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Old 05-30-2022, 03:19 PM   #1
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Default What type of Ppg can we expect from current roster?

I’ll take a SWAG: (Scientific Wild Ass Guess)

Freshmen:
Otega O = 5 ppg
Milos U = 5 ppg
Benny S = 4 ppg
Luke N = 3 ppg


Transfers:
Grant S = 13 ppg
Joe B = 9 ppg
Sam G = 2 ppg

Holdovers:
Tanner G = 12 ppg
Jacob G = 5 ppg
Jalen H = 6 ppg
CJ N = 6 ppg
B Cortes = 3 ppg

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Old 05-30-2022, 03:37 PM   #2
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73 per game. I can live with that. What did we average this year? Too lazy to look it up. Just saw 69.1.

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Old 05-30-2022, 03:45 PM   #3
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My guess, bases off current roster:

Sherfield - 14
Noland - 9
Bam - 12
Hill - 9
T. Groves - 14

J. Groves - 5
Milos - 4
Otega - 4
Northweather - 3
Bijan - 3
Other - 2
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Old 05-30-2022, 04:13 PM   #4
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Default Re: What type of Ppg can we expect from current roster?

I think we will be a more proficient scoring team this year. Year 2 of Moserís system and I think Grant will be more consistent than Mo.

Tanner - 12
Grant - 10
CJ - 8
Jalen - 8
Joe - 8
Milos - 6
Tanner - 6
Jacob - 5
Benny - 3
Otega - 3
Bijan - 3
Luke - 1.5
Sam - 1.5
75

Add in a backup center and I see them taking Luke and Samsí point production

Benny is probably the biggest scoring wildcard for me. If defense and toughness is there then he could really score at this level imo. I also think CJ is going to take a bigger jump than most.

I like this team. Think we are going to be better than most think.
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Old 05-30-2022, 04:21 PM   #5
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Default Re: What type of Ppg can we expect from current roster?

Sherfield-14
Bamisile-11
Schroder-7
Hill-9
TGroves-14
Uzan-4
Noland-7
Oweh-4
JGroves-4
North-4
Bijan-3
Godwin-1
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Old 05-30-2022, 05:21 PM   #6
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Default Re: What type of Ppg can we expect from current roster?

I like the percentages allotment of some of these breakdowns, and who we have as the leading scorers, but I don't see any way possible that a Moser coach team is going to be scoring 80-82 PPG. That would have been like 5th in the country in scoring and ahead of KU.

Moser's teams at each stop have never averaged more than 74 PPG. While I believe Moser has expanded his mindset after a year of competing in the Big XII, and has upgraded his offensive capability, I think the pace will be no more than 75-76 PPG on the top end.

But at least we have guys on the roster now that can make that happen.

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Old 05-30-2022, 05:58 PM   #7
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I like the percentages allotment of some of these breakdowns, and who we have as the leading scorers, but I don't see any way possible that a Moser coach team is going to be scoring 80-82 PPG. That would have been like 5th in the country in scoring and ahead of KU.

Moser's teams at each stop have never averaged more than 74 PPG. While I believe Moser has expanded his mindset after a year of competing in the Big XII, and has upgraded his offensive capability, I think the pace will be no more than 75-76 PPG on the top end.

But at least we have guys on the roster now that can make that happen.
LOL, yep. What's mine, like in the 80s? Hey, offensive explosion in year 2 of Moser!

I do feel ALOT more confident in the offensive potential this year. It's also starting to feel like Northweather is going to be the backup center. If he adapts, not a bad thing. Will be interesting. Going to be a long 5 months. Glad we have the Europe trip..
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Old 05-30-2022, 10:05 PM   #8
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Grant - 14
T. Groves - 13
Hill - 10
Bamisille - 8
Noland - 7
J. Groves - 6
Cortes - 3
Freshmen - 10
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