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Discussion in 'Mens Basketball' started by Pharmacy99, Mar 20, 2017.
It is not a one year fluke. He shot over 52% last year and 62% this year.
Maybe it just me, but it appears Babb just needs some confidence. He can shoot, he can defend, he's responsible with the ball. It seemed he hesitated at times and deferred to the seniors on the court.
I would expect a huge step forward next season from Babb.
I almost like this more than any of the the other information. I love how every one of our players this year has character and proved the low class folks wrong. Winning with character makes the losses a little easier.
There are still people in the state that think that ISU just takes any cast-off. They'll spout it anywhere someone might confuse their opinion with one that means jack in the basketball world. It just shows how low class the haters have been and in some cases the haters have been extremely ironic, and sometimes flat out racist.
I'm probably proudest of this years team as I've been for any team in a long long time. Largely because of events far away from the court. This gives me hope that that will continue. One program is doing it the right way.
Completely agree. He hasn't played with the green light since 2014 and it shows.
It's too bad he didn't come to ISU out of high school and redshirt. He probably would have played a lot more a year ago and thus been further along. Oh well, that Vaughn recruitment was fun , haha
I just reviewed game logs from past 2 seasons. It seems his 3 point field goal % from this year is inaccurate. However, he indeed shot 52% (63-121) from the behind the arc last year.
The game logs from 2015-2016 was recorded accurately.
I hope for a big step forward but don't expect it.
Not to derail the thread but you cite one of the things I hate about the tavern hawks and their constant BS harping on thugs and outcasts and I just have to weigh in. We have Burton wearing the bright pink shoes to honor his mom. We have Naz going back to his full last name as a nod to his mom. We have Morris and his family members and great mom at games and his efforts to support Flint. We got Thomas volunteering and lecturing kids on the evil of drinking and driving. The Hawk fans talk is such an absolute and false narrative. Loved watching these guys and they gave us great game moments but I am also super proud to have them as graduate alumni. Would totally love to have them all land in my community someday.
There are programs in this state so desperate to have a program as successful as ISU's that they'll play felons. It's disgusting.
I agree with this. When he was aggressive he looked great. I think young has a ton more offensively than he showed this year because both knew that there were a bunch of very good scoring options so they took a back seat.
I've seen Lewis play...kid is spot on a cross between Barry Stevens and Jok shooting form. He has broad shoulders for a kid his size..unique build. He can flat out score and shoot the rock. WHere he is at defensively will determine a lot next year IMO. Prohm is going to build a defensive minded team.
Feels like everyone forgets about Terrence for next year. I'm looking forward to watching him next season, hope he can compete defensively at this level.
I don't know about his school but our high school stats were kept by some dumbshit freshman behind the bench.
I completely agree with this. My very first impression of Lewis is he is Jok#2. The big difference is Lewis is light years ahead of Jok at the same age.
From everything I've seen of Lewis, he looks super athletic. His arms are long, he can run up and down the court.
Does he have ever pure ice flowing through his veins?
Sometimes there a glitch where a box score for HS games will say someone made 4 threes off 0 attempts
I may be wrong but I recall Thomas shooting a high % (50% or so) as a Jr in HS but as SR was below 40%.
It does seem Lewis is flying under the radar and could be a huge contributor.