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Oh I see. We just don’t have the talent to win. Good to know. I’m not getting into some ridiculous, waste-of-time pissing contest with you. Go ahead and be an apologist all you want. A whole lot of that going around. Granted, you can run in to a game where you are completely overmatched no matter what you do. Haven’t seen one of those games on the schedule this year thus far. So "genuinely" comparing individual talent to talent on opponents, especially in the Big East, is such a waste of time because the talent levels are so close among all the teams to begin with, especially this year. Anyone can beat anyone in any game. Hell yes there are teams with a few individuals with some talent more than Butler might have.


Last herniated lumbar disc sleeping position I checked, basketball is still a team game. Do you watch basketball? More talented teams lose all the time. Ever see Virginia play? Not exactly the most talented team, individually. Could damn well win the national championship. Lest we forget, Butler rose to prominence 20 years ago with far escoliosis dorsolumbar less talented teams than they played against. Exactly how does this perceived lack of talent account for poor shot selection, bad passing, questionable substitution patterns, no blocking out on rebounds, not protecting the paint on D, poor in game decision making (on court and on the sideline), weak fundamentals overall, hero ball, and on and on. When you aren’t the most talented team individually (as is the case with Butler on some nights) you need to play intelligently and as a team and with a good plan for every game, including allow for those talented individuals on the other team. Like Villanova does and has under Jay Wright. And like Butler used to do for years.

Hell yes the 3’s were dropping for Villanova. After one or two fell maybe we should have literally been in their face and not just crowding them. Exactly how many double teams did we run at Paschall or Booth to get the ball out of their hands? Maybe running a second person at them on the perimeter or while they were backing down, even if a second defender didn’t get there it time, may have rushed their shot a little. Just not in the game plan, even though going in knowing they were the two most dangerous players by far. How many times did we double in the post on back downs? How many times did we collapse to the paint from the weak side to defend the neverending drives and kicks to help our utterly porous defense in the middle? That would be never to all of those questions. And that’s just on the defensive end. More game plan than talent? Yep, your simplistic lack of talent excuse ranks right up there with exhaustion, leadership and toughness. Kinda lame. There are indeed reasons radiografia dorsolumbar for the losses, and a little less talent may be a factor, but it just isn’t that high on the list. Bottom line there is pleny of talent on this team for a solid year and maybe a little run in the tournament. You don’t really need to respond to any of this. Like I said, I’m not getting into a pissing back and forth. If you believe it’s a lack of talent, then so be it. Your opinion. I disagree. Nothing left to say. Enjoy.

P.S. BTW, quoting the excessively arrogant Mike Brey on anything might be a little counterintuitive to your argument. In between bopping that local news chick he too is spends a lot of his time creating excuses, with the exception of his coaching, for his team’s losses. Fortunate he is at ND cause he truly believes escoliosis tratamiento he’s God’s gift to basketball coaching.

Oh I see. We just don’t have the talent to win. Good to know. I’m not getting into some ridiculous, waste-of-time pissing contest with you. Go ahead and be an apologist all you want. A whole lot of that going around. Granted, you can run in to a game where you are completely overmatched no matter what you do. Haven’t seen one of those games on the schedule this year thus far. So "genuinely" comparing individual talent to talent on opponents, especially in the Big East, is such a waste of time because the talent levels are so close among all the teams to begin with, especially this year. Anyone can beat anyone in any game. Hell yes there are teams with a few individuals with some talent more than Butler might have. Last I checked, basketball is still a team game. Do you hernia lumbar sintomas watch basketball? More talented teams lose all the time. Ever see Virginia play? Not exactly the most talented team, individually. Could damn well win the national championship. Lest we forget, Butler rose to prominence 20 years ago with far less talented teams than they played against. Exactly how does this perceived lack of talent account for poor shot selection, bad passing, questionable substitution patterns, no blocking out on rebounds, not protecting the paint on D, poor in game decision making (on court and on the sideline), weak fundamentals overall, hero ball, and on and on. When you aren’t the most talented team individually (as is the case with Butler on some nights) you need to play intelligently and as a team and with a good plan for every game, including allow for those talented individuals on the other team. Like Villanova does dolor lumbar derecho rinon and has under Jay Wright. And like Butler used to do for years.

Hell yes the 3’s were dropping for Villanova. After one or two fell maybe we should have literally been in their face and not just crowding them. Exactly how many double teams did we run at Paschall or Booth to get the ball out of their hands? Maybe running a second person at them on the perimeter or while they were backing down, even if a second defender didn’t get there it time, may have rushed their shot a little. Just not in the game plan, even though going in knowing they were the two most dangerous players by far. How many times did we double in the post on back downs? How many times did we collapse to the paint from the weak side to defend the neverending drives and kicks to help our utterly porous defense in the middle? That would be never to all of those questions. And that’s just on the defensive end. More game plan than talent? Yep, your simplistic lack of talent excuse ranks right up there with exhaustion, leadership and toughness. Kinda lame. There are indeed reasons for the losses, and a little less talent may be a factor, but it just escoliosis lumbar en adultos isn’t that high on the list. Bottom line there is pleny of talent on this team for a solid year and maybe a little run in the tournament. You don’t really need to respond to any of this. Like I said, I’m not getting into a pissing back and forth. If you believe it’s a lack of talent, then so be it. Your opinion. I disagree. Nothing left to say. Enjoy.

P.S. BTW, quoting the excessively arrogant Mike Brey on anything might be a little counterintuitive to your argument. In between bopping that local news chick he too is spends a lot of his time creating excuses, with the exception of his coaching, for his team’s losses. Fortunate he is at ND cause he truly believes he’s God’s gift to basketball coaching.

Click to expand…I don’t remember them announcing getting away from stopping the bumping and pushing escoliosis dorsolumbar tratamiento players on the exterior, but they seem to have stopped calling that one for us unless we’re tackled out there with or without the ball? But the games have stopped being whistle fests most of the time this year. (Those kind of things are exactly what mucks up our current offense.)

I wonder if they kept talking about how we used to do that when they changed the rules, mentioning and using our name as examples so now it’s ingrained in their subconscious? "Butler’s brand of over physical D is what we are trying to stop and here’s a few examples of them doing it and what dolor lumbar causas emocionales we want you to call." (A stretch, but it might explains a bunch and its gotten so that my wife can’t stand to watch games with me, because I call all the bumps and grabs on the perimeter and the and 1s we don’t get rather loudly.)

We don’t play that way anymore, but we get called like we still do sometimes, AT’s mysterious non-touching fouls, and since we’re doing it they let teams get away with it on us… Its not terribly obvious, but I’ve noticed that teams that play over physically, bumping, pushing, and grinding us are the games and teams we have problems with. (When I re-watch our losses it has been that D that frustrated us from the tip, or got a team back into the game on a big run.)

I don’t think that it’s a conspiracy, but we get bumped and outright hammered a lot when we go to the hoop and don’t get the calls. It seems to compound itself and then we stop going in there because we get the crap beat out of us with no call, then the refs can start blowing the touch whistle on the other end and since we’re no longer going at the rim, we aren’t getting the calls. (Whistle gets tighter in the second half a lot this year, not just in our games, I watch a fair amount of college basketball, especially the BE games.)

I do think LJ needs to get on the refs earlier in games when he can risk escoliosis dorsal dextroconvexa a T to make them look at things. When the players risk a mention of all the bumping and how they responded poorly to it, suggests that it’s real, not just me with my blue glasses watching. (LJ and AT shared a look at that one, but AT stayed just away from saying we can’t get a whistle and it hurts us.)

Take it all with a grain of salt, but it’s damn near impossible for the stats to be that way in reality. We go to the hoop enough that the lack of calls, just there, make the fact that were are by far the least fouled team in the 6 power conferences very suspect.