Strive for Five
- Aug 26, 2011
- Reaction Score
He got schooled defensively in this game. Their PG has some skills, but every PG in the Big East is going to be good. Hope he can get it together.
Just an ok game for Bazz. 1 assist?? He played much more like a combo guard than a pg tonight. Id like to see him look to creative his offense a little less. We all know he can score and he had some great plays, but we need him as a PG more than a scorer this year. Something thats going to take some time for him to adjust to. He still has times where he wants to be an offensive spark.He got schooled defensively in this game. Their PG has some skills, but every PG in the Big East is going to be good. Hope he can get it together.
Bazz was very sick with the flu, totally exhausted but gutted out the win. That's leadership. The only problem with Bazz is he has no relief until Ryan comes back. Calhoun is notoriously known around here for not resting his players during games. So he can't look for help from the coach. But Bazz clearly needs a backup, and soon. Until then I just want Bazz to manage his energy, fouls and health. We can't win the BE without him.
Wow! I wasn't sure where to jump in on this thread, but my gosh! Bazz was very good last night. From what I read, he might have been battling the flu ontop of everything else. He had to play some crazy prolonged minutes against one of the most aggressive backcourts I've seen in sometime...oh...and doing so while making sure he stays out of foul trouble. Because when Bazz looks behind him for his back-up all he sees is his own ass.I guess Shabazz is supposed to play stick-um D while running an offense and having to score for 40 minutes. Not sure how Shabazz is getting called out when Lamb was terrible defensively and it seemed like every breakdown off of dribble penetration was due to his man getting by him. And I don't mean that as a shot at Jeremy, I think both of them are having to play too many minutes and be responsible for too much of the offense.