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Date Posted: Wed, December 04 2019, 17:36:13
Author: CNY GRIFF
Subject: Re: Post Game Interview
In reply to: Griff 's message, "Post Game Interview" on Wed, December 04 2019, 16:31:58

Henderson, Fritz (knee surgery) and Hitchon(knee drained) are all coming back from knee injuries. Playing 3 games in 4 days is a lot to ask from those guys. However, if White, St.Louis & Brown had been able to play more minutes we could have used those guys sparingly. We didn’t shoot well, nor did we handle the ball well. Another winnable game we let get away.

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[> [> Re: Post Game Interview -- Cager, Fri, December 06 2019, 7:27:32

Just a couple of observation after watching all three games at FAU. Have to agree that Hofstra, and FAU were winnable games but when it came down to crunch time in both games, the Griffs couldn't score. Why? Despite Malik great performance, The Griffs were denied open shots. All three teams in the tournament had big ,strong guys playing inside. Our lack of a strong inside player is the problem. Reggie has got to recruit a center, and of course a replacement for Malek,and let's hope he can do it. Hats off to Malek. This guy is giving it all he has got, and keeping the team competitive. Go Griffs!!!

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