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Game #16 (AET 2nd Round): 2/28/21 - 3:00PM vs Harford (Hartford, CT)


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 Last Up: W (67-59) vs NJIT
Next Up: @ Hartford (12-8, 8-6 AE)
Time/Date: 2/28/21 @ 3:00PM
TV/Streaming: ESPN+
Local Radio: ESPN Radio 104.5 FM
ESPN Matchup Predictor: TBD

																																				
	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	
	Vermont		AE	Away	-	63	62	23	23	49	58	46.9%	39.7%	5	10	18	29	27.8%	34.5%	12	6	20	9	60.0%	66.7%	30	33	9	14	7	3	3	4	13	14	17	18
	NJIT		AE	Home	-	83	75	30	30	57	59	52.6%	50.8%	8	9	23	22	34.8%	40.9%	15	6	21	9	71.4%	66.7%	28	26	12	15	10	9	1	0	17	17	13	20
	NJIT		AE	Home	-	83	71	34	27	57	64	59.6%	42.2%	4	7	14	17	28.6%	41.2%	11	10	14	13	78.6%	76.9%	29	28	15	7	6	9	5	1	14	15	19	16
	UNH		AE	Away	-	83	64	27	26	52	60	51.9%	43.3%	7	7	18	19	38.9%	36.8%	22	5	30	7	73.3%	71.4%	24	32	9	9	10	3	1	6	8	15	10	18
	UMass-Lowell	AE	Home	-	81	69	26	26	63	62	41.3%	41.9%	6	7	18	25	33.3%	28.0%	23	10	26	21	88.5%	47.6%	36	38	13	12	14	6	2	8	13	19	22	21
	Stony Brook	AE	Home	-	67	59	23	21	52	59	44.2%	35.6%	7	3	21	19	33.3%	15.8%	14	14	19	22	73.7%	63.6%	34	40	11	6	4	7	2	2	13	13	21	19
	NJIT		AET	Away	-	76	66	27	23	49	55	55.1%	41.8%	8	4	16	18	50.0%	22.2%	14	16	20	18	70.0%	88.9%	29	24	15	8	7	5	4	5	14	10	19	20
																																				
	Tot. W		AE		0	460	400	163	153	330	362	49.4%	42.3%	37	43	112	131	33.0%	32.8%	97	51	130	81	74.6%	63.0%	181	197	69	63	51	37	14	21	78	93	102	112
			AET		0	76	66	27	23	49	55	55.1%	41.8%	8	4	16	18	50.0%	22.2%	14	16	20	18	70.0%	88.9%	29	24	15	8	7	5	4	5	14	10	19	20
																																				
	Avg. W		AE		0.0	76.7	66.7	27.2	25.5	55.0	60.3	49.4%	42.3%	6.2	7.2	18.7	21.8	33.0%	32.8%	16.2	8.5	21.7	13.5	74.6%	63.0%	30.2	32.8	11.5	10.5	8.5	6.2	2.3	3.5	13.0	15.5	17.0	18.7
			AET		0.0	76.0	66.0	27.0	23.0	49.0	55.0	55.1%	41.8%	8.0	4.0	16.0	18.0	50.0%	22.2%	14.0	16.0	20.0	18.0	70.0%	88.9%	29.0	24.0	15.0	8.0	7.0	5.0	4.0	5.0	14.0	10.0	19.0	20.0
																																				
	Tot. W				0	536	466	190	176	379	417	50.1%	42.2%	45	47	128	149	35.2%	31.5%	111	67	150	99	74.0%	67.7%	210	221	84	71	58	42	18	26	92	103	121	132
	Avg. W				0.0	76.6	66.6	27.1	25.1	54.1	59.6	50.2%	42.2%	6.4	6.7	18.3	21.3	35.2%	31.3%	15.9	9.6	21.4	14.1	73.6%	68.8%	30.0	31.6	12.0	10.1	8.3	6.0	2.6	3.7	13.1	14.7	17.3	18.9
																																				
	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	
	UMBC		AE	Home	-	64	65	24	23	62	53	38.7%	43.4%	6	8	19	21	31.6%	38.1%	10	11	13	20	76.9%	55.0%	28	39	14	13	4	6	2	1	9	15	18	18
	UMBC		AE	Home	-	60	65	20	20	62	47	32.3%	42.6%	6	7	22	18	27.3%	38.9%	14	18	19	29	73.7%	62.1%	29	36	9	10	6	2	2	7	11	17	23	18
	Niagara		OOC	Home	-	65	70	24	25	50	50	48.0%	50.0%	9	6	20	17	45.0%	35.3%	8	14	14	14	57.1%	100.0%	23	24	16	12	5	4	0	4	11	10	15	15
	Vermont		AE	Away	-	66	74	24	24	53	52	45.3%	46.2%	10	8	23	21	43.5%	38.1%	8	18	13	22	61.5%	81.8%	22	33	12	15	4	4	1	3	13	15	20	18
	St. Josephs	OOC	Away	-	64	67	25	28	57	54	43.9%	51.9%	8	5	25	19	32.0%	26.3%	6	6	8	11	75.0%	54.5%	27	32	16	17	2	7	1	2	17	18	16	17
	UNH		AE	Away	-	64	71	21	25	56	61	37.5%	41.0%	2	8	15	22	13.3%	36.4%	20	13	26	21	76.9%	61.9%	34	44	3	14	6	4	3	6	10	14	23	21
	UMass-Lowell	AE	Home	-	71	79	28	32	65	53	43.1%	60.4%	7	8	17	16	41.2%	50.0%	8	7	15	11	53.3%	63.6%	25	27	12	21	4	5	0	7	9	16	15	19
	Stony Brook	AE	Home	-	43	59	14	22	54	56	25.9%	39.3%	4	9	18	27	22.2%	33.3%	11	6	15	8	73.3%	75.0%	39	37	9	11	2	10	1	6	13	10	14	17
																																				
																																				
	Tot. L		OOC		0	129	137	49	53	107	104	45.8%	51.0%	17	11	45	36	37.8%	30.6%	14	20	22	25	63.6%	80.0%	50	56	32	29	7	11	1	6	28	28	31	32
			AE		0	368	413	131	146	352	322	37.2%	45.3%	35	48	114	125	30.7%	38.4%	71	73	101	111	70.3%	65.8%	177	216	59	84	26	31	9	30	65	87	113	111
			AET		0	0	0	0	0	0	0	#DIV/0!	#DIV/0!	0	0	0	0	#DIV/0!	#DIV/0!	0	0	0	0	#DIV/0!	#DIV/0!	0	0	0	0	0	0	0	0	0	0	0	0
			PS		0	0	0	0	0	0	0	#DIV/0!	#DIV/0!	0	0	0	0	#DIV/0!	#DIV/0!	0	0	0	0	#DIV/0!	#DIV/0!	0	0	0	0	0	0	0	0	0	0	0	0
																																				
	Avg. L		OOC		0.0	64.5	68.5	24.5	26.5	53.5	52.0	45.8%	51.0%	8.5	5.5	22.5	18.0	37.8%	30.6%	7.0	10.0	11.0	12.5	63.6%	80.0%	25.0	28.0	16.0	14.5	3.5	5.5	0.5	3.0	14.0	14.0	15.5	16.0
			AE		0.0	61.3	68.8	21.8	24.3	58.7	53.7	37.2%	45.3%	5.8	8.0	19.0	20.8	30.7%	38.4%	11.8	12.2	16.8	18.5	70.3%	65.8%	29.5	36.0	9.8	14.0	4.3	5.2	1.5	5.0	10.8	14.5	18.8	18.5
																																				
	Tot. L				0	497	550	180	199	459	426	39.2%	46.7%	52	59	159	161	32.7%	36.6%	85	93	123	136	69.1%	68.4%	227	272	91	113	33	42	10	36	93	115	144	143
	Avg. L				0.0	62.1	68.8	22.5	24.9	57.4	53.3	39.3%	46.8%	6.5	7.4	19.9	20.1	32.0%	37.0%	10.6	11.6	15.4	17.0	68.5%	69.2%	28.4	34.0	11.4	14.1	4.1	5.3	1.3	4.5	11.6	14.4	18.0	17.9
																																				
	Tot. (all)			0	1033	1016	370	375	838	843	44.2%	44.5%	97	106	287	310	33.8%	34.2%	196	160	273	235	71.8%	68.1%	437	493	175	184	91	84	28	62	185	218	265	275
	Avg. (all)			0.0	68.9	67.7	24.7	25.0	55.9	56.2	44.4%	44.7%	6.5	7.1	19.1	20.7	33.5%	34.4%	13.1	10.7	18.2	15.7	70.9%	69.1%	29.1	32.9	11.7	12.3	6.1	5.6	1.9	4.1	12.3	14.5	17.7	18.3
				LOC	ATN	PTS		FGM		FGA		FG%		3PTM		3PTA		3PT%		FTM		FTA		FT%		REB		AST		STL		BLK		TO		FOUL	

 

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Just now, UA1882 said:

Team has had no heart all year. Hopefully they will start to play better but I won't hold my breath.  

I'm not sure I agree with this but the reality is they haven't been able to string two good games together all season...I'm not entirely surprised by this so far. 

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I just started watching about half way through the first.  Defense doesn’t look that bad.  Every first switch has been solid, good communication on the switch back. A few break downs late in the possessions, but Hartford is making some tough shots.   With the switch backs determined by the “scout”, they look spot on.  Probably won’t see much in the way of adjustments just better energy and focus. 

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6 minutes ago, Clickclack said:

I'm not sure I agree with this but the reality is they haven't been able to string two good games together all season...I'm not entirely surprised by this so far. 

Name a game in this shortened season when they won and did not play well ? I looked at the stats.  You can't.  That's kind of my point.  Good teams / team with heart win games when they have an off night.  We have not all season . Does not mean we can't turn it around in the 2nd have (like Vermont) , but we can't win playing the way we are. 

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5 minutes ago, Don Nichols said:

I just started watching about half way through the first.  Defense doesn’t look that bad.  Every first switch has been solid, good communication on the switch back. A few break downs late in the possessions, but Hartford is making some tough shots.   With the switch backs determined by the “scout”, they look spot on.  Probably won’t see much in the way of adjustments just better energy and focus. 

There two bigs were in foul trouble.  The first 10 mins, Hartford had approximately 6 layups and dunks.  They will be back to start the 2nd half but the defense was better with the 2nd string bigs in there. 

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1 minute ago, UA1882 said:

Name a game in this shortened season when they won and did not play well ? I looked at the stats.  You can't.  That's kind of my point.  Good teams / team with heart win games when they have an off night.  We have not all season . Does not mean we can't turn it around in the 2nd have (like Vermont) , but we can't win playing the way we are. 

I don't see winning a game you aren't playing in well as heart. For me playing hard or with hart is an eyeball thing. Are they fighting through not playing well is the effort there? I think obviously it is...they are just getting out-executed by Hartford on offense vs our D. Need to lock in on D...have to!

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