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[MBB] Game #31: 2/27/18 - 7:00pm - vs Binghamton

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Final stats for the regular season:

UAlbany Wins																																	
** Albany stats are the left side in each grouping **																																	
Opponent	Type	PTS		FGM		FGA		FG%		3PTM		3PTA		3PT%		FTM		FTA		FT%		RBG		AST		STL		BLK		TO		FOUL	
Iona		OOC	69	67	24	26	62	59	38.7%	44.1%	4	4	15	22	26.7%	18.2%	17	11	19	14	89.5%	78.6%	47	27	6	14	1	6	0	3	13	7	16	21
Boston U	OOC	88	74	32	29	56	65	57.1%	44.6%	3	8	5	27	60.0%	29.6%	21	8	29	11	72.4%	72.7%	38	27	11	13	2	7	1	4	11	7	15	21
Yale		OOC	80	72	32	28	59	67	54.2%	41.8%	3	7	14	28	21.4%	25.0%	13	9	19	13	68.4%	69.2%	40	30	16	10	4	6	3	5	15	13	15	17
Oneonta		OOC	102	77	37	23	72	57	51.4%	40.4%	7	10	21	25	33.3%	40.0%	21	21	28	28	75.0%	75.0%	48	31	17	13	4	3	0	3	7	14	24	28
Dartmouth	OOC	91	73	34	27	64	49	53.1%	55.1%	8	8	17	17	47.1%	47.1%	15	11	16	12	93.8%	91.7%	28	25	13	11	8	5	0	7	12	20	13	19
Holy Cross	OOC	78	62	31	24	58	48	53.4%	50.0%	10	5	21	18	47.6%	27.8%	6	9	10	14	60.0%	64.3%	32	23	18	11	5	3	1	4	7	9	15	14
Colgate		OOC	75	69	25	25	59	55	42.4%	45.5%	6	8	18	22	33.3%	36.4%	19	11	23	16	82.6%	68.8%	39	24	14	9	7	7	1	1	11	9	15	20
Columbia	OOC	86	82	28	31	62	61	45.2%	50.8%	6	9	13	20	46.2%	45.0%	24	11	29	18	82.8%	61.1%	37	36	13	19	11	3	1	3	9	16	15	25
Bryant		OOC	84	68	33	24	61	61	54.1%	39.3%	9	11	17	26	52.9%	42.3%	9	9	13	16	69.2%	56.3%	40	27	21	21	2	10	2	4	14	9	14	16
Siena		OOC	74	69	26	24	55	50	47.3%	48.0%	5	9	15	20	33.3%	45.0%	17	12	25	17	68.0%	70.6%	30	27	11	10	8	5	1	3	12	16	15	22
Canisius	OOC	68	65	26	28	53	61	49.1%	45.9%	2	6	10	22	20.0%	27.3%	14	3	20	7	70.0%	42.9%	33	29	11	19	2	8	3	1	12	10	11	20
Kent State	OOC	78	68	23	28	46	68	50.0%	41.2%	7	3	18	20	38.9%	15.0%	25	9	32	13	78.1%	69.2%	32	35	20	13	4	4	4	2	11	11	18	25
Stony Brook	AE	78	65	29	25	55	60	52.7%	41.7%	6	10	9	20	66.7%	50.0%	14	5	17	8	82.4%	62.5%	37	28	20	17	2	5	8	5	11	9	11	18
Maine		AE	84	66	21	21	58	56	36.2%	37.5%	7	6	17	22	41.2%	27.3%	35	18	44	27	79.5%	66.7%	43	38	13	14	3	4	6	4	9	12	23	32
UMass-Lowell	AE	70	62	24	25	52	54	46.2%	46.3%	3	7	12	21	25.0%	33.3%	19	5	22	8	86.4%	62.5%	32	29	15	19	10	6	5	3	14	18	14	19
UMBC		AE	83	39	33	17	57	54	57.9%	31.5%	9	2	17	20	52.9%	10.0%	8	3	10	7	80.0%	42.9%	40	23	20	12	8	6	2	4	12	15	14	14
Stony Brook	AE	57	50	18	21	50	57	36.0%	36.8%	4	6	13	22	30.8%	27.3%	17	2	21	5	81.0%	40.0%	41	32	7	6	5	6	3	4	15	13	17	22
New Hampshire	AE	83	74	25	27	48	56	52.1%	48.2%	8	6	17	25	47.1%	24.0%	25	14	33	21	75.8%	66.7%	29	29	13	19	1	3	2	2	8	8	17	23
Hartford	AE	69	63	21	24	48	56	43.8%	42.9%	6	4	16	18	37.5%	22.2%	21	11	32	15	65.6%	73.3%	36	28	9	9	4	7	3	2	10	10	17	24
UMass-Lowell	AE	91	81	34	33	57	60	59.6%	55.0%	10	7	17	21	58.8%	33.3%	13	8	16	15	81.3%	53.3%	32	26	11	16	5	9	4	2	16	12	18	14
Maine		AE	89	79	27	31	65	59	41.5%	52.5%	6	6	16	16	37.5%	37.5%	29	11	37	17	78.4%	64.7%	45	26	12	17	11	6	1	9	14	19	17	27
Binghamton	AE	71	54	28	22	61	57	45.9%	38.6%	5	4	18	22	27.8%	18.2%	10	6	17	11	58.8%	54.5%	45	30	18	13	5	6	4	4	9	11	13	18
																																	
Tot. W		OOC	973	846	351	317	707	701	49.6%	45.2%	70	88	184	267	38.0%	33.0%	201	124	263	179	76.4%	69.3%	444	341	171	163	58	67	17	40	134	141	186	248
		AE	775	633	260	246	551	569	47.2%	43.2%	64	58	152	207	42.1%	28.0%	191	83	249	134	76.7%	61.9%	380	289	138	142	54	58	38	39	118	127	161	211
																																	
Avg. W		OOC	81.1	70.5	29.3	26.4	58.9	58.4	49.6%	45.2%	5.8	7.3	15.3	22.3	38.0%	33.0%	16.8	10.3	21.9	14.9	76.4%	69.3%	37.0	28.4	14.3	13.6	4.8	5.6	1.4	3.3	11.2	11.8	15.5	20.7
		AE	77.5	63.3	26.0	24.6	55.1	56.9	47.2%	43.2%	6.4	5.8	15.2	20.7	42.1%	28.0%	19.1	8.3	24.9	13.4	76.7%	61.9%	38.0	28.9	13.8	14.2	5.4	5.8	3.8	3.9	11.8	12.7	16.1	21.1
																																	
Tot. W			1748	1479	611	563	1258	1270	48.6%	44.3%	134	146	336	474	39.9%	30.8%	392	207	512	313	76.6%	66.1%	824	630	309	305	112	125	55	79	252	268	347	459
Avg. W			79.5	67.2	27.8	25.6	57.2	57.7	48.5%	44.4%	6.1	6.6	15.3	21.5	40.3%	31.0%	17.8	9.4	23.3	14.2	76.3%	64.0%	37.5	28.6	14.0	13.9	5.1	5.7	2.5	3.6	11.5	12.2	15.8	20.9
			PTS		FGM		FGA		FG%		3PTM		3PTA		3PT%		FTM		FTA		FT%		RBG		AST		STL		BLK		TO		FOUL
																																	
UAlbany Losses																																	
** Albany stats are the left side in each grouping **																																	
Opponent	Type	PTS		FGM		FGA		FG%		3PTM		3PTA		3PT%		FTM		FTA		FT%		RBG		AST		STL		BLK		TO		FOUL	
Monmouth	OOC	73	81	26	28	54	56	48.1%	50.0%	3	8	11	18	27.3%	44.4%	18	17	28	24	64.3%	70.8%	41	29	5	12	2	7	3	4	15	8	23	24
Memphis		OOC	58	67	21	23	61	49	34.4%	46.9%	4	4	17	17	23.5%	23.5%	12	17	15	24	80.0%	70.8%	38	33	8	10	4	7	2	11	14	12	18	16
Louisville	OOC	68	70	27	24	74	57	36.5%	42.1%	6	9	20	21	30.0%	42.9%	8	13	12	21	66.7%	61.9%	52	37	9	11	2	4	2	10	10	7	19	19
Hartford	AE	64	72	23	25	54	50	42.6%	50.0%	8	9	19	18	42.1%	50.0%	10	13	14	13	71.4%	100.0%	28	30	14	15	7	8	3	9	12	14	16	18
New Hampshire	AE	61	64	20	25	49	62	40.8%	40.3%	4	10	14	24	28.6%	41.7%	17	4	27	6	63.0%	66.7%	34	41	10	13	4	4	2	0	10	10	16	22
Binghamton	AE	66	79	24	24	59	52	40.7%	46.2%	5	6	16	16	31.3%	37.5%	13	25	16	32	81.3%	78.1%	33	35	9	12	4	4	2	4	12	10	22	15
Vermont		AE	50	61	20	22	51	51	39.2%	43.1%	1	6	11	16	9.1%	37.5%	9	11	12	16	75.0%	68.8%	30	35	3	9	2	3	6	6	11	10	17	14
Vermont		AE	67	72	27	24	61	52	44.3%	46.2%	5	4	15	12	33.3%	33.3%	8	20	11	20	72.7%	100.0%	33	30	19	15	4	0	3	4	6	8	19	14
UMBC		AE	60	68	22	24	58	49	37.9%	49.0%	8	7	23	18	34.8%	38.9%	8	13	9	15	88.9%	86.7%	37	25	9	15	3	6	2	2	15	11	15	15
																																	
Tot. L		OOC	199	218	74	75	189	162	39.2%	46.3%	13	21	48	56	27.1%	37.5%	38	47	55	69	69.1%	68.1%	131	99	22	33	8	18	7	25	39	27	60	59
		AE	368	416	136	144	332	316	41.0%	45.6%	31	42	98	104	31.6%	40.4%	65	86	89	102	73.0%	84.3%	195	196	64	79	24	25	18	25	66	63	105	98
																																	
Avg. L		OOC	66.3	72.7	24.7	25.0	63.0	54.0	39.2%	46.3%	4.3	7.0	16.0	18.7	27.1%	37.5%	12.7	15.7	18.3	23.0	69.1%	68.1%	43.7	33.0	7.3	11.0	2.7	6.0	2.3	8.3	13.0	9.0	20.0	19.7
		AE	61.3	69.3	22.7	24.0	55.3	52.7	41.0%	45.6%	5.2	7.0	16.3	17.3	31.6%	40.4%	10.8	14.3	14.8	17.0	73.0%	84.3%	32.5	32.7	10.7	13.2	4.0	4.2	3.0	4.2	11.0	10.5	17.5	16.3
																																	
Tot. L			567	634	210	219	521	478	40.3%	45.8%	44	63	146	160	30.1%	39.4%	103	133	144	171	71.5%	77.8%	326	295	86	112	32	43	25	50	105	90	165	157
Avg. L			63.0	70.4	23.3	24.3	57.9	53.1	40.5%	46.0%	4.9	7.0	16.2	17.8	28.9%	38.9%	11.4	14.8	16.0	19.0	73.7%	78.2%	36.2	32.8	9.6	12.4	3.6	4.8	2.8	5.6	11.7	10.0	18.3	17.4
																																	
Tot. (all)		2315	2113	821	782	1779	1748	46.1%	44.7%	178	209	482	634	36.9%	33.0%	495	340	656	484	75.5%	70.2%	1150	925	395	417	144	168	80	129	357	358	512	616
Avg. (all)		74.7	68.2	26.5	25.2	57.4	56.4	46.2%	44.9%	5.7	6.7	15.5	20.5	37.0%	33.3%	16.0	11.0	21.2	15.6	75.5%	68.1%	37.1	29.8	12.7	13.5	4.6	5.4	2.6	4.2	11.5	11.5	16.5	19.9
			PTS		FGM		FGA		FG%		3PTM		3PTA		3PT%		FTM		FTA		FT%		RBG		AST		STL		BLK		TO		FOUL	

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David's not starting as a result of his Allen Iverson moment. - Eli

 

4 SRs and Cremo started, I don't think this was any type of benching for David.

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Yeah I'm not sure I buy that considering who started last years senior night game. Jamir Andrews did not start that game. We can agree to disagree.

 

It was a solid win and all of the SR's contributed handsomely. Will be sad to see yet another solid group of guys leave.

EDIT: Edited, as I was looking at the first round game...but Jamir didn't start either game and was listed as a senior.

EDIT2: NVM, looks like Jamir didn't graduate and is a grad student (slipped my mind). Either way, I'm still not buying the SR thing. With Charles being out, CB could have put Cremo at the 3 and started Nichols along Costa. Move Campbell to the 4 and Stire the 5 as usual. That didn't happen.

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Yeah I'm not sure I buy that considering who started last years senior night game (yes, it was a touching moment considering his families misfortune with his sister). Jamir Andrews did not start that game. Matter of fact, neither did Dallas per the box score I'm looking at. Rowley was the only one to start. It's all good though, we can agree to disagree :).

 

It was a solid win and all of the SR's contributed handsomely. Will be sad to see yet another solid group of guys leave.

I thought Foster stepped-up In Charles’ absence and played a very solid game.

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Yeah I'm not sure I buy that considering who started last years senior night game. Jamir Andrews did not start that game. We can agree to disagree.

 

It was a solid win and all of the SR's contributed handsomely. Will be sad to see yet another solid group of guys leave.

 

EDIT: Edited, as I was looking at the first round game...but Jamir didn't start either game and was listed as a senior.

 

EDIT2: NVM, looks like Jamir didn't graduate and is a grad student (slipped my mind). Either way, I'm still not buying the SR thing. With Charles being out, CB could have put Cremo at the 3 and started Nichols along Costa. Move Campbell to the 4 and Stire the 5 as usual. That didn't happen.

Jamir redshirted last year to preserve a year of eligibility. That's why he didn't start in the senior game.

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EDIT2: NVM, looks like Jamir didn't graduate and is a grad student (slipped my mind). Either way, I'm still not buying the SR thing. With Charles being out, CB could have put Cremo at the 3 and started Nichols along Costa. Move Campbell to the 4 and Stire the 5 as usual. That didn't happen.

 

And then Foster doesn't start. Only way to get all three seniors to start..which Coach Brown said he wanted to do..was to sit Nichols, Cremo or Campbell. Considering Costa most often subs-in for Nichols..it makes the most sense. I don't think there's anything to read into here.

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Starting all seniors is done EVERY single year...I don't see any way you do that if you don't sit either Nichols or Cremo...and there is no way you sit Cremo. If Charles was healthy...I think both Nichols AND Cremo sit to start even if it's a few plays. Listen, Nichols clearly had a bad attitude or something in that practice but if this was a regular game and not senior night, I believe he'd start in his normal spot.

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5: Foster or Stire
4: Stire or Foster
3: Cremo
2: Costa or Nichols
1: Nichols or Costa

Subs don't matter, you can go back to regular pairings or rotation at first foul or timeout. This way you only remove Campbell...but you sit Nichols of all people? The most volatile? Just cause of 'senior night'? Nah fam, not buying it.

I don't care if I'm the only one who thinks this. Like David, I'm rockin to the beat of my own drum on this one :lol:.

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5: Foster or Stire

4: Stire or Foster

3: Cremo

2: Costa or Nichols

1: Nichols or Costa

 

Subs don't matter, you can go back to regular pairings or rotation at first foul or timeout. This way you only remove Campbell...but you sit Nichols of all people? The most volatile? Just cause of 'senior night'? Nah fam, not buying it.

 

I don't care if I'm the only one who thinks this. Like David, I'm rockin to the beat of my own drum on this one :lol:.

 

You are...do your thing even if wrong...lol I'm not saying whatever happened in practice didn't make the decision on who to sit a bit easier.

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I don't care if I'm the only one who thinks this. Like David, I'm rockin to the beat of my own drum on this one :lol: - Eli.

 

You are rockin to your own drum!!!!!! David is a very valuable piece to the puzzle and is not replaced as easily as you think!!!!

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Sorry, I've been gone for a week and a bit out of whack with UA events the past week. What is the practice incident? Can someone point me to the thread where it is discussed?

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Sorry, I've been gone for a week and a bit out of whack with UA events the past week. What is the practice incident? Can someone point me to the thread where it is discussed?

All the TU said was Point guard David Nichols wasn't available, either, as he apparently got tossed out of practice before the media arrived.

 

"He didn't make it until the end of practice" is all Brown would say.

 

Nichols' 53-game starting streak will come to an end Tuesday so Brown can get Anderson into the lineup.

 

He played anyway. WB has said he tossed Jamar out of practice 100 times

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