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Okoro Dude 
Posts: 303

Loc: Glen Mills, PA
Reg: 11-24-04
12-10-18 10:33 AM - Post#268470    
    In response to PennFan10

I am a Penn season ticketholder but happened to be at the Garden this weekend with my son and saw Columbia/Iona and Princeton/St. John's. Princeton's defense (particularly in transition) was bad, but Jaelin Llewellyn did not disappoint. He will be a star in the Ivies - I haven't seen anyone in the Ivies who can take people off the dribble as good as him. If they are able to figure out the defensive end and use non-conference to improve their team play, I don't think they are as far behind the top three as people are saying.

Masters Student
Posts: 718

Reg: 11-22-04
12-10-18 10:44 AM - Post#268472    
    In response to Okoro Dude

Llewellyn is the real deal. Looked very good and it was his first game. BUT, looking at Pton's frontline is where they are not close to the top 3 right now. Gladson is slow and not athletic and they don't have enough talent in the frontcourt compared to H, Y, or us.

Posts: 3919

Reg: 11-22-04
12-10-18 11:24 AM - Post#268477    
    In response to 91Quake

an nba prospect as a guard can cover a lot of front court sins. a lot.

Masters Student
Posts: 899

Loc: Our Nation's Capital
Reg: 01-18-05
12-10-18 12:27 PM - Post#268486    
    In response to Jeff2sf

  • Jeff2sf Said:
an nba prospect as a guard can cover a lot of front court sins. a lot.

Which raises an interesting question (in my mind, anyway.)

If you could have one NBA-level guy on your team, at what position would you want him?

Posts: 21524

Reg: 11-21-04
12-10-18 12:29 PM - Post#268488    
    In response to T.P.F.K.A.D.W.

A big guard, without question. After all, look what Michael Jordan did with the Toon Squad, which was seriously outmatched up front by the MonStars.

Silver Maple 
Posts: 3463

Loc: Westfield, New Jersey
Reg: 11-23-04
12-10-18 12:48 PM - Post#268494    
    In response to palestra38

Agreed. Furthermore, guards can always deploy the Harlem Globetrotters Ladder strategy to neutralize the size advantage of front court players.

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