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Box Score Bits 11-10 + 11-11

Box score Bits 11/10/12 + 11/11/12
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11/10/12
Key Results
Evansville 49 at Notre Dame 58
Delaware 66 at La Salle 73
UCF 74 at USF 56
Nevada 64 at Irvine 78
Prospect Watch
Isaiah Sykes, PG UCF- 26pts, 11reb, 8ast, 2stl, 10/16fg
Kedren Johnson, PG Vanderbilt- 25pts, 6reb, 6ast
Phil Pressey, PG Mizzou- 19pts, 9ast, 5reb
Kevin Dillard, PG Dayton- 12pts, 10ast, 6reb, 5to’s
DJ Cooper, PG Ohio- 18pts, 6ast, 5reb, 3stl, 5to’s
Matthew Dellavedova, PG St Mary’s- 20pts, 5ast, 5stl, 3to’s, 4/6 3pt
Jahii Carson, PG Arizona St- 15pts, 5ast, 2/3 3pt
Chris Flores, PG NJIT- 28pts, 6reb, 4/7 3pt
Deonte Burton, PG Nevada- 8pts, 2reb, 1ast, 3to’s

Eric Green, G VTech- 21pts, 6ast
Bryce Cotton, G Providence- 21pts, 6reb, 4ast, 3to’s
Rontei Clarke, G Butler- 21pts, 5/10 3pt

Kevin Foster, SG Santa Clara- 27pts, 9ast, 3stl, 7/15 3pt, 24min
Shane Gibson, SG Sacred Heart- 29pts, 6reb, 11/21fg
Austin Morgan, SG Yale- 28pts, 4ast, 3stl, 6/11 3pt
Daman Starring, SG Irvine- 25pts, 7reb, 10/10ft
Jawanza Poland, SG USF- 22pts, 3reb, 3stl, 8/11fg
Malik Story, SG Nevada- 21pts, 5reb
James Ennis, SG Long Beach- 19pts, 6reb, 7to’s
Nick Kellogg, SG Ohio- 18pts,4/4 3pt

LaDontae Henton, F Providence- 24pts, 5reb, 2blk
Laurence Bowers, F Mizzou- 20pts, 7reb
EJ Singler, F Oregon- 12pts, 8reb, 3ast, 4/11fg

Mike Groselle, PF The Citadel- 21pts, 15reb, 2stl, 9/11fg
Brock Motum, PF Washington St- 23pts, 10reb, 2blk, 9/13ft
Jack Cooley, PF Notre Dame- 19pts, 11reb, 6blk, 5/7fg
Javon McCrea, PF Buffalo- 22pts, 8reb, 3blk, 10/12ft
Keith Clanton, PF UCF- 16pts, 16reb, 5to’s
Carl Hall, PF Wichita St- 17pts,13reb, 3blk
Jarrell Eddie, PF VTech- 17pts, 10reb, 3/7 3pt
Jamelle Haggins, PF Delaware- 12pts, 14reb, 5blk, 6/10fg
Jerrell Wright, PF LaSalle- 14pts, 10reb
Leonard Washington, PF Wyoming- 16pts, 7reb, 3blk, 5/12fg

Jordan Bachynski, C Arizona St- 17pts, 12reb, 9blk, 8/10fg
Alex Oriakhi, C Mizzou- 8pts, 15reb, 3blk
Tony Woods, C Oregon- 14pts, 7reb, 2blk, 6/10fg
DeShawn Painter, C Old Dominion- 12pts, 8reb, 6/11fg

11/11/12
Game I watched: Marshall 68 at Villanova 80
A main point I took from this game is that Villanova is a really tough nosed team. Their guard play was great both offensively and defensively especially from Ryan Arcidiacono and James Bell. Arcidiacono played great ball, set the tone defensively and really set up his teammates well. This Wildcat pressure defense intimidated Marshall and created many turnovers and transition opportunities. Bell and Jayvaughn Pinkston were relentless when attacking the rim which led to many easy finishes at the rim. I give credit to Marshall for hanging in the game throughout even though I thought they were superior team prior to the game. Nova’s D really shut down Marshall’s star DeAndre Kane and Marshall needs him to score if they are going to be successful. Overall, Villanova is a lot better than I thought because they have toughness and a great PG in Ryan Arcidiacono. The Wildcats and Thundering Herd are probably both on the NCAA bubble.
Arcidiacono really stood out as a potential star even as a freshman. He is a true floor general with range way beyond the 3pt line. Former top 100 recruit and Villanova guard, Ty Johnson, recently transferred from the program because he feared lack of playing time. This kid was a good ball player, but this situation speaks to just how good Arcidiacono really is. Not only can Arcidiacono set people up in the half court, but he also thrives in transition. He had one pass to Yarou and one to Hillard that split the defense and led to a wide open finish. Defense is also one of his specialties. I spoke before about his great pressure man to man defense, but he is also an accomplished pick pocket. There was one play where Dennis Tinnon beat Pinkston off the dribble and Arcidiacono came out of nowhere to rip the ball away and start the break. Arcidiacono is one hell of a player who definitely has a NBA future and will be one of the country’s best guards by his sophomore or junior year. I know this may seem like overkill after one game, but this kid has all the attributes of a premier college point guard and I am certain he will a household name very shortly.

Important Results
Manhattan 51 at Louisville 79
Syracuse 62 at SDSU 49
Marshall 68 at Villanova 80
Loyola MD 63 at Washington 85
New Mexico St 62 at Oregon St 71

Prospect Watch
Pierre Jackson, PG Baylor- 25pts, 7ast, 3stl, 4reb
Ryan Arcidiacono, PG Villanova- 25pts, 6ast, 4reb, 2stl, 4/9 3pt
Jordan Aaron, PG Milwaukee- 28pts, 6ast, 4reb, 3stl, 7/14 3pt
Aaron Craft, PG Ohio St- 20pts, 7ast, 5/7 3pt
Mark Lyons, PG Arizona- 17pts, 6ast, 0to’s
Anthony Ireland, PG Loyola Marymount- 17pts, 11reb, 5ast, 5to’s
Peyton Siva, PG Louisville- 10pts, 10ast, 5to’s, 1stl
Cashmere Wright, PG Cinnci- 16pts, 4reb, 3ast, 3to’s, 19min, 4/7 3pt

Ahmad Starks, G Oregon St- 33pts, 5ast, 5reb, 4stl, 11/21fg
Kenny Boynton, G Florida- 22pts, 6reb, 5ast, 4/4 3pt
Russ Smith, G Louisville- 23pts, 5stl, 4/13 3pt
Duke Mondy, G Oakland- 30pts, 6reb, 9to’s, 2stl, 12/18fg
Michael Carter-Williams, G Cuse- 17pts, 4reb, 4ast, 5stl, 4to’s
D’Vauntes Smith-Rivera, G Georgetown- 19pts, 6/7fg, 4/4 3pt
Brandon Triche, G Cuse- 15pts, 4ast, 3reb, 5to’s

Michael Lyons, SG Air Force- 33pts, 7/12 3pt
Michael Hale III, SG San Antonio- 29pts, 3reb, 3ast, 10/14fg
Allen Crabbe, SG Cal- 27pts, 11/17fg, 4/5 3pt
Trevor Lacy, SG Alabama- 23pts, 4ast, 3stl, 5/5 3pt, 22min
CJ Wilcox, SG Washington- 22pts, 6reb, 4/5 3pt
Justin Cobbs, SG Cal- 22pts, 6reb, 3ast, 8/11fg
Sean Johnson, SG Duquesne- 21pts, 8reb, 5 fouls, 8/8ft
Lenzelle Smith, SG Ohio St- 18pts, 5reb, 8/11fg
Ben Brust, SG Wisconsin- 14pts, 11reb, 3ast, 2/2 3pt
James Bell, SG Villanova- 19pts, 4reb, 5to’s, 3/5 3pt
Sean Kilpatrick, SG Cinnci- 14pts, 3reb, 1/5 3pt
Jamaal Franklin, SG SDSU- 11pts, 8reb, 3stl, 7to’s

CJ Fair, SF Cuse- 17pts, 10reb, 2stl
DeShaun Thomas, SF Ohio St- 19pts, 3reb, 2stl, 4/9 3pt
Dennis Tinnon, SF Marshall- 15pts, 9reb, 4/7fg
Reggie Bullock, SF UNC- 16pts, 4ast,6/7fg
Amath M’Baye, SF Oklahoma- 12pts, 9reb, 2blk, 6/9fg
Greg Whittington, SF Georgetown- 8pts, 15reb
Taurean Waller-Prince, SF Baylor- 13pts, 6reb, 2stl, 4/5fg

Ryan Anderson, PF Boston College- 29pts, 17reb, 2stl, 11/14ft
Murphy Burnatowski, PF Colgate- 24pts, 12reb, 2blk, 5to’s
Brandon Ubel, PF Nebraska- 21pts, 12reb, 8/12fg
Jerome Frink, PF FIU- 22pts, 10reb, 9/9ft
Ron Bracey, PF Stony Brook- 21pts, 10reb, 2/2 3pt
Michael Carrera, PF South Carolina- 17pts, 15reb, 3blk
OD Anosike, PF Siena- 17pts, 12reb, 6/7fg
James McAdoo, PF UNC- 19pts, 11reb, 2stl
Cory Jefferson, PF Baylor- 14pts, 7reb, 6blk, 6/7fg
Davante Gardner, PF Marquette- 14pts, 6reb, 16min
Majok Majok, PF Ball St- 11pts, 12reb, 4/8fg
Rico Gathers, PF Baylor- 13pts, 10reb, 2stl, 6/8fg
Brandon Ashley, PF Arizona- 12pts, 8reb, 2blk, 8/12ft
Erik Murphy, PF Florida- 15pts, 3reb, 3/6 3pt
Rakeem Christmas, PF Cuse- 3pts, 6reb, 5blk
JJ O’Brein, PF SDSU- 9pts, 7reb, 2ast, 2stl

Rhamel Brown, C Manhattan- 18pts, 15reb, 7/13fg
Jared Berggren, C Wisconsin- 19pts, 8reb, 4blk, 7/7ft
Aziz NDiaye, C Washington- 10pts, 16reb, 3blk
Patric Young, C Florida- 12pts, 12reb, 2blk, 5/9fg
Dennis Clifford, C Boston College- 12pts, 5reb, 3blk, 18min, 6/8fg
Joel James, C UNC- 11pts, 8reb, 4/5fg, 18min
Gorgui Dieng, C Louisville- 9pts, 3reb, 4/6fg, 20mins


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Thanks for these posts.I'll

Thanks for these posts.

I'll be looking forward to watching Arcidiacono. I only saw a little bit of him in HS. I thought he and Yogi were the most college ready incoming PGs in terms of skill. He's super confident with the skill to back up his swagger. He's got good size for the point as well. The thing I didn't like about him when I saw him was that he was really loose with his shot selection and attempted some really difficult stuff, both in his shots and when trying to make plays. I'll have to catch a 'Nova game soon.

Also, I wasn't aware of the Ty Johnson transfer. That's a shame. I thought he and Archie could've shared a backcourt.

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how did allen crabbe look,

how did allen crabbe look, any1?

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