Competition is huge for the offseason and college basketball in general, if these guys really want to play, they can bust it in the weight room and on the court this offseason and improve to earn their minutes.
“One day we’ll be in here celebrating a Big 12 championship,” Rhoads said. “That I can promise you.” "I hope to coach here until I retire," Hoiberg said.
True, he's capable. Other than CU who would he start over in the Big 12 though?
It all depends on what you want. A true point guard or more of a scorer. DG was 3rd in the BigXII in assists. He can break his man down and distribute, but he is not strong enough to finish consistently. He will improve. I don't think anyone is more right than the other in this discussion. Just because your scollarships are full doesn't mean it's crowded.
Somebody has got to be able to hit the outside shot and we need someone else to be able to drive to the hoop. I will probably be crucified for this but I think if Eik is healthy next year he may surprise a few people. His movement reminded me of Haluska and if he can hit some shots and keep moving he could see a lot of the floor next year. If Haluska had been able to hit shots this year there would have been more man crushes on him than you could count. He worked to get open shots, he just sucked at making them.
One thing when you watch the good teams is they have multiple guys driving the lane. How many times did you see someone other than DG doing that. Colvin, Buckley, Boozer, anyone needs to get that going next year if we are to succeed. NO MORE STANDING AROUND!
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