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    Colvin and team honored at Bulls game tonight

    I saw on sports center that Covlin's title team was honored at half time of the Bulls and heat game. They didn't mention Covlin just Jordan but that is a nice reward for the team.


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    Re: Colvin and team honored a Bulls game tonight

    So I rewatched the game this morning... I noticed several things:
    Colvin is a very good ballhandler. He had a sweet open court behind the back move. He was also the quickest player on the floor. He is a better shooter than DG or Buckley. However, he doesn't always make the best decisions, as he often goes airborne without an open person to pass to. He can break just about anyone down off the dribble, but he missed 5 lay-ups/ bunnies that I counted. He is a good defender, but very undisciplined; He tends to swat at the ball and/or reach and not move his feet. He moves well off the ball, and can create well for his teammates. He is also a good rebounder, and crashes the glass hard.



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    Re: Colvin and team honored at Bulls game tonight

    Honest question. Do you think Greg will send him to the glass? It seems like we don't send anyone to the offensive glass. That is one thing I miss...second chance points.

    Obviously he is PG so he wouldn't get many rebounds anyway



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    Re: Colvin and team honored at Bulls game tonight

    Quote Originally Posted by Clones85' View Post
    Honest question. Do you think Greg will send him to the glass? It seems like we don't send anyone to the offensive glass. That is one thing I miss...second chance points.

    Obviously he is PG so he wouldn't get many rebounds anyway
    t. I think if we have a much faster/quicker team in, we may send Colvin to the glass, but if Lucca is in, I don't see him crashing the glass, since he'll need to get back and help. I can see Gilstrap really crashing on offense.



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    Re: Colvin and team honored at Bulls game tonight

    Wesley Johnson was really good at it as a freshmen. Obviously he was 6'6 or 6'7 and had a crazy verticle. Haven't really had anyone since

    When I watched Colvin play I think he has much better mechanics to his jump shot than Buckley and DG. I also think he will be better at finishing that DG b/c he jumps towards the rim more than DG does. DG finger rolls to much and thus he is blocked a ton.

    Really we just need somebody that can get into the lane without either A)needing a screen B) backing his guy down. Which that is all DG does 90% of the time


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    Re: Colvin and team honored at Bulls game tonight

    Quote Originally Posted by Clones85' View Post
    Wesley Johnson was really good at it as a freshmen. Obviously he was 6'6 or 6'7 and had a crazy verticle. Haven't really had anyone since

    When I watched Colvin play I think he has much better mechanics to his jump shot than Buckley and DG. I also think he will be better at finishing that DG b/c he jumps towards the rim more than DG does. DG finger rolls to much and thus he is blocked a ton.

    Really we just need somebody that can get into the lane with either A)needing a screen B) backing his guy down. Which that is all DG does 90% of the time
    Right, and Colvin never missed a lay-up in the other games I watched of his, until this one.



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