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Discussion in 'In-State Rivals' started by CyTwins, Feb 7, 2018.
ISU doesn't have a single player in the 110's for defensive rating. Derp
My bad, that is his D rating in conference. You may want to check Jackson's though. Derp.
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What's Garza's conference D rating?
Better than Jackson's.
LOL at Garza being one of the worst 5 defensive players in the country or whatever that stupid stat was. Hes not even the worst defensive player in the state.
That didn't answer my question. What is his conference D rating?
You have already looked so no need for me to repeat it.
No i haven't that's why I'm asking. I just assume it's really bad. I know Jackson's conference one is bad
Highest PERs in the Big Ten...
I stand by what I said -- 25+ and you are talking about an all-conference team if you can maintain that efficiency over a decent volume or time.
Georges was in that range...
Wow, Garza has a PER almost 10 points higher than Niang did as a freshman and about 3 points higher than his best season.
Iowa is really bad at defense so no body is going to have a good defensive efficiency rating.
Looking at Garza's PER though, it is pretty impressive for a freshman big who is pretty slow. He is one of the best rebounders in the conference.
So is his full year D rating.
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Cool story David
PER really likes rebounding, though, and particularly offensive rebounding for generating extra possessions. PER loves Lard for the same reason.
Niang was a role player on a NCAA tournament team as a freshman. And in Niangs "best season" he did that while playing more than 33 minutes a game.
Garza is playing well, but he's doing it on a bad team and for limited stretches of time. We'll see how he progresses.
And nobody misses more shots than Iowa to get those rebound stats up.
Speaking of Lard... I would say he is having the best freshman season for a big at ISU since Marcus Fizer. You could make an argument for Brackins but I think Lard's numbers are better.
Tyler Cook: What kind of music do you usually have here?
Claire: Oh, we got both kinds. We got country *and* western.
Iowa shoots 48.0% from the field, good for 36th in the NCAA.
ISU checks in at 232nd with a FG% of 43.7%.
Tyler Cook: What kind of basketball do you usually play here?
Fran: Oh, we got both kinds. We got inefficient *and* poor defense!
Side note: Fran is a perfect name for a crappy basketball coach and a waitress at Bobs Country Bunker