Not to speak for 4-3, but yes. We’re taking so many bad shots. All that does is breed inefficiency and selfishness on offense. If you were at the Hartford game you probably noticed that Hartford’s kids were deciding what to do with the ball BEFORE the pass even arrived in their hands. NOBODY held the ball for more than second or two.ccsuhoops wrote: ↑Sun Nov 24, 2019 9:32 amConfused. Not a stats guy (yet) so not going there but they took the same number (roughly) of threes and twos yet made half as many of both.Stats for the game were very close as well. Are you saying the threes or the twos are low percentage? I did notice one of the warmup drills concentrate on that mid range jumper you hate. Agree on the ball movement part. It’s hard to watch. Maybe if the EE is so proud of their alum in the coaching ranks of div1 hoops, they can get Calhoun or hell even Geno to coach our coach.
Tonight’s game should be super fun without Coleman, heard he was on crutches. Does anyone know when the semester is over and if Krishnan got his gpa up?
Not all shots are created equal. If we have a guy who goes dribble-dribble-then fire up a 3 with a hand in his face that sucks. Inefficient and selfish. How about MOVING?! How about MOVING the ball?! How about dribble-penetrate-kick to the baseline?! Very frustrating to watch.