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  1. 13 points
    Hey guys! Just wanted to let everyone know that I've created a new website called UBcourtside.com . Before and after each game, I'll be posting detailed game previews and recaps, among other things. Also, if you're interested, follow @ubcourtside on twitter! I'm going to do some ticket giveaways for women's and men's games, give out interesting stats about the team I come across, and give updates as I scout our upcoming opponents. I just joined this forum and I plan to be very active on here as well! I'm not affiliated with the university at all, just a season ticket holder and a rabid college basketball fan. Go Bulls!
  2. 12 points
    Folks, I have gotten to know this young man over the last 2 years as my wife and I have mentored him during his 2 years in Juco. He is a much better person today than hew was 2 years ago. He has grown up a lot and is ready to be a leader. You will get a ferocious competitor and one who will absolutely make everyone around him better. He is a pass first guard but make no mistake, when Chipola needed him to score he could get to the basket at will. Also understand that he was playing in the best Juco conference in America against really good talent. You guys are gonna love Malik. Cant wait to make my first trip to Buffalo for his first home game in November! Congratulations to Malik and Buffalo!
  3. 11 points
    Another small error, they accidentally said we would finish in 2nd and then 3rd. Can’t believe they misspelled 1st two separate times.
  4. 8 points
    I’ll tell my future children about the day Davonta Jordan went 4/4 from the FT line
  5. 8 points
    When a recruit correctly spells the name of the school offering him.
  6. 7 points
    So I am a graduate of the University of Florida. some of you may recall the point guard for the 06/07 National Championship teams named Taurean Green. Malik's game is very similar. He is always in control but if defenders don' respect him then he will score again and again. he has a fantastic mid range jumper. I am telling you in preseason practice this past year before he hurt his knee (minor injury that has completely healed) he had taken his offensive game to another level. In fact in a preseason tournament in Dallas he was clearly one of the best payers there. It is a shame he lost the year to a freak accident (damn you pork and beans) because we were so excited to see what he was going to become. good news for Buffalo though is because of that freak accident he now has 3 years to shine! Look forward to sharing the next 3 years with you all! Go Bulls and Go Gators!
  7. 7 points
    2 crystal balls for UB on 247 if that means anything
  8. 7 points
    UB has reached at least 20 wins for the 5th time in 6 years. Hopefully we can appreciate how far we’ve come over the past decade. To get here after losing 5 seniors and the head coach is no small feat. Coming out of Cleveland with the bid would be icing on the cake but it’s been a fun season even with the speed bumps. Horns up 🤟🏽
  9. 7 points
    I get nervous every time I see an update in here lol
  10. 7 points
    We have all given Grant a lot of grief this year, but he came up huge at the end of the game.
  11. 7 points
    People point out positives and negatives throughout the ebbs and flows of games (and seasons). It's a forum, people are going to disagree... and that's fine. There's no reason for it to always turn into a "who is the right kind of fan" discussion here...
  12. 7 points
    I'll throw in some commentary here. I'm not a basketball Xs and Os guy and won't pretend to be. Whether Whitesell is "the future", I don't know. I certainly don't think we had any idea of the successes of either Hurley or Oats halfway through their first seasons at UB. For the rest of this post, I'm going to use PORPAGATU! as my metric comparing players - not because it's perfect but because it Torvik's calculations are transparent and the info can be compared year-over-year. It is clear to me through 14 games that all 4 of UB's returning "core" (Graves, Jordan, Williams, Segu) have taken major steps forward. All four are performing considerably better than years past using these metrics. Graves in particular is a top ~200 player in the nation on this metric and would've been far and away the 2nd best player on last year's team with these ratings, while playing more minutes than anyone on last year's team. They're putting a lot on his back right now. Jordan's production this year approximates Harris' from last year (2.7 vs. Harris' 2.8). Segu and Williams are playing at a level that would've firmly put them in the starting lineup in the Hurley/early Oats days. To my untrained eye, the improvements that all 4 have shown demonstrate good coaching, and players buying into Whitesell and his staff. The issue is that you can't replace 5 strong seniors so easily. UB was incredibly deep last year. No one expects these guys to step right in and fill in for the departed seniors, but I think we all - myself included - failed to realize just how much UB was losing (or, to put it differently, how massive of an immediate and unrealistic step-up the returning players would need to take to replace them). Massinburg was the #22 player in the country last year by this metric. The year before that, CJ, Harris, and Clark all scored in the 3.8 - 4.5 range; as well as Graves is playing right now, UB had 3 players playing at or above that level in 2017-18. You've got 2 ways to pick up the pieces - with the previous transfers becoming eligible, and through recruiting. Clearly, any time you have coaching turnover, the program is dealt a blow in terms of recruiting; I find it difficult to put that on the coaches. It's clear they've landed a gem in Mballa, who - as crazy as it may sound - has nearly replaced Perkins (2.6 vs. Perkins' 2.7; Perkins had a 3.0 in 2017-18). They may have another gem in Hardnett, who is already outpacing Perkins' freshman metrics and even Justin Moss' soph metrics (his first year at UB). Gallion and Skogman are both unknown commodities, hopefully they both turn out. The future is bright here, as these players continue to improve. With the returning transfers, Johnson was a 2.3 player in 17-18 at MTSU - that's a solid rating that would put him ahead of a guy like Caruthers from last year. This year, he's playing at a 1.0. He's been consistent game-over-game, and does not turn the ball over, but a simple review of these metrics shows a regression from his junior year at MTSU. Grant, on the other hand, hasn't regressed but hasn't markedly improved since his time at Houston (0.2 this year vs. 0.4 at Houston). Is this coaching? Maybe. Or maybe it's guys still shaking the rust off after not having played for a full year. Maybe it's a scheme fit issue. Maybe it's something else. Or maybe we, the fans, simply had unrealistic expectations. I do know that I see significant improvement in UB's young players, and there are a lot of bright spots on this team. Torvik projects UB to go 8-10 in MAC play. I'd be disappointed in that, but I wouldn't be jumping ship. There are enough pieces in place here to have another special season next year or the year after. We'll know by then if Whitesell is the guy. Otherwise we're all just grasping at straws here.
  13. 7 points
    I'm not sure that I completely agree with that statement, as it sounds quite dismissive of Nate's basketball mind. Nate & Jim worked extremely well as a unit, along with Jamie & Bryan. They each had their roles and they were excellent together within them. Yes, Jim has superb basketball brains, but Nate does as well. His biggest obstacle at a school like Alabama (or any other "big" school) is going to get the players to buy in to his unselfish system and play for each other, much as UB has done over the past several years. Many of these high profile players have egos, talkers in their ears telling them how good they are and how they need to get theirs, etc. If the talented players buy in to what Nate sells, they will be phenomenal sooner than later. If not, it will be a struggle both individually and as a team for them in my opinion.
  14. 7 points
    Is this your way of saying that it is difficult for news to get to Olean?
  15. 6 points
    HUGE GET. Great job by the coaches
  16. 6 points
    Ha. Eat a bag of dicks Kent.
  17. 6 points
    You mean the chance to win 12 free medium pizzas isn't enough of a draw to come to the game?
  18. 6 points
    After being at the game and coming home to read what was written, you'd think we lost by 20. Some of you have such little faith in the players, coaches and team as a whole. Some of you critique the hell out of the coaching decisions and condemn the players relentlessly so frequently. From being at the game, I saw a lot of effort from every player at all times. Were there defensive breakdowns over 40 minutes? Absolutely. Were there bad shots taken? Yes, but fewer than some of the earlier games this season. Did UB take care of the ball? Most definitely. Did UB turn the other team over often, transitioning into instant offense? Yep. Did the officials over-officiate, causing chaos to the normal rotation in the first half? Yes, it was foul city out there, and inconsistently done. You'd have no idea this team has won 4 straight league games, with the last two in double figures and now face a Kent State team that has lost 3 straight, including a loss to NIU at home, one of which UB was flamed for big time on this board. It's hard to win games in this league. I know that some people have come to expect to win every night after last year's performance, but come on, winning isn't easy and these teams are relatively close in talent, at least to the point where any team can win on a given night, even if some teams are invariably more likely to win versus others. Overall, this team's energy has been much more positive, both on the floor and on the bench. The hanging heads are not shown outwardly. The support for each other appears better. The ball movement and extra pass that we've come to know and love was seen this evening, and I can't say that I've seen it much prior to tonight this season. The defense to offense that we've been able to enjoy in the past few years was also seen tonight. Hopefully this team has turned a corner and can continue to build upon these last 4 wins. All I know is that this team does have talent and is absolutely capable of winning the MAC. Are they a lock to do so? Nope, but they definitely have the roster to do it, and at a much better rate than the other MAC teams.
  19. 6 points
    I think any expectations that this team would be as good as last years was wishful thinking at best, so I don't think it's reasonable or useful to compare production loss from last years' team to this years team. We don't need to be last years team beating MAC opponents 15 points a night to win the MAC. The talent level on this roster is good enough to be the best in the MAC - I mean look around the league: would you really want to swap out our roster for any other roster? As for CJ and Perk being ready immediately, as freshmen when UB won the MAC with Nate Oats for the first time Perk contributed 7.6 PPG and 4.3 RPG on 19.1 MPG; CJ was 11.3 points and 4.1 rebounds in 25 minutes. Both excellent contributions but not dissimilar from Williams and Segu this year - sure they're doing it a year later than Perk and CJ but that's comparing 2 of the best players in UB history. Hell you could even argue Mballa as a sophomore is ahead of where Perk was as a sophomore. As a team in 15-16 we averaged 77.6 points, 39.1 rebounds, 12.7 assists, 6.9 steals, 3.6 blocks, and 13.7 turnovers on 43.8% shooting (33.7% from deep). This year we are at 77.9 points, 41.2 rebounds, 16.4 assists, 8.7 steals, 4.4 blocks, 14.1 turnovers on 44.3% shooting (33.4% from deep). Pretty on pace to match that years squad for better or worse. What I don't recall about that years squad was their defensive intensity, something this year seems to sorely be lacking. We have players contributing very similarly to how they contributed in 15-16. We stole a championship that year - it was Akron's to lose and it may be again this year. 15-16 wasn't about having enough bodies to make clutch shots down the stretch, it was about THE clutch shot that Hamilton made to win it all. To achieve what Oats did that year all we really have to do is get hot at the right time. We were sitting at 9-8 in MAC play and 2 games over .500 overall in March of that year and I don't think the MAC as a whole was any better that year than this. It just feels different because of some really dud games against teams we know we should be better than and the fact that we just don't know how this season will end yet.
  20. 6 points
    No kid is worthless. I want to see Nickleberry because he’s got another year here. It’s hard to believe that the roster that so recently was touted as the most athletically gifted MAC team, is now viewed as a squad of duds.
  21. 6 points
    I've heard this type of talk so much, sorry to reply to you about it...but. Is all we care about making the NCAA tournament now? Because what we're going to win the National Championship or something?? Can we lose every game, win the MAC tourny and it's all good? I'm so tired of this warped attitude that success is only based on how far we get postseason. I sure as hell hope that attitude hasn't infected the team and they think these games don't matter. I don't think it has, but if so why even watch these games then? See you in Cleveland eh? Stringing together high quality seasons, showing pride game in game out, is what this program should be about. Defending Alumni and putting a hurting on every team that walks in the door. Following our players because they're interesting kids who we hope will grow and eventually succeed. Next up is a three game set for local bragging rights. Are we the dominant program in WNY that we all think we are? Time to focus on the now and forget about Cleveland.
  22. 6 points
    Anyone see Texas Tech beat the #1 ranked team Louisville tonight? So you know what that means...If DePaul beat Texas Tech and Buffalo beat DePaul, then Buffalo is better than Texas Tech which beat the #1 team in the nation. Basically UB has a case to be the #1 team in the nation.
  23. 6 points
    Graves just retweeted someone saying “the grass aint always greener on the other side” ☠️
  24. 5 points
    lol lets not pretend that these are on the same level.
  25. 5 points
    Zion seems to like it
  26. 5 points
  27. 5 points
    I think players just enjoy the love/attention that they get from fans when they post things like this.
  28. 5 points
    Overall this roster is in good shape for next year. Which reiterates my position that Whitesell has some runway. Aka a win now window. Mballa - Was great. Simple said. Beast on the boards. The more he rebounded the more it led to us winning. Going forward would love to see him improve his free throws. And develop a few low post moves. I want to see him in more screen and role. Wlilliams - Made a big time jump from year 1 to 2. Now I want to see more. I want to see him continue to improve his outside shot and work on his right hand dribble. The combination will make him deadly bc defenders wouldn’t be able to sit on his left or play off him. And work on his defense. With his length he could be a better defender. Graves - Graves was Graves this year. We learned who he isn’t. He isn’t Batman. But he’s still a scorer and a leader. Maybe not a vocal one but still will be our senior leader. The more he can refine his all around game the better. Segu - Started off strong and closed out strong. Struggled in the middle. He is likely to be the starting PG and will have big shoes to fill. So we need him to take a big time leap. He needs to get better defensively and if he can refine his pull up game he will be deadly bc of his dribble skills. But more importantly he’s gotta be ready to be our floor general. Gallion - Was an after thought until the final weeks of the season. But he surely impressed. Wasn’t afraid to shoot and could shoot. Maybe just maybe we have a future diamond in the rough. Maybe he can be that vocal floor presence and outside scorer. Hope he makes a solid leap like Williams and Segu did. I wanna see him guard and rebound also. When we win our guards contribute in all stat categories. Hardnett - Started off slow. Was played out of position. But then found his niche before completely disappearing. I need to see more from him. And I realize he’s just a freshman. I don’t know what his game is though. When he was successful he just scored around the basket off second chance opportunities. I wanna see more. He will only be a sophomore. Nickleberry - Perhaps we expected too much from him. Hopefully he’s healed from his concussion. He’s going to be a senior so he needs to grow rapidly. I saw someone who could use both hands to dribble. Hopefully he refines that and just finds a role and becomes a useful contributor. I don’t need him to be a star. But I need more than what we got this season. Bertram - Is what he is. I think he’s been here long enough for us to know his game by now. I won’t be heartbroken if he grad transferred. Otherwise he’s a 10th man off the bench. Big bodied big man if you need to spell 5 minutes. Freeman/Robinson - I will just temper expectations so that we don’t fall into a trap like we did with Nickleberry. My only hope is that they come to UB for 4 years and are the future for this team. I would love for them to contribute next season but can’t depend on it. But hopefully they are backcourt mates for a long time here. Skogram - Really excited about him. Big men take longer to develop and he will be just a freshman but have high hopes for him long term. Hopefully he is good both inside and outside. Will add a nice pick and role or pop dimension to the offense. Could be a good stretch 4. Did I miss anyone? On paper we have a solid team. Great young nucleus. And tons of room for growth and improvement. We could reclaim the MAC in the next year or two. But a lot of that will depend on our PG play and willingness to play defense. Hopefully we get better shooting as well. Better shot selection. I feel that without Grant and Johnson that will be the case. Hopefully the coaching staff learns from their miscalculations this season and gets the best out of this team going forward. We have an open coaching spot let’s fill it. And an open scholarship...let’s get hard at work on that. Sorry for the looong post.
  29. 5 points
    This is my first post. I’ve been following this board for a long time, but finally created an account. I’ve been going to games since Coach Weatherspoon took over the program when we hosted NC. I just finished listening to Coach Whitesell on the UB basketball radio show. I like Jim. He seems to be authentic and that’s certainly important quality in life. However passion is just as important IMO and that seems lacking at times with Coach. I was frustrated how satisfied he sounded by just beating Miami on Saturday. Coach Oats set a new standard for our program last year and we seem to have gone back to the old days. We should be blowing these MAC teams out. We probably have the best roster of talent, but not the best team. That’s on Coach. I certainly believe it’s possible to win the MAC tournament, but probably equally possible to lose the first game. Hopefully Coach and his staff can inspire these players to get it done in Cleveland. A little more passion wouldn’t hurt. Go Bulls!
  30. 5 points
    My answer is a loud yes. Here’s why...1) we have 2 games left and Whitesell is still tinkering with the starting lineup. Which takes to point 2) our rotation is still a question mark. There’s no rhyme or reason as to who comes off the bench and when and for how long. Whitesell seems to be grasping for answers. As a result our defense suffers bc there’s no cohesion. 3) he makes very questionable in game decisions...example under 5 minutes left in today’s game and Jordan and Mballa are on the bench?! You play them despite the 4 fouls. Defensive liabilities shouldn’t be on the floor when the game is 73-71. That’s coaching. 4) no improvement throughout the season against things like the zone defense. Again that’s coaching. Some things fall on the players sure. If we don’t have a go to guy or a leader that’s on the players for no stepping up rather than the coach. The lack of focus and fire is on the players. But then again maybe we don’t have a go to guy bc the coaches don’t put the team in the best position to win. This team in a week reverted back to the team we were in January. Just when I thought we were peaking. At this point we are who we are and that’s an inconsistent team.
  31. 5 points
    Can we just play Segu/Jordan/Graves/Williams/Mballa 40 mins per game?
  32. 5 points
    I saw this, and wanted to leave it alone, but now that it's here... Find me one place where Bonaventure is ranked higher or more selective than UB. One. It's okay to admit that you paid more for a less prestigious degree. How many people have we put in space? How many Nobel Laureates have we had teach here? How many Fortune 500 CEOs are part of our alumni base?
  33. 5 points
    Am I the only one who doesn’t have any ill will towards Hurley? I know our marriage with him didn’t last long and ended horribly but his hiring got this whole thing rolling. And we trounced them in the tournament last year. To me that was the whole thing coming full circle.
  34. 5 points
    These bullfan-on-bullfan attacks are useless. Sure...call him out for saying things like "He's terrible at basketball" if you want (it was over the top), but you are naive if you don't think he meant for you to infer that it was in relation to some standard. I know there are some fans that tend to exaggerate in their frustration. I view it as passionate. We need as many passionate people on the bandwagon as we can get. There are always room for passionate bulls fans.
  35. 5 points
    I'll get it started: The Bulls will win by a higher differential than last year (39, 110 - 71) Segu will double - double again Mballa with 4 blocks
  36. 5 points
    Someone’s beating Bona at their place? That settles it, Ohio must be paying their recruits
  37. 5 points
    It takes a while for the next shipment of AOL CDs to make their way to Olean. 500 free hours!
  38. 5 points
    I know we should not judge these players or this team after one game but I am going to anyway. I simply cannot resist. I am too excited for this team. First let me be clear I did not see most of the first half. Here are my thoughts on what I saw last night: Nickelberry-I was surprised by his lack of minutes. He looked like a player struggling to adjust to the speed of the game. He looked a bit lost, especially on the offensive end. His length is going to be a huge plus for us on the wing. When he figures it out he is going to be a matchup problem for most MAC teams. Grant-This guy can really shoot it and will shoot it from just about anywhere. I liked what I saw from him last night. He is bigger than I thought and plays bigger on the defensive end. Grant will be a big part of what we do this year and he will have some games where he goes off from deep. He will help us to spread the floor with his shooting. A. Johnson-He may be an even better shooter than Grant. His stroke is pure and he shoots it quick. He seems to be more comfortable shooting off the dribble as opposed to the set shot preferred by Grant. His athleticism is also very impressive. Johnson is in for a big year for us. Graves-He looked confident and like our team leader. He took over the game in the beginning of the second half. Putting his team on his back to get them going, like a true leader does. He defends hard and rebounded the ball well also. I suspect Graves will be in the conversation for MAC POTY. Jordan-He looked in control of the offense. He controlled the pace of play and played his usual great defense. He is going to be a nuisance to all opposing guards all season long. MAC defensive player of the year this year. Gallion-I was impressed with what I saw from this true freshman, although most of those minutes were garbage time at the end of the game. He looks to be a solid player on the defensive side of the ball and has clearly bought into the concept of defending to get minutes. Segu-Wow has he made the sophomore jump. He looked quicker and more athletic. He has clearly hit the weight room as well. We have a budding superstar on our hands here in Segu. He can shoot, has a great pull up game and is very unselfish. He seems to be at his best when finding his teammates down the court on the break. I bet 8 of his assists came in that fashion last night. I see significant minutes played by Segu this year. In fact I could see his great play putting a damper on some of Jordans minutes, especially with the other strong guard play we have now in Grant, Johnson and Nickleberry. J Williams-Also appears to have made a big jump similar to Segu. He looked more relaxed and confident in his game. He limited his bad shoots to a few last night and defensively was very very active. Williams will be a HUGE part of this team and the future looks very bright for him. He becomes more comfortable taking the ball off the dribble to his right and with his jump shot and he could be a MAC POTY in the future. Mballa-I know he only played limited minutes but I was impressed with his game. He is long and athletic and can run the floor, block shots and finish with either hand. His game is perfect for the up tempo style we like to play. He was the only rim protector on the floor last night. Unless Hardnett can provide the ability to protect the rim, he will be our only interior presence when the games are on the line. That being said he is going to have to play without getting into foul trouble. Mballa is going to be a handful in this conference. I see a multiple MAC defensive player of the year award in his future. Bertrum-The rumors of him improving are true. He has gotten in better shape and appears to be one of the team leaders. But he is still not quick enough, or mobile enough laterally to defend in the post. He was schooled by the Daemen big on several occasions last night, I know he is a great Division II player. He is a great kid, who works hard but he is too slow footed for success at this level. Brock is the type of player Buffalo used to recruit back in the Witherspoon days. We have taken recruiting to the next level and he is not able to compete with the new recruits. I do not see Brock playing many significant minutes this season when the game is on the line. He is simply too much of a liability on the defensive side of the ball. Skogman-Looked long but slight. He struggled to defend in the post similar to Bertrum. Hard to judge him on one game, especially his first game. He needs to get in the weight room and to work on his post defense. I love that he can shoot and will be a large part of what we do moving forwards with his ability to space the floor and bring the opposing big away from the basket with his shooting abilities. Whitesell-I liked what I saw from him on the sideline. He looked comfortable and in control. The players played hard for him, especially in the second half. I cannot wait to see his style develop over the year. The kids on this team clearly care for him. Team-I have been saying it for a while now, this team is the favorite to win the MAC. They will have a very balanced scoring attack as we saw last night. They will push the tempo and defend. They will be a very fun team to watch. My only concern is the post defense. MBalla and Hardnett need to secure the post, if so this team really has no visible holes. I cannot wait to watch this team develop as they will continue to get better and better as the season goes on. This team is deeper than last year and has more athleticism than last years team. I would even say this team has better shooting than last years team. The future is bright for the Bulls!
  39. 4 points
    Sure do appreciate how magical the 2017-2019 teams were. Not sure we'll ever get back there again, but it was great to experience it.
  40. 4 points
    Williams is playing it looks like. Practiced this week and looked good, but I wasn’t there. Just what I heard. Good news for sure
  41. 4 points
    Come hoping to see insights on our newest target, end up with seven posts playing Guess Who about a "large" man on UB's bench. 🤷🏼‍♂️
  42. 4 points
    This is beautiful to watch. This is the defensive intensity we should bring every game. We play defense like this the whole season and we’d be 15-2.
  43. 4 points
    I couldn't help but notice Gallion and Skogman with Giambattista high fiving, hyping the team down the stretch. Love to see it from the freshmen.
  44. 4 points
    RIP Coach Coles. The Bortzian army wins another one.
  45. 4 points
    This is getting ridiculous. We cannot expect to win by 30 against D-1 opponents, and if we win by less, be disheartened. This is a younger team, and we will be more like the 2016-2017 Bulls than the 2018-2019 Bulls. Let’s be realistic.
  46. 4 points
    Did he steal your lunch money or something? We all get your point. 5 posts about one player who you detest (during a single game) is more than enough. No one is going to disagree with the fact that he's not playing up to anywhere near what we all hoped/anticipated entering the season thus far, so give it a rest already. On another note, the AA was absolutely dead in there ALL NIGHT (the women's game yesterday had far more fan noise and interest). The first 8 minutes of the game followed the same level of intensity. I know that there are no students at the games (why? I still don't understand and never will, but I digress) but I'm very nervous that the public who bought in pretty well is losing interest. I hope that we can string a few wins together in a row on this home-stand and lure them back in with some intensity. Even in the final minutes of the game, it was down to 4 points with 4 minutes left and several people were standing up and walking out. The gym was pretty silent in a 2 possession game. It was very depressing. Hopefully we beat a far inferior Niagara by a bunch on Saturday, much as we did at their place 2 years ago before they ducked playing us last year.
  47. 4 points
    We also don't need people who publish things, and fancy themselves journalist to run down the kids wearing blue and white just so that they can live out some fantasy they are the next Bucky or Sully.. My point was not to make a personal attack on the man but to give some background in the fact he will always run down one or more of our student athletes when they struggle a bit.
  48. 4 points
    Yes I agree UConn is a potentially top 25 team and we hung right there, but I honestly felt we could and should have won that game. We shot the ball extremely poorly, especially in the second half. Some really bad shot selection especially by Johnson, he’s gotta stop taking contested poor shots. Segu and Jeenathan had poor offensive games. Mballa was a beast and him getting in foul trouble definitely hurt as we are lacking depth there. Some defensive lapses too. Hopefully they learn from this, but you clearly see we have the talent just a matter of putting it together and playing smart.
  49. 4 points
    Was there for this news, compliance came down and handed him his jersey and the team swarmed him. Awesome scene
  50. 4 points
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