Game Analysis: Manhattan’s Undefeated, Enjoy It While It Lasts, Jaspers

Posted by Ari Kramer on November-14-2009 Add Comments

N.J.I.T. 58 Manhattan 70 Game Analysis

Dating back to Barry Rohrssen's first year at Manhattan, the Jaspers play an ineffective motion offense in the opening stanza.

Among other factors, the utilization of Andrew Gabriel in this offense is partially culpable for the unproductivity. Too often, Gabriel receives the ball on the perimeter, where he has absolutely no skill—he can't shoot, he can't dribble, he can't pass. In order to have any chance of being effective, Gabriel needs to be in the post, where he can turn and lay the ball in off the glass—something he did very efficiently today.

Laurence Jolicoeur looked decent in the post today, but, let's face it, he was guarded by a Highlander. Against...

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