I think of him as a Swiss army knife. Useful in a bunch of situations, though not really amazing at anything in particular. I think the matchups kind of dictate his role game to game. HIs defense is usually his best attribute. He can guard just about anyone. He also creates a lot of mismatches on offense, depending on the opposing personnel. He's going to find ways to impact the game, but it will likely look a little different every night.
Nah, Rusty had that about right, although we can miss more FTs if we shoot the 3s and 2s well. BTW, the easiest way to hit 35% (or better) on 3s (just over what Rusty said) is to go 7-20 (or better), where that relatively low number of attempted 3s is taken mostly by our best shooters (TSJ, Goode, and Domask) on open looks. It gets a lot harder to hit that 34% or better once CH and others shoot a bunch of them, or if we get into harder 3s, like contested or moving 3s. Those will seriously dent our percentage and make this game almost unwinnable.Not sure if I 100% believe this...
Agreed! That's the funniest part about the whole bit, I think.That Nielsen face at the end kills me...99% of the time he's the one making the outlandish comment and getting the funny looks from others. Here he gets to turn and give the 'WTH are you talking about' face.
Well I guess I won't bother watching cause we've already WON!I have exhausted myself looking at every defensive, offensive. rebounding algorithm and BU doesn't make adjustments angle. My very thorough analysis says if we hit 45% of 2's 34% of 3's and 70% of FT's, we have an 80% chance of winning.
If we hit 70% of our FTs, I'll buy the first round.I have exhausted myself looking at every defensive, offensive. rebounding algorithm and BU doesn't make adjustments angle. My very thorough analysis says if we hit 45% of 2's 34% of 3's and 70% of FT's, we have an 80% chance of winning.
Are only B10 teams required to report disqualifying injuries two hours before gametime?