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I think UNCW beats Charleston. UNCW has played well at home in conference play. That being said, I would be shocked if anyone beat out Charleston
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(02-10-2018 10:40 PM)WMtribe17 Wrote:  The goal against Hofstra should be to keep the ball out of Wright-Foreman's hands since they don't have reliable scorers after Wright-Foreman. When Wright-Foreman has the ball, try to make him drive with his off hand. Usually when he drives, he is not looking to pass so help D will be key against him. Can't put them at the line either (unless it is Gustys) - Pemberton and Wright-Foreman are good at the FT line.
Hofstra is 5-0 in their games when Wright-Foreman has his fewest field goal attempts. He averages 18.2 field goal attempts in wins and 20.5 field goal attempts in losses. In addition, Pemberton's 15.7 points per game is too much to say "they don't have reliable scorers after Wright-Foreman."
02-12-2018 10:52 AM
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(02-12-2018 10:52 AM)EvanJ Wrote:  
(02-10-2018 10:40 PM)WMtribe17 Wrote:  The goal against Hofstra should be to keep the ball out of Wright-Foreman's hands since they don't have reliable scorers after Wright-Foreman. When Wright-Foreman has the ball, try to make him drive with his off hand. Usually when he drives, he is not looking to pass so help D will be key against him. Can't put them at the line either (unless it is Gustys) - Pemberton and Wright-Foreman are good at the FT line.
Hofstra is 5-0 in their games when Wright-Foreman has his fewest field goal attempts. He averages 18.2 field goal attempts in wins and 20.5 field goal attempts in losses. In addition, Pemberton's 15.7 points per game is too much to say "they don't have reliable scorers after Wright-Foreman."
Who's Pemberton?

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02-12-2018 11:33 AM
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(02-12-2018 10:52 AM)EvanJ Wrote:  
(02-10-2018 10:40 PM)WMtribe17 Wrote:  The goal against Hofstra should be to keep the ball out of Wright-Foreman's hands since they don't have reliable scorers after Wright-Foreman. When Wright-Foreman has the ball, try to make him drive with his off hand. Usually when he drives, he is not looking to pass so help D will be key against him. Can't put them at the line either (unless it is Gustys) - Pemberton and Wright-Foreman are good at the FT line.
Hofstra is 5-0 in their games when Wright-Foreman has his fewest field goal attempts. He averages 18.2 field goal attempts in wins and 20.5 field goal attempts in losses. In addition, Pemberton's 15.7 points per game is too much to say "they don't have reliable scorers after Wright-Foreman."

Pemberton is incosistent at times. He is capable of scoring 20+ points, followed by a game where he scores 10 points or less with a poor shooting percentage. He had been playing very well the past couple of weeks until the UNCW game though. Maybe reliable was a bit harsh, but he has disappeared from games at times.
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Hey Moderator. I demand something be done to limit foul language on this board. I can't believe anyone would use the P-word in polite company.
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(02-12-2018 01:48 PM)WMtribe17 Wrote:  Pemberton is incosistent at times. He is capable of scoring 20+ points, followed by a game where he scores 10 points or less with a poor shooting percentage. He had been playing very well the past couple of weeks until the UNCW game though. Maybe reliable was a bit harsh, but he has disappeared from games at times.
He's scored 10 points or fewer with a poor shooting percentage in 6 out of his 25 games. Ryan Allen, the nearest CAA player to him in points per game, had 10 points or fewer with a poor shooting percentage in 4 out of his 24 games.
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Wright-Foreman went down in the latter part of their UNCW loss on Saturday in what originally looked like a serious ankle/foot injury, but returned to the game. May be a big factor Thursday night, if he's not 100%. Nate needs to bring his A-game and tire out Gustys.

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(02-14-2018 10:09 PM)Tribeheart Wrote:  Wright-Foreman went down in the latter part of their UNCW loss on Saturday in what originally looked like a serious ankle/foot injury, but returned to the game. May be a big factor Thursday night, if he's not 100%. Nate needs to bring his A-game and tire out Gustys.

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I’d love to see Harrison banking away on Gustys as well, frustrating him and allowing Nate to have fresh legs at the end of what I expect will probably be a close game.



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Nate has to run the floor tomorrow night. Gustys is not fleet of foot and Nathan can beat him down the floor every trip if we push the ball.
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