11/4 vs. Evergreen State

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11/4 vs. Evergreen State

Post by blacksheep on Fri Nov 04, 2016 9:21 am

There's another exhibition game tonight against the Goeducks of Evergreen State. They are another NAIA school.

See you all there.

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Re: 11/4 vs. Evergreen State

Post by Dean Murdoch on Fri Nov 04, 2016 10:17 am

I have nothing game related to contribute, but I do have a picture of a geoduck.


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Re: 11/4 vs. Evergreen State

Post by SouthCarolinaPilot on Fri Nov 04, 2016 10:34 am

Be sure to tag that as NSFW in the future. Razz

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Re: 11/4 vs. Evergreen State

Post by blacksheep on Fri Nov 04, 2016 10:44 am

Dean Murdoch wrote:I have nothing game related to contribute, but I do have a picture of a geoduck.


I should have known this thread would lead to Juvenal posts †. . . I can't help but contribute . . .


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Re: 11/4 vs. Evergreen State

Post by up7587 on Fri Nov 04, 2016 11:31 am

Is this their fight song?


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Re: 11/4 vs. Evergreen State

Post by StudentPilot on Fri Nov 04, 2016 3:55 pm

A PN †member recently stated, "how can one take your posts seriously......," at least I now know how serious I really have to be to post on this forum. geek

BTW, I'm not affected by the NSFW tag....I'm just a student and I'm not looking for a job, YET! Cool

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Re: 11/4 vs. Evergreen State

Post by dholcombe on Fri Nov 04, 2016 9:25 pm

It looks to me that Terry has a big men don't shoot the elbow jumper policy. Regardless of how many points we're ahead. Ray took a jumper and Terry immediately put Phil in. Like before anybody had the rebound fast.

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Re: 11/4 vs. Evergreen State

Post by wrv on Sat Nov 05, 2016 4:37 am

Pilots were so dominant that it is hard to take away much from this win.

On one game, Terry appears to substitute less than his predecessor, which likely is good. Starters may well have more minutes.

Terry clearly reacted to Rayís elbow jumper and not positively . . .but I suspect there may have been someone open in the flow of the offense at the time, though I did not see an open Pilot beneath the basket when Ray took the shot. Rayís failure to pass may have been something Pilots were working on in practice . . .

Our offense and our fortunes are Wintering dependent.

It may be obvious but our fortunes also depend on our ability to shoot the three ball, and we shoot it quite often.

Jazz Johnson and Tyson can shoot the three. Gabe Taylorís shot from three is improved.

Smoyer looked productive: he affected some shots. Hartwich looked decent as well. Barreno started.

Rashad Jackson looked awkward and stiff, though he made some plays one on one.

Malcom Porter shot the ball at almost every opportunity in his limited minutes at the end.

Were we playing more zone defense?

Go Pilots.

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Re: 11/4 vs. Evergreen State

Post by NoPoNeighbor on Sat Nov 05, 2016 11:10 am

I was glad to see fewer substitutions. The starters were able to get into a good flow working together.

The half court offense looks more nimble and moves faster this year. I like it.

I'd guess that spots 1-4 in the starting lineup were set heading into last night's game. Hartwich outplayed Barreno and maybe beats him out for the starting nod next week. Both of those guys are foul prone. I'd guess Smoyer will not redshirt.

With Wintering, Johnson and Ferguson we've got three capable ball handlers. It was fun watching two of those guys on the floor together.

I still think Malcolm will join his brother as a redshirt. Monson could also benefit from a redshirt year, but he's already two years removed from high school and may not want to.

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Re: 11/4 vs. Evergreen State

Post by blacksheep on Mon Nov 07, 2016 1:48 pm

NoPoNeighbor wrote:I was glad to see fewer substitutions. The starters were able to get into a good flow working together.


Rev's substitution patterns always baffled me. If a guy was on a good run, he would pull him because it was time to substitute. Porter seems much more flexible in his timing and limits playing time to guys who can get it done. I really like Porter's less rigid in game coaching style.

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Re: 11/4 vs. Evergreen State

Post by blacksheep on Mon Nov 07, 2016 1:53 pm

StudentPilot wrote:A PN †member recently stated, "how can one take your posts seriously......," at least I now know how serious I really have to be to post on this forum. geek


At least on the basketball forum, we don't take ourselves too seriously (unless there's a discussion about what beer to serve in the Pilot Club).

Speaking of which, the beer choices at the Pilot Club were not good last week. There needs to be an IPA option!

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Re: 11/4 vs. Evergreen State

Post by DoubleDipper on Mon Nov 07, 2016 3:19 pm

blacksheep wrote:Speaking of which, the beer choices at the Pilot Club were not good last week. †There needs to be an IPA option!
Really? †As I recall, there was a very nice local IPA served in the glitterati section of the Pilot Club.... drunken

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Re: 11/4 vs. Evergreen State

Post by blacksheep on Mon Nov 07, 2016 3:49 pm

DoubleDipper wrote:
blacksheep wrote:Speaking of which, the beer choices at the Pilot Club were not good last week. †There needs to be an IPA option!
Really? †As I recall, there was a very nice local IPA served in the glitterati section of the Pilot Club.... drunken

I don't worry about the beer selection in the HOF room, they serve scotch there.

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Re: 11/4 vs. Evergreen State

Post by NoPoNeighbor on Tue Nov 08, 2016 8:49 am

I noticed at the exhibition on Friday that Monson doesn't have his name on the back of his jersey. Anyone know why?

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Re: 11/4 vs. Evergreen State

Post by dholcombe on Tue Nov 08, 2016 12:48 pm

Nope. And as I recall at the first exhibition his name was missing AND the number on his jersey did not match the number on the program.

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Re: 11/4 vs. Evergreen State

Post by NoPoNeighbor on Fri Nov 11, 2016 1:36 pm

Another observation from the Evergreen State exhibition...

The Pilots did not make much effort for offensive rebounds, usually sending just one guy to the glass. The emphasis was clearly on getting back on defense to stop any transition offense, especially after a perimeter shot. That's a major change in coaching philosophy from Reveno to Porter.

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