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db11
mickjagger wrote:
db11 wrote:
thebillwaltontrip wrote:
So guys who only play a handful of minutes each game are a bigger liability than a guy who is out there for 32 minutes a game heaving up bricks and getting treated like an orange construction cone in a dribbling drill at a youth basketball camp? Doh kay then.


I think the bigger point is not having the depth to spell the starters...and with a healthy Jackson that means there's more potential for Gasser to not have to log as many minutes in favor of more productive players on either end of the court.

But again, your first impression only/one-track mind/I need to ridicule so I can "make a(n) (un)funny" viewpoint precludes you from figuring out that there's always more than one way to slice things. []

I have had a hunch for about a month now, that Josh Gasser is not completely healthy. A hunch based more than anything on my observation that Gasser seems to have lost a step defensively, especially laterally [:%]


Gasser was never the fastest guy...and I'd imagine he probably lost something with the injury.
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With Jackson hopefully returning soon it will help with the depth and the badgers will be just fine. I guess the thing I was hoping for this year was that Gasser was going to take on more of a Brust role along with the defense. Brust always seemed to hit a timely three but, he also wasnt afraid to hoist from anywhere on the court, Gasser shot 43% from 3 last year and is down to 36% this year, which isnt all that bad but hes shown he can shoot better. The lack of depth doesnt help and hes being asked to play more minutes.
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wishoops1 wrote:
With Jackson hopefully returning soon it will help with the depth and the badgers will be just fine. I guess the thing I was hoping for this year was that Gasser was going to take on more of a Brust role along with the defense. Brust always seemed to hit a timely three but, he also wasnt afraid to hoist from anywhere on the court, Gasser shot 43% from 3 last year and is down to 36% this year, which isnt all that bad but hes shown he can shoot better. The lack of depth doesnt help and hes being asked to play more minutes.


Something happened at the northwestern game, 6 games ago. There is a marked difference in his stats from that game onwards. 31/75 up to that point in threes..... 41%. 5/24 since.
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