I can't make this bold enough. Like I need to scrawl it on the screen with a Sharpie. Or purchase a billboard outside of the Hall with this in giant orange letters.Our best sources of offense: 1. Transition. 2. Kofi or Giorgi down low against single defender. 3. Trent or Griffin shooting 3s. 4. Ayo mid range pull up.
Our ability to create looks in those ways is often limited, and when they are we stagnate and resort to having shaky shooters take 3s (ayo, Damonte, Giorgi, kip, Feliz). Agree with you that we can’t rely too heavily on that.
Our best case is to try to get out in transition and score at the bucket every time and when we get stifled, try to feed it into Giorgi or Kofi to pressure the interior. Then if a three opens up for Trent or griffin, give them the ball. Underwood needs to be teaching two things right now- (1) passing in and out of the post and (2) creating good looks for griffin and Trent through movement, screening etc.
I agree with this. We are a couple possessions away from having a 12-3 record. Most on this borad would be over the moon if we were in that position. We shouldn't get overly down about the MSU game or too high bout the Purdue game. We held serve at home against Purdue in our best effort all year. Now we need to be hungry enough to beat some road teams. This is a winnable game and a perfect time to end the losing streak against the Badgers. I hope the boys come ready to play!I can't make this bold enough. Like I need to scrawl it on the screen with a Sharpie. Or purchase a billboard outside of the Hall with this in giant orange letters.
Your beer talks to you, too?I think if this team has really turned the corner and is going to make the tournament then we gotta win this game. Wisconsin is very beatable and this would be a nice road win. I have confidence we get this done. That could be the Blue Moon talking though.