I don't agree re: CB. Kantner was an anomaly. Very rarely do transfers increase their ppg as much as KK did, when going from an inferior to a much better team. Look at Bernard & Gaston for example. They went from being "the man" on their former teams, to important role players on X. I'm no expert on Broome, but I've seen him play 3 full games and some of a half dozen or so. He is a talented scorer, but seemingly loose with the ball, and a horrific defender. Stats may prove me wrong on the t.o. part, but he is not a facilitator, which is what UC needed with guys like Evans, Clark, and Cumberland on the court.lionelchalmers0 wrote: ↑Fri Apr 06, 2018 5:09 pmMick cronin horrifically mismanaged cane Broome. Not saying he's a 20+ point scorer but on a team with a well run offense (or any offense) he'd score 15+.gym from delhi wrote: ↑Fri Apr 06, 2018 9:44 amInformative piece in the Enquirer this AM re potential transfers. Most of them have impressive stats at various levels of play. One caveat however is that Cane Broome at UC did too (23.7 ppg), and wasn't all that great this year. Conversely Kanter played much better here than his WGB stats predicted.
Jennifer is a non-factor offensively but seemed to run the offense much better, as well as play better D. I'm no fan of MC as a coach, but he knows how to coach defense, and when you pressure as much as UC did, you can't have any weak spots. I think CB will score more out of necessity next year, but it will be at the expense of a better defender in Jennifer.