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RE: Exhibition in Chapel Hill
I just watched the highlights but I thought the guys looked good. It will be huge if Estime and Gary can contribute. I wouldn't be shocked if Brown saw significant playing time. I still think we are in big trouble if Marcus Bryan is playing big minutes. He tries hard and can pull some rebounds but he doesn't play significant minutes on a really good team. Hopefully Elmore has improved enough to get his minutes.
11-06-2017 09:04 AM
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RE: Exhibition in Chapel Hill
(11-06-2017 08:49 AM)bricksnivy Wrote:  I would take very little away from results in the scrimmages. Carolina lost to UNCG, but they also ran a lineup of Walker Miller, Shea Rush, Andrew Platek and Brandon Robinson for a third of the game. I haven't heard how much money was raised, but it was a fun event.

I thought UNCW looked good. Cacok demands everyone's attention. For the fan bases sitting around that weren't familiar with him, they asked "who's number 15?". Almost everything was around the rim for him again, but he did hit a nice 9' jumper. Pinson drew a foul on Cacok as well, but I think he bit off more than he could chew. Pinson (obviously) created the contact to draw a foul on Cacok, but I don't think he anticipated the force he was running into when he made the decision. Cacok is a special kind of athlete.

Carolina force the tempo in game 3. I thought Talley got a little out of control against UNC, but otherwise looked good. Neal hit several three's, but most were created by teammates...just catch and shoot. He missed both attempts that I recall where he pull the ball on the floor. Estime only took one three that I recall, but he has a very good looking stroke.

I saw a competitive CAA team from UNCW. We still have questions at C, but I think we'll compete.
Good to hear! Wanted to go but was out of town and couldn't change plans unfortunately.
11-06-2017 11:26 AM
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RE: Exhibition in Chapel Hill
The numbers I was able to track down:


* Cacok

Against UNCG: 8 points, 6 rebounds

Against UNC: 8 points (4-6), 1 assist, 1 turnover, 11 minutes


* Talley

Against UNC: 3 points (1-4), 3 assists, 10 minutes


* Fornes

Against UNC: 2 points (1-2), 1 assist, 1 turnover, 2 fouls, 9 minutes


* Ty Taylor

Against UNC: 0 points, 2 steals, 2 assists, 9 minutes


* Bryan

Against UNC: 0 points, 1 rebound, 3 fouls, 9 minutes


* Jeffrey Gary

Against UNC: 9 points (3-4, all from 3), 5 minutes


* Jay Estime

Against UNC: 0 points (0-1, from 3), 5 minutes


* Trey Kalina

Against UNC: 0 points (0-1), 5 minutes


* Jacque Brown

Against UNC: 0 points, 2 assists, 1 turnover, 4 minutes


* Daniel Etoroma

Against UNC: 0 points, 1 rebound, 1 minute
11-06-2017 01:21 PM
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RE: Exhibition in Chapel Hill
On the athletic website you can click on boxscores from the three scrimmages.

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11-06-2017 01:28 PM
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RE: Exhibition in Chapel Hill
(11-06-2017 09:04 AM)Coast2Coast Wrote:  I just watched the highlights but I thought the guys looked good. It will be huge if Estime and Gary can contribute. I wouldn't be shocked if Brown saw significant playing time. I still think we are in big trouble if Marcus Bryan is playing big minutes. He tries hard and can pull some rebounds but he doesn't play significant minutes on a really good team. Hopefully Elmore has improved enough to get his minutes.

What do you mean "big trouble"? Just wondering. We might not have won an NCAA tournament game, but we've won back to back CAA tournament championships with him playing significant minutes.

Look, you have to face it. We're going to be a little thin at C this year, and his big body will help at times. Especially as teams go after Ca Ca and try to take him out of the game. We're gonna need someone like Bryan to get in there and clog things up.

He's not much of an offensive threat, for sure, but if he's learning after last year (which hopefully that's the goal of ALL players), and he can cut down on silly fouls, play his game and not try to do too much... he might be okay.

Let's not go singling players out for their perceived play before the season even starts. Especially players that had a big role in the success we've had the last few years.
11-06-2017 05:01 PM
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RE: Exhibition in Chapel Hill
Have to admit I was relieved to see the alley oops to Cacock! I was worried McGrath would move away from those, but the highlights looked like last year. The threat of Cacock should help the new starters and newbies develop their game. If defenders have to worry about a drive by a guard turning into a highlight reel alley oop, it will soften their defense on the perimeter. Add in some new shooters and we may not look much different than last year.

I'm feeling better just from those clips.
11-06-2017 06:02 PM
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RE: Exhibition in Chapel Hill
Mid Major Madness: UNC Wilmington and UNC Greensboro participate in Disaster Relief Jamboree

UNC Wilmington

Same tempo—different style.

UNC Wilmington has many new parts under new coach CB McGrath, but they were very impressive against UNC Greensboro. Defensively, the Seahawks held the Spartans to just two points in the first six minutes of the 13 minute period. The Spartans kept their poise and flipped the script to claw back into the contest before falling 19-16 to the Seahawks.

Devontae Cacok is looking to be even more of a force, if that’s even possible. On top of dding a mid-range jumper, Cacok is stronger and still punishing the rim from teammate alley-oops.

In their first competition against opponents in a different uniform, Coach McGrath has to be pleased with the effort of returning players in expanded roles, as well as the newcomers. The guards are the biggest question coming into the season with the graduation of Denzel Ingram and Chris Flemmings. The well isn’t completely dry as the perimeter has plenty of depth.

Jordon Talley led the way against ECU as the Seahawks pulled off another close game 24-22. Seahawks faithful should keep an eye on a couple freshmen, Jay Estimè and Jeffrey Gary. Both have the ability to stretch the floor, while Estimè also has the handle to create off the bounce.

UNC got hot in the final contest of the day knocking off the Seahawks 38-22. UNC Wilmington will be in the mix if they continue to develop their young talent and add in JaQuel Richmond, who is currently out with an injury.
11-07-2017 03:39 AM
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RE: Exhibition in Chapel Hill
(11-06-2017 05:01 PM)CoastGuardHawk06 Wrote:  
(11-06-2017 09:04 AM)Coast2Coast Wrote:  I just watched the highlights but I thought the guys looked good. It will be huge if Estime and Gary can contribute. I wouldn't be shocked if Brown saw significant playing time. I still think we are in big trouble if Marcus Bryan is playing big minutes. He tries hard and can pull some rebounds but he doesn't play significant minutes on a really good team. Hopefully Elmore has improved enough to get his minutes.

What do you mean "big trouble"? Just wondering. We might not have won an NCAA tournament game, but we've won back to back CAA tournament championships with him playing significant minutes.

Look, you have to face it. We're going to be a little thin at C this year, and his big body will help at times. Especially as teams go after Ca Ca and try to take him out of the game. We're gonna need someone like Bryan to get in there and clog things up.

He's not much of an offensive threat, for sure, but if he's learning after last year (which hopefully that's the goal of ALL players), and he can cut down on silly fouls, play his game and not try to do too much... he might be okay.

Let's not go singling players out for their perceived play before the season even starts. Especially players that had a big role in the success we've had the last few years.

I'll try to keep it nice. I just don't think Bryan is good enough to be a starter on a good CAA team. He will obviously get some minutes since we are so shallow at center but hopefully someone else steps up to take his minutes or I think we will be a very mediocre team.
11-07-2017 08:48 AM
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RE: Exhibition in Chapel Hill
I'm wondering what the most consistent lineup was?

Who played where and with whom the most?

Was Cacock mostly at center or forward. And if he played forward, who played center with him?
11-07-2017 12:13 PM
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(11-07-2017 12:13 PM)82hawk Wrote:  I'm wondering what the most consistent lineup was?

Who played where and with whom the most?

Was Cacock mostly at center or forward. And if he played forward, who played center with him?
From watching the Videos, it appears Bryan was out there with him a lot.
11-07-2017 12:58 PM
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