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It reminded me of a Tight End release play in football. Was pretty sweet





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oauron
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It was a layup with a foul wasn't it?



It was. JOB saw the defender coming and decided to not try and be cute.






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It was. JOB saw the defender coming and decided to not try and be cute.


Im glad he just went to the rim and got the basket rather than trying to run around and shave time. 2 points shaves time. 3 shaves even more. Solid.






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Golfer
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Designed. Lure the defense into thinking JOB was just setting a screen to get the ball to your shooting guard (Stringer) that was double teamed. Then roll off over the top where there's no help.





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Fbohn1
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It was a layup with a foul wasn't it?


It was certainly a layup, I just quoted what LSUspoorts.net wrote it up as.






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I'm right behind the bench. It was definitely by design and frankly it was sort of obvious. When we broke CJJ yelled down to JOB to cut hard using a hand motion. Nothing discreet about it. Even with that said... I don't think anyone would have guessed Mizz would have played it so bad.





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Honkus
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Carmouche makes me so nervous on inbounds



Would have liked to see out worst FT% passer, Hickey, inbounding the ball there. Maybe it is a height thing tho






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