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Sunday 2:00 at the Ted: Maryland- Eastern Shore (1-12). CUSA TV.

Results to date: Penn St (46-89); Liberty (55-66); Morehead St (53-76); Stanford (55-76); Oklahoma (64-91); Wofford (42-67); Delaware (56-75); Fordham (45-66); Baylor (46-78); Clarks Summit U (85-39); ECU (57-71); Charlotte (44-66).

Last game: Maryland – ES made only 5 FGs while committing 10 TOs to trail 13-31 @ HT. The Hawks woke up in the second half, but Charlotte cruised to the 66-44 victory. While 9 players played 10+ mins and 10 layers scored, no player scored in double figures.

Stats: 54.1 pts (vs 72.3); .364 FG (.269 3s); .588 FT; -8.4 RB; A/TO= 0.6; 9.4 steals

Starters (Charlotte)
F Gabriel Gyamfi (6-6 185 So). 23.2 min.; .469 FG (0-6 3s); .500 FT; 3.8 RB; 2.7 pts
F/C Walter Prevost (6-8 235 So). 17.1 min.; .596 FG; .667 FT; 2.3 RB; 5.5 pts (6 starts)
G Da’Shawn Phillips (6-5 175 Fr). 21.3 min.; .313 FG (17-73 3s); .385 FT; 2.9 RB; 2.1 steals; 7.2 pts (4 starts)
G Glen Anderson (5-7 165 Fr). 29.9 min.; .313 FG (10-26 3s); 3.2 RB; 2.0 assists; 4.2 pts
G Canaan Bartley (6-1 175 Jr). 21.0 min.; .375 FG (11-35 3s); .722 FT; 3.0 RB; 2.4 pts

Bench
G Ty Gibson (6-4 195 Jr). 22.5 min.; .349 FG (16-52 3s); .708 FT; 1.9 RB; 1.9 assists; 7.6 pts (5 starts)
F Al Cheeseman (6-7 215 Sr). 17.9 min.; .352 FG (0-6 3s); .800 FT; 4.4 RB; 6.0 pts (5 starts)
G Ahmad Frost (6-0 185 Sr). 17.8 min.; .286 FG (13-53 3s); .500 FT; 1.5 RB; 4.5 pts (7 starts)
G Kevin Voyles (6-3 180 Fr). 14.3 min.; 14.3 min.; .358 FG (10-34 3s); .400 FT; 1.4 RB; 5.2 pts (2 starts)
G/F Guy Bruce (6-6 210 Fr). 14.3 min.; .410 FG (1-5 3s); .421 FT; 2.6 RB; 4.9 pts
F Marlon Adams (6-6 220 Jr). 14.3 min.; .333 FG (3-11 3s); .000 FT; 4.3 RB; 3.2 pts

The rims at the Ted will be lucky to survive this one…the Hawks are a worse shooting, less efficient offense than are the Monarchs. Still, they will play everyone and contest all 40 mins. Steals into points are their strong suit; half court offense their weakness.
Hopefully, this is the start of a winning streak.
Is this the game thread?
Kalu continues to rack up fouls.
27-13 Good guys at the U8.
I like the offense better when it's not Green-centric. More passing, less dribbling. More contributors.
No stats on the corners of the scoreboard. I liked having that. Now I miss it.
(12-22-2019 02:40 PM)Chillie Willie Wrote: [ -> ]No stats on the corners of the scoreboard. I liked having that. Now I miss it.
They're up now. I must be important.
46-26 at the half.
46-26 @ half. This looks more like an ODU final score.
They cut the lead to 15.
Carver with a big game. 12 points and 15 rebounds so far. He seems to be benefitting the most from the departures.
62-40 7:38.
Carver breakout game.
Dimitris is in. How's his knee look? Listening on radio.
Continuity of the offense looked much better. However taking this with a grain of salt. Joe Reece looked impressive to me.
(12-22-2019 03:51 PM)Bean.O Wrote: [ -> ]Continuity of the offense looked much better. However taking this with a grain of salt. Joe Reece looked impressive to me.

Same. It's a bad UMES. Ted and Twardz suggesting they saw a more relaxed team, better flow, and more passing/selfless ball. Maybe a good sign or just a really really bad UMES. January will tell!
I really like the little I've seen of Reece. Could be important contributor.
(12-22-2019 03:54 PM)bit_9 Wrote: [ -> ]
(12-22-2019 03:51 PM)Bean.O Wrote: [ -> ]Continuity of the offense looked much better. However taking this with a grain of salt. Joe Reece looked impressive to me.

Same. It's a bad UMES. Ted and Twardz suggesting they saw a more relaxed team, better flow, and more passing/selfless ball. Maybe a good sign or just a really really bad UMES. January will tell!

Yes, previously, it looked like nobody wanted the rock. Tonight a different story. Like u said, a bad bad umes team. January will certainly tell
Either way never thought I'd see this.

Aaron Carver: 16 points, 16 rebounds
A.J. Oliver II: 13 points, 7 rebounds
Jason Wade: 12 points, 4 rebounds, 4 assists

AC leading the team in points in a game. He deserves that for as hard as he works.
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