i'd love to digest the first sentence of this and just rant, but i won't and just say that, no matter how big of a win we have, it appears that Steele and the staff basically didn't do much of anything to affect this outcome. it's unreal to me the amount of outrage Steele will get when we lose (it will happen) but can't seem to gain any support when we get a HUGE win. how about this: Miles and Hunter CAN be on the floor at the same time and they WILL BE because we are 3-0 with that happening. i'm guessing that will change a bit when Freemantle is back but that's fine that these guys are getting this type of game experience because of it. I don't think Steele ever said Miles is the best defensive player in the BE....he said he CAN be. Nunge's health (not necessarily back to 100% yet) may be a factor as to why Miles is starting but i'm sure it also has to do with how well he's practicing. so he had a bad game because of foul trouble? every big man we've ever had has gone through a few of those. it's his 3rd game starting in an unreal atmosphere so i'm guessing the his adrenaline got the better of him at times. he will learn from that.skyhops wrote: ↑Fri Nov 19, 2021 11:30 amNot sure what the coaches had to do with the game besides a few good plays after timeouts. Miles and Hunter cannot be on the floor at the same time. Steele finally realized the Nunge and Odom were the correct formula. Our aggressiveness and dribble drives won this game not Nunge/Hunter/Kunkel shooting 3’s. If Steele thinks that Miles is the best defensive player in the BE then I think he is smoking some of AH’s “medicinal” grass.
take the W and give credit all around where it is due, including Steele and the coaching staff.