Lady Vols vs. Kentucky Game Thread

Voltopia

Well-Known Member
Joined
Sep 20, 2009
Messages
1,273
Likes
2,002
27% from the floor, 0% from three, 55% from the free throw line. 10-37 from the field for the first half. The only thing keeping Tennessee in sniffing distance is their having outrebounded Kentucky 33 to 17, but a lot of that also comes from the 19 offensive rebounds generated by missing so many shots within 4 feet of the bucket. I wish I could write something here that would make this seem better than it does.
 

Volfan2012

Well-Known Member
Joined
Aug 11, 2012
Messages
14,627
Likes
7,835
First off if your gonna play man to man you don't have Collins guarding a point guard on the perimeter. She can't guard her not Collins fault she does not have the speed a total mismatch in kentucky's favor. Not guard Morris early was a killer. They started using MeMe and Jasmine on her and she couldn't get the shots. Want matter unless we start shooting the ball will have to shoot 45 percent or close to it in this game to win. That means we need to shoot over 50 in this next two quarters.
 

Volfan2012

Well-Known Member
Joined
Aug 11, 2012
Messages
14,627
Likes
7,835
I think were finding out you must have a half court offense in the SEC. It is fine to push it down the court against the weaker teams, but when you get into the SEC you have to be able to shoot from the perimeter and work the defense for an open shot that you have to make.
 

glv98

Well-Known Member
Joined
Mar 21, 2018
Messages
549
Likes
1,133
Free throws, passes, shooting, spacing on the floor, movement on offense, standing around on defensive rebounds, lay-ups - what have I missed that looks like a jr varsity team? What would they look like with Rick Barnes as coach for one week?
You missed where they roll around on the floor as the ball squirts amongst em. But that's more like Upperward Basketball down at the church gym. Please let lightening have struck, a Damascus Road moment to have occurred in that locker room at halftime
 

VN Store



Sponsors
 

Top