Ronnie Harrell transferring

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Re: Ronnie Harrell transferring

Postby Chicagojayfan » Sun Apr 15, 2018 12:16 pm

IMO, though, Ballock is an easier matchup defensively as he can play 2's and 3's, and is big enough to match up with a lot of the 4's we see these days -- not the 6-10 ones, but the rest, he can handle.

Defensively Harrell was good when we pressed and he could use his length and speed out in space. He struggled to stick with fast wings on the perimeter and struggle to play post players -- so he was a bit of a defensive tweener who we had to be careful of when matching him against opposing teams. that made him a good choice for the 6th man.
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Re: Ronnie Harrell transferring

Postby Old MVC Days » Mon Apr 16, 2018 1:12 pm

Not a big loss IMO. I would have liked to keep him around but hopefully the coaching staff can capitalize on the open scholarship.
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Re: Ronnie Harrell transferring

Postby cidsports » Mon Apr 16, 2018 10:45 pm

Hopefully Creighton gets #1 PF back for 2018-19 and at full-strength, but isn't he had three ACL surgeries now?

Creighton needs a healthy Martin Krampelj for next season!
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