- Oct 12, 2011
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Does anyone know? I know Caroline said she wanted to, has Heather said as much?
It is one thing to note a problem and better yet how to correct it, it is another to discount all of the good things a kid is doing because they don't meet one's expectations.good point icebear. why anyone would run down a Husky or for that matter any kid is always beyond. me.
Heather looked alot better then some other bench players last night. She was rebounding very well, and scored a few points. I hope she gets some quality minutes tonight.
She was much more positive than negative, and she's showing she can be physical. That will be needed going forward.Gotta agree here. Although unfortunately I did see some of her old habits coming back. i.e. getting the ball stolen or pass blocked, getting tied up by putting the ball on the floor. But she did do some good things too.
It is one thing to note a problem and better yet how to correct it, it is another to discount all of the good things a kid is doing because they don't meet one's expectations.
I am really hoping that HB will be back next year! I t makes sense for many reasons. Heather is a Huskie,she has stuck around and been there for the team<which is more than stats>,she is family,great personal opportunity for her and representative of a Student athlete,ya never know what can happen<injuries,transfers,>she is getting better,love for her to go out with a Championship>.Does anyone know? I know Caroline said she wanted to, has Heather said as much?
Many people can see something isn't working ("They keep missing too many lay ups), a relatively small group see and understand why and know how to fix it (Strengthen players against contact, teach them not be trapped too far under the boards, practice lay ups at varying speeds from cruising to full out, make sure the player receives the pass early enough, make sure they are not at too shallow an angle to the back board, etc). Not all similar problems have the same root causes. Those people that do understand these things can have long coaching careers.again, icebear. spot on! i have seen post at go to your later point, not your first point. sad. really sad.