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Thread: GDT: Denver Pioneers @ SDSU Jackrabbits in the Rabbit Den

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    Default Re: GDT: Denver Pioneers @ SDSU Jackrabbits in the Rabbit Den

    Quote Originally Posted by 2002jack View Post
    Daum with 34, Jenkins with 26, Jacks running away with this one.


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    Default Re: GDT: Denver Pioneers @ SDSU Jackrabbits in the Rabbit Den

    Jenkins finished with 27. Jacks win.


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    Default Re: GDT: Denver Pioneers @ SDSU Jackrabbits in the Rabbit Den

    So do the last 2 games buy us at least a week of not having to read ant-Key posts?
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    Default Re: GDT: Denver Pioneers @ SDSU Jackrabbits in the Rabbit Den

    Quote Originally Posted by RabbitObsessed View Post
    So do the last 2 games buy us at least a week of not having to read ant-Key posts?
    Iíve decided to take a more patient approach with him. He seems to understand his role better.


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    Default Re: GDT: Denver Pioneers @ SDSU Jackrabbits in the Rabbit Den

    Quote Originally Posted by RabbitObsessed View Post
    So do the last 2 games buy us at least a week of not having to read ant-Key posts?
    He really contributed in the two home wins. 11 assists and 1 turnover, and that turnover should have been another assist if Howell would have caught the pass that hit him square in the hands right under the bucket. He changes the game in the way he can push the ball and kick it back for wide open threes. And he played pretty good defense as well.

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    Default Re: GDT: Denver Pioneers @ SDSU Jackrabbits in the Rabbit Den

    Quote Originally Posted by RabbitObsessed View Post
    So do the last 2 games buy us at least a week of not having to read ant-Key posts?
    I wasnít on here discussing him but heís completely changed the way heís been playing. Credit goes to the coaches. Needs to be able to take an open three and get the team into the offense quicker, but heís been awesome. I feel like thereís more standing around with him at point but it was much better in the Denver game compared to ORU (who played zone). The zone probably had more to do with it than anything. SDSUís offense was more deliberate and crisp today against Denver.
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    Default Re: GDT: Denver Pioneers @ SDSU Jackrabbits in the Rabbit Den

    Quote Originally Posted by bigticket1 View Post
    He really contributed in the two home wins. 11 assists and 1 turnover, and that turnover should have been another assist if Howell would have caught the pass that hit him square in the hands right under the bucket. He changes the game in the way he can push the ball and kick it back for wide open threes. And he played pretty good defense as well.
    Key is not a scorer, he is a facilitator...when he plays like a facilitator it really shows.

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    Default Re: GDT: Denver Pioneers @ SDSU Jackrabbits in the Rabbit Den

    4-0. Great start to the conference season. What's really encouraging is the Jacks seem to be getting better, game to game, largely because of improving depth. Hopefully, nickel and dime injuries don't slow the progress.
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    Great start to conference.

    In reference to Key I feel his time on the bench was extremely beneficial and a great move for the long term by Otz. He seems to now fully understand his role and strengths. He is driving and passing out to the guys who are far better shooters than him. Keep taking open layups to keep them honest. Incredibly efficient play.

    Same with Howell. You havenít seen the wild drives, turnovers, and shots every time he touches the ball. Heís crashing the boards, keeping the ball moving, and playing solid D. His strengths!

    Maybe an odd time to say it after a big game but Jenkins is the last guy I would like to see reigned in a little. His ability to make tough shots on the move is very valuable. Those shots are not valuable with 22 seconds on the shot clock with our propensity to move the ball around and get good looks. Needs to learn when those tough shots are appropriate.

    We have a GREAT team that the coaching staff seems to be improving.....

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    Default Re: GDT: Denver Pioneers @ SDSU Jackrabbits in the Rabbit Den

    Quote Originally Posted by Jacked_Up View Post
    4-0. Great start to the conference season. What's really encouraging is the Jacks seem to be getting better, game to game, largely because of improving depth. Hopefully, nickel and dime injuries don't slow the progress.
    Teams that are playing well usually don't like a week off between games, but it may be coming at a good time for the Jacks. Telly can use the time to rehab his ankle, and we have a few players who are playing big minutes whose legs might be a little tired. Plus it helps that we don't have to play a contender in the first game back.

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