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March 24, 2012
By Jesse Newell
Kansas guard Conner Teahan discussed his team's three-point team shooting following the Jayhawks' 60-57 victory over N.C. State on March 23, 2012.
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Open and honest leads to trust. Thanks Mr. Tehan. I have to believe that our coaching staff is emphasing technique and there are nice looking strokes being displayed. Then why are we seeing such abysmal results? There are a lot of expectations and pressure being felt by the players which, if not managed, leads to tension in the body and results in a short tight motion and myself and fellow fans grousing about the results.
Play loose and devil may care and when they start falling it is contageous and we have VanHeslip (who I find supremely irritating) results.
Bottom line is hit a few and bingo the flood gates open and Harrison Barnes gets so frustrated he leaves early for the NBA.
CT has no room to talk and in fact he leads the way for horrendous play. Why not play with a loose mind instead of being scared? What gives? Good heavens, you are a FIFTH year senior so play like it.
Other guys have been up and down. He has been down all year and I still don't understand why he plays so much. Self's fault he should have tried to get someone else playiing time earlier in the year. Good example is withey and elijah. Sat them on the bench for 2 years. How much better would they be if they had played more earlier? Same thing with brady last year. What's the deal with him playing someone that is not contributing. CT had shots yesterday and was afraid to take them. Looks like he is trying to aim ball. OK if he's playing tough defense but his man blows by him just about every play.
i don't really understand how an entire team can go cold for consecutive games... we're talking 3-4 players, not just one guy going through a shooting slump. these guys must launch hundreds upon hundreds of 3 point shots in practice, and i'm guessing they make a good % of those. some of those shots were wide open against NC State and Purdue and a lot of them came nowhere close to going in. then there's the situation with the free throws...
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