That Second Half

Discussion in 'Nuttin' but Net' started by born2beagator, Feb 22, 2014.

  1. GatorRade
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    Agreed Born. It certainly wasn't a perfect performance today, but we put Ole Miss away.
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    I really think PY's knees are hurting him but he's gutting it out.
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    Just read the other day that we scored on our last 11 possessions at UK. And today I think we scored on our last eight possessions. A big part of that is foul shooting - we've shot around 80% from the line over the last four games.

    That's nails. Pure and simple.
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    We got beat by 20 in the paint. That can't happen.
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    I noticed that too. Gotta' tighten up.

    And one thing that seems missing, is our 12-15 foot jumpers either off the dribble or screen.

    Scottie's one or two off the glass, notwithstanding. Casey, every now and again, and I think DoDo had one. Just doesn't seem to be one of our favorite shot selections.
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    Everything goes in cycles. Take for example, Tennessee's 60% field goal percentage in the first half because they were making lots of heavily contested shots. That didn't last, however, and they shot as they should have the whole game in the 2nd half.

    The same was true here, to a certain extent. Sometimes they fall, sometimes they don't.

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