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PostPosted: Thu Mar 01, 2018 9:06 pm 
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Wichita State and UCF in OT

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 Post subject: Re: Cincy
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The bad part of being on the flagship. Game before you goes to OT, you aren't getting picked up elsewhere in the meantime... :|


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Place sounds great (crowd loud) on the radio!


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The bad part of being on the flagship. Game before you goes to OT, you aren't getting picked up elsewhere in the meantime... :|


We were on the 3...watched on my phone

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 Post subject: Re: Cincy
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Frazier rocking a Princess Leia look?

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From a few minutes ago.... I'm disappointed MD lets Paul see the floor

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 Post subject: Re: Cincy
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Defense looks different tonight 221 into a man but a scramble looking man if that makes sense (after a make)

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Melvin trying too hard

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 Post subject: Re: Cincy
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O/U on Cincinnati second chance points tonight? I'm thinking at least 18. And I might take the over on my own guess.

Make no mistake, that is why we have no chance in this one.


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 Post subject: Re: Cincy
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PeteRasche wrote:
O/U on Cincinnati second chance points tonight? I'm thinking at least 18. And I might take the over on my own guess.

Make no mistake, that is why we have no chance in this one.


If we only had a not scrawny 6'10 guy in there

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Melvin trying too hard


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 Post subject: Re: Cincy
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We aren't playing bad per se, they are just much better

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 Post subject: Re: Cincy
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We look like teams used to look against the Posse 26 years ago.

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 Post subject: Re: Cincy
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We can't handle their pressure at all. MD never even saw anything like this in the NBA because no one plays full court trap in the pros (pro guards would destroy it). Too bad we don't have NBA guards.


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PeteRasche wrote:
We can't handle their pressure at all. MD never even saw anything like this in the NBA because no one plays full court trap in the pros (pro guards would destroy it). Too bad we don't have NBA guards.


He played HS and college ball and probably watched a few college games his kids played or coached in

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Down 19 at halftime

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 Post subject: Re: Cincy
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Nobody could watch this game and think Frazier is a first round pick. He is not even close to being the best player on the floor.


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 Post subject: Re: Cincy
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Nobody could watch this game and think Frazier is a first round pick. He is not even close to being the best player on the floor.


Damn that's harsh

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windywave wrote:
NJwave wrote:
Nobody could watch this game and think Frazier is a first round pick. He is not even close to being the best player on the floor.


Damn that's harsh


Evans and Clark are light years ahead of him. I know it is harsh but it’s the truth.


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Shot 25% in the first half.

My comment about hoping no one tried too hard or tried to do too much because of the ESPN lights was not so subtley meant for Melvin. As I feared, he's doing just that. Crazy threes and out of control drives ending with circus shots. Several of his drives could have ended with a handoff to an open teammate but instead ended with a crazy shot over the defender rotating off said teammate to help.


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NJwave wrote:
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Nobody could watch this game and think Frazier is a first round pick. He is not even close to being the best player on the floor.


Damn that's harsh


Evans and Clark are light years ahead of him. I know it is harsh but it’s the truth.

In terms of getting his own shot and scoring when needed, tiny 6 foot Cane Broome is better than Frazier.

But hey, those NBA scouts just want raw athletic talent they can teach.


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Shot 25% in the first half.

My comment about hoping no one tried too hard or tried to do too much because of the ESPN lights was not so subtley meant for Melvin. As I feared, he's doing just that. Crazy threes and out of control drives ending with circus shots. Several of his drives could have ended with a handoff to an open teammate but instead ended with a crazy shot over the defender rotating off said teammate to help.


Everybody is altering their shots and trying to do things they can’t instead of finding the open man. Ona-Embo is really overmatched. I would probably move Cornish to the point and play him alongside Daniels, Frazier, Reynold and Sehic.


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 Post subject: Re: Cincy
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Shot 25% in the first half.

My comment about hoping no one tried too hard or tried to do too much because of the ESPN lights was not so subtley meant for Melvin. As I feared, he's doing just that. Crazy threes and out of control drives ending with circus shots. Several of his drives could have ended with a handoff to an open teammate but instead ended with a crazy shot over the defender rotating off said teammate to help.


Everybody is altering their shots and trying to do things they can’t instead of finding the open man. Ona-Embo is really overmatched. I would probably move Cornish to the point and play him alongside Daniels, Frazier, Reynold and Sehic.


You were saying?

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I need to teach rebounding attitude. frick soft

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windywave wrote:
NJwave wrote:
PeteRasche wrote:
Shot 25% in the first half.

My comment about hoping no one tried too hard or tried to do too much because of the ESPN lights was not so subtley meant for Melvin. As I feared, he's doing just that. Crazy threes and out of control drives ending with circus shots. Several of his drives could have ended with a handoff to an open teammate but instead ended with a crazy shot over the defender rotating off said teammate to help.


Everybody is altering their shots and trying to do things they can’t instead of finding the open man. Ona-Embo is really overmatched. I would probably move Cornish to the point and play him alongside Daniels, Frazier, Reynold and Sehic.


You were saying?


I know. It’s like he heard me.


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