Naim, I couldn’t agree more…………
When it comes to guard play alone, our best shooters (shown below with both their season-long FG% and season-long 3FG% shown after then initials) are taking what appear to be a disproportionate number of shots over the past four games (1 win/3 losses). Here are the numbers listed in order of season-long FG% and season-long 3FG% followed by the % of guard FGAs over the last four games.
CS (.451) (.391) – 16.0%
SC (.410) (.458) – 11.8%
MM (.407) (.324) – 32.8%
AP (,386) (.390) – 28.6%
DC (.375) (.000) – 5.0%
MS (.365) (.231) – 5.8%
As for the playoffs, while it may look like we’re closer to slipping into 7th than rising to 4th, the latter is not out of the question given 4th place Army’s recent troubles (3-game losing streak) and the fact that 5th place Bucknell has BU and AU still to face along with, of course, a game against us. Our last four are against teams with a combined W-L record of 18-38. So, as they say, anything is possible.