well I guess his older teammates are given the minutes, lets wait for a year or 2 then he'll be Melrose's scoring machine.
these guys don't have a problem with basketball, why do you?
Emman Monfort says you may kiss his PBA draftee's ass
the chance is from .0000000001 to .000000000001 a 1000 percent increase
I am not really keen on Bobby Parks Jr. His high stats is not so impressive as compared to Danny Seigle when the latter was in HS hoops. . .
At this stage of Bobby Jr.'s age, Danny Seigle has already achieved Pennsylvania All-State First Team Player. . .
I really doubt he got what I call an NBA touch based on his current performances in HS. . . I have not written off his chances but the way I see it, it's a long shot for him to play in NBA as what his fans in this forum envisioned him to be. . .
Another player whose credential are one of the favorites to hype by most fans here is Christian Standhardinger. . He is not impressive either. . . His current stats with the bottom ranked Nebraska in Big 12 Conference: 6.7 points, 2.3 rebounds and 0.7 assists in 9 games, was benched in 16 games.
I still believe that Danny Seigle is the most talented Filipino-American ever to play in RP based on NCAA Div I profiling. . .He posted 18.6 points, 5.9 rebounds, 1.4 assist and 1.0 steal in 55 games during his stint as mainstay with Wagner Seahawks in 1996 - 1998. .
From the little I know, I think Ray Jr is a hustle player who can score. He can defend as well. While Danny is a scorer who can..oh never mind...that's their difference..And we all know where defense can take players or teams..
I respect your opinion though..It's just that I prefer believing Ray can take his game somewhere higher than the PBA than not believing at all..
Marshall (19-7) won over Tulsa (19-7) earlier, 64-58. Chris Lutz had 15 points on 3-6 FG shooting (1-4 3PT) and 8-11 FTs made. He also had two rebounds and two assists.
Emman Monfort says you may kiss his PBA draftee's ass
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. - Hassan Whiteside poured in a team-high 17 points and Tyler Wilkerson tallied his 16th career double-double to lead the Marshall University men's basketball team past Tulsa, 64-58, in Conference USA action on Feb. 17 at the Cam Henderson Center.
Whiteside made 5-of-11 shots from the field, added nine rebounds and four blocked shots to his stat line. Wilkerson tallied 10 points and 10 rebounds, while Chris Lutz (15) and Damier Pitts (13) each scored in double figures to propel the Herd to 19-7 overall and 7-4 in conference play. Tulsa (19-7, 8-4 C-USA) received a 22-point performance from Ben Uzoh and 13 points and 15 rebounds from Jerome Jordan in the loss.
"It was a team victory for us tonight, but I also thought we had some good individual performances," Marshall head coach Donnie Jones said. "I thought Chris Lutz had a great stat line, but that wasn't what made the difference. I think he guarded the post, the man and anybody else's man that came off screens. He was a one man zone tonight."
"We got some great defensive stops down the stretch," Jones continued. "How to close out a game is what we have been learning from our losses. It was a big victory for our program, Tulsa is a great team and is very well coached."
NOTES Whiteside, a 59.7% free throw shooter, made 4-of-4 from the line in the final two minutes of the game...Whiteside is now 21-of-24 from the charity stripe in the final five minutes of games this season...Wilkerson's 16 double-doubles is the third most among active Conference USA players...Lutz has now scored 991 career points in his stints at both Purdue (freshman and sophomore) and at Marshall.
Feb 18, 2010
Redlands Men's Basketball Stumbles to Cal Lutheran in Season's Third Meeting
The University of Redlands menís basketball team traveled to Cal Lutheran University for last nightís Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) showdown, hoping to make it three in a row against the Kingsmen during the 2009-10 season. Despite defeating them at the Lee Fulmer Tournament in December and earning a solid 71-52 victory at home in January, the Bulldogs came up short for the season sweep and suffered a 72-84 loss in Thousand Oaks.
Combined with the other results around the conference, the Bulldogs remain in a tie for second place with Occidental College but now hold only a one-game lead over the two teams in fourth place. This makes the final games of the regular season even more critical in determining the teamís fate for competing in the SCIAC Postseason Tournament.
In last nightís showdown, the Bulldogs battled with the Kingsmen through the first ten minutes but quickly gave up a 13-point lead with 8:34 to go.
Redlands never regained control and faced a 16-point deficit at the break.
Despite out-scoring their opponents by four points in the second period, the Maroon and Gray succumbed to Cal Luís 93.3% showing at the free-throw line, where it converted 28 of its 30 opportunities. Redlands went to the line only 17 times while mustering an impressive 82.4% performance.
The Bulldogs pulled down four more boards than the Kingsmen, including a difference of six on the offensive end.
Cal Lutheran (13-10, 7-5 SCIAC) shot 53.7% from the field, compared to Redlandsí display of 47.3%.
The Maroon and Gray looked to a well-balanced attack that was led by junior center Jordan Sanvictores (Redwood City, CA) with 13 points on 6-for-9 shooting. Senior guard Pat Coffey (San Carlos, CA) chipped in nine points while junior guard Kent Ervin (Bend, OR) added eight points and five assists. Ten other Bulldogs posted at least two points in the defeat.
Redlands (12-11, 8-4 SCIAC) heads to Occidental (16-7, 8-4 SCIAC) for Saturdayís important SCIAC match-up at 7:30 p.m.
In St. George's he is the go to guy and it clearly shows his athleticism and explosiveness.
But in Melrose his role is spot up shooter and role/defensive player.
Hopefully next year when his senior teammates graduates he will take charge on the scoring.
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