Why is it that DH had the team playing such a slow tempo

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Thank you Chin here’s your answer. Just think the majority of transition plays of note were outlets to Bouk or his own rebound/steal coast to coast. If the ball went to Cole or Gaff they rarely made plays and usually pulled it back. It will not change if our guards don’t change their games or DH doesn’t get guard help or freshman don’t immediately step up.
Yeah but that guard ability is a necessity. Without it can the team be very successful? Especially without Bouk.
 
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There definitely was a difference. Look at the scores near the end of the season.
Maybe that is true. But I'd say Bouknight coming back had a lot to do with that. I'd be curious to see how many offensive possessions the team had in the 9 games after Bouknight came back compared to the games he missed and also look at all the games before those last 9 games.

Does kenpom.com have a pace stat for each game listed anywhere? That might be the easiest way to tell.
 

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