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Evans 17 48.57%
Washington 3 8.57%
Broome 5 14.29%
Cumberland 9 25.71%
Clark 1 2.86%
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Old 07-11-2017, 09:02 AM   #1
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Who leads the team in scoring?

Evans
Washington
Cumberland
Broome
Clark

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Old 07-11-2017, 10:40 AM   #2
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Evans might run away with this.
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Old 07-11-2017, 11:03 AM   #3
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I think Washington will get a lot of garbage baskets with Broome and Cumberland drawing defenders to them.
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Old 07-12-2017, 08:51 AM   #4
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I think Washington will get a lot of garbage baskets with Broome and Cumberland drawing defenders to them.
The race to 14+ ppg based on numbers from last year.

Evans FG attempts was 9.9 per game. That was good for 13.6 ppg. He needs to get off 10.21 FG's to get to 14. His minutes won't go up much if at all so it will come down to extra possessions and efficiency.

Washington FG attempts was 10.0 pg. That was good for 12.9 ppg. He needs to get off 10.9 FG's. His minutes can go up significantly if he can stay on the court.

Clark FG attempts was 7.6 pg. Good for 10.8 ppg. He would need 9.86 FG attempts. I don't see his minutes changing much so his aggressiveness will have to change a LOT! I just don't see it.

Cumberland FG attempts 5.7. Good for 8.3 ppg. He would need to attempt 9.65 FG's. The freshman hesitancy was wearing off at the end of the year so I could see him launching a lot more shots this year. His minutes could range between 25-30 or more. SK got 34.5 minutes in his soph campaign and I think they have a similar game and body type.

Broome is a wild card. He scored 25.2 ppg for the second half of his last season at Sacred Heart. He will have the ball in his hands the most, he gets to the FT line, he's aggressive, and he can score from anywhere.

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Old 07-12-2017, 09:29 AM   #5
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Good data waterhead! I think the key to the season is Clark getting more aggressive offensively and Evans showing a killer instinct. I think Evans has it and he has shown glimpses. I just want him to be a little more selfish, especially when he has an advantage over his defender.
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Good data waterhead! I think the key to the season is Clark getting more aggressive offensively and Evans showing a killer instinct. I think Evans has it and he has shown glimpses. I just want him to be a little more selfish, especially when he has an advantage over his defender.
I would like to see this too. All 5 guys being aggressive with their touches is going to put a lot of pressure on the D about who to guard and cheat to help.
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Old 07-12-2017, 12:38 PM   #7
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Evans
Washington
Cumberland
Broome
Clark
Tough to predict. I could make a reasonable argument for 4 of the 5 (Clark) to be the leading scorer. I'll go Cumberland, Evans, Broome, Washington and Clark with range from 10.5 to 14.5. I think all 5 are in double figures.
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Old 07-12-2017, 03:07 PM   #8
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My (mostly likely terribly wrong) predictions:

Evans: 15.1 ppg
Washington: 14.1 ppg
Cumberland: 13.8 ppg
Broome: 11.8 ppg
Clark 10.5
=65.3 From the starters

I think we average 83 ppg as a team.

Bench:
Jenifer: 4 ppg
Brooks: 4 ppg
Williams: 5 ppg
Scott: 3 ppg
Quad Squad: 4 ppg


Predicting 83 ppg is really hard to do and hard for me to predict but we have so much talent, predicting anything less is also hard.
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Old 07-12-2017, 05:11 PM   #9
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My (mostly likely terribly wrong) predictions:

Evans: 15.1 ppg
Washington: 14.1 ppg
Cumberland: 13.8 ppg
Broome: 11.8 ppg
Clark 10.5
=65.3 From the starters

I think we average 83 ppg as a team.

Bench:
Jenifer: 4 ppg
Brooks: 4 ppg
Williams: 5 ppg
Scott: 3 ppg
Quad Squad: 4 ppg


Predicting 83 ppg is really hard to do and hard for me to predict but we have so much talent, predicting anything less is also hard.

Swap Broome 14.1 with Washington 11.8 and I'm in agreement.
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Old 07-12-2017, 08:03 PM   #10
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We have so much depth I just hope no one transfers next season
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