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Tuesday, March 03, 2015


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First off, great write up of the South/McKinley game by centercourt. Better than the News'.

Notes and observations from the North Tonawanda vs. Sweet Home game:

- I couldn't believe I was watching a Class A-1 semi-final game. Good defense or not, the game was sloppy basketball. That's it for that game.

Notes and observations from the Williamsville South vs. McKinley game:

- I was very impressed at how calm and composed South players were throughout the entire game. Even after McKinley made their 3rd quarter run and after they started to full court press late in the 4th.

- Devin Morris picked the worst time of the year to have his worst game. He took a lot of "Westbrook" type shots that make you cringe when he misses them but gets you out of your chair when he makes them. Unfortunately, he missed a lot of those shots (anyone have his FG stats?).

- South is a very well coached team. Gabe Michael is one of the better young coaches in the area. His experience at the college level is really paying off.

- South played an awesome game and I don't want to take anything away from them but for all of the attacking to the basket that McKinley did throughout the game, South finished the second half with only 4 team fouls. In comparison, South was in the bonus with about 6 minutes left in the 4th quarter and double bonus shortly after that.

- I expect to see these two teams back at Buff State next year with South returning the Dolan brothers and McKinley returning Tolliver and that fact that they always re-load every year.

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