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Looks like another guard-oriented offense.
Today v. Stanford:
FG: 38.5% (20 or 52)
3-PT: 33.3% (4 or 12)
FT: 84.6% (22 or 26)
Guess Turg may go small again Good opportunity for Terps to grow on rthe road.
Alabama's defence is going to give us a trouble moving the ball up the court.
Bad matchup IMO. They also haven't lost at home since December
This. Did a good job of providing pressure today.
leave padgett on the bench again?
NYCTerp is now OCTerp
According to KenPom, after losing to Mercer (109) and Tulane (146), the "best" team they beat in that stretch is Kentucky (albeit with Noel).
I hear they are selling general admission tickets for $9. So, they will probaby get a better crowd than our $25 pricing strategy yielded.
You forgot to adjust for Alabama.
$9 there is like, what? $50 here?
if you believe the cheapskate in the other thread, then sure
I suspect they offered the $9 tickets becasue of those attendance numbers. I think this might be the first time.
What were our attendance numbers?
This post was edited by BoniMaroni 13 months ago
To be fair, nine dollars is like two hours of work after taxes for the average Alabaman.
I got the shotgun. You got the briefcase. It's all in the game though, right?
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