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jkrun80 
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07-09-17 07:29 PM - Post#230631    
    In response to Bison54

Good articles. Kimbal has come a long way in just the past year. Still needs to work on his D, but very solid otherwise. And he's really a clutch player. You can't teach that. I'm anxious to see how far this team can go.

 
bison63 
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07-10-17 01:58 PM - Post#230674    
    In response to jkrun80

It says here, fwiw, that Kimbal will be THE STAR for the next two years.

 
Bison89 
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07-10-17 02:29 PM - Post#230676    
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I would love to see Kimbal be the star. That means that the Bison will have at least 3 stars.
'RAY FOR THE ORANGE AND THE BLUE!


 
Bison137 
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07-10-17 02:47 PM - Post#230678    
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  • Bison89 Said:
I would love to see Kimbal be the star. That means that the Bison will have at least 3 stars.




If KM becomes a star, I'd say that would make at least four. Stephen Brown has been All-PL each of the last two years and has also made the All-PL defensive team both years. I'd say that puts him in the star category.




 
jkrun80 
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07-10-17 03:38 PM - Post#230682    
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Kimbal has 557 career points after scoring 415 last season. If he steps up his scoring a bit, he could reach 1000 by the end of the season. Stephen is almost certain to be over 1000 by mid-season. That would give us four 1000 point scorers. The last time (only time?) that happened was Muscala, Johnson, Willman, & Ayers.

 
Bison137 
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07-10-17 04:24 PM - Post#230686    
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  • jkrun80 Said:
That would give us four 1000 point scorers. The last time (only time?) that happened was Muscala, Johnson, Willman, & Ayers.




Yes, definitely the only time. There have been a few other combos of three at a time with 1000. I can think of these:

- 1980: Leslie, Barry, Sigl
- 1987: Seneca, Atkinson, Alsteadt
- 1992: Bright, King, Courtney
- 2006: Lee, McNaughton, Bettencourt
- 2012: Cohen, Muscala, Johnson

The 1987 team was unique in that all three eclipsed the 1000 point barrier in the final few games of that year.

I believe the 1989 team just missed as Butts and Aceto passed 1000 but Joseph came up just short in his second year as a regular. Went over 1000 early the next year.




 
Bison137 
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07-10-17 04:34 PM - Post#230687    
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  • Bison137 Said:
  • Bison89 Said:
I would love to see Kimbal be the star. That means that the Bison will have at least 3 stars.




If KM becomes a star, I'd say that would make at least four. Stephen Brown has been All-PL each of the last two years and has also made the All-PL defensive team both years. I'd say that puts him in the star category.




Btw, the Bison career record for assists is held by Mike Joseph with 565. Brown currently has 374, leaving him 192 assists short of the record. To break it, he will need to average about 5.8 assists per game. Difficult but not impossible. (He averaged 5.3 apg as a soph.)

The top four in career assists at present are Joseph (565), followed by Seneca (553), Flannery (505), and Shazier (498). Then there is a big gap between #4 and #5. Without looking it up, who knows (or can guess) who is 5th?

One impressive thing about Joseph and Seneca is that both basically set their records in three years. Joseph had only 29 assists as a freshman, and Seneca had no assists as a frosh, seeing only mop-up duty in one game.




 
jkrun80 
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07-10-17 06:26 PM - Post#230689    
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The top four in career assists at present are Joseph (565), followed by Seneca (553), Flannery (505), and Shazier (498). Then there is a big gap between #4 and #5. Without looking it up, who knows (or can guess) who is 5th?



I would guess Kaspar.



Edited by jkrun80 on 07-10-17 06:31 PM. Reason for edit: No reason given.

 
atlantabison 
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07-12-17 02:07 PM - Post#230813    
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Badmas?
Ray Bucknell!


 
DoCtoR62 
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07-12-17 05:14 PM - Post#230838    
    In response to Bison137

  • Bison137 Said:
One impressive thing about Joseph and Seneca is that both basically set their records in three years. Joseph had only 29 assists as a freshman, and Seneca had no assists as a frosh, seeing only mop-up duty in one game.




Joseph still played in most games as a freshman. Seneca did not. He played on the JV team. Yes, the second all-time leader in assists played JV as a freshman. His assists per game far outpaces anyone else on the list. Cal Puriefoy, who was the starting PG Seneca's freshman year, followed the same path, playing JV his freshman year. I don't know where he ranks on the overall list, but I'm willing to wager Puriefoy is in the top 2-3 in assists per game.


 
HuskyColonial 
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07-13-17 02:56 PM - Post#230877    
    In response to DoCtoR62

Blankenship?

 
Bison89 
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07-13-17 03:10 PM - Post#230879    
    In response to DoCtoR62

  • DoCtoR62 Said:
  • Bison137 Said:
One impressive thing about Joseph and Seneca is that both basically set their records in three years. Joseph had only 29 assists as a freshman, and Seneca had no assists as a frosh, seeing only mop-up duty in one game.




Joseph still played in most games as a freshman. Seneca did not. He played on the JV team. Yes, the second all-time leader in assists played JV as a freshman. His assists per game far outpaces anyone else on the list. Cal Puriefoy, who was the starting PG Seneca's freshman year, followed the same path, playing JV his freshman year. I don't know where he ranks on the overall list, but I'm willing to wager Puriefoy is in the top 2-3 in assists per game.




The Breakin' Bison were lots of fun to watch. You did not see a whole lot of 59-58 games.
'RAY FOR THE ORANGE AND THE BLUE!


 
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