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Gator Stat-Standings Halfway thru Season

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Gator Stat-Standings Halfway thru Season

Postby rogdochar » Fri Jan 18, 2013 6:48 pm

We stand pretty well with relevant accountings :
(incuded some teams we've played and will play)

Defense Efficiency :
---- UF #4...
---- Ole Miss #13
---- UK #26
---- KSU #40
---- Arizona #43
---- Miss.St #55
---- Mizzou # 64

FG % Percentage:
UK #18 48.5%
UF #19 48.4%
Ole Miss # 106 45.0%

Scoring Offense :
#4 Ole Miss .... 82.8
#12 Ark ....79.6
#30 UK ....77.3
# 33 Mizzou .... 77.0
# 54 LSU .... 74.1
# 66 UF ....73.2

Scoring Margin :
#1 Indiana .... 24.8
# 2 UF .... 21.5
# 7 Ole Miss ...18.2

3-pt % Percentage :
#23 Arizona .... 38.6%
#24 Texa&m .... 38.5%
#41 UF ....37.2%
#90 UK ....35.8%

Free Throw % Percentage:
#80 UF ....72%
#80 Mizzou .... 72%
#120 Bama .... 70.6%
#127 Ole Miss .... 70.3%

Rebounding margin/game :
#3 Indiana .... 11.0
#6 Arizona .... 9.6
#10 Syracuse .... 8.8
#13 USCe .... 8.4
# 21 UF .... 7.9

Turnovers/game :
#23 UF .... 11.3
# 47 Ole Miss .... 11.9
# 89 aTm .... 12.6
# 105 Mizzou .... 12.8

Blocked shots/game :
#3 UK .... 7.6
#12 Ole Miss .... 5.8
# 180 UF .... 3.5

In considering these earned rankings, remember that so many teams
in better stats position played nowhere near the tough-matched
teams we've played, not even those tough-matched teams.

Getting all fully healthy should improve us soon. Areas we NEED to
push to do better: a) rebound margin & b) blocked shots = Young,
Yeguete, Prather and Murphy closing in more.

Areas we naturally should do better in :
a) 3-pt% = Boynton more playtime as shooting guard & Boyton/Rosario/Wilbekin getting fluid reacting together
b) FG% same flow as a).
c) Free throw % = reminded concentration, practice.

We must keep our defensive "bother" at same intensity. If more bench players become wholly reliable then the racing defense can intensify.

Go Gators, going good. Take the season's SEC title and sweep the SEC tourney on your straight shooting for the March Gladness.

And beat upsurging Mizzou by another good margin.
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Re: Gator Stat-Standings Halfway thru Season

Postby ShowMeLove » Fri Jan 18, 2013 8:13 pm

Excellent post.
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Re: Gator Stat-Standings Halfway thru Season

Postby MJMGator » Fri Jan 18, 2013 8:22 pm

Great post, rog. This may be one of Donovan's best defensive teams yet. Biggest area we need to improve on is turnovers. Our guys make some lazy passes at times and our struggles against the press have been well documented. Go Gators!
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Re: Gator Stat-Standings Halfway thru Season

Postby rogdochar » Fri Jan 18, 2013 9:44 pm

MJMGator wrote:Great post, rog. This may be one of Donovan's best defensive teams yet. Biggest area we need to improve on is turnovers. Our guys make some lazy passes at times and our struggles against the press have been well documented. Go Gators!


Yep,"MJM" saw some last night. (A) passing to 12 foot away (B) as if
no defensive player could possibly be internally poised to lunge-steal
the ho-hum bounce. N.Carolina, Duke, Syracuse etc speed-zing all
passes, defender nearby or not.
Besides making steals far less likely, it makes the defensive players
jerk into changes of direction, wearing them down. Effecting their
blocking skills, the height of their jumpshots, the quickness of their
first step drive. All for the cheap price of an elbow pop, a wrist snap,
and fingers follow through.
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Re: Gator Stat-Standings Halfway thru Season

Postby MJMGator » Fri Jan 18, 2013 9:49 pm

Saw that, as well. I was getting pretty worried about it about midway through the first half. Then the Ags went stone cold and we just imposed our will offensively. Very impressive performance overall against a pretty good basketball team playing in front of their home crowd.
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Re: Gator Stat-Standings Halfway thru Season

Postby guardian » Sat Jan 19, 2013 1:13 am

This team is a coach's delight. No big names, just a bunch of gym rats who want to learn. Rosario is beginning to understand shot selection, Boynton's idea of going back to 2 was a good one, and I have to applaud Wilbekin's efforts at 1 and at shut down defender.

There are too many careless passes now, but that will surely be addressed by Donovan.

I want more rebounding. Young being out-rebounded by Murphy shouldn't happen on most nights. Young needs to step it up a notch.

This team is great defensively, which will carry them a long way down the road. It's those other, little, things that may expose them at the end. Get the ball and take care of it and the rest will come.

So far, so good. Fun to watch. And Young needs a couple years more of college ball (just in case he is reading).
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Re: Gator Stat-Standings Halfway thru Season

Postby rogdochar » Sat Jan 19, 2013 2:58 am

Maybe Bill did this. I wish young Bill Walton had made some "how-to"
teaching videos. He made himself explosive and sure had a pure
no-nonsense use of the backboard bank shot. Bill shot the backboard,
then the backboard shot it in for him. Just bank it, don't clank it.

I'd love to see Young work on it off season and come back using it
his senior year to make him a top 5 NBA pick... and us a NC team.
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