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Ball Hog? (Read 322 times)

jimmyb


port-a-bella-potty

    http://espn.go.com/mens-college-basketball/story/_/id/8658462/jack-taylor-grinnell-drops-138-points-collegiate-scoring-record

     

    Not sure how someone takes 108 shots in a game for 138 points without being a ball hog. Cool

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    DoppleBock


      Shooters - Shoot

       

      He was in a shooting slump and coach wanted him to shoot out of it.

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      jimmyb


      port-a-bella-potty

        Shooters - Shoot

         

        He was in a shooting slump and coach wanted him to shoot out of it.

         

        Well, I think it worked and he's no longer constipated. Cool

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          He took 108 shots, 71 from the 3 point line and beyond. Wonder how many assists his teammates had. 

            You miss 100% of the shots you don't take.

            HCH


              http://espn.go.com/mens-college-basketball/story/_/id/8658462/jack-taylor-grinnell-drops-138-points-collegiate-scoring-record

               

              Not sure how someone takes 108 shots in a game for 138 points without being a ball hog. Cool

               

              Well, yes, but...It was a D3 exhibition game between some obscure Bible school and a liberal arts college more famous for the Nobel prize winners among its alumni than its athletics. I seriously don't understand the criticism of the kid and the coach. It's fun. It's exciting. Way to go Jack Taylor. Way to go teammates for forcing all those turnovers and making all those assists.

              - Holly

                http://espn.go.com/mens-college-basketball/story/_/id/8658462/jack-taylor-grinnell-drops-138-points-collegiate-scoring-record

                 

                Not sure how someone takes 108 shots in a game for 138 points without being a ball hog. Cool

                 

                Seriously?  That was a stunt that all of his teammates were in on.  Afterall, they're the ones that continually feed the ball to the shooter.