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Box score Bits 11/12 +11/13

Box Score Bits 11-12+ 11-13
11/12/12
Important Results- Games that are close and or have significance
Youngstown 68 at Georgia 56
Fairfield 45 at Virginia 54
URI 50 at Virginia Tech 69
Norfolk St 65 at Seton Hall 78

Prospect Watch
Trey Burke, PG Michigan- 22pts, 9ast, 4/7 3pt, 3to’s
Billy Baron, PG Canisius- 21pts, 8ast, 6reb, 2stl
Kendrick Perry, PG Youngstown St- 23pts, 6reb, 5ast, 4stl, 6to’s, 10/11ft
Jason Brickman, PG LIU- 19pts, 8ast, 4to’s, 4/7 3pt
Charlie Lee, PG Cleveland St- 14pts, 10ast, 6reb, 4to’s
Joe Jackson, PG Memphis- 14pts, 6reb, 6ast, 2stl, 2/4 3pt
Anthony Marshall, PG UNLV- 14pts, 5ast, 2stl, 6/6fg
Eli Carter, PG Rutgers- 18pts, 3ast, 7/15fg
Tray Woodall, PG Pitt- 12pts, 5ast, 2stl, 0to’s

Bryce Cotton, G Providence- 24pts, 11reb, 6ast, 4to’s, 4/7 3pt
Jeff Early, G SIU- 27pts, 12reb, 11/17fg
Eric Green, G Virginia Tech- 25pts, 3reb, 4ast, 4/7 3pt
Chasson Randle, G Stanford- 24pts, 2ast, 4to’s, 8/18fg
Langston Galloway, G St Joes- 20pts, 6reb, 3stl, 6/9fg
CJ McCollum, G Lehigh- 19pts, 4reb, 4ast, 8/15fg
Remy Abell, G Indiana- 14pts, 5reb, 3/3 3pt, 17mins

Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, SG Georgia- 27pts, 6reb, 4stl, 5/11 3pt
Jordan Williams, SG UNT- 26pts, 4reb, 2stl, 2blk, 8/16fg
Xavier Munford, SG URI- 24pts, 6reb, 2stl, 11/22fg, 1/9 3pt
Elston Turner, SG Texas A&M- 26pts, 3reb, 4ast, 3stl, 4/7 3pt
Sheldon McClellan, SG Texas- 25pts, 7/10fg, ¾ 3pt
Michael Snaer, SG Florida St- 19pts, 4/7 3pt
Victor Oladipo, SG Indiana- 7pts, 8reb, 5ast, 4stl, 3to’s, 3/6fg
Tim Hardaway, SG Michigan- 10pts, 7reb, 3/5fg
Lamar Patterson, SG Pitt- 5pts, 4reb, 6ast, 2stl

Fuquan Edwin, SF Seton Hall- 23pts, 10reb, 6stl, 8/9ft
Glenn Robinson, SF Michigan- 21pts, 6reb, 8/9fg
JJ Moore, SF Pitt- 20pts, 3/5 3pt, 7/11fg
Will Clyburn, SF Iowa St- 15pts, 8reb, 4ast, 3to’s, 6/8fg
Roy Devyn-Marble, SF Iowa- 16pts, 6reb, 3ast, 2/4 3pt
Dane Miller, SF Rutgers- 14pts, 7reb, 6/7fg
Rodney Williams, SF Minnesota- 12pts, 8reb, 4stl, 2blk, 5/5fg
Ioannis Papapetrou, SF Texas- 10pts, 9reb, 2/4 3pt

Jamal Olasawere, F LIU- 25pts, 11reb, 11/12ft
Aaron White, F Iowa- 14pts, 9reb, 4/8fg
Georges Niang, F Iowa St- 17pts, 5reb, 4ast, 2stl, 2blk, 7/8fg
Tony Mitchell, F UNT- 10pts, 11reb, 3blk, 5fouls, 2/4fg
Okaro White, F FSU- 13pts, 3reb, 4fouls, 5/5fg
LaDontae Henton, F Providence- 16pts, 2reb, 6to’s, 2/4 3pt
Adonis Thomas, F Memphis- 8pts, 6reb, 4/8fg
Mike Moser, F UNLV- 2pts, 10reb, 4ast, 1/6fg

Jackie Carmichael, PF Illinois St- 27pts, 10reb, 3ast, 2blk, 13/20fg
Kadeem Batts, PF Providence- 27pts, 9reb, 12/15fg
A’Uston Calhoun, PF Bowling Green- 30pts, 7reb, 12/17fg
Cody Zeller, PF Indiana- 22pts, 9reb, 2blk, 8/12fg
Dan Trist, PF Lafayette- 30pts, 14/18fg
Anthony Bennett, PF UNLV- 22pts, 7reb, 2blk, 9/13fg
Melvin Ejim, PF Iowa St- 16pts, 10reb, 2blk, 7/10fg
Dwight Powell, PF Stanford- 14pts, 12reb, 5/7fg
Jack Cooley, PF Notre Dame- 16pts, 9reb, 8/12ft
Tarik Black, PF Memphis- 18pts, 7reb, 6/10fg
Tyler Griffey, PF Illinois- 17pts, 5reb, 2blk, ¾ 3pt
Wally Judge, PF Rutgers- 11pts, 10reb, 5/6fg, 19min
Cadarian Raines, PF Virginia Tech- 10pts, 12reb, 4/4fg
Jordan Henriquez, PF Kansas St- 5pts, 8reb, 6blk, 17min
Trevor Mbakwe, PF Minnesota- 6pts, 7eb, 2blk, 14min

Garrick Sherman, C Notre Dame- 22pts, 9reb, 8/10fg
Alan Williams, C UCSB- 15pts, 13reb, 4blk, 3stl
Eugene Teague, C Seton Hall- 14pts, 11reb, 7/11fg
Steven Adams, C Pitt- 13pts, 5reb, 2stl, 5/5fg, 19min
Alex Len, C Maryland- 11pts, 7reb, 3blk
Prince Ibeh, C Texas- 4pts, 9reb, 3blk, 20mins

11/13/12
Game I watched: Duke 75 at UK 68
This game was great and I got my second look at this young Kentucky team. They looked better than they did versus Maryland, but I don’t know if they should be a top ten team right now. Poythress finally did not have a Perry Jones esque effort, and emerged as a solid scoring option. The legend of Jarrod Polson is also over since we should all now know that he is not going to score or get assists. His game is hustle, defense, and not killing you on offense. As much as I don’t like Kyle Wiltjer as a prospect, he has a nasty skill set on offense and they should spot him up in transition or run him off screens more. Nerlens is the man for UK. He has contributions that go beyond the box score and at the end of the season we will see why he is a top 3 pick. Goodwin had his moments too but is kind of forced into the PG role.

Duke looked pretty good in this game and will rely on the veterans, Curry, Plumlee, Kelly, all season for scoring. I love Kelly’s game, he’s very cerebral and has a great BB IQ. Duke has as good of shooters as you will find in the nation and hit 8 threes in the win. The most improved player on this squad though is Mason Plumlee. Besides foul trouble, Plumlee played a great and efficient game. He only missed one shot from the field and displayed an improved face up and post-game. His interior presence will be huge for the 12-13 team since it was often nonexistent last year. Quinn Cook and Rasheed Sulaimon also looked solid, Cook in particular had a few great passes to Hariston and Plumlee for easy looks. If the shots are falling Duke will be great, but if they don’t fall they need to prove that they can defend at a high level to make it deep into March.
Important Results
West Virginia 50 at Gonzaga 84
Davidson 81 at New Mexico 86
Duke 75 at* Kentucky 68
Michigan St 67 at* Kansas 64
Stony Brook 54 at Rider 46
Temple 80 at Kent St 66
Detroit 74 at St Johns 77
Butler 47 at Xavier 62
Delaware 59 at Virginia 53
George Mason 56 at Bucknell 61
Middle Tennessee 58 at Savannah St 55
Wichita St 53 at VCU 51
Miami 51 at Gulf Coast 63
Tennessee St 71 at South Dakota St 78
Long Beach St 44 at USC 62
Albany 63 at Washington 62

Prospect Watch
Nate Wolters, PG South Dakota St- 22pts, 9ast, 6reb, 2stl, 10/10ft
Tray Woodall, PG Pitt- 23pts, 8ast, 4reb, 8/13fg
Brendan Frazier, PG Fordham- 21pts, 7ast, 4reb, 0to’s
Kendall Williams, PG New Mexico- 17pts, 7ast, 6reb, 0to’s
Ray McCallum, PG Detroit- 21pts, 4ast, 2stl, 1to, 8/23fg
Siyani Chambers, PG Harvard- 14pts, 7ast, 5reb, 1to
Chaz Williams, PG UMass- 12pts, 10ast, 3stl, 6/15fg
Keith Appling, PG Michigan St- 19pts, 3ast, 3stl, 3/3 3pt
Trey Burke, PG Michigan- 12pts, 7ast, 3to’s, 5/10fg
Flip Pressey, PG Mizzou- 21pts, 2ast, 3stl, 3to’s
Larry Drew, PG UCLA- 10pts, 8ast, 5reb, 2/4 3pt
Nurideen Lindsey, PG Rider- 17pts, 4reb, 1ast, 4to’s

Isaiah Sykes, G UCF- 23pts, 7ast, 4reb, 2stl, 1to, 10/14fg
Phil Greene, G St Johns- 20pts, 7reb, 6ast, 3to’s, 2/2 3pt
Seth Curry, G Duke- 23pts, 3reb, 7/14fg
Archie Goodwin, G UK- 16pts, 6reb, 4ast, 4to’s, 5/12fg
CJ McCollum, G Lehigh- 17pts, 3reb, 3ast, ¾ 3pt, 5to’s
Malcolm Armstead, G Wichita St- 11pts, 6ast, 5reb, 4stl, 3to’s
Rasheed Sulaimon, G Duke- 10pts, 6reb, 5ast, 3/14fg

Allen Crabbe, SG Cal- 33pts, 6reb, 3ast, 4/7 3pt
Scootie Randall, SG Temple- 31pts, 4reb, 4stl, 5to’s
Quincy Ford, SG Northeastern- 27pts, 8reb, 5/6 3pt
Tony Snell, SG New Mexico- 25pts, 5reb, 2stl, 2blk, 9/10ft
Justin Cobbs, SG Cal- 23pts, 5reb, 5ast, 10/15fg
Marshall Henderson, SG Ole Miss- 27pts, 4ast, 6/13 3pt
Tyler Haws, SG BYU- 22pts, 7reb, 5ast, 2stl, 4/6 3pt
D’Angelo Harrison, SG St Johns- 22pts, 5reb, 3stl
Sean Kilpatrick, SG Cinnci- 20pts, 8reb, 9/12fg
Chase Tapely, SG SDSU- 18pts, 6reb, 5ast, 3stl, 3blk
Jesse Morgan, SG UMass- 19pts, 7reb, 2stl
Tim Hardaway, SG Michigan- 17pts, 6reb, 4ast
Drew Crawford, SG Northwestern- 20pts, 3ast, 8/12fg
Garry Harris, SG Michigan St- 18pts, 4to’s, 7/12fg
Nik Stauskas, SG Michigan- 15pts, 6reb, 5/6fg
Ben McLemore, SG Kansas- 14pts, 3reb, 3ast, 5/7fg

Jamaal Franklin, SF SDSU- 28pts, 12reb, 4ast, 3blk
Anthony Drmic, SF Boise St- 25pts, 10reb, 5ast, 4/11 3pt
Robert Covington, SF Tennessee St- 23pts, 11reb, 3stl, 3/6 3pt
Shavon Coleman, SF LSU- 25pts, 10reb, 2blk, 2/3 3pt
Ian Hummer, SF Princeton- 25pts, 6reb, 5ast, 5to’s, 2stl, 10/15fg
Jordan Adams, SF UCLA- 26pts, 16/16ft
Alex Poythress, SF UK- 20pts, 8reb, 9/12fg
De’Mon Brooks, SF Davidson- 22pts, 4reb, 7/14fg
Tony Mitchell, SF UNT- 18pts, 10reb, 3stl, 2blk
Earnest Ross, SF Mizzou- 17pts, 10reb, 3ast, 7/8fg
Amir Garrett, SF St Johns- 15pts, 11reb, 6/9fg
Guy Landry Edi, SF Gonzaga- 14pts, 7reb, 7/10ft
Branden Dawson, SF Michigan St- 12pts, 4reb, 3stl, 5to’s, 5/6fg
Kyle Anderson, SF UCLA- 10pts, 7reb, 3stl, 0ast

Brandon Davies, PF BYU- 28pts, 9reb, 3blk, 10/14fg
Fran Doughtery, PF Penn- 31pts, 10reb, 2blk, 13/21fg
Ryan Broekhoeff, PF Valpo- 20pts, 13reb, 4/8 3pt
Keith Clanton, PF UCF- 20pts, 11reb, 4ast, 3stl, 3blk, 9/10fg
Talib Zanna, PF Pitt- 20pts, 6reb, 8/9fg, 18mins
Juvonte Reddic, PF VCU- 22pts, 10reb, 2stl, 8/11fg
Jamelle Haggins, PF Delaware- 10pts, 16reb, 4/6fg
Akli Mitchell, PF UVA- 15pts, 13reb, 3ast, 5/11fg
Murphy Holloway, PF Ole Miss- 15pts, 12reb, 2stl, 6/7fg
Tashawn Thomas, PF Houston- 17pts, 10reb, 3blk
Travis Taylor, PF Xavier- 15pts, 9reb, 7/10fg
Anthony Lee, PF Temple- 16pts, 8reb, 2stl, 6/8fg
Jeff Robinson, PF Xavier- 17pts, 8reb, 2stl, 7/13fg
Carl Hall, PF Wichita St- 12pts, 11reb, 3blk
David Wear, PF UCLA- 13pts, 9reb, 3ast, 6/10fg

Vander Joaquim, C Hawaii- 20pts, 10reb, 8/13fg
Mike Muscala, C Bucknell- 16pts, 15reb, 3blk, 8/10ft
Nerlens Noel, C UK- 16pts, 8reb, 4stl, 3blk, 5/11fg
Chris Obekpa, C St Johns- 7pts, 9reb, 8blk
Cady Lalanne, C UMass- 9pts, 13reb, 4blk, 3/7fg
Aziz N’Diaye, C Washington- 13pts, 11reb, 2blk, 5/7fg
Mason Plumlee, C Duke- 18pts, 3reb, 2blk, 5to’s, 7/8fg
Tyler Olander, C UConn- 9pts, 9reb, 4blk, 4ast
Alex Oriakhi, C Mizzou- 12pts, 10reb, 10/13ft
Jeff Withey, C Kansas- 8pts, 7reb, 2blk, 4/6fg
Aaric Murray, C West Virginia- 14pts, 4reb, 3blk, 5/8fg
Steven Adams, C Pitt- 6pts, 4reb, 2blk


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