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PostPosted: Fri Oct 06, 2006 11:50 am
That's okay; I'd rather have way too many weapons than too few. As long as he performs when called upon. Nelly will use the best players next year.
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It was saying Foyle hit 90%, and that's saying in game he hits 80%, and that in game Bied hits 75%, if you apply that "10% rule".
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John Patrick wrote:It was saying Foyle hit 90%, and that's saying in game he hits 80%, and that in game Bied hits 75%, if you apply that "10% rule".


Exactly. The 10% rule may apply to a decent shooter, but not to a bad one. I can believe Murphy shoots a 10% less in a game situation, but there's no way Foyle or Biedrins shoot 75-80%... It can happen one game, but not the whole season.
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PostPosted: Fri Oct 06, 2006 6:40 pm
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#32 wrote:The free-throw coach clearly said that player's shoot about 10% worse in games than in practice.

You don't think Foyle can hit 75-80%? Or that Biedrins can knock down 70-75%? Even shooting 100 free-throws at the end of every practice?


No. The top will be around 65%. Just wait. I'm more interested in seeing how J-Rich or Baron improve than those two... there's much more margin of improvement in our guards.



And anyone else that plays big minutes! The guys that shoot the most freethrows will have to make them more often and that will make the difference between a close lost and close win
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TMC wrote:
#32 wrote:The free-throw coach clearly said that player's shoot about 10% worse in games than in practice.

You don't think Foyle can hit 75-80%? Or that Biedrins can knock down 70-75%? Even shooting 100 free-throws at the end of every practice?


No. The top will be around 65%. Just wait. I'm more interested in seeing how J-Rich or Baron improve than those two... there's much more margin of improvement in our guards.


yup. Just look at biedrins the other day... 30%.. ouch...
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 24, 2006 10:41 am
Dude, if Biedrins can maintain 60% from the line, I'll be happy.
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