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NCAA Basketball

Minnesota @ (24) Ohio State

MD Buckeye, Feb 22, 2014

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This Event was settled Feb 22, 2014
  1. DZ83CK

    DZ83CK Not Banned

    I would say all of those guys are average at scoring in transition from the standpoint of when they have to get past one guy to score on the break, they aren't consistent at scoring in transition. Guys who are excellent are players like Andrew Wiggins and Michael Kidd-Gilchrist who ALWAYS put the ball in the hole with one guy to beat.

    It's better for OSU to try to push the pace but let's be honest most teams aren't going to leave the basket as poorly defended as Minnesota.
  2. RB07OSU

    RB07OSU Senior Staff Member BP Recruiting Team

    Fun game to watch in the second half. I am just trying to enjoy the final year of Aaron Craft and getting as many regular season wins as we can. I highly doubt we make any type of run in the tourney, so I am just trying to enjoy the season. Any team that disallows us to get near the basket has us beat but it is what it is at this point.
  3. kippy1040

    kippy1040 Junior

    I have never seen such a quicker game of transition, than what I watched from this team ever. Oh, maybe they did it with Thomas last year a couple times but to me, it is still hard to for me to believe that Thomas was the difference maker in this team from a year ago.

    Maybe home court advantage is one of the difference makers in basketball, but if this transition game was something new , then it worked out okay. I hope it can be a "Spark" coming down the road for the last 3 games, but we shall see huh?

    On the other hand last night I watched Minnesota do a complete reverse game against Iowa. And it made me think that our defense
    is becoming better also. The way we held Illinois to just 38 points and the gophers to 46, has to be good & positive effort also.

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