Tuesday, March 01, 2016

Full roster for NC State game?

Contrary to some message board rumors, Dennis Clifford is playing at NC State. Yet in some potentially good news, A.J. Turner and Jerome Robinson did travel with the team and are expected to play. Both were seen in pregame taking part in shoot-arounds against Georgia Tech. Even with some rust or conditioning issues, both would be huge additions.

Regardless of who is healthy and who plays, BC remains an underdog at NC State. But the depth gives Christian a few options and can help in a tight game. Getting a win is the priority, but things are so bad I just want a little hope. Maybe Turner and Robinson can provide it.

9 comments:

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Bill, though a win would mean basically nothing in the standings, it would be great for the players to have something positive happen after a nightmarish season. Plus, it would get us off the ESPN crawl of being winless in conference play in both football and basketball in the same academic year. That would be a real resume-builder for Brad Bates.

Hoib said...

I'll be interested to see how JC divides up the minutes at the 2 spot in the last 3 games. We have 4 guys there, the math doesn't work. Maybe he can sit Carter more, and have SBT, and Robby on the court at the same time.

JBQ said...

You have to wonder if both had the "blue flu" and were being treated by Dr. Carter. If they sit out, then Carter has to play. I believe that Christian is a good coach but that there has been a rebellion on the team orchestrated by Carter. It is obvious that he is in control and that Christian is afraid to confront him.

LongLiveShea said...

^That's just really far off - have spoken to managers and that is not the situation in the locker room at all.

Carter, however, is an admitted mistake and his departure will be welcomed.

Joe said...

If there has been a rebellion, it's everyone against Carter for his awful shot selection. I think any of the younger guys can realize his mindset (5th year auditioning for spot abroad). If I was a younger player, I would be most upset with Carter, but would also blame JC for not reigning him in throughout the year.

Hoib said...

I blame JC for Carter, he had to know what he was getting. If he had recruited a true PG. He could have played Carter at 2 where he would have been much more productive. Handing him the ball at the point was the blunder of the year.

Bravesbill said...

That was some of the worst basketball I've ever seen in the last 2 minutes. 5 missed free throws in a row. And how the hell do you give up that inbounds play with 1 second left?!? Shades of the Nova game all over again. Christian has to go.

CT said...

That one hurt.