Hops,skyhops wrote: ↑Tue Nov 05, 2019 10:17 pmGood points by both of the last posts. It's not often where there could be three freshman that will contribute in Fremantle, KyKy, and Bishop. Instead it could be Harden and Kennedy, which for whatever reason just didn't work. Anyone that has played hoops or still does knows that a bad back takes some time, so I'll give Carter a break. MM was correct in that Marshall even for some of the criticism by AH and E-Xpert does play hard and hopefully his unselfishness continues. I still do not want Q to shoot 3's or run the second team offense.
You must have eaten all those medicinal gummy bears in Muskienick's candy dish while reading my post. I was brought on as a moderator to dispense, insightful, objective opinions, and criticize or praise depending on the situation. Last night, Marshall deserved mostly praise. My post game comments were as follows:
"The good from tonight: Marshall played an outstanding game. Very James Posey like. The only negative from him was taking 4 treys, though one was an end of the shot clock three." I even put a caveat to the one faint criticism.
I agree with your comment on Q-s shooting, but still think he should start and be the number one pg. However, Steele needs to have a quick hook and bring in Tandy if he continues to be a brick layer. Amazing that he hasn't developed a pull up 8 footer in the lane, as most good pg.s do. The coaches should show him footage of how Burrell, Holloway, and Lavendar (tear drop) used to do it