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[MBB] Game #29: 2/27/19 - 7:00PM vs New Hampshire

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Better to have a $ienater now than in three games from now.  Knock some sense into them .  Can’t only blame Clark for that horrible drive, or Rizzuto for his 3 pointer, or Brown for the lack of timeout.  $ienaty effort all around.  What’s better, the 5th, 6th, or 7th seed in terms of Vermont?

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We got out assisted and turned it over a bunch more. To me, that was the difference. We clearly didn't care today...to move the ball or hold onto it.

 

UAlbany Wins																																			
** Albany stats are the left side in each grouping **																																			
Opponent	Type	LOC	ATN	PTS		FGM		FGA		FG%		3PTM		3PTA		3PT%		FTM		FTA		FT%		REB		AST		STL		BLK		TO		FOUL	
Canisius	OOC	Away	1540	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	Home	1659	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
Monmouth	OOC	Home	1902	82	63	21	24	46	60	45.7%	40.0%	14	5	29	20	48.3%	25.0%	26	10	30	19	86.7%	52.6%	27	40	15	10	7	7	4	1	16	18	19	24
Manhattan	OOC	Home	1412	77	67	20	27	40	58	50.0%	46.6%	9	6	20	18	45.0%	33.3%	28	7	35	13	80.0%	53.8%	33	24	16	18	7	11	4	2	19	13	18	27
Niagara		OOC	Away	829	79	74	29	22	64	60	45.3%	36.7%	10	8	28	22	35.7%	36.4%	11	22	13	30	84.6%	73.3%	40	37	13	8	6	4	0	6	12	8	22	17
Hartford	AE	Home	2085	84	77	25	24	52	51	48.1%	47.1%	10	11	25	23	40.0%	47.8%	24	18	33	26	72.7%	69.2%	32	28	16	16	10	9	3	4	16	16	22	23
New Hampshire	AE	Away	283	62	42	18	13	47	53	38.3%	24.5%	9	7	22	27	40.9%	25.9%	17	8	23	16	73.9%	50.0%	31	46	8	4	7	2	1	2	11	18	22	19
Binghamton	AE	Home	3891	64	50	24	17	61	47	39.3%	36.2%	12	5	32	17	37.5%	29.4%	4	11	9	21	44.4%	52.4%	42	34	17	9	6	7	1	3	11	12	18	13
Maine		AE	Away	989	63	54	22	23	49	51	44.9%	45.1%	8	3	23	12	34.8%	25.0%	11	5	13	8	84.6%	62.5%	32	26	15	16	8	6	0	6	16	16	14	16
Stony Brook	AE	Away	3210	74	70	22	26	53	65	41.5%	40.0%	11	5	27	22	40.7%	22.7%	19	13	27	24	70.4%	54.2%	40	41	11	12	6	6	7	2	17	11	22	22
UMBC		AE	Home	2306	84	75	27	30	48	54	56.3%	55.6%	13	10	27	18	48.1%	55.6%	17	5	22	7	77.3%	71.4%	25	25	20	18	9	3	7	3	12	12	15	20
																																			
Tot. W		OOC		7342	392	332	125	120	260	300	48.1%	40.0%	48	34	117	114	41.0%	29.8%	94	58	119	95	79.0%	61.1%	182	165	75	64	33	42	11	17	82	66	91	112
		AE		12764	431	368	138	133	310	321	44.5%	41.4%	63	41	156	119	40.4%	34.5%	92	60	127	102	72.4%	58.8%	202	200	87	75	46	33	19	20	83	85	113	113
																																			
Avg. W		OOC		1468.4	78.4	66.4	25.0	24.0	52.0	60.0	48.1%	40.0%	9.6	6.8	23.4	22.8	41.0%	29.8%	18.8	11.6	23.8	19.0	79.0%	61.1%	36.4	33.0	15.0	12.8	6.6	8.4	2.2	3.4	16.4	13.2	18.2	22.4
		AE		2127.3	71.8	61.3	23.0	22.2	51.7	53.5	44.5%	41.4%	10.5	6.8	26.0	19.8	40.4%	34.5%	15.3	10.0	21.2	17.0	72.4%	58.8%	33.7	33.3	14.5	12.5	7.7	5.5	3.2	3.3	13.8	14.2	18.8	18.8
																																			
Tot. W				20106	823	700	263	253	570	621	46.1%	40.7%	111	75	273	233	40.7%	32.2%	186	118	246	197	75.6%	59.9%	384	365	162	139	79	75	30	37	165	151	204	225
Avg. W				1827.8	74.8	63.6	23.9	23.0	51.8	56.5	46.4%	40.8%	10.1	6.8	24.8	21.2	40.7%	32.6%	16.9	10.7	22.4	17.9	74.3%	59.8%	34.9	33.2	14.7	12.6	7.2	6.8	2.7	3.4	15.0	13.7	18.5	20.5
																																			
UAlbany Losses																																			
** Albany stats are the left side in each grouping **																																			
Opponent	Type	LOC	ATN	PTS		FGM		FGA		FG%		3PTM		3PTA		3PT%		FTM		FTA		FT%		REB		AST		STL		BLK		TO		FOUL	
Iona		OOC	Away	1871	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	Home	2579	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	Home	1614	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
UW-Milwaukee	OOC	Away	952	70	79	23	31	59	53	39.0%	58.5%	10	12	30	21	33.3%	57.1%	14	5	17	7	82.4%	71.4%	28	32	12	19	7	1	2	4	8	12	9	14
LIU Brooklyn	OOC	Neutral	-	77	80	25	26	56	63	44.6%	41.3%	6	11	22	28	27.3%	39.3%	21	17	27	22	77.8%	77.3%	42	32	10	13	6	10	5	6	26	16	24	21
Dartmouth	OOC	Neutral	-	77	91	26	30	61	57	42.6%	52.6%	6	17	22	33	27.3%	51.5%	19	14	23	21	82.6%	66.7%	30	37	11	21	8	6	0	4	11	15	16	21
Yale		OOC	Away	904	63	71	23	29	60	54	38.3%	53.7%	8	4	26	14	30.8%	28.6%	9	9	13	22	69.2%	40.9%	32	40	15	19	6	4	1	2	11	13	19	16
Dartmouth	OOC	Home	1740	52	61	18	22	60	53	30.0%	41.5%	8	7	24	24	33.3%	29.2%	8	10	14	16	57.1%	62.5%	32	45	7	15	4	1	2	4	5	11	16	18
Providence	OOC	Away	4855	43	73	15	24	50	57	30.0%	42.1%	6	6	25	18	24.0%	33.3%	7	19	13	24	53.8%	79.2%	31	42	5	12	6	9	2	4	22	14	27	17
Kent State	OOC	Away	2114	68	70	24	24	53	60	45.3%	40.0%	8	6	23	22	34.8%	27.3%	12	16	15	20	80.0%	80.0%	39	28	9	10	2	10	3	5	17	6	18	15
Vermont		AE	Home	2733	51	80	19	31	54	57	35.2%	54.4%	5	10	21	26	23.8%	38.5%	8	8	11	13	72.7%	61.5%	26	39	10	17	9	5	2	4	12	12	16	15
Maine		AE	Home	1793	62	66	20	22	49	51	40.8%	43.1%	11	12	30	28	36.7%	42.9%	11	10	20	13	55.0%	76.9%	33	30	13	17	6	10	1	5	14	12	15	16
Umass-Lowell	AE	Away	411	72	84	27	31	55	53	49.1%	58.5%	8	8	22	19	36.4%	42.1%	8	14	9	16	88.9%	87.5%	25	28	12	14	4	3	1	3	13	9	18	17
UMBC		AE	Away	1659	64	65	21	24	52	56	40.4%	42.9%	10	6	29	18	34.5%	33.3%	12	11	17	15	70.6%	73.3%	37	31	12	9	4	7	1	1	14	10	19	18
Stony Brook	AE	Home	2316	66	67	23	26	67	62	34.3%	41.9%	8	7	31	22	25.8%	31.8%	12	8	16	14	75.0%	57.1%	44	40	19	12	7	5	4	6	9	13	14	13
Vermont		AE	Away	3116	49	67	18	24	49	59	36.7%	40.7%	8	10	20	25	40.0%	40.0%	5	9	9	9	55.6%	100.0%	29	39	9	12	7	6	1	7	15	12	14	13
Umass-Lowell	AE	Home	1876	54	86	23	34	61	59	37.7%	57.6%	4	8	26	21	15.4%	38.1%	4	10	10	13	40.0%	76.9%	23	45	18	21	10	9	4	6	14	19	15	15
New Hampshire	AE	Home	1560	58	62	18	23	45	50	40.0%	46.0%	6	9	21	22	28.6%	40.9%	16	7	20	13	80.0%	53.8%	34	26	5	13	3	7	2	0	14	8	13	15
																																			
Tot. L		OOC		16629	644	737	218	265	579	565	37.7%	46.9%	78	84	244	224	32.0%	37.5%	130	123	174	188	74.7%	65.4%	351	362	109	161	51	62	19	42	145	123	184	171
		AE		15464	476	577	169	215	432	447	39.1%	48.1%	60	70	200	181	30.0%	38.7%	76	77	112	106	67.9%	72.6%	251	278	98	115	50	52	16	32	105	95	124	122
																																			
Avg. L		OOC		1662.9	64.4	73.7	21.8	26.5	57.9	56.5	37.7%	46.9%	7.8	8.4	24.4	22.4	32.0%	37.5%	13.0	12.3	17.4	18.8	74.7%	65.4%	35.1	36.2	10.9	16.1	5.1	6.2	1.9	4.2	14.5	12.3	18.4	17.1
		AE		1933.0	59.5	72.1	21.1	26.9	54.0	55.9	39.1%	48.1%	7.5	8.8	25.0	22.6	30.0%	38.7%	9.5	9.6	14.0	13.3	67.9%	72.6%	31.4	34.8	12.3	14.4	6.3	6.5	2.0	4.0	13.1	11.9	15.5	15.3
																																			
Tot. L				32093	1120	1314	387	480	1011	1012	38.3%	47.4%	138	154	444	405	31.1%	38.0%	206	200	286	294	72.0%	68.0%	602	640	207	276	101	114	35	74	250	218	308	293
Avg. L				1782.9	62.2	73.0	21.5	26.7	56.2	56.2	38.4%	47.6%	7.7	8.6	24.7	22.5	31.0%	37.4%	11.4	11.1	15.9	16.3	70.6%	68.6%	33.4	35.6	11.5	15.3	5.6	6.3	1.9	4.1	13.9	12.1	17.1	16.3
																																			
Tot. (all)			52199	1943	2014	650	733	1581	1633	41.1%	44.9%	249	229	717	638	34.7%	35.9%	392	318	532	491	73.7%	64.8%	986	1005	369	415	180	189	65	111	415	369	512	518
Avg. (all)			1800.0	67.0	69.4	22.4	25.3	54.5	56.3	41.4%	45.0%	8.6	7.9	24.7	22.0	34.7%	35.6%	13.5	11.0	18.3	16.9	72.0%	65.3%	34.0	34.7	12.7	14.3	6.2	6.5	2.2	3.8	14.3	12.7	17.7	17.9
			LOC	ATN	PTS		FGM		FGA		FG%		3PTM		3PTA		3PT%		FTM		FTA		FT%		REB		AST		STL		BLK		TO		FOUL	

 

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22 minutes ago, uofalbany said:

Better to have a $ienater now than in three games from now.  Knock some sense into them .  Can’t only blame Clark for that horrible drive, or Rizzuto for his 3 pointer, or Brown for the lack of timeout.  $ienaty effort all around.  What’s better, the 5th, 6th, or 7th seed in terms of Vermont?

The America east re-seeds so you’ll face Vermont either way in the second round unless the 2 or 3 seed lose.

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5 minutes ago, BhillGuy said:

Albany has never played a team ranked below 347 in D1 basketball. UNH is 350 out of 353. Lost at home.

Time to push in the other baseline bleachers.

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4 hours ago, uofalbany said:

Better to have a $ienater now than in three games from now.  Knock some sense into them .  Can’t only blame Clark for that horrible drive, or Rizzuto for his 3 pointer, or Brown for the lack of timeout.  $ienaty effort all around.  What’s better, the 5th, 6th, or 7th seed in terms of Vermont?

Brown called for a time out 5 or 6 times. Noone heard.

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If last night didn't convince EVERYONE here that this Albany team desperately needs a PG, nothing will. If a scholarship were to somehow become available, it's imperative that someone is recruited to run with the other young kids for the next 3/4 years. There is NO answer on the roster at the PG spot. 

Last night the PG went for 2-8 with 1 rb, 1ast and 4to's one of them being ABSOLUTELY critical, at least the 3rd time this season in a loss where his poor decision probably cost us the game. 29 games into the season and here we sit...

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8 minutes ago, Clickclack said:

If last night didn't convince EVERYONE here that this Albany team desperately needs a PG, nothing will. If a scholarship were to somehow become available, it's imperative that someone is recruited to run with the other young kids for the next 3/4 years. There is NO answer on the roster at the PG spot. 

Last night the PG went for 2-8 with 1 rb, 1ast and 4to's one of them being ABSOLUTELY critical, at least the 3rd time this season in a loss where his poor decision probably cost us the game. 29 games into the season and here we sit...

100 percent right . I assuming (and I know I shouldn't) that because we are still recruiting,  that there will be at least one more scholarship to give.  Really need to work hard on this one and get a good pg. We can't miss on this one. A point guard is the difference in a couple of years of being good or great. 

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44 minutes ago, UA1882 said:

100 percent right . I assuming (and I know I shouldn't) that because we are still recruiting,  that there will be at least one more scholarship to give.  Really need to work hard on this one and get a good pg. We can't miss on this one. A point guard is the difference in a couple of years of being good or great. 

Agree gentlemen but here in lies the problem.  We can not get a solid D1 point guard that is a senior in HS because they have already signed elsewhere unless they were a late bloomer, committed to a D2/D3 school and can back out to join UA after a much improved senior season.  So that may leave us with the JUCO route again which is hit or miss, more miss, and they always need a year to acclimate.  I know another year of Clark, backed up by Brooks I guess, could hamper the development of the team.  What a conundrum.

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Anyone have info on the “elbow” Rizzuto took to the face late in the game? Announcers said that the ref said if they review it and find no contact and Rizzuto was embellishing it he’d be called for a technical. So did Brown ask him if he got hit for real and Rizzuto told him no?

 

 

 

 

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Curious on the Rizzuto thing too. That's quite the embellishment though...he went absolutely FLYING.

And agreed on Clark. I've been saying it all season and people have disagreed...he is Nichols 2.0. Plays to his own beat. If he wants a shot, he'll take a shot all else be damned. If he wants to drive to the hoop and ignore a guy in a corner and throw up some double pump, reverse, 360 spin, between the legs, around the head, off the backboard layup...he'll do just that, all else be damned. Granted he has made the right decision a number of times, but more often than not, his decision making is terrible. He's cost us a LOT this season. At least a couple of wins.

I'm sure he's a great guy and from all accounts it sounds like he is 100x the teammate that Nichols was...so I feel bad saying this, but on the floor, I think he's gotten the 'I'm the man this year' feelin a bit too much. Thing is, he isn't even The Man. Cameron Healey is The Man. This is Cam's team IMO.

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Really can't figure out Lulka...last three games a combined 4-6 FG's...so 6 FG tries...6. Two games prior to that puts up 14/9 and 16/6 in a split. What's up with this guy...do they not even attempt to feed him the ball? 6 tries? I don't get it...

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4 hours ago, UA'08 said:

Anyone have info on the “elbow” Rizzuto took to the face late in the game? Announcers said that the ref said if they review it and find no contact and Rizzuto was embellishing it he’d be called for a technical. So did Brown ask him if he got hit for real and Rizzuto told him no?

 

 

 

 

Wasnt sure itd show up on the replay angle, which it didnt. Wasnt worth the risk.

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