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Game #5: 11/17/22 - 7:00PM at St. Joseph's


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35 minutes ago, Clickclack said:

Brown had a history of poor recruiting, high turnover and awful offense....hire a new AD and let him go to work. 

He also had a career winning record, 5 NCAA tournament appearances and in 18 years, had nothing like the crap we've seen in the last 18 months from the current staff. You can't spin that away no matter how hard you try.

None of that matters now, this is where we are and it's where we're going to be for a while. We are a diet version of the 2009 Binghamton, without the winning.

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12 minutes ago, Dane Pound said:

He also had a career winning record, 5 NCAA tournament appearances and in 18 years, had nothing like the crap we've seen in the last 18 months from the current staff. You can't spin that away no matter how hard you try.

None of that matters now, this is where we are and it's where we're going to be for a while. We are a diet version of the 2009 Binghamton, without the winning.

No one spinning anything ...I was here for all of it. I know what I watched... especially last 5 years. Great highs....and a lot of crap basketball.

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16 minutes ago, Dane Pound said:

We are a diet version of the 2009 Binghamton, without the winning.

Lol. I’ve posted plenty of stupid things, but this one is right up there. Comparing this team to a bunch of convicted felons. Continue grinding that axe. 

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27 minutes ago, UA'08 said:

Lol. I’ve posted plenty of stupid things, but this one is right up there. Comparing this team to a bunch of convicted felons. Continue grinding that axe. 

I did say "diet" but yeah, I probably shouldn't post after watching. Or maybe just stop watching. 

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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	
Immaculata	OOC	Away	250	74	47	28	17	54	39	51.9%	43.6%	10	3	25	12	40.0%	25.0%	8	10	17	25	47.1%	40.0%	42	20	19	8	11	16	0	4	24	22	23	17
Union		OOC	Home	500	87	75	30	29	60	61	50.0%	47.5%	9	5	24	12	37.5%	41.7%	18	12	24	14	75.0%	85.7%	37	30	17	17	7	4	5	2	12	15	16	18
																																				
Tot. W		OOC		750	161	122	58	46	114	100	50.9%	46.0%	19	8	49	24	38.8%	33.3%	26	22	41	39	63.4%	56.4%	79	50	36	25	18	20	5	6	36	37	39	35
Avg. W		OOC		375.0	80.5	61.0	29.0	23.0	57.0	50.0	50.9%	46.0%	9.5	4.0	24.5	12.0	38.8%	33.3%	13.0	11.0	20.5	19.5	63.4%	56.4%	39.5	25.0	18.0	12.5	9.0	10.0	2.5	3.0	18.0	18.5	19.5	17.5
																																			
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	
Towson		OOC	Away	3242	62	67	19	23	53	53	35.8%	43.4%	10	3	31	12	32.3%	25.0%	14	18	18	21	77.8%	85.7%	34	32	14	13	5	6	4	3	15	13	21	16
Siena		OOC	Away	9561	62	75	21	23	54	54	38.9%	42.6%	8	9	22	17	36.4%	52.9%	12	20	18	33	66.7%	60.6%	30	42	7	14	4	4	3	5	12	13	27	18
St. Josephs	OOC	Away	1452	79	99	25	31	60	55	41.7%	56.4%	9	12	27	26	33.3%	46.2%	20	25	29	43	69.0%	58.1%	34	38	12	16	7	10	1	1	12	12	29	27
																																		
Tot. L		OOC		14255	203	241	65	77	167	162	38.9%	47.5%	27	24	80	55	33.8%	43.6%	46	63	65	97	70.8%	64.9%	98	112	33	43	16	20	8	9	39	38	77	61
Avg. L		OOC		4751.7	67.7	80.3	21.7	25.7	55.7	54.0	38.9%	47.5%	9.0	8.0	26.7	18.3	33.8%	43.6%	15.3	21.0	21.7	32.3	70.8%	64.9%	32.7	37.3	11.0	14.3	5.3	6.7	2.7	3.0	13.0	12.7	25.7	20.3
																																			
Tot. (all)			15005	364	363	123	123	281	262	1	1	46	32	129	79	1	1	72	85	106	136	1	1	177	162	69	68	34	40	13	15	75	75	116	96
Avg. (all)			3001.0	72.8	72.6	24.6	24.6	56.2	52.4	43.7%	46.7%	9.2	6.4	25.8	15.8	35.9%	38.2%	14.4	17.0	21.2	27.2	67.1%	66.0%	35.4	32.4	13.8	13.6	6.8	8.0	2.6	3.0	15.0	15.0	23.2	19.2
			LOC	ATN	PTS		FGM		FGA		FG%		3PTM		3PTA		3PT%		FTM		FTA		FT%		REB		AST		STL		BLK		TO		FOUL	

 

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Very easy to be fired up with all that's going on in our little world of UA. Very easy to go overboard with posts. I'm guilty as charged.

There was a lot of positive with this dumpster fire of a game. 

As I said before, we did win by 9 after the 8:00 mark of the first half. 

St. Joe's was really physical in the first few minutes and the team started playing angry. This caused some bad shots and a ton of fouls. Miss the few good shots and they were quickly down a lot, and frustration took over. Whistle happy refs didn't help and all of a sudden it was 35-6. Learning to stay cool, calm, and collected is something this team doesn't seem to have and something the coaches need to work on them with. You want your team to play with a little anger, but that's to get you going. When you are down you need ice. Maybe it comes as they play more together, and maybe some of it could be the more than obvious distraction / cloud. It's more than just the off the court distraction though, as it's the same thing that happened when LCC went on their run.

The aforementioned whistle happy refs started to get everyone into foul trouble with Reddish and Little having 4 each in the first half and almost everyone else with 2 or 3. 

Davis went 6-11 from 3 for 32 points. No assists is concerning for the primary ball handler though. If he can continue to shoot over 50% from the floor, I'll take it.

Reddish had a monster dunk after a great fake on his defender. It was sullied by the technical, but I have no idea what it was for. Maybe words were said, but you couldn't see anything on the replay. Still had 15 points with foul trouble and almost no production in the first half.

Beagle continues to a big piece and more than anyone could have predicted. If he can continue to learn and get comfortable the skies the limit for him. Could be on an all-conference team as soon as this year. Never been a fan of big men shooting from the outside, but if he can prove he's a threat it can really open up the inside. Really help open the lane for for the drive. Would have been awesome for a player like Neely giving him room to work. Unfortunately we likely won't see that till next season.

Drumgoole and Patel were both very quiet this game. Little was very good in his time on the floor. Still needs work on D, but was productive.  Hutch has not been shooting well at all. The last 2 years he has been terrible shooting outside during the OOC, while shooting pretty well during conference play. Ketner played well too. Giving more than anyone gave him credit for. 6 rebounds and 8 points. He still seems to miss to many layups though. 

Honestly, this game was ugly hardnosed Philidelphia style basketball. They were meaner and hit first, but in retrospect I can still see this team winning it's share of conference games and improving throughout the year. We had some pretty good teams that did not look good to start the season then make a run late.

Had to dust off my purple and gold glasses to post that one lol

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The only mention of last night's game in the Times Union printed edition was this:

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UAlbany men in action Sarju Patel, center, and Jonathan Beagle, left, defend against St. Joseph’s Lynn Greer III during their game on Thursday at Hagan Arena in Philadelphia. For more:

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