Pregame: Illinois at Wisconsin, Saturday, February 27th, 1:00pm CT, ESPN

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If kofi doesn’t have 15 plus shots today that’s coaching malpractice
On the flip side, if Wisconsin doesn't deny the pass and bring two and even three guys at Kofi....it's also coaching malpractice. It's not as easy as just....get the ball into Kofi 15 times. Then, if they can get it in to him, he's going to get fouled. He's earned the fact that teams deploy the hack a Shaq on him. Missed free throws(especially front ends) are as good as turnovers.
 
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On the flip side, if Wisconsin doesn't deny the pass and bring two and even three guys at Kofi....it's also coaching malpractice. It's not as easy as just....get the ball into Kofi 15 times. Then, if they can get it in to him, he's going to get fouled. He's earned the fact that teams deploy the hack a Shaq on him. Missed free throws(especially front ends) are as good as turnovers.

Honestly I don't care if Kofi is triple teamed by Wisconsin. They are soft

Kofi can finish over three Wisconsin guys that probably won't try to hack him unlike MSU and Nebraska
 
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Honestly I don't care if Kofi is triple teamed by Wisconsin. They are soft

Kofi can finish over three Wisconsin guys that probably won't try to hack him unlike MSU and Nebraska
Maybe you're right. I think it's going to be part of every teams game plan going forward. If he gets it anywhere near the hoop where he could make a move and finish....foul him. If he makes 6 of 8....don't.
 
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Maybe you're right. I think it's going to be part of every teams game plan going forward. If he gets it anywhere near the hoop where he could make a move and finish....foul him. If he makes 6 of 8....don't.

Generally agree with the sentiment. My point is that Wisco is one of the softest teams in the conference in the paint so I think Kofi should force the issue a bit
 
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