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Date Posted: Wednesday, December 05, 11:55:34am
Author: E++
Subject: Re: Some random comments - post SHU
In reply to: Sludge 's message, "Some random comments - post SHU" on Wednesday, December 05, 09:42:41am

I had hoped to get more out of Traore this year. Does anyone know if he's injured or is it just a case of being outplayed by others.

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[> [> Re: Some random comments - post SHU -- NickD, Wednesday, December 05, 12:52:32pm [1]

I have had that question on Traore also. Anyone have an answer?


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[> [> [> Re: Some random comments - post SHU -- oldtimer#1, Wednesday, December 05, 04:17:06pm [1]

Nick, here's my guess - and its only a guess. Bacon starts, Hogga and/ or Gooding are usually in the first rotation. Hogga seems to offer everything Traore does in terms of rebounding but offers more in other areas (offense + position + passing ability + basketball smarts). Hence Hogga over Traore. Gooding is also a tremendous rebounder and brings offensive skills to the table. Gooding is thus substituted at the #2 and #3. Versatile!



The only opening it would seem for Traore is when Sowell goes out. That hasn't been much recently and Dunne then seems to bring back Bacon in that spot. Traore can help. He made a nice play in the Seton Hall game. Think he'll see somewhat more time. Just my opinion.


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