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  • Free throws & Mental Toughness

    Liked the way the team played in the second half. But, the achilles heal of free throws continue to haunt the team and will make it hard to beat Pac 12 teams on the road and UCLA/Oregon at Galen. Hoping they get it together and they need a mentally tough leader to emerge. I think it can be Peterson if he would just take the mantle and run with it...

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    I think EA getting back into playing shape will be the guy that helps with the mental side of the game. Aside from his ill advised pull up 3 during one possession we could have taken the lead, he played great in the second half.

    FT’s? Well we just have to pray there.

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    • #3
      EA is a very limited offensive player. In fact, Enfield took him out on that last possession.

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      • PdxEsq93
        PdxEsq93 commented
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        I agree with this (unfortunately). Love Ethan but Tajh would have been a bigger offensive threat in there (I don't believe Tajh was in on the final play but I may be mistaken). The triple threat of Evan, Drew and Tajh on the final play would have been harder to defend.

    • #4
      Originally posted by Marty46r View Post
      EA is a very limited offensive player. In fact, Enfield took him out on that last possession.
      In that final possession, yes you keep EA out since you need your best offensive players. But over the course of the game, having him as PG at full health is good for at least 2 less turnovers per game and probably 2 more assists per game as well.

      Drew is either amazing using his size to dish it out with ease or a turnover machine. EA being the more steady guy would be an overall plus.

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