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  • #46
    If Shamet stays, he can improve his college game. I am not sure that would improve his draft position, though. Those guys prefer to draft underclassmen.

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    • #47
      Sure he can improve his draft position, and he is only a sophomore.

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      • shocksrbest
        shocksrbest commented
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        Redshirt Sophomore

    • #48
      We've seen Landry get hurt in each of our last two games. Thankfully not bad, but still enough where he was limping fairly badly and had to sit out. Certainly something he has to consider, especially based on his previous foot injuries.

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      • #49
        Originally posted by im4wsu View Post

        Kelly may not be expected or counted on to score in "bunches", but his stats over the last ten games in other areas are pretty dang good:
        G 10
        MP 255
        FG 24
        FGA 48
        FG% 50.0%
        2P 22
        2PA 40
        2P% 55.0%
        3P 2
        3PA 8
        3P% 25.0%
        FT 10
        FTA 18
        FT% 55.6%
        ORB 26
        DRB 45
        TRB 71
        AST 24
        STL 2
        BLK 6
        TOV 12
        PF 21
        PTS 60
        Please don't think I was knocking Kelly. I love what he does on the glass and on the hustle plays (does it seem like he's the only one who really 'plays angry' anymore?). Just speaking in terms of points.

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        • #50
          I think Landry will be back. Would be very surprised if he isn’t. His foot problems are a thing of the past. Another year of getting stronger and leading the best recruiting class of Marshall’s career and increasing his legacy is the thing to do. They’ll be more money for him after next year. Didn’t hurt Graham to stick around.

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          • WSUwatcher
            WSUwatcher commented
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            I assume you mean Chickenhawk Devonte (which is certainly true) rather than WSU's Hatch?

            Getting back to the thread title, it almost certainly wouldn't hurt McDuffie to stay around. He has some work to do.

        • #51
          Originally posted by 60Shock View Post
          We've seen Landry get hurt in each of our last two games. Thankfully not bad, but still enough where he was limping fairly badly and had to sit out. Certainly something he has to consider, especially based on his previous foot injuries.
          If he's considering this as a strong reason not to come back, then so are NBA teams who are considering doling out guaranteed contracts.

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          • #52
            At least we can see how high up this list he can go.. imagine if last years injury didn't happen...good company


            1,000-Point Club GP Years
            2,164 Cleo Littleton 114 1951-55
            2,152 Xavier McDaniel 117 1981-85
            1,936 Dave Stallworth 80 1961-65
            1,911 Antoine Carr 112 1979-83
            1,907 Lynbert Johnson 110 1975-79
            1,839 Jason Perez 117 1996-00
            1,765 Aubrey Sherrod 117 1981-85
            1,636 Ron Baker 124 2012-16
            1,599 Randy Burns 124 2001-05
            1,571 Jamar Howard 124 2001-05
            1,545 Greg Carney 77 1967-70
            1,539 Toure’ Murry 139 2008-12
            1,471 Cliff Levingston 91 1979-82
            1,463 Sasha Radunovich 120 1985-89
            1,439 Fred VanVleet 141 2012-16
            1,359 Jamie Thompson 77 1964-67
            1,327 JT Durley 137 2007-11
            1,322 Ron Harris 78 1969-72
            1,317 Paul Miller 132 2001-06
            1,303 PJ Couisnard 126 2004-08
            1,301 Warren Armstrong 78 1965-68
            1,295 Joe Stevens 78 1955-58
            1,278 Gus Santos 111 1983-87
            1,247 Paul Guffrovich 120 1987-91
            1,221 Steve Grayer 120 1985-89
            1,186 Robert Elmore 84 1973-77
            1,184 Calvin Bruton 102 1972-76
            1,172 Shaquille Morris 134 2014-18
            1,169 Kelly Pete 83 1963-66
            1,163 Vince Smith 77 1970-73
            1,153 John Cooper 97 1987-91
            1,139 Al Tate 78 1957-60
            1,135 Cleanthony Early 75 2012-14
            1,133 Kyle Wilson 98 2004-07
            1,129 Terrell Benton 115 1998-02
            1,122 Bob Hodgson 82 1953-56
            1,119 Lanny Van Eman 80 1958-62
            1,106 Garrett Stutz 138 2008-12
            1,055 Ernie Moore 80 1960-64
            1,047 Tekele Cotton 141 2011-15
            1,046 Jamie Arnold 87 1993-97
            1,028 Bob Trogele 110 1975-79
            1,022 Ron Heller 78 1958-61
            1,013 Ron Washington 69 1965-69
            1,007 Maurice Evans 59 1997-99
            1,003 Terry Benton 76 1969-72

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            • WSUwatcher
              WSUwatcher commented
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              Greg Carney never met a shot he didn't like, which explains his high standing, but it's still noteworthy that he just missed the top 10 while playing only 77 games. Of course, Stallworth's standing in just 80 games while not gunning in the Carney style explains why he has a statue outside the arena.

            • N Crestway
              N Crestway commented
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              Ernie Moore is just above Tekele Cotton in points but in his day he was a great point guard. It was a different game then. Had he been able to play in the '64 tournament Wichita probably would have defeated KSU in the regional final and had the potential for realistic run for the national championship unlike the '65 Final Four team which had no size or depth.

            • WSUwatcher
              WSUwatcher commented
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              We've veered far afield from McDuffie, but good point about Ernie Moore, Crestway. He was indeed a great player in the game of his time, and '64 really was WSU's year to win if he had been available. Of course, UCLA had no size to speak of in 1965 either, and they did okay -- but it sure would have been nice if one of those WSU teams had been able to play at full strength.

          • #53
            https://www.thestepien.com/2018/12/1...dated-top-100/

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            • #54
              #93 on list of 100 for those that don’t want to click

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              • #55
                Bump - may pass Garrett Stutz in 2 more games.

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                • #56
                  I read a lot of,positive and alot of negative about MM on this and,other boards.

                  Bottom line is he is off to an amazing start and doing it basically alone. Keep an eye on the rest of this year. May see some all American numbers. ( his assist numbers are way off watch film don't know who keeps these stats). Passing all-time shocker point leaders with each game.

                  Any game he can put up 20 to 25 we will win. This will be difficult but he is the focus game plan for every other team the rest of the year. If one or two others can capitalize on that we may come out okay.

                  Think he was what everyone hoped for finally, Last year was rough for him,don't think he fully,recoverd from his injury until after the season. But he is,here now. He has slowly been moving up the 2019 draft boards and I don't see anything that will push him backwards. Outside of a few hand full of first rounders NBA looks for potential and he is no where near his ceiling.

                  Goodluck the rest of the year Mm. Rooting for you!!$

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                  • #57
                    First of let me confess - I LOVE McDuffie.

                    But if McDuffie would start embracing the contact instead of trying to acrobat around the contact he would get to the line 7 - 8+ times per game.

                    Don't be an acrobat....take it strong......take it right into their m.f. chest!!! Then those 18 points per would turn into 22 or 23 points per. FG% would go up to.

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                    • lmor1971
                      lmor1971 commented
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                      Agreed he is a phenomenal free throw shooter. If he did his acrobats towards the rim he would certainly draw a ton of fouls. 82% from the line this year. Had not missed a single and one this season

                  • #58
                    He's still a calf; hope he becomes a bull soon...

                    "You Just Want to Slap The #### Outta Some People"

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                  • #59
                    Originally posted by lmor1971 View Post
                    At least we can see how high up this list he can go.. imagine if last years injury didn't happen...good company


                    1,000-Point Club GP Years
                    2,164 Cleo Littleton 114 1951-55
                    2,152 Xavier McDaniel 117 1981-85
                    1,936 Dave Stallworth 80 1961-65
                    1,911 Antoine Carr 112 1979-83
                    1,907 Lynbert Johnson 110 1975-79
                    1,839 Jason Perez 117 1996-00
                    1,765 Aubrey Sherrod 117 1981-85
                    1,636 Ron Baker 124 2012-16
                    1,599 Randy Burns 124 2001-05
                    1,571 Jamar Howard 124 2001-05
                    1,545 Greg Carney 77 1967-70
                    1,539 Toure’ Murry 139 2008-12
                    1,471 Cliff Levingston 91 1979-82
                    1,463 Sasha Radunovich 120 1985-89
                    1,439 Fred VanVleet 141 2012-16
                    1,359 Jamie Thompson 77 1964-67
                    1,327 JT Durley 137 2007-11
                    1,322 Ron Harris 78 1969-72
                    1,317 Paul Miller 132 2001-06
                    1,303 PJ Couisnard 126 2004-08
                    1,301 Warren Armstrong 78 1965-68
                    1,295 Joe Stevens 78 1955-58
                    1,278 Gus Santos 111 1983-87
                    1,247 Paul Guffrovich 120 1987-91
                    1,221 Steve Grayer 120 1985-89
                    1,186 Robert Elmore 84 1973-77
                    1,184 Calvin Bruton 102 1972-76
                    1,172 Shaquille Morris 134 2014-18
                    1,169 Kelly Pete 83 1963-66
                    1,163 Vince Smith 77 1970-73
                    1,153 John Cooper 97 1987-91
                    1,139 Al Tate 78 1957-60
                    1,135 Cleanthony Early 75 2012-14
                    1,133 Kyle Wilson 98 2004-07
                    1,129 Terrell Benton 115 1998-02
                    1,122 Bob Hodgson 82 1953-56
                    1,119 Lanny Van Eman 80 1958-62
                    1,106 Garrett Stutz 138 2008-12
                    1,055 Ernie Moore 80 1960-64
                    1,047 Tekele Cotton 141 2011-15
                    1,046 Jamie Arnold 87 1993-97
                    1,028 Bob Trogele 110 1975-79
                    1,022 Ron Heller 78 1958-61
                    1,013 Ron Washington 69 1965-69
                    1,007 Maurice Evans 59 1997-99
                    1,003 Terry Benton 76 1969-72
                    Will pass Shaq and probably 3 others tommorow.

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                    • #60
                      Will tie Robert Elmore today with a 20 pt game if my info is correct.

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