- Aug 21, 2011
Well since the other one was locked I guess we'll start over:crazy:
So you are thinking Ennis @ about 12ppg next year, I assume. Cooney would figure to be @ 16 ppg then and then a frosh would add 12ppg, not to mention Mike G. The forwards gonna get any shots?Briscoe is a scoring point though. With Joseph, both can really shoot it, sg/pg really wouldn't be that different at the college level with that. Actually it would work well, as briscoe has also played the left side of the court alot as a sophmore.
Joseph made a comment about working well with ennis. In his opinion two pgs on the court together like Scoop and Dion worked well, and he wants to play in a system like that. Ironiclly a huge reason he committed.
Name a college team with two really solid scoring nba caliber pg's both ready to go. You won't find to many in recent years. That could be us next year if Joseph comes in ready to score like 12 ppg. The key is can they both hit the outside shot, one of them at a near 40%.
Sad but true:bang:Here's a prediction that cannot fail, if history has taught us anything.
Currently #12 here:
If he lands on the hill, I guarantee his ranking will drop. Place your bets, shoot I'd give you 2:1
That point cannot be understated. I think a big part of the current five year run (2 S16, a bad call from a 3rd S16, 1 E8 and 1FF) is the quality of players (though the talent upgrade hasn't hurt). Guys like Andy, Wes, AO, Brandon, Kris J, James, Baye, etc, really improve the culture. I really like this year's team, too. The starting guards are great ball players but also appear to be top-notch kids. CJ Fair might go down as an all-time, top 10 type player and person for the program. Those three are leading us now and then throw in Baye's leadership, etc, and you have a making a great core of character types.And there it is in a nutshell. Drama. Don't need it.