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RE: Temple men’s bb 2019-2020
Monty Scott playing for Eastern Michigan against Oakland in an exhibition game scored 16-points on 5-9 fga’s. Also shot 5-6 at the foul line, had 6 rebounds, three assists, and two steals.
 
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RE: Temple men’s bb 2019-2020
Former Temple player Mont Scott led Easter Michigan (EMU) to a 103-98 double-overtime victory over Illinois State in EMU’s first non-conference game.

EMU had previously lost it’s first game to nationally ranked Indiana. EMU outscored Indiana 41-32 in the second half but fell short and lost the game by 6-points, 68-62.

Scott scored 28-points shooting 8-9 on two’s, and 3-7 on three’s. He also had 2-rebounds, 2-assists, four steals, and committed no fouls. He scored 15-points in 7 minutes of play, and a total if 21-points in the second-half.

Scott and his brother are averaging 17.5 ppg thru two games.
 
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RE: Temple men’s bb 2019-2020
Eastern Michigan’s Monty Scott had another good game tonight as he scored 21-points on 9-10 shooting on two’s. He’s now averaging 18.7 points per game.
 
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RE: Temple men’s bb 2019-2020
In MCKie’s first season as HC, 2019-2020, Temple was coming off a 13-5 conference record. In the 2019-2020 season, Temple fell to a terrible conference record of 6-12.

I argued on this thread that one of the reasons for Temple’s decline was that McKie favored team Captain JP Moorman over Dre Perry and Monty Scott, Forrester over Hamilton, who were better players, shooters and scorers than both Moorman and Forrester.

Both Perry and Scott should have played more at SF and Rose should have moved to the PF position replacing Moorman.

The favoritism manifested itself in conference play by Moorman having averaged 25.7 mpg and just 6.8 ppg. Moorman’s FG percentage was 37 percent. While Perry averaged just 18 mpg and 5.6 ppg. But Perry’s FG percentage was 44.4 percent.

This season, Perry playing for Albany, is averaging 32.8 mpg and 12.7 ppg. He’s overall FG percentage is 48.3 percent far better than when he played Temple. He’s shooting 43.6 percent on three’s.

At Temple, in conference play, Scott averaged 20.5 mpg. and 8.3 ppg, had a 41-1 FG percentage, and shot 54.7 percent on two’s, and only 22.5 percent on three’s.

The reason he shot so poorly on three’s is because he was shuttled in and out of games off the bench.Prior to Temple, Scott had started at Kennesaw State and shot 36.8 percent on three’s in conference play. Following Temple, Scott had shot 35.7 percent on three’s in conference play.

Scott is now starting for Eastern Michigan and averaging 31.5 mpg, and is averaging 16.7 ppg, with a 53 percent overall FG percentage, shooting 58 percent on two’s, and 44.4 percent on three’s.

If both Scott and Perry had played for Temple far more than they did and Moorman less, both Perry and Scott would have taken fga’s from Rose, NPL, and Moorman took, and that would have been a good thing as all three were poor shooters during the 2019-2020 season.

Hamilton playing under Dunphy had a 59.7 FG percentage in conference play. Under McKie, he saw hiscFG percentage drop to 46.7 percent in conference play.

Hamilton started the 2019- 2020 season as Temple’s starting Center, and Temple had a winning non-conference record to start the season. McKie then had transfer Jake Forrester replace Hamilton in the starting line-up, and Temple subsequently crashed in conference play.

Forrester averaged 16.1 mpg and 6.6 ppg. He had a FG percentage of 51.1. Hamilton only averaged 9.3 mpg and 3.9 mpg in conference play. At Kent State last season in conference play, Hamilton averaged 25.5 mpg and 9.2 ppg. Hamilton had a 51.3 FG percentage
in conference play.

The fact that Perry, Scott, and Hamilton, all saw their shooting percentage increase fromwhen they played for Mckie, shows how bad Mckie’s offensive system is.

What a different outcome Temple’s 2019-2020 conference record would have been if Perry, Scott, and Hamilton had played far more than they did, and Perry, Scott, and Scott had returned to play last season, and Perry, Scott, and Hamilton had returned this season to play for Temple.

Because of Covid giving players a free additional year to play, Mckie did not realize that when both Scott and Hamilton left, they would be able to play two additional years.
 
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RE: Temple men’s bb 2019-2020
Former Temple player Monty Scott is now playing at Eastern Michigan. He’s averaging 16 points per game, and is ranked 9th highest in nation among guards shooting 90 plus FGAs, by shooting 53.54 percent (53-99) on all FGs. He’s shooting 58.9 percent on two’s, and 40.9 percent on three’s.
 
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RE: Temple men’s bb 2019-2020
Temple would have been a far better team both last season and this season if Scott, Hamilton, and Perry had remained at Temple.

Seems fairly clear before last season, Temple’s HC McKie wanted tosee Dunn start at SG and for Scott to come off the bench. Such reason was not sound, as surely if Scott had returned he would have beaten out Dunn as Temple’s starting SG. He looked at using Scott as Kentucky used Kevin Booker coming off the bench. Knowing that Scott would not like coming off the bench, he knew that Scott would likely transfer, and prepared for Battle transferring-in. It’s unknown whether Battle would still have transferred in if Scott had stayed.

It’s my opinion that Temple would have had one of the AAC’s best teams if both Scott and Battle along with Perry and Hamilton had all played for Temple the last and this season.

Instead, McKie decided to bring in a slew of not very good freshmen last season instead of retaining very good seasoned players last season. Such decisions have proved to be a fisaster and has resulted in fans calling for McKie’s removal., To say that Mckie blew Temple’s chance to be a really good team by making bad decisions is an understatement.

Transfer Battle is a good player, but prior to his injury, other players did not play well with him.

Watching Temple play is difficult to do it!s offensive system is quite bad. Temple needs a new coaching staff and better recruits.
 
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RE: Temple men’s bb 2019-2020
Biomes Hyland who plays for the Denver Nuggets was recruited by Temple.

I’ve now confirmed that HC McKie offered Bones a bb scholarship and he instead chose VCU. One poster has claimed that he was academically ineligible to attend Temple. That is simply untrue.
 
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