I think she has a lot of potential; she is quick and can get to the basket as well as shooting from the outside. She is also aggressive, an attitude that could make her into a good defensive player too. A lot of upside.
Congratulations to Kid. It is obvious that the plan is a 7 player rotation with Kid and Ellis coming off the bench. I think we need Kid to contribute from the 3 pt line for us to have the success we want. She's as good as we've had when she's on. Let's hope she continues to develop some consistency.
That was a great shooting performance by anyone, not just a freshman -- Kidd shows she has the stuff she was recruited for. Way to go! I'd also like her to keep the dribble/drive in her gameplan, because once she has some respect from the 3, she will get some openings and she is strong taking it up. She has shown she can make free throws. That could be equally important to our offense. 3 the old-fashioned way, plus get the opponents in some foul trouble.
I'm kind of hoping that Brynn also keeps taking openings to the basket. She may have often have a size advantage on her defender. Working hard on defense may make it tougher on offense, but she has the talent and it might help while being patient on 3s.
Fennelly has been following Kidd since she was a kid in 8th grade! Watching game highlights during her H.S. career and interviews from then, she came across as tough mentally and skilled. She is one of the team I have few worries about-the Kidd is going to be all right!
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