A high % of bad shots? Good grief. I’d like to see a team that makes a high percentage of bunnies. Every college team takes some bad shots. We didn’t take an inordinate number. Our problems were twofold. First we missed a remarkable number of layups and other gimmes. Second we couldn’t hit 3s with any regularity.71st post of the threa, eh? Yeesh.
And then we got this one, which others have already put in its proper place.
Before this past season, I'd figured that I'd be through with this angle after this year. I find myself willing to extend one more.
Is it the pandemic?
EVERYBODY getting another year?
The transfer portal chaos?
I think that @Vuce properly suggested that those who don't like Hurley's quotes shouldn't read them.
As to rebuilds, NCAA Tourney announcers fell all over themselves saying Scott Drew has done the greatest total rebuild in history, and it took him 18 years. And Tara went 29 years between Championships. I think that with 5 more games, this year's team would have improved its seeding and worked out some kinks, giving DH his first Sweet 16, maybe better.
Next season, I'd really like to see a team that doesn't take such a high percentage of bad shots.
I don't really care how it happens, whether it's a revamped offense; Diggins being a solid, make-it-happen, pass-first PG; everybody getting just that much better; Rocket Watts joining as a penetrating playmaker without pretensions of becoming a more frequent shooter (but shooting better nonetheless). There are a lot of paths.
And now, I'l actually read the article...
EDIT: I liked the article, and didn't dislike Hurley's quotes as I'd been somewhat setup to do.