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[MBB] Game #3: 11/17/18 - 3:30PM @ Canisius

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Just now, godanesgo99 said:

No Sasha French today? Just noticed he isn't in the box score. Out of the rotation?

Played about 1-2 min in 1st half.

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Very nice win buy let's give credit when is due. 

Campbell played extremely well. Played good defense and hit the open shot. He will be given it all year, and as a senior he needs to knock them down. 

Clark was awesome as well. 

Good team win. Just keep getting better. 

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Thoroughly enjoyed watching this win. Team is a lot of fun to watch. Honestly so much better watching this team play compared to last year. Don’t know if it’s because they are young, but you don’t see them complaining on every shot to the refs looking for a foul like a couple of guys we had did.

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2 hours ago, UA1882 said:

Campbell played extremely well. Played good defense and hit the open shot. He will be given it all year, and as a senior he needs to knock them down. 

On the season Campbell is now shooting 50% for 3, and 43% overall. 

It's still real early for anyone to make judgements on the year. We need him to make enough where teams stop sagging.

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Just watched the first 3/4 of the game that I missed.  Nice effort on both ends of the floor. Good to see Campbell finally hitting some shots. I hope it lasts.  De Sousa looks like he is in Brown's dog house.  The two times he was in the game, Brown was giving him crap during stoppages and pulled after a couple mistakes.  Hopefully he improves because I think his skills and athleticism would really help this team.

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6 hours ago, nysteve661 said:

Clark, Healy, and dare I say Campbell, could gel into a nice group.  I do worry about production from Lulka and Hank which I expected to be better so far.  

I like Fort Lauderdale; nice production down low and a solid presence. I think we will see more minutes from him as the year progresses.

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I still see no article on the actual football game or the game against Canisius in the online version of the TU this morning. I guess an exciting finish to a home football game doesn't warrant coverage.

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I quoted google because it's a way to get around the 5 article monthly limit firewall. Haha . If you find the article on timesunion and then cut it , then paste it in google, you can read as many articles as u want. 

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18 hours ago, Eli said:

Clark and Healy are definitely option 1a and 1b.

Looks a lot like Cremo & Nichols. Will go far if 1a & 1b can be consistent EVERY game, unlike 1b from past year. Also Campbell showing the O and Lauderdale --mea culpa.

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