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[MBB] Game #18: 1/10/18 - 7:00pm - vs Stony Brook

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Last Up: L 64-61 @ New Hampshire


Next Up: vs Stony Brook (6-9, 2-0 AE - beat Maine and Hartford)


TV/Streaming: ESPN3

Local Radio: 104.5 FM


Nichols is stinking up the joint. IMO he's the reason we lost both AE games so far. Shooting the team out of games. I put the games squarely on him and his atrocious FG% and shot selection.


He needs to sit a game or two.




UAlbany Wins
** Albany stats are the left side in each grouping **
Opponent PTS FGM FGA FG% FTM FTA FT% 3PTM 3PTA 3PT% RBG AST TO FOUL
Iona 69 67 24 26 62 59 38.7% 44.1% 17 11 19 14 89.5% 78.6% 4 4 15 22 26.7% 18.2% 47 27 6 14 13 7 16 21
Boston U. 88 74 32 29 56 65 57.1% 44.6% 21 8 29 11 72.4% 72.7% 3 8 5 27 60.0% 29.6% 38 27 11 13 11 7 15 21
Yale 80 72 32 28 59 67 54.2% 41.8% 13 9 19 13 68.4% 69.2% 3 7 14 28 21.4% 25.0% 40 30 16 10 15 13 15 17
Oneonta 102 77 37 23 72 57 51.4% 40.4% 21 21 28 28 75.0% 75.0% 7 10 21 25 33.3% 40.0% 48 31 17 13 7 14 24 28
Dartmouth 91 73 34 27 64 49 53.1% 55.1% 15 11 16 12 93.8% 91.7% 8 8 17 17 47.1% 47.1% 28 25 13 11 12 20 13 19
Holy Cross 78 62 31 24 58 48 53.4% 50.0% 6 9 10 14 60.0% 64.3% 10 5 21 18 47.6% 27.8% 32 23 18 11 7 9 15 14
Colgate 75 69 25 25 59 55 42.4% 45.5% 19 11 23 16 82.6% 68.8% 6 8 18 22 33.3% 36.4% 39 24 14 9 11 9 15 20
Columbia 86 82 28 31 62 61 45.2% 50.8% 24 11 29 18 82.8% 61.1% 6 9 13 20 46.2% 45.0% 37 36 13 19 9 16 15 25
Bryant 84 68 33 24 61 61 54.1% 39.3% 9 9 13 16 69.2% 56.3% 9 11 17 26 52.9% 42.3% 40 27 21 21 14 9 14 16
Siena 74 69 26 24 55 50 47.3% 48.0% 17 12 25 17 68.0% 70.6% 5 9 15 20 33.3% 45.0% 30 27 11 10 12 16 15 22
Canisius 68 65 26 28 53 61 49.1% 45.9% 14 3 20 7 70.0% 42.9% 2 6 10 22 20.0% 27.3% 33 29 11 19 12 10 11 20
Kent State 78 68 23 28 46 68 50.0% 41.2% 25 9 32 13 78.1% 69.2% 7 3 18 20 38.9% 15.0% 32 35 20 13 11 11 25 18

OOC W Tot. 973 846 351 317 707 701 49.6% 45.2% 201 124 263 179 76.4% 69.3% 70 88 184 267 38.0% 33.0% 444 341 171 163 134 141 193 241
OOC W Avg. 81.1 70.5 29.3 26.4 58.9 58.4 49.6% 45.2% 16.8 10.3 21.9 14.9 76.4% 69.3% 5.8 7.3 15.3 22.3 38.0% 33.0% 37.0 28.4 14.3 13.6 11.2 11.8 16.1 20.1

UAlbany Losses
** Albany stats are the left side in each grouping **
Opponent PTS FGM FGA FG% FTM FTA FT% 3PTM 3PTA 3PT% RBG AST TO FOUL
Monmouth 73 81 26 28 54 56 48.1% 50.0% 18 17 28 24 64.3% 70.8% 3 8 11 18 27.3% 44.4% 41 29 5 12 15 8 23 24
Memphis 58 67 21 23 61 49 34.4% 46.9% 12 17 15 24 80.0% 70.8% 4 4 17 17 23.5% 23.5% 38 33 8 10 14 12 18 16
Louisville 68 70 27 24 74 57 36.5% 42.1% 8 13 12 21 66.7% 61.9% 6 9 20 21 30.0% 42.9% 52 37 9 11 10 7 19 19
Hartford 64 72 23 25 54 50 42.6% 50.0% 10 13 14 13 71.4% 100.0% 8 9 19 18 42.1% 50.0% 28 30 14 15 12 14 16 18
New Hampshire 61 64 20 25 49 62 40.8% 40.3% 17 4 27 6 63.0% 66.7% 4 10 14 24 28.6% 41.7% 34 41 10 13 10 10 16 22

OOC L Tot. 324 354 117 125 292 274 40.1% 45.6% 65 64 96 88 67.7% 72.7% 25 40 81 98 30.9% 40.8% 193 170 46 61 61 51 92 99
AE L Tot. 125 136 43 50 103 112 41.7% 44.6% 27 17 41 19 65.9% 89.5% 12 19 33 42 36.4% 45.2% 62 71 24 28 22 24 32 40

OOC L Avg. 108.0 118.0 39.0 41.7 97.3 91.3 40.1% 45.6% 21.7 21.3 32.0 29.3 67.7% 72.7% 8.3 13.3 27.0 32.7 30.9% 40.8% 64.3 56.7 15.3 20.3 20.3 17.0 30.7 33.0
AE L Avg. 62.5 68.0 21.5 25.0 51.5 56.0 41.7% 44.6% 13.5 8.5 20.5 9.5 65.9% 89.5% 6.0 9.5 16.5 21.0 36.4% 45.2% 31.0 35.5 12.0 14.0 11.0 12.0 16.0 20.0

Total L 449 490 160 175 395 386 40.5% 45.3% 92 81 137 107 67.2% 75.7% 37 59 114 140 32.5% 42.1% 255 241 70 89 83 75 124 139
Average L 89.8 98.0 32.0 35.0 79.0 77.2 40.5% 45.9% 18.4 16.2 27.4 21.4 69.1% 74.0% 7.4 11.8 22.8 28.0 30.3% 40.5% 51.0 48.2 14.0 17.8 16.6 15.0 24.8 27.8

Total (all) 1422 1336 511 492 1102 1087 46.4% 45.3% 293 205 400 286 73.3% 71.7% 107 147 298 407 35.9% 36.1% 699 582 241 252 217 216 317 380
Average (all) 83.6 78.6 30.1 28.9 64.8 63.9 47.0% 45.6% 17.2 12.1 23.5 16.8 73.8% 70.0% 6.3 8.6 17.5 23.9 36.0% 35.4% 41.1 34.2 14.2 14.8 12.8 12.7 18.6 22.4
PTS FGM FGA FG% FTM FTA FT% 3PTM 3PTA 3PT% RBG AST TO FOUL


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So how 'bout those Seawolves?!

 

(Sigh.. have to think onto the next game)

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42% of their shots are from three and 36% of their points are from three...wonder what how those stats compare to Hartford and UNH..or if we'll be getting the same type of game as the first two AE ones.

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SBU did it again with last second 3 pointer to beat Hartford.

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WB on radio said Davids wrist is still bothering him, Joe has plantar fasciitis on one foot, wants Devonte to be more aggressive offensively, needs captains to start leading

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WB on radio said Davids wrist is still bothering him, Joe has plantar fasciitis on one foot, wants Devonte to be more aggressive offensively, needs captains to start leading

 

Man up, leaders. Take the fight to the enemies

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WB on radio said Davids wrist is still bothering him, Joe has plantar fasciitis on one foot, wants Devonte to be more aggressive offensively, needs captains to start leading

 

Man up, leaders. Take the fight to the enemies

 

 

More importantly; be smart. If your wrist is jacked...stop jackin shots and instead focus on penetrating and finding open teammates. If David can't score 20 points due to his health, he should make it a game focus to get 10 assists, etc.

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WB on radio said Davids wrist is still bothering him, Joe has plantar fasciitis on one foot, wants Devonte to be more aggressive offensively, needs captains to start leading

WB is a great coach, but uh oh.. 0-2 start to the conference and now the injuries start coming out.. just protecting both David and Joe?

 

Do we really want Devonte to be more aggressive?

 

Point is, if we are 2-0, you probably won't hear coach speak of the injuries and the reason Clark was benched.

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WB on radio said Davids wrist is still bothering him, Joe has plantar fasciitis on one foot, wants Devonte to be more aggressive offensively, needs captains to start leading

 

So we have 2 star players that are fighting through injuries that are affecting their performance, yet both are playing 35+ minutes a game? Something is fishy here, unless these injuries will heal better with heavy use. I know he doesn't really trust anyone on the bench, but look at how many minutes they have played this season up until today - crazy low. No way to get confidence in the bench if they can't get into a rhythm in a game. Maybe they are doing super poorly in practice? Maybe the need to revoke the red shirts on Healy and Hank and see what they can do?

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WB on radio said Davids wrist is still bothering him, Joe has plantar fasciitis on one foot, wants Devonte to be more aggressive offensively, needs captains to start leading

 

So we have 2 star players that are fighting through injuries that are affecting their performance, yet both are playing 35+ minutes a game? Something is fishy here, unless these injuries will heal better with heavy use. I know he doesn't really trust anyone on the bench, but look at how many minutes they have played this season up until today - crazy low. No way to get confidence in the bench if they can't get into a rhythm in a game. Maybe they are doing super poorly in practice? Maybe the need to revoke the red shirts on Healy and Hank and see what they can do?

 

 

I like that Cochran got a chance...and Clark would have played but was disciplined. I thought Xavier showed well...would like to see another 5-10 minutes from him this next game. That one drive was explosive I thought. He also had good length on D.

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I’m all for burning the redshirts, not just for this year, but next. But that’s why WB gets the big bucks and I comment on a fan board. Hell, start Fruscio. The kid will be so excited he’ll be bouncing from side line to sideline. Wax on, wax off!!! Get the Karate Kid in there !!!

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I just rewatched the second half of Hartford and some of UNH again...this team is close to breaking out, when they are on they are just to good. Gotta play consistent ball for 40 minutes.

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WB on radio said Davids wrist is still bothering him, Joe has plantar fasciitis on one foot, wants Devonte to be more aggressive offensively, needs captains to start leading

 

 

Do we really want Devonte to be more aggressive?

 

I do. I don't want him to hoist threes but he can look to score more. Generally when he gets the ball in the paint something good happens. Defenses don't really even have to account for him since he mostly looks to pass.

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