I know they're girls and we're supposed to treat them gently but the last time I saw that little hustle, heart, desire and intensity the coach's name was McDermott. A good high school team should've been able to beat the Hawks tonight. Bad shots, bad passing, little to no hustle on defense, no one rebounding (I think we lost a couple boards when we had a 4-1 advantage)...pathetic.
Kidd played too much and was 0-8 from the three point line. I know she rebounded well, but not being able to see the game...
Kidd played well and coach wanted 3-pointers. Kidd is a dynamo and I think her drive is contagious. I have to say this was the worst game we've played since pounding by UCONN. Should of been close at the end but no Pop. I had assured myself she'd be in there for the win. Well onward.
2 very poor teams on the floor tonight. Kidd needs to stop pulling the trigger every time she gets the ball in her hands although no one else was much better. I've never seen so many phantom calls on the Cyclones in my view. With that being said, we would have won I think with Pop on the floor. Time to forget this one and move on.
I know this is a bad time to complain about anything, but I have honestly stopped watching WBB entirely because officiating is consistently sub-par. The games are brutal yet hardly anything usually gets called. Tried watching the Baylor-ND game the other night and had to turn it off after 5 minutes because of it.
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