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NEC26
03-01-2019, 02:42 PM
Just wanted to post a reminder here in the main forum for comments and updates. Mods feel free to move thread after game.

NEC26
03-01-2019, 02:45 PM
2-2 Ravet with a nice assist for the basket

NEC26
03-01-2019, 02:46 PM
Brewster has a distinct size advantage in this Game. Brewster with the early 9-2 lead.

NEC26
03-01-2019, 02:51 PM
11-6 brewster leads Ravet responsible for all of Kittitas points. If they are going to win he will have to be dominant. Brewster clearly has more overall team talent and size.

NEC26
03-01-2019, 02:55 PM
19-15 Brewster leads. Kittitas getting killed on the glass. Ravet responsible for 12 of 15 points

NEC26
03-01-2019, 03:00 PM
22-21 after first quarter. Ravet is taking over. Hitting deep threes and dishing dimes. Has 15 points and two assists. Real nice look for an easy layup to a teammate 2 seconds before half to take lead.

slickguser
03-01-2019, 03:00 PM
nice pass at the end of the quarter there by ravet. kit up 22-21 i believe.

mtzaga
03-01-2019, 03:00 PM
That was a heckuva pass by Ravet. Kittitas up 22-21.

NEC26
03-01-2019, 03:02 PM
Brewster is a really good team. Fun game to watch

NEC26
03-01-2019, 03:04 PM
30-26 Brewster

NEC26
03-01-2019, 03:04 PM
Ravet picks up silly foul and is out of the game

katman50
03-01-2019, 03:04 PM
Fun game. Ravet can pretty much score at will. That big post player for Brewster is a horse. Pretty much unstoppable.

NEC26
03-01-2019, 03:07 PM
4 minutes in half left Ravet reenters game.

NEC26
03-01-2019, 03:08 PM
32-32 Number 50 for Brewster is just destroying Kittitas down low. They have no one who can guard him.

NEC26
03-01-2019, 03:11 PM
36-35 Kittitas is up. This really is a fun game to watch. By far the two best teams I have watched in this tournament.

NEC26
03-01-2019, 03:13 PM
Ravet with another laser pass underneath. I have been impressed with his vision and passing.

slickguser
03-01-2019, 03:15 PM
Ravet with another laser pass underneath. I have been impressed with his vision and passing.

I am impressed his teammates are ready/knowing to catch the pass.

NEC26
03-01-2019, 03:17 PM
41-38 Kittitas at half. Ravet likes that step back three but hasn't connected with any consistency. One out of three I think. Missed a couple free throws as well.

Edit: I was wrong he hit two step back threes and missed at least two as well.

NEC26
03-01-2019, 03:18 PM
I am impressed his teammates are ready/knowing to catch the pass.

You can tell they have been playing together for a while. They are always cutting to the basket and finding an open spot underneath.

NEC26
03-01-2019, 03:31 PM
Ravet starts second half with assist, bucket, and a block. Showing a lot more effort on that end. 46-42 Kittitas

NEC26
03-01-2019, 03:35 PM
Kittitas starts pressuring full court. Brewster struggling with it and turning it over. 47-44 Kittitas

NEC26
03-01-2019, 03:37 PM
Brewster takes the lead 48-47 number 50 Ashworth taking over

NEC26
03-01-2019, 03:39 PM
Brewster up 51-47. Couple of drives by Ravet result in no score

NEC26
03-01-2019, 03:40 PM
Ravet hits three out of timeout 51-50

NEC26
03-01-2019, 03:41 PM
Ravet scores on drive. 52-51 Kittitas. Ravet picks up third foul

NEC26
03-01-2019, 03:45 PM
53-52 Brewster ahead at the end of third quarter.

NEC26
03-01-2019, 03:48 PM
Ravet ties game at 55 with step back three. 31 for Ravet

NEC26
03-01-2019, 03:49 PM
Ravet picks up 4th foul

NEC26
03-01-2019, 03:55 PM
63-60 Kittitas up. Kittitas trying to run on Brewster as 50 is not the fastest player on the court. Its been effective as they ahve gotten a couple quick buckets. Ravet with 33 points. 4:34 left to play

NEC26
03-01-2019, 03:56 PM
Ravet with ANOTHER step back three!

NEC26
03-01-2019, 03:57 PM
68-65 Kittitas man this is a fun game to watch!

NEC26
03-01-2019, 04:00 PM
68-67 Kittitas up but Brewster going to the line on a pretty weak call. Ashworth has 23 points and 14 rebounds. Ravet with 38 points but 4 fouls.

scrooner
03-01-2019, 04:00 PM
These updates are awesome.

NEC26
03-01-2019, 04:02 PM
These updates are awesome.

Oh good, I was wondering if I was wasting my time.

NEC26
03-01-2019, 04:02 PM
70-69 Kittitas

23dpg
03-01-2019, 04:02 PM
These updates are awesome.

+1

Score and time left?

Radbooks
03-01-2019, 04:02 PM
I'm loving the updates too!

NEC26
03-01-2019, 04:03 PM
71-72 1 minute left ravet with 40 and the shot to take the lead. 53 seconds left Brewster ball

SLOZag
03-01-2019, 04:03 PM
Currently watching from Yangon, Myanmar.

NEC26
03-01-2019, 04:05 PM
Ravet with the steal! 24 seconds left. 72-71

23dpg
03-01-2019, 04:06 PM
I am refreshing this page every 12 seconds!

NEC26
03-01-2019, 04:06 PM
74-71 brewster ball

NEC26
03-01-2019, 04:07 PM
Brewster fouled Kittitas hit two free throws. Brewster time out with the ball 24 seconds left, 74-71

NEC26
03-01-2019, 04:09 PM
Brewster turns it over. Kittitas headed to the line. 74-71

NEC26
03-01-2019, 04:09 PM
Misses free throw but gets his own rebound. Headed to the line again. 17 seconds left

jazzdelmar
03-01-2019, 04:11 PM
Link?

former1dog
03-01-2019, 04:11 PM
Misses free throw but gets his own rebound. Headed to the line again. 17 seconds left

Sorry, but whoís leading?

NEC26
03-01-2019, 04:11 PM
71- 75 brewtser ball

Zagceo
03-01-2019, 04:12 PM
Sorry, but who’s leading?

good question

23dpg
03-01-2019, 04:12 PM
Sorry, but who’s leading?

kittitas

NEC26
03-01-2019, 04:12 PM
75-71 Kittitas up 6 seconds left and headed to the line after grabbing rebound.

jazzdelmar
03-01-2019, 04:12 PM
Link!!!!!!

former1dog
03-01-2019, 04:12 PM
kittitas

Yay!

Thanks!

Radbooks
03-01-2019, 04:13 PM
Here is a link to all of the state basketball games scores:

https://scorebooklive.com/basketball/games?state=WA

NEC26
03-01-2019, 04:13 PM
77-71 Kittitas. That was a really fun game to watch! Kittitas headed to State B title game

scrooner
03-01-2019, 04:13 PM
https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/schools/kittitas-secondary-school-kittitas-wa

Looks like it's $10 a month, or you can get a free account and watch the game 3 days later.

NEC26
03-01-2019, 04:15 PM
Kittitas really struggled with the size of Brewster. I thought Kittitas coach made some great adjustments in the second half to speed up game and also full court press. The brewster guards looked flustered and had several turnovers.

scrooner
03-01-2019, 04:18 PM
I gotta say, the bracket for this is really stupid:

http://wiaa.com/ardisplay.aspx?ID=1809

Kittitas, the #1 seed, has to play the #2 seed first, then the winner of 6 vs 4 to get to the championship.

Saint George's, the #3 seed, plays the #5 seed first, then the winner of 7 vs 8 to get to the championship.

scrooner
03-01-2019, 04:20 PM
NEC26, thank you so much for the updates and analysis! My only suggestion for anyone doing updates like this would be to put our team's score first so that it's more clear.

NEC26
03-01-2019, 04:23 PM
NEC26, thank you so much for the updates and analysis! My only suggestion for anyone doing updates like this would be to put our team's score first so that it's more clear.

Yeah sorry, first time trying to do updates like that and watch the game(I went back and realized a couple were confusing). If I get to watch title game I'll do that.

MickMick
03-01-2019, 04:30 PM
That step back jumper is sweet. The kid has range out to 35 feet.

Don't know how his game translates, but there is no doubt he can score.

I wonder about his handles and speed at the next level.

KStyles
03-01-2019, 04:39 PM
I gotta say, the bracket for this is really stupid:

http://wiaa.com/ardisplay.aspx?ID=1809

Kittitas, the #1 seed, has to play the #2 seed first, then the winner of 6 vs 4 to get to the championship.

Saint George's, the #3 seed, plays the #5 seed first, then the winner of 7 vs 8 to get to the championship.

They seed based on RPI for the regional round and then maintain those seed numbers but are bracketed according to regional results (that's why the 2 and 7 are switched).

But yeah, I think 5-12 and 6-11 games would normally be swapped (3 awaiting the 6-11 winner and 4 awaiting the 5-12 winner). Not sure why those seeds are 'flipped' that way in this tournament.

thespywhozaggedme
03-01-2019, 05:12 PM
NEC Thanks for that man. I really appreciate it. I was getting excited reading it, It was like a suspense thriller novel and I was ready to turn the page or in this case scroll to the next page of the thread. Ravet is really exciting.

VanLith10
03-01-2019, 05:18 PM
Ravet is the real deal and will surprise those who do not believe IMO. I believe he will start and/or see significant minutes next year for GU.

If updates arenít posted for the Championship, I will post as the game goes.

GrizZAG
03-01-2019, 05:49 PM
I wonder about his handles and speed at the next level.

Is he poor, ok, good or just slow? More info please...thanks. Really an important part of a player IMO.

MickMick
03-01-2019, 06:12 PM
Is he poor, ok, good or just slow? More info please...thanks. Really an important part of a player IMO.

Just hard to tell with the level of players he was up against. Don't get me wrong. Brewster appears to have some ballers, scorers, especially their big guy, but the speed of the game was much slower than what I am accustomed to seeing at the college level.

I just don't have the scouting expertise to know how it all translates. No doubt about it though. Ravet has a scorer's mentality, is not afraid of big moments, and is deadly from range. His drives to the hoop seemed adequate at the high school level, but the defenders were able to regularly keep up with him. Better put, he wasn't blowing by people.

MDABE80
03-01-2019, 07:37 PM
He’s not a finished product. Let’s not not expect that he is. Lots of growth should be anticipated.

cggonzaga
03-01-2019, 11:29 PM
He’s not a finished product. Let’s not not expect that he is. Lots of growth should be anticipated.

This is actually what worries me the most. I’m not sure his game will get much better. That’s not to say it’s not currently good enough to play at GU. I hope I’m wrong because I like the kid and if he could crank it up another notch we’d have ourselves another diamond in the rough.

WallaWallaZag
03-02-2019, 12:12 AM
just how lacking in athleticism is ravet? ...is he the equal of say a kevin pangos? not in terms of game, but pure athleticism

MickMick
03-02-2019, 02:06 AM
just how lacking in athleticism is ravet? ...is he the equal of say a kevin pangos? not in terms of game, but pure athleticism

Pangos/Ravio are slimmer, quicker. Ravet has some girth like Bouldin. He seems like the type that could develop body control and finish strong. Get to the foul line a lot after making a bucket for an old fashioned 3 point play. He isn't going to dazzle with quickness though.

If I had to compare with any past GU players, it would be as a shorter Bouldin. Probably a better long range shooter at this point of their comparative age. I like the kid. I don't know if he will be play at Bouldin's level with respect to seeing the whole court immediately, but I think he could get there. Bouldin was like a quarterback throwing deep bombs in transition. He had a heck of a throwing arm and was accurate. An example of how foot speed isn't a requirement for a point guard to run a high octane offense. The tallish Bouldin did have the benefit of being an above average rebounder (for a guard) to start the break though. Ravet will definitaley not be isolating other guards at the post like how Bouldin was deployed.

Court vision. That is the part of Ravet's game that is an unknown to me.

There is no doubt that Ravet was the best player on the court. He also exudes a bit of confidence, swagger. A natural leader.

bigblahla
03-02-2019, 03:13 AM
Today was a much better game for Ravet, sees the floor really well....his passes were better today, he will be a very good facilitator... not much for hops though, takes his eyes off the basket at times on drives, no look passes are one thing, no look shots are dumb. As Doc pointed out yesterday has a herky jerky motion that effects defenders at his current level... "D" looks average at best at high school level... still haven't seen any lateral quickness on "D".... didn't see him push himself for any length of time... the game is easy for him but he only played hard in spurts... he will have to mature and get up to speed with how good the talent is in D1... at his level he's a special player... in D1 he will still have very good offensive skills but he will be facing better athletes in every game... like Mick said has a Captain Matt IQ on offense, if I was an opposing coach I'd attack him on defense.... he will have to learn not to foul against more athletic quicker competition, can see staying on the floor due to fouls as a potential issue until he learns and adjusts to the better quality of competition.... glad he's a Zag....

just my opinion...

Go!! Zags!!!

MickMick
03-02-2019, 03:17 AM
Earlier I used Bouldin as an example and that was probably not a very good comparison to use. Different players.

I'll tell you who Ravet reminds me the most of...…..Rotnei Clarke.

bigblahla
03-02-2019, 03:20 AM
Earlier I used Bouldin as an example and that was probably not a very good comparison to use. Different players.

I'll tell you who Ravet reminds me the most of...…..Rotnei Clarke.

The way he runs the offense reminds me of Capt. Matt... tempo changes, vision.... had already thought that before I read your post..

Go!! Zags!!!

raise the zag
03-02-2019, 05:11 AM
2nd coming of Gerry McNamara from Cuse imho.

Exact same size, fearless shooter, clutch, leader, yet lack lateral quickness, struggle vs bigger/longer guards, etc.

Gerry was 6'1", 175 lbs, averaged 30 ppg, 7 rpg, 6 apg as a senior in HS in PA.

McNamara scouting report:



STRENGTHS

A natural born winner, his clutch shooting and scoring made him a household name over the past four seasons. His shooting mechanics, quick release, deep range and the elevation he gets on his shot are all top notch, being able to knock down shots either with his feet set or off the dribble. From the free throw line, he shot an excellent 90%. As a passer, McNamara had a career high 6 assists per game. He is smart and unselfish, understanding how to utilize his teammates, particularly when passing on the move. His intangibles are superb and he’s learned how to make the most of his ability despite his seemingly average physical attributes, possessing great toughness and leadership ability.

WEAKNESSES

His size and overall bulk are below average, as is his overall athletic ability. McNamara noticeably lacks quickness and explosiveness, and already struggles creating his own shot against top notch defenders. This shows up on the other end of the floor as well, where his lack of lateral quickness could make him a liability.

Sound familiar?

Gerry became an offensive star for Cuse as a stocky 6'1" combo guard who had unlimited range and confidence, while hitting clutch and creative shots all over the court.

However, the Cuse zone was able to HIDE him on defense, as during NBA tryouts he couldn't keep anyone in front of him, a very slow defenfer.

Reborn
03-02-2019, 05:18 AM
From what I've seen, I'm thinking Blake Stepp. And I can hardly wait to see him play in a Zag uniform. Blake was not the fastest or quickest player on the court, but he had the court vision that we're talking about, and he could shoot and put that ball in the basket. I've been lookin for a Blake Stepp type of player for a long time.

Go Zags!!!

raise the zag
03-02-2019, 05:57 AM
From what I've seen, I'm thinking Blake Stepp. And I can hardly wait to see him play in a Zag uniform. Blake was not the fastest or quickest player on the court, but he had the court vision that we're talking about, and he could shoot and put that ball in the basket. I've been lookin for a Blake Stepp type of player for a long time.

Go Zags!!!

I can appreciate the comparison, yet Blake has nearly 5" & 25lbs on Brock.

Blake was a legit 6'5". Brock is barely scratching the surface at 6'1".

Stepp used his raw strength to get in lanes and finish under the hoop.

Brock is nifty yet can't plow through defenders like Blake could.

Hope they share the same vision and full court alley oop passing ability. Blake used his height and handles to see all passing "lanes" on the court as well.

katman50
03-02-2019, 06:16 AM
Just watched again the Kittitas game, where Ravet scored 40 pts, 7-14 from 3 and 16-32 fgs. Ravet reminds me of a young Dan Dikau. I watched Dan when he played in high school decades ago. They have the same demeanor bringing the ball up court and great court vision. Ravet is so shifty in his dribble. Very hard to guard. An above poster says he isn't that good taking it to the rack. I totally disagree. He can darn near score at well, taking it to the rack. Undoubtedly it's going to be a challenge against D-1 players and big men in the paint. But he has the moves. Ravet's motor never stops running. Aside from his shooting, his court vision is impeccable. Laser passes for a "little fellow." Most times his teammates aren't ready for them. Am excited to see his passing at the next level. Folks, I'm just glad he is going to be a Zag. I am his biggest apologist. We shall see.

On another note, I watched the Gonzaga Prep-Federal Way game, which Gonzaga won. It was Gonzaga bound Anton Watson against the All American, 6-10 Jaden McDaniels. Watson had 10 pts, 12 rb and 4 assists. He didn't have to do much in the scoring category, as Tommy Lloyds son, Liam scored 21 points. A very deadly shooter from distance. It woudn't surprise me if he was at least a walk-on at Gonzaga or gets some offers from some smaller D-1 schools. That kid is a player.

All in all some good high school basketball. Kittitas has a final tonight against St George, the only team to beat them the first of the season. Should be a great one. Gonzaga Prep plays Mount Si, a tough team who has a 6-6 point guard who will play at the next level.

Birddog
03-02-2019, 06:50 AM
I've read most of this thread and some comments seem off to me. Do they still play 8 min quarters is WA HS BB? If so scoring 70+ points strikes me as amazing . Sounds like neither team played much defense.

katman50
03-02-2019, 07:22 AM
Washington still has 8 minute quarters. Only 8 states in high school BB have a shot clock in effect. Washington is one of them. A high school BB score in the 70's is somewhat unusual, but not rare. Most scores are in the 50's or low 60's. The Kittitas game was an up tempo game. And the boys were making their shots as well as a very good FT %. Strangely enough, states without a shot clock, roughly average the same winning and losing scores.

States With Shot Clock
Average winning and losing scores
California (59.4 - 42.7)
Massachusetts (56.0 - 42.3)
New York (58.7 - 42.8)
North Dakota (60.7 - 45.1)
Rhode Island (57.0 - 43.0)
South Dakota (58.2 - 41.5)
Washington (59.4 - 43.1)

thespywhozaggedme
03-02-2019, 07:40 AM
[QUOTE=MickMick;1437651]Earlier I used Bouldin as an example and that was probably not a very good comparison to use. Different players.

I'll tell you who Ravet reminds me the most of...Ö..Rotnei Clarke.[/QUOTE
Rotnei Clarke was a 5í11 sg though. He didnít really have any true point guard skills other than his size. Ravet seems to be an actual point guard, with his vision, ball handling and passing.

thespywhozaggedme
03-02-2019, 07:41 AM
2nd coming of Gerry McNamara from Cuse imho.

Exact same size, fearless shooter, clutch, leader, yet lack lateral quickness, struggle vs bigger/longer guards, etc.

Gerry was 6'1", 175 lbs, averaged 30 ppg, 7 rpg, 6 apg as a senior in HS in PA.

McNamara scouting report:



Sound familiar?

Gerry became an offensive star for Cuse as a stocky 6'1" combo guard who had unlimited range and confidence, while hitting clutch and creative shots all over the court.

However, the Cuse zone was able to HIDE him on defense, as during NBA tryouts he couldn't keep anyone in front of him, a very slow defenfer.

But I never saw McNamara as a true point guard either. Ravet seems like a real point guard, not a combo guard.

IowaSERE
03-02-2019, 08:00 AM
Seems to me like he is not asked by his coach (dad) to play much def and to use his energy on the offensive end. Think dad might have wanted his son to be the all time point scorer? He was on the court to score. If he exerts the same amount of energy in 10-15 min a game next year, he will be fine. He isn't being asked to put the team on his shoulders.

bigblahla
03-02-2019, 08:25 AM
Just watched again the Kittitas game, where Ravet scored 40 pts, 7-14 from 3 and 16-32 fgs. Ravet reminds me of a young Dan Dikau. I watched Dan when he played in high school decades ago. They have the same demeanor bringing the ball up court and great court vision. Ravet is so shifty in his dribble. Very hard to guard. An above poster says he isn't that good taking it to the rack. I totally disagree. He can darn near score at well, taking it to the rack. Undoubtedly it's going to be a challenge against D-1 players and big men in the paint. But he has the moves. Ravet's motor never stops running. Aside from his shooting, his court vision is impeccable. Laser passes for a "little fellow." Most times his teammates aren't ready for them. Am excited to see his passing at the next level. Folks, I'm just glad he is going to be a Zag. I am his biggest apologist. We shall see.

On another note, I watched the Gonzaga Prep-Federal Way game, which Gonzaga won. It was Gonzaga bound Anton Watson against the All American, 6-10 Jaden McDaniels. Watson had 10 pts, 12 rb and 4 assists. He didn't have to do much in the scoring category, as Tommy Lloyds son, Liam scored 21 points. A very deadly shooter from distance. It woudn't surprise me if he was at least a walk-on at Gonzaga or gets some offers from some smaller D-1 schools. That kid is a player.

All in all some good high school basketball. Kittitas has a final tonight against St George, the only team to beat them the first of the season. Should be a great one. Gonzaga Prep plays Mount Si, a tough team who has a 6-6 point guard who will play at the next level.

If you were referring to my post here is what I said. "takes his eyes off the basket at times on drives, no look passes are one thing, no look shots are dumb." didn't say he had a hard time getting to the rack... I'll stand by my post... if not me... then carry on...

Go!! Zags!!!

GuZag2012
03-02-2019, 08:35 AM
Iím certainly not wanting to compare him to an NBA Hall of Famer, but how does his game compare to John Stocktons out of high school if anyone from this board is aware or saw him play back then. When you look at their size they are almost identical as 247 lists Ravet at 6í1 and 174 lbs and a quick google search listed Stockton as 6í1 175 lbs during his playing days.


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ZAG 4 LIFE
03-02-2019, 09:46 AM
[QUOTE=GuZag2012;1437705]I’m certainly not wanting to compare him to an NBA Hall of Famer, but how does his game compare to John Stocktons out of high school if anyone from this board is aware or saw him play back then. When you look at their size they are almost identical as 247 lists Ravet at 6’1 and 174 lbs and a quick google search listed Stockton as 6’1 175 lbs during his playing days.


I was lucky enough to coach Stockton his senior year at GU... I only saw John play a couple of times in high school...
I've now watched Ravet, on TV twice... plus tons of highlights.

The obvious difference between Brock and John is quickness... John was lightning quick... literally NO ONE could
stay in front of him. Ravet does not have that gift... however remember... when you shoot it as well as Brock does from
very deep... defenders have to honor that, and must play him pretty tight out to 30 feet... which in effect, makes him
a step quicker than he really is. Brock is appears to be a better perimeter shooter than John at the high school level.
Both John and Brock have the gift of amazing court vision. Both guys can thread the needle and zip laser-like passes to
teammates through very tight windows. Brock will find that the elite players he will play with at Gonzaga will catch those
passes and finish better than average high school players do... which is exactly what happened when John started playing
with college players at GU. John is by far the better defender, really no comparison, in part because of John's 5-star quickness,
both laterally and straight ahead.

As many on this board have stated... the ability to defend at at least an adequate level will be necessary if Mr. Ravet wants
to play meaningful minutes next year as a freshman, and beyond. Nothing causes defenses more problems than allowing
dribble penetration, as it causes everyone else to hedge, or help, or scramble... and a steady diet of that will not be ideal.
Ravet will NEVER be Stockton... those hall of fame level players do not grow on trees. HOWEVER... I am very partial to gym rats,
and I am NEVER surprised when gym rats like Stockton and Ravet improve year after year... because they outwork everyone else.

I hope Brock spends a lot of time in Spokane this summer playing against the high level D1 guys in the program now, and working
hard on his individual, team and especially his on-ball defense. Becoming serviceable on the defensive end of the floor is critical.

sittingon50
03-02-2019, 10:08 AM
Thanks for your thoughts, Coach.

katman50
03-02-2019, 10:11 AM
That pretty much says it. Thanks, Coach.

23dpg
03-02-2019, 11:25 AM
Is the championship game online tonight?

katman50
03-02-2019, 11:57 AM
Is the championship game online tonight?

Yes it's on at 9PM, Pacific time. Some folks are able to get it on cable, but I subscribed to the below. Only about 10 bucks a month and you can cancel anytime. Good value for high school games. Also Craig Ehlo should be doing the commentary. Good stuff!

https://www.nfhsnetwork.com

Mantua
03-02-2019, 12:03 PM
Is the championship game online tonight?

Link to all Washington High School Tournament Brackets:

http://www.wiaa.com/ardisplay.aspx?ID=1661

All the championships are played tonight. There is too much basketball for Spokanites to watch in on one evening. Kittitas meets St. Georgeís for the second year in a row. Both teams played very talented opponents in tough semifinals.

The 2B Final is broadcast at 9pm on SWX while 4A Final Gonzaga Prep v Mount Si is broadcast at 9pm on ROOT.

maynard g krebs
03-02-2019, 01:24 PM
Just watched again the Kittitas game, where Ravet scored 40 pts, 7-14 from 3 and 16-32 fgs. Ravet reminds me of a young Dan Dikau. I watched Dan when he played in high school decades ago. They have the same demeanor bringing the ball up court and great court vision. Ravet is so shifty in his dribble. Very hard to guard. An above poster says he isn't that good taking it to the rack. I totally disagree. He can darn near score at well, taking it to the rack. Undoubtedly it's going to be a challenge against D-1 players and big men in the paint. But he has the moves. Ravet's motor never stops running. Aside from his shooting, his court vision is impeccable. Laser passes for a "little fellow." Most times his teammates aren't ready for them. Am excited to see his passing at the next level. Folks, I'm just glad he is going to be a Zag. I am his biggest apologist. We shall see.

Best post on the topic imo. Thanks. I didn't see Dan in HS but saw all his home games in person at UW and agree.

maynard g krebs
03-02-2019, 01:30 PM
Seems to me like he is not asked by his coach (dad) to play much def and to use his energy on the offensive end. Think dad might have wanted his son to be the all time point scorer? He was on the court to score.

No. He scores a lot because he needs to, being far superior to every other player in class B. He is always looking to set up his teammates whenever possible, as his double digit assist avg attests. I saw their game on MLK day in Kent; that's the second best coached hs team I've seen this year behind G Prep. Ravet's dad coaches to win, not for personal point totals. IMO to suggest that is off target, and I'll leave it at that.

katman50
03-02-2019, 01:35 PM
If you were referring to my post here is what I said. "takes his eyes off the basket at times on drives, no look passes are one thing, no look shots are dumb." didn't say he had a hard time getting to the rack... I'll stand by my post... if not me... then carry on...

Go!! Zags!!!

Fair enough. Didn't intend to single you out.

NEC26
03-02-2019, 08:39 PM
Ravet has had a few bad passes early in the title game. Trying to pass in too tight of windows.

VanLith10
03-02-2019, 08:41 PM
17-14 end of 1. Ravet with 8 points

NEC26
03-02-2019, 08:42 PM
Ravet sure can shoot. Man alive.

NEC26
03-02-2019, 08:47 PM
28-26 Kittitas up

NEC26
03-02-2019, 08:48 PM
Nice feed for the assist by Ravet. 30-28 Kittitas up

VanLith10
03-02-2019, 08:48 PM
30-28 with 3:25 left in the half. Ravet with 11

NEC26
03-02-2019, 08:53 PM
Kittitas is really hot from three. Not just Ra vet but the whole team. 9-16 from three. Up 41-32 49 seconds till hslftime.

NEC26
03-02-2019, 08:55 PM
Another great pass by Ravet for an easy layup.

NEC26
03-02-2019, 08:56 PM
Halftime Kittitas up 43-32. Ravet had some early turnovers but has looked much better since. Whole team is hitting threes.

NEC26
03-02-2019, 09:01 PM
Ravet with 11 points and 7 assists at half.

NEC26
03-02-2019, 09:10 PM
Ravet starting second half with Ill advised passes.
Edit and then a nice assist.

NEC26
03-02-2019, 09:13 PM
51-32 Kittitas up. Ravet hitting three after three.

NEC26
03-02-2019, 09:14 PM
WOW! Ravet hits another from 30 feet out.

NEC26
03-02-2019, 09:15 PM
56-35 Kittitas pulling away. 4: 23 3rd quarter

NEC26
03-02-2019, 09:24 PM
60-37 Kittitas up 1:04 left in third quarter.

NEC26
03-02-2019, 09:42 PM
76-48 Kittitas up with 1:22 left. Ravet with 27 points 10 assists and 9 rebounds.

NEC26
03-02-2019, 09:45 PM
Not much drama in title game. Kittitas wins 79-51.

LMUZAG
03-03-2019, 06:02 AM
Really appreciate the updates, thank you.


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