SUU vs. MBB

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Colter_Nuanez
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Re: SUU vs. MBB

Post by Colter_Nuanez » Tue Mar 05, 2019 9:49 pm

mslacatfan wrote:
Tue Mar 05, 2019 8:00 am
Harold Frey is the best player on this team. Especially just looking at his all around game. Nothing against Hall, he is an incredible talent... but Frey is better.

Even just looking at who is the best shooter/scorer, which is obviously Halls calling card.. Frey might take that category as well. If he really wanted to Frey could probably average close to 30 a game. Guy reminds me of steve nash.
Frey's stutter-step in the lane where he almost does a full lunge, his step-back and his constant change of pace is so much like Steve Nash, it's crazy.

Also, to someone else's point, Tyler Hall is the second-best rebounding guard in the league other than Montana's Michael Oguine. Hall gets almost no credit for that but he's an excellent rebounder.


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Re: SUU vs. MBB

Post by sacstateman » Wed Mar 06, 2019 11:54 am

Colter_Nuanez wrote:
Tue Mar 05, 2019 9:49 pm
mslacatfan wrote:
Tue Mar 05, 2019 8:00 am
Harold Frey is the best player on this team. Especially just looking at his all around game. Nothing against Hall, he is an incredible talent... but Frey is better.

Even just looking at who is the best shooter/scorer, which is obviously Halls calling card.. Frey might take that category as well. If he really wanted to Frey could probably average close to 30 a game. Guy reminds me of steve nash.
Frey's stutter-step in the lane where he almost does a full lunge, his step-back and his constant change of pace is so much like Steve Nash, it's crazy.

Also, to someone else's point, Tyler Hall is the second-best rebounding guard in the league other than Montana's Michael Oguine. Hall gets almost no credit for that but he's an excellent rebounder.


Colter...Jonah Radebaugh from UNCo is the number 1 rebounding guard at 6.2 rpg....



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