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When did I ever say anything like that? Bo is far from perfect, there are a number of things I think he can and should be criticized for, but he did a great job this season with this group and has done a great job overall over the course of his time in Madison. Your "boball" sucks attitude is way over the top. Again, if you don't like it, go follow someone else.
This post is hilarious, but I found this unbelievable: "improve his D or strength he will also sit because bo cares more about those things than he does about winning the game when points are needed."
You do realize that our defense wins us a lot of games, right? You act like playing defense is a losing intiative.
For me, I think it all comes down to having a versatile, athletic 3. We haven't had that in a while, and it has forced us to use players like Evans to facilitate a post game, because he has a mismatch against most typical three's defensively. He's also quicker than most fours. We got those matchups by moving the ball the perimeter and forcing the D to switch until Evans got a favorable matchup; if it didn't happen, we were usually forced into a perimeter shot. The problem is that Evans is not a scorer; he is a turnover-prone, undersized four that was forced into an offensively-centric role because he's the only played on the team that possessed a physical matchup advantage over his typical defender.
That changes with Dekker. He's a legitimately elite talent. At 6-7, he's a matchup nightmare for most defenders. With a PG that's looking to find players going to the rim, look out, because Dekker is crazy good at finishing. He shot a lot of perimeter shots this season because there wasn't really a person to penetrate and get him the ball going to the rim. That changes with Koenig. Watching them in AAU was a treat.
This post was edited by Klobe1010 13 months ago
"We don't care about anything but winning. No one cares about ethical standards thats for losers..."
As much as the future could be bright with the incoming class, they are still young and until we can see them play, I will just think like every year. A top 25 class that wins at home. Things can go wrong, like the Uthoff thing.
Speaking of Uthoff, we could really use him on the roster next year. Ugh.
I am hoping Dukan is ready for some action. That would help forget about JA.
At least Bo owns Izzo, right?
Uthoff hasn't proven anything. His scholarship may be going to better use now with this incoming class.
So what you're saying is that this team underachieved this year? This was one of his least talented teams since he's been here. I'm not sure why your expectations were so high but, the track record of this team this year had proven that they were playing far beyond their actual talent.
I will never understand Jackson. At times you wonder why he is on the court, but yet, UW doesn't have the year they have without him.
Keep in mind Gasser will be at the point so Keonig won't have to play huge minutes for us right off the bat. The frontline does however scare me. We are very thin there.
This post was edited by jajulka 13 months ago
He's one of the few players I've ever watched that never looks like he's making the right decision when he has he ball.
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