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Harvard @ Fordham Pregame/In-game 12/6/17 7PM


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« Reply #120 on: December 07, 2017, 07:49:17 am »

The positives: Slanina has learned to play effectively without fouling. We continue to play stifling defense.

Its hard to imagine holding a team to 20% 3 point shooting and 47 points and still losing. The D will at least keep us in these games.

What was our timeout situation during Havsa's dancing with the Stars audition and Evans failure to inbound?   Were we out of TOs?  Were they squandered after made baskets again?

We had one left. Two were used after made baskets. I get that type of use, but at times it kills our momentum and obviously leaves us in need at the end. I know you can't take a timeout into the locker room, but I would prefer to enter the locker room with a timeout in my pocket and a victory.

I would not be shocked if the instructions before that now infamous inbound were to get the ball across court and call a timeout. That might have been in Evans' head and he was hesitant to use it, but he has to also know that the timeout is available there if needed.
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