- Oct 24, 2013
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Man, you don't need to cherry pick in this way to make Ben sound bad. Why'd you give us FG% and turnovers, but not include 3P or assists?? His tenure has been a disaster, but you come off as disingenuous when you make omissions like this. ParticuIarly when Hawkins/Mitchell ran point for their teams. I put their numbers into your post in bold.
Mike Mitchell - 44.0% 3PT, 5.0 AST at Pepperdine
Elijah Hawkins - 46.6% 3PT, 6.0 AST at Howard
The weakness of that first team was roster construction: all three of those guys were combo guards but no true point guards and they had absolutely zero frontcourt help. To the point we pulled a graduate assistant out of retirement to be our starter.
Funny thing is Willis actually improved his scoring moving up from College of Charleston, and Stephens improved his 3PT to a career best 38.7%.
This team looks like it could be both Ben's most talented as well as the first time that he has had a roster that fits well together.
Cherry pick? I used the same stats that was used to start this thread as a 1-1 comparison. You’re the one trying to cherry pick.
This team is still horribly constructed, they literally don’t have a 3. It may be his most talented team, but it’s still the least talented team in the B1G.