I thought he looked really good on that shot - quick catch and shoot under the basket. Just a little too quick I think. And he got the rebound to start with.Iowa missed a boatload of bunnies in the first half. One that stood out to me was the 2-handed layup that Standfort missed. No reason for that.
Regarding Sandfort, yes, everything was really nice until the final execution. He rushed it. That has pretty much been his issue this year when he has had problems. When he settles down and lets the game come to him, he does great.I thought he looked really good on that shot - quick catch and shoot under the basket. Just a little too quick I think. And he got the rebound to start with.
How dare no one complain after a win.It's really funny when we win. Where are all the trolls? Tony for all B1G and we should keep Fran for a couple of more games until we lose a game. And not one words about Fran playing his kids let alone wasting a couple of scholarships because they are related....Purdue better look out!!!
I think what happens when guys head to the hoop, and see some traffic coming, their eyes trail away just for an instant to see whats coming or to calculate a safe landing, and that instant is enough for then to alter the shot just enough.Iowa missed a boatload of bunnies in the first half. One that stood out to me was the 2-handed layup that Standfort missed. No reason for that.
Winters was more 6'4" or 5" and even more explosive off the jump. I remember him holding his own quite a bit as Iowa's post player. Not a jump shooter though and don't remember him driving much. He was more of an undersized low block guy for the most part.
I can't recall another player ever that had the kind of "awakening" that TP had a few weeks ago and sustained it. Sure players go off in a game and but return to "normal".
TP went from "well, he's ok", to "Wow!" in one game and hasn't looked back. Impressive!
Maybe he can give some of that magic to Ulis.