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Discussion in 'Nuttin' but Net' started by gatormonk, Jan 25, 2014.
great to see again. thanks for posting
SC top 10. Easily.
Frazier's best game in terms of dribble penetration. In addition to that assist, he and Pat combined on a masterful pick n roll with a perfect bounce pass from Frazier. Way to be Michael!
Icing on the cake!
Mike showed growth in his overall offensive game today. He's becoming more than a catch and shoot guy. Loved the two assists to Young.
DAAAMMMMM!!! Hope someone uses this video on their posts like PY's block in the paint where he steals the ball.
Great to see this every day.
And you can see Billy D. waving at PY to get up and defend after the slam, sorry but you got to showboat and flex for the cameras after that kind of play.
Erik Spoelstra calls it vertical spacing and that play has been there all year for Young if the guards would look for it. They seem like they don't want to take the risk though. If Young knees hold up I could see him having a better offensive career in the NBA as an undersized Center in a 4 out scheme. Especially if he can continue improving his mid range J.
That was awesome. My son (6 y/0) had me rewind it about 10 times on Saturday.
and yet its not a top play of the weekend on ESPN. Don't know what the deal is there, but they seem to be burying their heads and trying to pretend Florida isn't there.
It was a basic pick and roll. Both defenders stayed with Frazier, so Patric was wide open. I don't believe that the Florida guards have been missing that play.
We might have missed it here or there......but there's so much more than us thinkig it's open.
The biggest thing is the passing lane available to the guy with the ball.
It's very easy for defenders to tip that pass unless you have a clean lane.
The window on that play is open for literally a half second, then it closes. If the guard doesn't have it clean, if the dribble is going to the floor during the moment the pass is open....lots of things can cause that play to look open but it's really not.
Great play for a couple of great kids. In this play, it takes two to tango as they say. Michael Frazier set Patric up perfectly. When given the chance, Patric put it in the hole with style. I love this team.
I jumped up 2 feet in the air after seeing that play .. and I'm ... let's just say ... an ole geezer.
It was a play that Wilbekin/Young went after quite frequently last year, so I think Wilbekin knows what he's looking for there. I'm glad that Frazier does too.
It was a thing of beauty. I, like yellowboy, think that play has been there quite a bit this year, too. I understand the timing of it, but we have the lob open a few times a game. I particularly see it open with Prather as he's running through the lane to set up on the other side.
But just a beautiful and powerful play. Made me feel good on the inside.