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Username Post: Boudreaux Player Of The Week        (Topic#19970)
hoops123 
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02-20-17 02:02 PM - Post#222670    

Well done Evan! Looking like a top POY contender to me!

http://www.ivyleaguesports.com/sports/mbkb/2016-17...

 
HARVARDDADGRAD 
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02-20-17 02:11 PM - Post#222672    
    In response to hoops123

Congrats - If anyone from the league is reading this, please review how stats are tallied in your press releases. Betley's 13-23 is not 45.8% shooting. Also, touting fact that Chambers shot 20% on 3's vs Columbia is a bit odd

 
hoopla 
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Boudreaux Player Of The Week
02-20-17 03:02 PM - Post#222679    
    In response to HARVARDDADGRAD

I'd love to see Evan win it this year. My only fear is that that would be an accomplishment he could cross off the list that would make it easier for him to leave.

It was great that we went to the CIT a few years back, first post season in like half a century or whatever, but in hindsight it was during that CIT game that Mitola scored his 1000th point.

Wondering if he'd have stayed for his final year had he not done achieved that momentous milestone. And I think his departure was the first domino that lead to our current standing.

Edited by hoopla on 02-20-17 03:07 PM. Reason for edit: No reason given.

 
Go Green 
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Re: Boudreaux Player Of The Week
02-20-17 03:41 PM - Post#222681    
    In response to hoopla

  • hoopla Said:
I'd love to see Evan win it this year. My only fear is that that would be an accomplishment he could cross off the list that would make it easier for him to leave.





Boudreaux told the Valley News this past Friday he has no plans to leave.

 
hoopla 
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02-20-17 03:48 PM - Post#222683    
    In response to Go Green

I saw that but plans and opportunities can develop quickly

 
hoopla 
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02-20-17 03:48 PM - Post#222684    
    In response to hoopla

But I was glad to see that

 
hoopla 
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02-20-17 03:50 PM - Post#222686    
    In response to hoopla

Also, even if he is considering it or open to consider it, I'm pretty sure he'd answer in the negative.

But again glad he answered in the negative!

 
Go Green 
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02-20-17 04:10 PM - Post#222688    
    In response to hoopla

  • hoopla Said:
I saw that but plans and opportunities can develop quickly




My recollection (perhaps mistaken) is that Boudreaux--unlike Mitola--had several opportunities to play at a higher level of basketball than the Ivy coming out of high school.

He chose to come to Dartmouth. He's a legacy. He's said he's not leaving.

If you're still worried that he's going to transfer, I'm not sure what I can tell you...

 
penn nation 
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Re: Boudreaux Player Of The Week
02-20-17 04:35 PM - Post#222696    
    In response to hoops123

An interesting selection although I'm not 100% Boudreaux even had the best weekend among his teammates.

And yes, Betley's composite stats were miscalculated which is embarrassing. For that matter, it's not clear why Boudreaux gets the nod as POW over either of the other two rookies who were co-ROWs. Tough to really distinguish any one player here; in addition, both teams went 2-0 thanks to their efforts.

 
hoops123 
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Re: Boudreaux Player Of The Week
02-20-17 05:40 PM - Post#222709    
    In response to penn nation

Really? When you get to 100% sure, do let us know your informed, final opinion. Got the wife and kids with me staring at the computer screen waiting to read your analysis. This is more exciting than waiting for Hoopla to explain his thinking that he's hoping Boudreaux won't win POY cause it'll be the feather in his cap that he's always coveted and will therefore leave Dartmouth. Wow....

 
penn nation 
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Re: Boudreaux Player Of The Week
02-20-17 06:56 PM - Post#222728    
    In response to hoops123

Actually, my bad as Dartmouth was the only team there that did not sweep this past weekend.

As to my point--a reasonable case can be made for Smith over Boudreaux.

 
hoopla 
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Re: Boudreaux Player Of The Week
02-20-17 06:58 PM - Post#222729    
    In response to penn nation

Guillien Smith averaged 19/game.

Evan averaged 19.5/game.

Betley was terrific, averaging 20/game with a 7:1 assist turnover, but Evan was the rightful winner I think due to 9.5 rebounds/game.

 
HARVARDDADGRAD 
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02-20-17 07:02 PM - Post#222731    
    In response to hoopla

It seems freshmen get relegated to ROW and not considered for POW

 
hoopla 
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02-20-17 07:04 PM - Post#222732    
    In response to HARVARDDADGRAD

Right. There must've been at least a few weeks last year when Evan Boudreaux won ROW but could've won POW.

 
Old Bear 
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02-20-17 09:27 PM - Post#222764    
    In response to hoopla

I read some somewhere that the League keeps stats in 13 categories and that only Spieth is listed in all of them. Will he be POY? Not likely. Neither will Bordeaux.

 
SomeGuy 
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02-20-17 09:31 PM - Post#222767    
    In response to Old Bear

Like last year, we will have an interesting split where the super high statistical performers are on the lower division teams. My guess is that Cook or Weisz manages to end up POY, but if it isn't somebody on a playoff team, Spieth as a senior seems like a good bet. My guess is that he would get the nod over Boudreaux if we're choosing among non playoff teams. Of course if either team gets on a run and makes the top 4, that would help a lot.

 
penn nation 
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02-20-17 09:42 PM - Post#222772    
    In response to Old Bear

  • Old Bear Said:
Not likely. Neither will Bordeaux.



Nor will Merlot.


 
penn nation 
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Re: Boudreaux Player Of The Week
02-20-17 10:36 PM - Post#222778    
    In response to hoopla

Except that EB needed to take a lot more shots to get his points than the others.

  • hoopla Said:
Guillien Smith averaged 19/game.

Evan averaged 19.5/game.

Betley was terrific, averaging 20/game with a 7:1 assist turnover, but Evan was the rightful winner I think due to 9.5 rebounds/game.




 
SomeGuy 
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Re: Boudreaux Player Of The Week
02-20-17 10:55 PM - Post#222782    
    In response to penn nation

Kind of been the story all year for Boudreaux and Dartmouth. His ORAT is actually about 98, which is below average efficiency. Not necessarily Boudreaux's fault in any way, but he is taking more shots yo get his points this year.

Interestingly, Dartmouth's only players above 100 ORAT are Barry, Fleming, Dickinson, and Smith. And only Smith has a high usage rate -- the others are unimaginably low. That could suggest that Dartmouth would be better served to spread the shots out a little more and have more of them come from their most efficient players, though it also could be that those ORATs would drop if Barry, Fleming, and Dickinson had to shoulder more of the load.



 
penn nation 
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Re: Boudreaux Player Of The Week
02-20-17 11:06 PM - Post#222785    
    In response to SomeGuy

I'll say this much--EB does not crack the 3 stars of the game for Dartmouth in that Columbia game. The D guards played and shot out of their minds in that one, though.

 
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