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Date Posted: 18:36:40 02/01/03 Sat
Author: ARCRat
Subject: This has not changed in 2 years
In reply to: MASaintFan 's message, "I know I'm the eternal optimist, but..." on 18:19:59 02/01/03 Sat

Despite the fact that we stress half-court defense, we can't guard the perimeter to save our lives.

I must say I'm completely confused - really.

I think I've decided not to get too wrapped up in game to game at this point, or else I might be dead by the end of the season. The jury is out on Lanier - I would say he's riding old recruits but he's bringing in better ones. I'm not seeing all the games everyone else is, but from what I've seen, there is plenty to be concerned about from the in-game coaching perspective. I guess I just might have to adapt the old cliche "not too high after a win, not too low after a loss" for a while until this thing settles down, if it ever does.

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