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02-24-19 12:23 AM - Post#277779    
    In response to bradley

Schwieger was pretty awesome. The defense isn't keying on him that much and he is way better offensively than people have been giving him credit for. He didn't even get to show one of the best parts of his game--cutting to the basket without the ball--because of how the Tigers are playing offense.

Llewelyn's decision-making in the half-court when he is the pilot is still kind of shaky. The guy is not that good a finisher in traffic and he persists in driving into hopeless situations without kicking it out when the help arrives. But the improvement in his outside shooting, his press-breaking, and his passing from outside are very nice, and he's been solid defensively. That shot he took from Barba that drew the flagrant foul was a little scary.

Defenses have started to converge on Aririguzoh from different directions, and that's cut down on his shot attempts. I liked how he didn't force things too much and made contributions on both ends even though he wasn't scoring. The Tigers should work more on him passing out of the double teams with teammates moving to areas where they can catch it and shoot.

Stephens has been fun to watch as he scraps like crazy out there and leads the team. Desrosiers with a big weekend was a relief hitting those treys. Much was much better against Columbia, showing his passing skills and not getting abused so much on D.

Obviously, when this team hits anywhere near 50% of its threes it's going to be tough to beat, especially when the turnovers are contained and the rebounding is good. They just need to stop going into those bouts on offense where they stop moving and passing. There's enough scoring ability if they can get the defense moving to create angles or mismatches.
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