Were you predickting this post would be funny, blues?
Fortune and glory, kid. Fortune and glory.
Going back to the original post, we're most definitely NOT running the same offense we were last year (though we start similarly). Al and Sap's touches are down. I'd like to say there is a greater emphasis on getting other guys structured touches, which I'd be fine with, but that's not happening either.
We're seeing: Mo call his own number a lot. We're seeing a lot more early shots in the clock than we should be taking. And we're seeing tons of one on one basketball with no movement. I've seen maybe 5 good cuts in 3 games, maybe 8 good screens.
Jerry's offenses might have been archaic and inflexible, but they had a clear plan and the offense didn't die after 10 seconds. Ty has yet to show that this offense has any clear plan. Our 12 to 0 offense is as bad as any team I've ever seen.
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