Young team. Inconsistency not unanticipated. That said we were very bad. Neither of our opponents should have been that challenging. This team cant shoot if these games are at all indicative. No doubt these kids will be very good. Not going to be an enjoyable process.
Agreed. Outrun – Out-hustled – out-coached.It should not have been that hard.
Youth cannot be an excuse they are going to use all year long.
Their obstinacy to play the freshmen that much will soon backfire at them. The starting five is playing pick-up basketball with no discipline and absolutely no defense.
They rarely run anything on offense because they shoot the ball under 15 seconds with no rebounding.
Rotations are unimaginative, just the same regular rotations. No adjustment to what the opponent has to offer. A subs for B, C subs for D, no matter what.
3pt defense was atrocious. That’s just lack of discipline.
I think they already lost player 7 to 14 because they are given no chance to prove anything and sent back to the bench at the slightest mistake while the other ones are chucking up shots all over the place. Lots of talent on this team but they aren’t being used the right way for now. Stats mean nothing without the PER. I’d be curious to see it.
Clear Sue looking for her rotation early. Agree tho it was chslaotic. D non existant. Daynting job with so many new players. HH will be very good but KB needs more PT at PG now to settle team down. Q not a PG leave her at 2. McCloskey best rebounder. She needs to be on court for now. Hooe they can find themselves before PL
KB definitely needs more PT. I feel bad for her because they don’t give her any break while others have “carte blanche” to do whatever they want. They need KM, ME and BM on the court to rebound because nobody does. And if you look at what they run, it’s very similar every year, nothing surprising. Coaches need to be more creative. Plenty of time though to be ready for PL.
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