He's been a bright spot. He doesn't care about scoring and embraces doing the dirty work, but he's also got the skill to be a scorer and playmaker. He's been very good over the last month or so.
Only if he's ruled a close contact to anyone who has tested positive. He'll have to test negative to rejoin the team for activities.
Maybe, but I think you always prefer a more favorable seeding/matchup. Less stress on Selection Sunday, too, if you enter March playing your best.
Maybe. Experience should be this team's strength. But it's not just about being older. It's about making sure those experiences pay off in the deciding moments of games.
I've seen this brought up a few times. I didn't hear the exact comments from Dykes. I haven't noticed it necessarily on a consistent basis, but if a TV announcer has noticed than Missouri's coaches have surely noticed. They work very closely with Tilmon on his shooting, Chris Hollender especially.
I haven't heard what happened with the prequel. I'm OK with it. I'm not even sure I'll read the next book. The ending was fine. I was more than ready for it to be over.
He's more of a point guard than a frontcourt player. It'll depend on the makeup of the rest of the roster. This staff has recruited Kaleb longer than it recruited Kobe, so they clearly like his game.
Yep. Not a shocker. Good place to hit the reset button for him.
I'd be interested to see him get more minutes and maybe even start. You know what you're getting with him. He doesn't have a high ceiling. He's not scoring 36 points like we saw with Pinson against TCU. But he's one guy who plays the game like a coach and has earned respect of his teammates up and down the roster.
He hasn't looked right lately. A step slow on both ends.
South Carolina is missing some key players, too. They're a mess offensively and don't have great size. They try to speed you up and play in transition and aren't as interested in beating you up inside.
Martin will talk to the media tomorrow morning. I hope to get an answer then.
I know. I realized shortly after I wrote that and went back and edited. He was drafted by the Pistons. Brain fart.
It seemed to me you equated poor recruiting to not signing players from the state. That's not the same thing. My apologies if I misunderstood your point.
I'm not going to regular-season road games and plan to attend postseason games.
OK, folks. I'm out of time. We'll do this again next week. Thanks for taking part.