shot they wanted (assumption that they have better athletes). Well basketball is a "team game". Bo and his teams prove that and have for as long as he has been at Wisconsin. Your observations are sometimes very good, but after a game like this, your 10 things acted like we lost! I don't think you ever played the game honestly. You sound like a writer not a player. So much postive to write about, but you just had to make sure we didn't get too excited!That's enough. Just tired of ETR always making his comments like they are something golden for all of us to listen to.
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MUnertl wrote: Even if they do drop some games down the line that they shouldn't, this one victory looms large on selection Sunday.
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DBadger wrote: 5) Bruizer's seems to really be "wanting it", playing very hard, and not on ground as much. His confidence is better each game. Those 3 seniors were key tonight.
5) Bruizer's seems to really be "wanting it", playing very hard, and not on ground as much. His confidence is better each game. Those 3 seniors were key tonight.
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