Remember this post back on 11-20, and it is all coming to be the truth. One other thing i know i am not a coach an i am not at practice but lets give all of Bryan Peterson and Sean Haluska's minutes to Diante Garrett and Charles Boozer and start preparing for the future of ISU basketball. They have talent lets take are lumps now and we will be better for it in the future.
11-20-2007, 09:51 PM Why is Bryan Peterson.....
playing? He cannot create a shot for anyone. He cannot get open off the dribble. He can barely bring the ball up the court. He is too slow. He is too short. It becomes more apparent as the level of competition increases. He is killing us because are offense is starting with ten seconds left on the shot and we are still 10-15 feet outside the three point line!!!
Coach McDermott is killing us, his subsitutes are almost always two minutes too late. He is trying to win with guys that are not part of ISU long term future. I would prefer to take are lumps with Charles Boozer at the two, until Wesley gets back but this is the chance to get Boozer some valuable minutes. He is way more athletic than Peterson or Haluska. Are offense looks a million times better when Diante is running it, we can actually run an offense and get it to the post.
Also like i said all along Alex Thompson is what i thought he was, a below average player that wants to be a guard but is in a 6'9' body. He is not D-1 talent!!!!
I like are future with Garrett, W. Johnson, and Brackins.
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