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We won't win another game the rest of the year with only these players.
Its expected. We were supposed to lose, but for the greater good IMO. CAG I love him!
Now on this game... Nobody will pass the ball to Carl on the pick n roll..HES WIDE OPEN IN FRONT OF THE BASKET. Cooper wants to shoot everytime without even thinking about the wide baseline teammate that just never gets a look. Ben Eblen is the only point guard in the history of bball that does not ever attempt to put the ball in the basket (and yes, drive layups count! Hes does NONE OF THE ABOVE!) And dont give me that song n dance about "he knows his role". If thats really his role, some would ask how on earth this kid ever got a scholarship to the U of A. I have been asking this since first game I saw him play in. But before you flame the poop outta me, know this... All I know is, is that Ben Eblen is dressed and in a Bama uniform tonight with his other rule following Bama teammates! My being critical of his game, is totally separate from my appreciation of ALL the guys who ARE IN BAMA UNIFORM TONIGHT. Must be tough on them, but we're all proud of em!
Go get em CAG, look for Carl on the roll, Be patient Coop, Be aggressive for once Mr Nick Jacobs. And Eblen, for the love of all thats been created..THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS A NO PRODUCTIVE POINT GUARD (and yes, layups count as shooting...getting to the free line from getting fouled in the act of shooting also counts!)
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