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RE: Hunter's PT
Agreed. Good win tonight, but again Hunter doesn't get a sniff in the 2nd
half while Walter gives up numerous offensive rebounds to Thomas and
Jefferson. It never should have been that close and wouldn't have been if
Hunter was playing.
From: gene kirkpatrick <gk_tyler@xxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Hunter's PT
Date: Sat, 13 Mar 2004 17:50:11 -0800 (PST)
I only see the nationally televised games (my choice) and so my vision is
limited. Still, against Minn. Hunter did well against Olowokandi and
Garnett, two seven footers. He did well against Toronto's classy forward
(the old guy)--sorry, names escape me too often these days. So, I think he
should be allowed to adjust against whomever he's playing rather than
jerked because he gets a shot blocked or because someone reaches over him
once. He has learned well how to compensate against taller opponents; let
him do it at this level, if he can. I suspect that with his fundamentals
of blocking out and bumping for space, that he can hold his own. He's much
better, I think, than the coach allows. Plus, what if, just what if he's
really really good? Shouldn't we find that out?
And, if I'm right, which I take for granted, then Perkins should also be
given some real PT. Nice talking with you. Gene
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