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  • #2
    he was in beast mode

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    • #3
      Brady has been on fire lately, and is playing with tons of confidence. Hopefully he keeps it going through the tourney.

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      • #4
        ....our best guard and has been even when he was shooting poorly.

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        • #5
          Good. Period.

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          • #6
            1.Morningstar, Brady-KU.... SR 12 49 4.1 7 0.6 7.00

            That's his AST/TO ratio. Next closest in the league is 2.something.

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            • #7
              Isn't this supposed to be Rod McKuen-style Haiku?

              Brady is the the extra salt on chicken fried steak, washed down by cold Bud.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by WavetheWheat View Post
                ....our best guard and has been even when he was shooting poorly.
                This.... Been saying it all year.

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                • #9
                  Crazy talk.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Geezer View Post
                    Crazy talk.
                    Doesn't get it.

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                    • #11
                      The fact is, and it is a fact, Elijah Johnson has played pretty darn well when given the minutes. Eight times he’s played at least 17 minutes and every one of them found him with a double-digit EFF.

                      Here is a set of stats you find anywhere else. When playing 17+ minutes, here are the times each of the smalls (including Little) have reached double-figures in EFF versus the number of times they have not.

                      Player
                      10+ EFF
                      <10 EFF
                      Ratio

                      Johnson
                      8
                      0
                      100.0%

                      Reed
                      17
                      9
                      65.4%

                      Taylor
                      15
                      11
                      57.7%

                      Selby
                      8
                      6
                      57.1%

                      M-Star
                      13
                      12
                      52.0%

                      Releford
                      4
                      4
                      50.0%

                      Little
                      5
                      6
                      45.5%


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                      I think the point is that when given the chance to play, Johnson has performed very well. With TT out and coming off a 30-minute game, that should allow him to play quite a few more minutes. Of course, the next game is on the road to Oklahoma. And, then it’s ranked A&M at home and then Mizzou on the road. So, none of these situations will be as ideal as OSU at home. Nevertheless, he deserves his shot.

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                      http://uponfurtherreview.kansascity.com/?q=node/2970

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by ICThawk View Post
                        This.... Been saying it all year.
                        So when Brady was leading the team in turnover rate and shooting 20ish% he was the best guard on the team? Yeah....right.

                        EDIT - WTF? Why does it not quote both posts? Like ICT's and then Wave's post that he quoted?

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by dominatindj11 View Post
                          So when Brady was leading the team in turnover rate and shooting 20ish% he was the best guard on the team? Yeah....right.

                          EDIT - WTF? Why does it not quote both posts? Like ICT's and then Wave's post that he quoted?
                          I have always thought Brady was our most calm PG. He took some CRAP shots, and got caught making bad decisions occasionally.... but which PG didnt? Lesser of two evils at that time.

                          Just for the record... here are some STATS for you.


                          Assist to Turnover Ratio

                          ## Player-Team Cl G Asst Avg Turn Avg Ratio
                          1.Morningstar, Brady-KU.... SR 13 52 4.0 7 0.5 7.43
                          2.Jeter, Lance-NU.......... SR 12 61 5.1 26 2.2 2.35
                          3.Pressey, Phil-MU......... FR 12 46 3.8 25 2.1 1.84
                          4.Taylor, Tyshawn-KU....... JR 12 46 3.8 29 2.4 1.59
                          5.Garrett, Diante-ISU...... SR 12 74 6.2 51 4.3 1.45
                          6.Blair, Carl-OU........... SO 12 58 4.8 47 3.9 1.23
                          7.Walton, A.J.-BU.......... SO 12 54 4.5 45 3.8 1.20
                          8.Pullen, Jacob-KSU........ SR 12 43 3.6 37 3.1 1.16
                          9.Middleton, Khris-TAMU.... SO 12 39 3.3 36 3.0 1.08
                          10.Roberson, John-TTU..... SR 12 44 3.7 43 3.6 1.02


                          To Multi-Quote you check the multiquote box in the bottom right of ALL posts you want to quote. Then Hit the reply button.

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                          • #14
                            No doubt Brady is playing the best of any guard we have now. Has been since Big 12 play started. But to say he was our best guard at the beginning of the season when he was shooting poorly is insane. He was horrible. He led the team in turnover rate. He was shooting 25% and had an ast/to ratio of less than 1.5 (including the 10 assist game vs. N.Texas - 1/3 of his assists).

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by dominatindj11 View Post
                              No doubt Brady is playing the best of any guard we have now. Has been since Big 12 play started. But to say he was our best guard at the beginning of the season when he was shooting poorly is insane. He was horrible. He led the team in turnover rate. He was shooting 25% and had an ast/to ratio of less than 1.5 (including the 10 assist game vs. N.Texas - 1/3 of his assists).

                              I love the argument "if we disregard his good games he sucks". Yes, he struggled in the first few games, however who was REALLY playing better at PG. Controlling the ball, passing inside, solid (not stellar) defense. The guy was one of the strongest, and is now by far the strongest.

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