We have to get more from them than we did tonight. Jiri was back to firing up terrible outside shots, and Rashon got smoked on D several times. These guys need to play to their potential for us to have any success this season. Certainly they weren't the only reason we lost tonight, but we need better from them.
I sorta agree. Craig was hot though so let him shot. Jiri got into foul trouble and only played 17 mins so that is a problem. The young PGs had issues and caused the team to stuggle to get the O sets going. Clark does more than score for this team. Wes just had an off night for some reason. But the guys that have been there need to step up and they strugled with that tonight. We have 2 great srs on this team and I doubt it will happen again.
The gap in our economy is between what we have and what we think we ought to have--and that is a moral problem, not an economic one. - Paul Heyne
LMAO...0-26 and counting! I'll give him some credit that he didn't hesistate to launch up that 1st miss today. Put it right up there and missed it just like the other 25.
We know the record is 0% for shooting threes. It may be a record for the Big 12 or more. Everyone that I researched in the pros which has a longer shot had no worse than 1 for 9. It did hit the rim. His shot looks a little bit like he is forcing it.
Craig should have taken all the shots tonight.
Last edited by Wesley; 01-12-2008 at 11:27 PM.
Looking forward to CFH magic for the next bball season, Georges style.
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