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uofwmadison wrote: ETR-I told you I would come on here so here I am. I agree with you on Ryan Evans, isn't it funny that his go to shot is a fake jab step, pump fake, then line drive it up from 19 feet. He is athletic enough to find another shot, but his ball handling is suspect. what hurt us in the second half was Izzo's adjustment to not double Berggren, that allowed everyone to stay on their own man. Berg needs to step up and beat his man at least a few times to command that double. I wish Bo would run an offensive set to get Brust open. I disagree with Your dekker statement, he was a non factor yesterday he basically caught the ball 30 feet from the basket then passed it right away.
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3. Regarding the last play, I thought George was wise to take what the defense gave him. In my ideal world we shoot for the win, but they had Brust locked down and George saw some daylight. That’s a move that he has to make and he got the shot up. That being said, I had zero confidence that he would make the free throws. Regarding the attempted second miss… I swear that 80% of “trying to miss” free throws never hit the rim and end up being a turnover. Just tell him to shoot the shot normal and assume he’ll miss. And if he makes it, so be it. 8. Anderson didn’t look totally out of place, but he’s just too slow and indecisive. His defense only involves one “effort” per trip. For instance, if he tries to block a shot; he’s not going to be able to go back and get the rebound. If he leaves his man, he’s not ever going to go back. He’s really still a project. The fact that he played confirms what a debacle the Z-Bo experiment was the other night. We need those 10-12 minutes of Frank desperately.
8. Anderson didn’t look totally out of place, but he’s just too slow and indecisive. His defense only involves one “effort” per trip. For instance, if he tries to block a shot; he’s not going to be able to go back and get the rebound. If he leaves his man, he’s not ever going to go back. He’s really still a project. The fact that he played confirms what a debacle the Z-Bo experiment was the other night. We need those 10-12 minutes of Frank desperately.
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Would a shock collar help on Evans this late in his career? He goes to do something, zap him? Square up behind the 3 point line, ZAP! Ball fake 1 foot from the basket, ZAP!
Would that be cruel and inhumane?
Posted: 1/23/2013 12:41 PM
give MSU credit they won at CHA and the KC.This one stings.
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SaMOKEY wrote: MSU came at us again with that same Nix/Appling ball screen off the wing that killed us last year. We improved leaps and bounds defending that play last night (even with Nix moving on his screens....shocker I know). I'm guessing that is the reason GM and TJack were fighting over the screen rather than switching like we usually do.Did anyone notice after Dekker's charge in the 1st half, ESPN showed him walking back up the floor in front of Berggren. You could see Berggren saying something to him, and Dekker shouted back "I KNOW" without turning around. He seems extremely frustrated and I'm not sure sniping back at a senior is good for the team.
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Shampoo4U wrote: I said this before and was blown off-- but Dekker is playing the same role as TimmyJ. Stand around and pass the ball "if" you get it. Both had the "talent" in high school, Dekker more ao, but both seem to have lost it in the Bo style of playing. There, said it again.
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Buckyfan433 wrote:I'll take my chances with an 80% FT shooter at the line as opposed to hoisting up a three pointer especially with the way we've shot the ball the last couple of games.
I'll take my chances with an 80% FT shooter at the line as opposed to hoisting up a three pointer especially with the way we've shot the ball the last couple of games.
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