A Little This A Little That

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  1. RockyMTblue2

    RockyMTblue2 Don't Look Up!

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    Courant's Anthony throws a few things our way.

    "Offensively, it was again apparent that UConn has perhaps the nation’s most dangerous weapon in Samuelson (10-for-17, 4-for-9 on 3-pointers, 26 points, 19 in the first half).

    “She made a couple big-time shots [and] you tip your hat,” Louisville coach Jeff Walz said. “The ones that were frustrating: We had talked for two days, you can’t let her back-cut you. Ride her off, make her shoot a pull-up off one or two dribbles. But then we got a little too aggressive as a post player, then we blitz her and she hit the roll. She was the one that we didn't do as good a job on defensively as I would have liked.”

    “Because we have so many people who have the ability to score, most teams try to deny the ball to at least one of us at one point,” Nurse said. “And once the backdoors started to open up, guys did a great job of finding people on time and on target in the smallest places.”

    UConn Women On The Money, On The Move And (Four) On The Naismith List
     
  2. pacific 44

    pacific 44

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    I hope Katie Lou doesn't get too defensive but i think there are people who consider her the most offensive player in all of wcbb.:cool:
     
  3. MilfordHusky

    MilfordHusky Voice of Reason

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    I think Lou has become the best all-around player, period!