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Is a 3.5 point favorite. Over/under is 156. Our guys could really use a W.

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(12-21-2017 08:40 AM)Proff Wrote:  Is a 3.5 point favorite. Over/under is 156. Our guys could really use a W.

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I'll take the Over all day!
12-21-2017 09:01 AM
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(12-21-2017 09:01 AM)Seahawkhoops Wrote:  
(12-21-2017 08:40 AM)Proff Wrote:  Is a 3.5 point favorite. Over/under is 156. Our guys could really use a W.

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I'll take the Over all day!

Looks like this is a very winnable game for the Seahawks. NDSU will have an upper hand in depth as they go about 9 deep, and their top 2 leading scorers are 6'6 Wings, which UNCW doesn't have much of anyone to match them defensively. Paul Miller looks like a really skilled player as he has averaged over 15 ppg the past 2 seasons and is right at that mark again this year... He reminds me of Omar Prewitt. However, NDSU does not seem to have anyone that can handle Cacok. I expect a monster game from him if he can stay out of foul trouble. If Talley and Ty Taylor can continue their play and a couple of the role players can step up I do believe the Seahawks will get a win in this one. WINGS UP
12-21-2017 11:08 AM
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I really think the switch went on for Taylor against Furman. I expect him to be far more aggressive in attacking the basket and taking big shots. As much as Talley has improved his game, we've got to have an assist man to get everyone involved. When Talley is driving and shooting, it doesn't involve anyone else.

Also, i'd like to see fewer "plays" to Cacok in the post. Let the guards drive and either dish to him, kick our for a 3 or take the layup. We'd get more open 3's and Cacok can clean up the post. I still like either Cacok or Bryan, but not both, in the post at the same time. Clogs up the middle too much for the guards to drive.\

As stated, we just need a W.
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(12-21-2017 02:48 PM)82hawk Wrote:  I really think the switch went on for Taylor against Furman. I expect him to be far more aggressive in attacking the basket and taking big shots. As much as Talley has improved his game, we've got to have an assist man to get everyone involved. When Talley is driving and shooting, it doesn't involve anyone else.

Also, i'd like to see fewer "plays" to Cacok in the post. Let the guards drive and either dish to him, kick our for a 3 or take the layup. We'd get more open 3's and Cacok can clean up the post. I still like either Cacok or Bryan, but not both, in the post at the same time. Clogs up the middle too much for the guards to drive.\

As stated, we just need a W.

Taylor might be the answer we needed after losing Flemmings to graduation. Talley and Cacok are phenomenal but you need a third strong threat to really spread out a defense. Three strong options to score surrounded by role players is key. Fornes is also another strong player but still a bit streaky. Another year and Fornes will really be demanding a defense's attention.
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(12-21-2017 02:48 PM)82hawk Wrote:  I really think the switch went on for Taylor against Furman. I expect him to be far more aggressive in attacking the basket and taking big shots. As much as Talley has improved his game, we've got to have an assist man to get everyone involved. When Talley is driving and shooting, it doesn't involve anyone else.

Also, i'd like to see fewer "plays" to Cacok in the post. Let the guards drive and either dish to him, kick our for a 3 or take the layup. We'd get more open 3's and Cacok can clean up the post. I still like either Cacok or Bryan, but not both, in the post at the same time. Clogs up the middle too much for the guards to drive.\

As stated, we just need a W.

There was a play towards the end with Furman that cut it to four. Ty Taylor had the ball on the wing and drove with Marcus on the inside. Marcus essentially backed out both of their men while Ty was driving to open up an easy lay up. I really really liked the smart play from Marcus and hope he contributes more like this to help avoid clogging it up as you said. Both he and Cacok could be involved like this more.
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Marcus is playing the best he has since arriving at UNCW. I'm now confident with him in the post as a scorer and rebounder. I wish he'd back off the jumper though, it's not his shot. I used to like setting up an offense inside/out, but I know like guard penetration to the basket to hit the layup or score. It collapses a defense more. Bryan is fine in a 4 guard set now, last year he struggled.
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(12-21-2017 05:19 PM)82hawk Wrote:  Marcus is playing the best he has since arriving at UNCW. I'm now confident with him in the post as a scorer and rebounder. I wish he'd back off the jumper though, it's not his shot. I used to like setting up an offense inside/out, but I know like guard penetration to the basket to hit the layup or score. It collapses a defense more. Bryan is fine in a 4 guard set now, last year he struggled.

He has improved tremendously, but yeah... he's gotta leave that jump shot to the guards.
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Is anyone watching the game tonight?
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nd by 2.5 say the oddsmakers

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