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[MBB] Game #16: 1/5/19 - 7PM vs UVM **COACHES CURE CF GAME**


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2 minutes ago, UA'08 said:

I thought Hank was playing well. Played hard and was not in foul trouble and only plays 14 minutes???

Everyone thought Lauderdale and French were coming along and they get 3 min total??

I'm with you... I don't know what he's doing with this rotation right now...

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Just now, Albany Weave said:

Why didn't he play the bench more in the last 10 minutes? We know what Campbell can and can not do. I also thought he should of rested Lulka more since he did not look right with his wrist injury.

Guy put up 15/8 with 3stls and 2 blocks... I though he was one of few bright spots. 

 

I don't know why de Sousa can't get in and Campbell plays 24 minutes 2pts zero rebounds... I mean seriously... How? 

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Campbell needs to find a permanent seat on the bench by Fruschio. For every game where he might make 1 or 2 big jumpers, the guy has 5 games of going 1-10 for like 2 points. And his defensive prowess is vastly over rated. Kid is slow footed. Or he's lazy...senioritis?

 

Stat tracker:

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
																																		
Tot. W			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
Avg. W			1468.4	78.4	66.4	25.0	24.0	52.0	60.0	48.4%	40.1%	9.6	6.8	23.4	22.8	41.1%	30.4%	18.8	11.6	23.8	19.0	78.9%	59.7%	36.4	33.0	15.0	12.8	6.6	8.4	2.2	3.4	16.4	13.2	18.2	22.4
																																			
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
																																			
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		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
																																			
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		2733.0	51.0	80.0	19.0	31.0	54.0	57.0	35.2%	54.4%	5.0	10.0	21.0	26.0	23.8%	38.5%	8.0	8.0	11.0	13.0	72.7%	61.5%	26.0	39.0	10.0	17.0	9.0	5.0	2.0	4.0	12.0	12.0	16.0	15.0
																																			
Tot. L				19362	695	817	237	296	633	622	37.4%	47.6%	83	94	265	250	31.3%	37.6%	138	131	185	201	74.6%	65.2%	377	401	119	178	60	67	21	46	157	135	200	186
Avg. L				1760.2	63.2	74.3	21.5	26.9	57.5	56.5	37.4%	47.8%	7.5	8.5	24.1	22.7	31.0%	36.7%	12.5	11.9	16.8	18.3	73.3%	64.4%	34.3	36.5	10.8	16.2	5.5	6.1	1.9	4.2	14.3	12.3	18.2	16.9
																																			
Tot. (all)			26704	1087	1149	362	416	893	922	40.5%	45.1%	131	128	382	364	34.3%	35.2%	232	189	304	296	76.3%	63.9%	559	566	194	242	93	109	32	63	239	201	291	298
Avg. (all)			1669.0	67.9	71.8	22.6	26.0	55.8	57.6	40.8%	45.3%	8.2	8.0	23.9	22.8	34.1%	34.7%	14.5	11.8	19.0	18.5	75.0%	63.0%	34.9	35.4	12.1	15.1	5.8	6.8	2.0	3.9	14.9	12.6	18.2	18.6
			LOC	ATN	PTS		FGM		FGA		FG%		3PTM		3PTA		3PT%		FTM		FTA		FT%		REB		AST		STL		BLK		TO		FOUL	

 

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Outsmarted and out-toughed.

Vermont did exactly what they should have done against Clark. Double team and force the ball out of his hands and we weren't able to run offense after that happened. He compounded it by trying to do too much when there was nothing there. He's going to get killed here but I thought he played his butt off. He made some bad decisions and Vermont didn't make many, if any.

I often defend Devonte but he didn't look like he wanted to be on the floor tonight. 

As others said, Lulka was the only bright spot other than the extended GDAC area.

Puzzled about some of the linesups. I thought Hank played well. Also, Lauderdale is physical. Surprised he didn't see the floor as we were getting beat-up inside.

 

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9 minutes ago, Dane Pound said:

As others said, Lulka was the only bright spot other than the extended GDAC area.

I thought this was interesting. Granted we don't have many students who come to games but IMO they should always do this as it send the fans who'd normally sit there (and/or the Band) to another section and helps fill out the main sections of the arena.

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4 hours ago, Clickclack said:

Vermont walked in and took the soul of this team... Brutal loss. We look like a d2 team against them. Beaten like a drum... 

 

With a young team... This loss may send them into a spiral. They aren't competitive AT ALL. 

Tonight's loss was neither the players' fault nor a product of coaching. Vermont is simply bigger, faster, more athletic, and better. UVM consistently gets 3-star recruits, and we, for the most part, get 2-star recruits. Our players did their best out there. A few thoughts:

-We are closer to Oneonta in talent than UVM

-We have a great coach who will help our players reach their genetic potential and play great as a team. We will improve, but UVM's current and future ceiling for their players is higher.

-UVM's bench might beat our starters. Their guards are so much better and more physical.

-Coach and the players are doing everything they can. And they will improve.

-Lamb is a great player but to compare him to former SB player Warney is blasphemy. Warney was incredible.

-If our guards can improve over the next year to play like the Duncans on UVM, I would be very happy.

-We were lucky to lose by only 30. For those of you who did not see the game or were not there in person, the talent difference is striking. Think prior UA teams vs Duke or UA vs Oneonta (last year) level of difference. Closing this talent gap will take awhile.

- I feel bad for the players; there was nothing they could have done, and to have to endure that before a relatively large crowd was humiliating. 

-I remember VCU whooped us at home several years ago. Was this our worst loss at home in Coach Brown's tenure? Did Jamar ever lose a game this bad at home?

-So how do we consistently sign 3-star recruits like UVM? I have no idea, but it will probably fall partially on us (the fans). More fans consistently attending the games, more donations for basketball, and fundraising for a new arena. Also, while Albany is larger than Burlington, UVM doesn't have to compete for media coverage, fans, sponsors, etc. UVM is also a basketball school and does not have a football team to support like we do. 

 

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3 hours ago, Eli said:

Clark can beat people off the dribble but he usually finishes it with a stupid trick shot layup trying to get a foul call. 

Because he is too small. It's not his fault, and he plays his tail off. He is just outmatched physically compared to UVM. Love the guy though and hope he keeps getting after it.

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Hang around after the game, listen to post game analysis, the Clark factor and the lack of emotion coming out for the 2nd half.  I wonder why more of the team is not rotated in.  Lots of hype on the new pick ups and now little to show for it particularly tonight.  Can the team recover and move on?  We have to wait seven days to find out.  

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1 hour ago, UA_MA_2000 said:

Tonight's loss was neither the players' fault nor a product of coaching. Vermont is simply bigger, faster, more athletic, and better. UVM consistently gets 3-star recruits, and we, for the most part, get 2-star recruits. Our players did their best out there. A few thoughts:

-We are closer to Oneonta in talent than UVM

-We have a great coach who will help our players reach their genetic potential and play great as a team. We will improve, but UVM's current and future ceiling for their players is higher.

-UVM's bench might beat our starters. Their guards are so much better and more physical.

-Coach and the players are doing everything they can. And they will improve.

-Lamb is a great player but to compare him to former SB player Warney is blasphemy. Warney was incredible.

-If our guards can improve over the next year to play like the Duncans on UVM, I would be very happy.

-We were lucky to lose by only 30. For those of you who did not see the game or were not there in person, the talent difference is striking. Think prior UA teams vs Duke or UA vs Oneonta (last year) level of difference. Closing this talent gap will take awhile.

- I feel bad for the players; there was nothing they could have done, and to have to endure that before a relatively large crowd was humiliating. 

-I remember VCU whooped us at home several years ago. Was this our worst loss at home in Coach Brown's tenure? Did Jamar ever lose a game this bad at home?

-So how do we consistently sign 3-star recruits like UVM? I have no idea, but it will probably fall partially on us (the fans). More fans consistently attending the games, more donations for basketball, and fundraising for a new arena. Also, while Albany is larger than Burlington, UVM doesn't have to compete for media coverage, fans, sponsors, etc. UVM is also a basketball school and does not have a football team to support like we do. 

 

I disagree with so much of this post but I'm to tired to respond maybe tomorrow or Monday. 

 

You need to go do some homework on how many 3 star recruits uvm has... Lamb was one... That's it. Moll I think may 2 but he was awful today. Now imagine running 4 molls out there as far as experience and maturity. That's what Albany is doing with rizzuto, Healey Hanks and lulka who had 15/8 today with 3stl and 3 blks. 

 

Even Clark who is regressing as he presses... Played almost no minutes last year. I know I'm in the minority here but we'll be alright. 

 

This uvm team is not as good as last years team with the bigs they had... And will take another step back next year with ernie graduating. 

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56 minutes ago, Clickclack said:

I disagree with so much of this post but I'm to tired to respond maybe tomorrow or Monday. 

 

You need to go do some homework on how many 3 star recruits uvm has... Lamb was one... That's it. Moll I think may 2 but he was awful today. Now imagine running 4 molls out there as far as experience and maturity. That's what Albany is doing with rizzuto, Healey Hanks and lulka who had 15/8 today with 3stl and 3 blks. 

 

Even Clark who is regressing as he presses... Played almost no minutes last year. I know I'm in the minority here but we'll be alright. 

 

This uvm team is not as good as last years team with the bigs they had... And will take another step back next year with ernie graduating. 

Fair enough, but recruiting stars aside, the talent disparity was stunning--at all positions, especially guard play.

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Just now, UA_MA_2000 said:

Fair enough, but recruiting stars aside, the talent disparity was stunning--at all positions, especially guard play.

You are comparing us on one of our worst days and them playing their A- game... Of course a 25 year old ernie Duncan is gonna look better then Healey, Rizzuto or Clarke.

 

 

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