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In the sport of basketball, teams can score one point at a time from the free throw line after an infraction on the opposing team :) Stoglin will win you games, typically it's the other less talented players that will lose them for us.
I got the shotgun. You got the briefcase. It's all in the game though, right?
“I want to show people that I can pass,” he said. “I’ve heard people say I can’t defend so I’ve been working on my defense and I’ve been defending better. I don’t want people to say I’m just a scorer, I want them to say I’m a great player.”
in regards to the 3 to end regulation:
“It was a pretty good look,” Stoglin said. “I was disappointed in myself; I felt I should have gone to the basket instead of settling for the (jumper).”
the rest of the article was interesting too:
By Bill Hass
GREENSBORO, N.C. (theACC.com) – High scorers are becoming a rare breed.
As basketball teams struggle to reach 60 points in a game, the era of the big-time scorer seems to be vanishing. As of Friday morning, only a dozen players in Division I were averaging 20 or more points a game.
One of those, Terrell Stoglin, plays in the ACC. The Maryland sophomore is averaging 21.8 points, tied for fourth in the country. He’s the top scorer in the league by four points per game.
“There’s not many kids out there who are natural scorers,” said Terps’ coach Mark Turgeon. “There’s guys who can play hard and set screens and rebound and defend, but there are very few guys who can put the ball in the basket night in and night out and he’s one of them. So he’s pretty special when it comes to that.” ...
High scorers are becoming a rare breed. One of those, Terrell Stoglin, plays in the ACC. The Maryland sophomore is averaging 21.8 points, tied for fourth in the country. He's the top scorer in the league by four points per game.
You would have to go alllll the way back to last year for Kemba Walker and UConn.
You insult carrion-eating jackals, sir!
We're not going to have much else bringing us publicity this year, it might as well be for having a top scorer.
I got banned for having this sentiment
he jacks up too many bad shots and isn't consistent nor efficient
Good. Things. Do. Not. Happen. For. D.C./MD. Sports.
no, you got banned bc you are a douche about it
The idea that Stoglin loses us games is so out and out stupid I just can't even believe someone who says that understands sports. If you removed Terrell Stoglin from this team, there is not one game they lost that they would have won, and many that they won that would now be losses.
In all seriousness, give me one game this year where his impact was so negative that the team would have won without him. One. If you can't, you simply cannot say he "loses" games for Maryland.
going 1-11 from 3 is bad
jacking up 20 3pters like he did against miami is even worse
20 3 pointers...in one game...from your starting guard
Good point. I'd much rather have Pe'shon, Faust and Parker taking those shots.
yeah, anyone can hit the rim on a 3pointer. Those guys shooting them adds an element of excitement to the game!
(sorry for hating on MD players. Just trying to make a point)
I <3 TS
ps. He didn't jack up any ridiculous 3's yesterday. We could've used 3 or 4 of them as he usually makes some.
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