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HoosTrue

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You need to look at ACC stats for the true impact


It's really closer to a 10 point differential in the games that matter.

There was no major drop-off in post production for the 2013-2014 group once they faced ACC competition. Gill emerged as a consistent post-option as the season developed, supplementing the proven scoring of Brogdon and Harris. Mitchell became more deferential, but he was still a capable post-scorer, having averaged double digits the year before.

Reuter, Salt and Diakite have all fallen below 3.0ppg in ACC play.



[Post edited by HoosTrue at 02/16/2017 7:40PM]

(In response to this post by chanman66)

Posted: 02/16/2017 at 6:09PM



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