The next point guard.

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  1. acoustimac

    acoustimac Well-Known Member

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    Sounds like it could be "feast or famine".
     
  3. ISC

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    I think Durr can handle point to start the season. I'm not sold on Nia yet as being able to play a lot of big 12 minutes, but we'll see. Regardless of who is playing point, the rest of the positions should be pretty solid.
     
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    I think Nia has the ability to improve our transition game if she can play under control. But I don't see her playing 30 minutes a game. I see her as a change of pace. I think both Durr and Madison Wise can play point, but I think we need their scoring on the wing too. I sure it will be a combination of players. Hopefully Bill can find a couple that can handle the point and he is ability to use them so we are efficient on offense.
     
  5. Royalclone

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    If BF needs point guards who can score, he should focus on those that can instead of the ones he has recruited recently. That said, I think he relishes these situations. He mad Alison Lacey into an AA point guard because of a similar situation at the time. He knows the best at what he describes are going to the blue bloods. He need to craft his own unless one happen to fall i to his lap like Frese, Medders, and Wheeler.
     

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