I love that guy, he is this teams Ro. He is going to be the heart and soul of this team. He is the spark plug, and at least for tonight the offense ran much more smoothly when he was in running the 1. There was a spell in the second half when he was running the point, and you could just see whats coming the next three years. On top of everything else He has fun when he plays the game. His body language he had when he went long then short then long on those three pointers and then finally drained one got everyone laughing in my section.
He brings an energy that transforms the team. That 2nd half run that had us sprinting down the court for easy shots proved, at least to me, that his ability to get people out and moving is a vital part of our success. Kendal and Eman fed off of the energy Fenton brought, and his defensive intensity is contageous.
How about the no look over the head out of bounds save that ended up as two on the other end? The guy's an animal!
He brings a lot of energy to the court , but Felton played very out of control in the 1st half. He only had 2 turnovers in the game , but had 4 or 5 other times where he almost had turnovers. On the sidelines early the first half , when Jamal kept driving to the hole instead of shooting the open shot. " Coach told him to shot the ball when your open."
Jamal is very good defensively and offensively,IMO he must learn to work from the outside to the inside, right now he is currently trying to go inside first without establishing a himself as a outside threat at his height that is difficult to do.
Last edited by lobotracks; 11-15-2010 at 01:36 PM.
KDFrosty, I think that was the second time that he called him over.
He told him to pass only after he missed open 3's - the last one an airball. His shot wasn't on but that won't happen very often. His creativity on the break really fueled the big run we had in the 2nd half. I thought Alford's subs right after that kind of took the momentum away. Why take Jamal, Eman and Kendal out at that time? Confusing.
He told him to pass because he wasn't running the offense at that time. It was getting stagnate. I think he always has the green light if hes open but don't quote me on that.
To be honest, Jamal has been playing a lot better in practice than he played the other night.
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