Bumped. GO BRUINS. -N
Sorry about the video quality, it was the best I could do given the source material. A couple notes to meet the 75 word quota:
0:40 Indicative of JA's offensive game last night - under control, took what was given to him
1:33 & 1:53 Stover has a real knack for shot blocking, he may send some players to the line this year but he'll also make up for the occasional defensive lapse from our guards and wings
2:05 Carlino might be quicker than any of us anticipated, he moves his feet well on D both on the ball and in the passing lanes. That being said, he'll probably get eaten up by bigger guards.
Continued after the jump.
2:50 This is the kind of shot Honeycutt needs to take. Too many contested threes from him this year would be a recipe for disaster. One of our biggest potential problems this year could be TH and RN failing to play within themselves (remember LRMAM the jump shooter).
2:59 Lamb gets in his man's shirt on one end and finishes on the other. He is polished (good D stance, good pump fakes, good form on his shot) he just needs to adjust to the speed of the college game.
3:10 The Bruins demonstrate how you fast break out of a made basket. Even if the D is already on the other side of the court, that doesn't mean that they are set and ready to lock down.
3:49 We are all witnesses.
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