Basketbill

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  1. I saw the the WG - Parkway West game...not competitive. For those who have seen not Gordon in person, he is a man among boys on the court, big, strong, quick and athletic. It is going to be fun to see him play and develop. As for Ramey, I understand why those might say he is rated to high, but I suspect his talent just does not show up in some of these high school games. During this one he was covering Yess, and was disadvantaged due to height, still caused him problems but Yess got his points. Ramey seems to have more turnovers than he should but, WG was up be 25 most of the game. HE is fast, and can clearly play at a faster pace than most on the court. Can turn it on the speed at will, but did not need to most of the time. West had a few injuries so they never really had a chance to make it close. I think some of his errant passes were due to some of his teammates being a step or two slower than he is use to. He did not shoot much during the portion I saw. Yess is a good player, not to compare his skill set to Baniak but he is that level of player. I would expect him to have a good career at Yale.
  2. Bishop was guarding Johnston in the second half. Ford apparently talked about what was not being done, and Roby commented that Bishop took it to heart and went to work in the second half. Johnston clearly seemed quicker than Bishop, but I thought he did a decent job on him in the second half.
  3. Kinda nice some east coast MBM liked the guy.....so we have that.
  4. McBroom did not have decent numbers when he played A-10 games. I can still see the Rhode Island player flying across the court and swatting his 3 pt attempt into the seats. Unfortunately he was 5' 6" or so and slow release...
  5. Now that is an oxymoron "college algebra"
  6. He has a Headstart on RM, Soderberg was fired 4/17, RM hired 4/27.....
  7. Agreed just let the players and the new coaches do their job....good luck to those that leave....
  8. Elliot Welmer
  9. McDermott was not fired but was reading the writing on the wall
  10. I wonder if the GT opening changed things for Drew?
  11. Looks promising. " Rice eclipsed 100-career victories last season, the fourth head coach to accomplish the feat and the first to do it in his first five seasons. Rice notched his 100th victory in his 161st game, just one game shy of Dyes school record (160). Entering the NCAA Tournament, the Broncos are 102-62 (.622) under Rice, the best record for a head coach through his first five seasons in school history. Included were 20-win campaigns in 2010-11, 2012-13, 2013-14 and 2014-15, the only head coach to win at least 20 games in four of his first five years guiding the program since Boise State joined Division I in 1970-71. Rice's recipe for success combines an up-tempo, fast-paced offense and elite shooting. The Broncos have led their conference in scoring three of Rice's five seasons, including pacing the Mountain West in scoring in both 2012-13 and 2013-14. The Broncos put up 76.2 points per game in 2013-14, the second-highest season average at Boise State in nearly 40 years. Boise State ranked second in the MW in scoring in 2014-15, averaging 72.1 points per game."
  12. Well being the four time defending preseason favorite is not a bad thing. Unless of course you never win it.