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Eli

[MBB] Game #5: 11/20/18 - 7PM vs Holy Cross

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2 minutes ago, jimbo said:

In the Gazette Brown said how much more they are scoring with one big and Campbell at the 4. Says he’s stubborn but would rather win.  

Lulka, Hank and French have been on the bench for the majority of the 2nd half and all of overtime. Or at least it feels that way. 

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2 minutes ago, Eli said:

Lulka, Hank and French have been on the bench for the majority of the 2nd half and all of overtime. Or at least it feels that way. 

Exactly. 

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4 minutes ago, Eli said:

Lulka, Hank and French have been on the bench for the majority of the 2nd half and all of overtime. Or at least it feels that way. 

And no De Sousa sighting. 

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Solid effort at the end. I'm not disappointed in the game. It's a loss but I honestly thought it was going to be a 15pt loss. It was looking that way but we made it interesting. Good signs for a young team. 

Refs were hot garbage both ways. I even yelled at them for bad calls against HC. Scrubs. Where do they find these losers? 

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Maybe the bigs will be more effective later in the year. Lauderdale is getting better the more he plays. Good effort against a good team.  Over and out. 

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7 minutes ago, jimbo said:

Maybe the bigs will be more effective later in the year. Lauderdale is getting better the more he plays. Good effort against a good team.  Over and out. 

Yep, Lauderdale had a solid game. I'm starting to like his motor. 

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7 minutes ago, UAalum72 said:

Guy behind me said Lauderdale reminded him of Jimmie Covington

Solid comparison... Very similar. 

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My biggest take away from this game is that Ahmad Clark might be the streakiest shooter I have ever seen. I almost want to see him take a few quick shots early, and if the go in: give him the green light. If they look as bad as they did tonight, either put him on the bench or just order him to not shoot.

I love watching Brooks play, but there was a lot of times I found myself thinking: "Dude, this isn't JUCO. You might be able to make that pass at that level, but with the size and length of solid D1 players, those just won't cut it."

Healy is still very turnover prone, but he shows flashes of greatness. While he is good now, I am betting he will be a stud with some more experience. 

Our bigs need to spend a month in McDonalds eating McRib sandwiches to put on weight, then do nothing but battle with Greg Stire under the rim to toughen up. Someone mentioned that he was on the bench in a suit for Oneonta. I didn't notice him tonight, but since he is officially done with amateur athletics, maybe the team can hire him to be a special advisor or something. 

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I gotta give a shot out to Campbell to BTW. I have never been as down on him as many on this board have been, but he was very good tonight. Some solid hustle plays and 2 huge 3s down the stretch. After these last few games, it looks like he may have turned a corner. I don't think teams can automatically sag off him at this moment: which will be huge for the team come conference play.

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Team continues to play well at times . But there are several times they look lost. Need to remind myself this is a young team. 

It will be very interesting to see what Brown does in a couple of weeks. I think redshirting 3 again may be a mistake.  However after missing a 3rd of the season or more, it might make sense to redshirt. 

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Stire was on the bench for the 2nd game in a row wearing a very nice suit and holding a clipboard. I think it's safe to say he's part of the staff, just hasn't been announced for some reason. Maybe intern'ing?

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Stat tracker:

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	
Canisius	OOC	75	66	25	23	47	60	53.2%	38.3%	8	6	18	30	44.4%	20.0%	17	14	25	25	68.0%	56.0%	37	32	17	12	5	11	1	2	18	8	19	24
Oneonta		OOC	79	62	30	24	63	62	47.6%	38.7%	7	9	22	24	31.8%	37.5%	12	5	16	8	75.0%	62.5%	45	32	14	16	8	9	2	6	17	19	13	20
																																	
Tot. W			154	128	55	47	110	122	50.0%	38.5%	15	15	40	54	37.5%	27.8%	29	19	41	33	70.7%	57.6%	82	64	31	28	13	20	3	8	35	27	32	44
Avg. W			77.0	64.0	27.5	23.5	55.0	61.0	50.4%	38.5%	7.5	7.5	20.0	27.0	38.1%	28.8%	14.5	9.5	20.5	16.5	71.5%	59.3%	41.0	32.0	15.5	14.0	6.5	10.0	1.5	4.0	17.5	13.5	16.0	22.0
																																	
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	
Iona		OOC	68	72	21	25	58	57	36.2%	43.9%	11	6	24	25	45.8%	24.0%	15	16	16	25	93.8%	64.0%	39	34	10	16	0	12	0	2	22	13	20	16
Boston Univ.	OOC	61	71	20	28	59	55	33.9%	50.9%	5	10	20	22	25.0%	45.5%	16	5	22	11	72.7%	45.5%	33	40	14	18	7	3	3	4	8	14	13	21
Holy Cross	OOC	65	69	23	26	63	56	36.5%	46.4%	10	5	28	17	35.7%	29.4%	9	12	14	20	64.3%	60.0%	45	32	16	18	5	6	1	7	15	9	22	12
																																	
Tot. L			194	212	64	79	180	168	35.6%	47.0%	26	21	72	64	36.1%	32.8%	40	33	52	56	76.9%	58.9%	117	106	40	52	12	21	4	13	45	36	55	49
Avg. L			64.7	70.7	21.3	26.3	60.0	56.0	35.5%	47.1%	8.7	7.0	24.0	21.3	35.5%	33.0%	13.3	11.0	17.3	18.7	76.9%	56.5%	39.0	35.3	13.3	17.3	4.0	7.0	1.3	4.3	15.0	12.0	18.3	16.3
																																	
Tot. (all)		348	340	119	126	290	290	41.0%	43.4%	41	36	112	118	36.6%	30.5%	69	52	93	89	74.2%	58.4%	199	170	71	80	25	41	7	21	80	63	87	93
Avg. (all)		69.6	68.0	23.8	25.2	58.0	58.0	41.5%	43.6%	8.2	7.2	22.4	23.6	36.6%	31.3%	13.8	10.4	18.6	17.8	74.8%	57.6%	39.8	34.0	14.2	16.0	5.0	8.2	1.4	4.2	16.0	12.6	17.4	18.6
			PTS		FGM		FGA		FG%		3PTM		3PTA		3PT%		FTM		FTA		FT%		RBG		AST		STL		BLK		TO		FOUL	

 

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