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    Looks like team is playing half speed and careless.....maybe 2 injuries in practice have something to do with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by U Zig, I Zag View Post
    Tourney nemesis will be a decent athletic team that plays zone.
    speaking of, what happened to US playing zone? Or full-court press?

    Remember in OOC play how successful our zone was? And Tillie & J3 on the press?

    Haven't seen it at all in WCC play.

    Maybe this deserves its own thread?

    I have to assume we'll need it come Tourney time?

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    Karno has great creativity.

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    just got here...what's up?

    nice d from JP getting over the top of the screen to force the to

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    JM 0-3 from beyond......gotta keep shooting.....I guess

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    There is a lot of walking going on.

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    looks like USF playing zone, and on O playing 5 out forcing all to guard the perimeter and pull the rim protectors away from the rim. what ISU did

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    Silas has to kill this zone

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    Now that Silas is playing with confidence and hitting his shots, arguably our best guard right now.

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    Silas playing so good lately. That last foul is one that wasn't.

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    when Silas makes his first shot he's even more awesome typically especially offensively

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    Quote Originally Posted by bballbeachbum View Post
    just got here...what's up?

    nice d from JP getting over the top of the screen to force the to
    Zags are struggling. . .USF shooting 50%, 4/9 from three. . .slow start for the good guys, I guess.


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    This is a disaster. We need manor second half adjustments. USF was going decent in zone. We need to pick up our intensity on defense. This sucks
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zagceo View Post
    JM 0-3 from beyond......gotta keep shooting.....I guess
    Its in his head you can tell. He actually passed up the best look he had from 3, which worries me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by raise the zag View Post
    speaking of, what happened to US playing zone? Or full-court press?

    Remember in OOC play how successful our zone was? And Tillie & J3 on the press?

    Haven't seen it at all in WCC play.

    Maybe this deserves its own thread?

    I have to assume we'll need it come Tourney time?
    Us Zone? Not sure that's our forte. Seem to be ok m2m most the time. The press? Yah - all the time as far as I am concerned.

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    Fans not looking us either.... KC seems less loud. Very dull IMO but I can only see what I hear on TV
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    Quote Originally Posted by bballbeachbum View Post
    when Silas makes his first shot he's even more awesome typically especially offensively
    this.

    when Silas makes his 1st shot, watch out!

    You can tell how much of an effect Nigel's injury vs LMU is causing him…

    Last 2 games, he's been out of it.

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    Collins triple-teamed and commits a TO. He's a stubborn one. . .tried to go to the rim and there was no room


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    not exactly what ISU did, USF got that pick man diving hard then sliding back to the high post

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    Quote Originally Posted by RenoZag View Post
    Collins triple-teamed and commits a TO. He's a stubborn one. . .tried to go to the rim and there was no room
    maybe the biggest kink in the armor, Karno has gotten so much better at that

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    I suspect Coach Few may have some words for the boys at half time .

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    Stop settling for threes
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    Dons hanging tough. Karno and NWG doing work, bench is contributing, need something from Mathews and Williams, goose eggs for both.

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    Quote Originally Posted by seacatfan View Post
    Dons hanging tough. Karno and NWG doing work, bench is contributing, need something from Mathews and Williams, goose eggs for both.
    Collins was sluggish too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by whatazag View Post
    Now that Silas is playing with confidence and hitting his shots, arguably our best guard right now.
    and our healthiest.

    props to Silas, yet NWG has been hurting last week and a half.

    Ankle really nagging him, and neck is minor but still sore.

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