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How Good Is Tai Webster??

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Think there could be something to the thought that he gets nervous (or whatever) shooting FTs in front of 10k people.  He went 12/15 from the stripe in Charleston (obviously a very small gym), compared to his current 15/33 in Lincoln.

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Tai's free throw shooting has never been especially good. It wasn't at Westlake HS or with the Waikato Pistons. Regardless of the size of the gym, it's always been a problem for him. He'll just have to improve at it.

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30 minutes after practice and guys are still competing and pushing each other to improve #huskers

 

http://instagram.com/p/hexIoyI-5u/

 

At Texas Tech in a small sample size, Terran went 12-26 (.462) 

This year, TP is shooting 34-39 (.872)

 

If there is one guy I'd want to see with Tai 30 minutes after practice working on FTs, it's TP

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1 hour ago, 49r said:

Kinda surprised we aren't talking about this here

 

Maybe burnout from TP and SS getting this sort of talk and then ending up going overseas....which seems like what will happen with Tai.

Maybe people just like griping about baseball more :D

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1 hour ago, hhcdimes said:

 

Maybe burnout from TP and SS getting this sort of talk and then ending up going overseas....which seems like what will happen with Tai.

Maybe people just like griping about baseball more :D

 

Don't forget the griping about AW-III. Gulp.

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13 minutes ago, AuroranHusker said:

 

Don't forget the griping about AW-III. Gulp.

 

No one is posting AW3's NBA workouts 

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27 minutes ago, 49r said:

Take it to the Andrew White thread, fellas!

 

This is about "How Good is Tai Webster"!

 

 

;) 

 

Search under "Arnold, Benedict".  

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On 12/11/2013 at 0:00 PM, Norm Peterson said:

90% mental; the other half is physical.

Does this mean you're going to be Yogi in your next life?

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I do think Malcom Brogdon of the Milwaukee Bucks is going to changes some teams outlook on 4 and 5 year College players....

 

Why pay a guy for 3 years why they develop and then when they are finally good enough to contribute, you have to pay them a bunch of money as their rookie contract ends or let them leave via free agency.

 

Why not draft a guy that has shown development in college and fits a role on the tea...you control their rookie contract until they are 26 or 27 instead of 22 or 23.

 

Now each play is different and the top players will usually be Freshman, but the marginal guys that are leaving early....I think teams will reconsider them as the team that drafts them doesn't always reap the benefits.

 

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1 hour ago, Blindcheck said:

I do think Malcom Brogdon of the Milwaukee Bucks is going to changes some teams outlook on 4 and 5 year College players....

 

Why pay a guy for 3 years why they develop and then when they are finally good enough to contribute, you have to pay them a bunch of money as their rookie contract ends or let them leave via free agency.

 

Why not draft a guy that has shown development in college and fits a role on the tea...you control their rookie contract until they are 26 or 27 instead of 22 or 23.

 

Now each play is different and the top players will usually be Freshman, but the marginal guys that are leaving early....I think teams will reconsider them as the team that drafts them doesn't always reap the benefits.

 

The Brogdon archtype player in the second round is going to make a lot of sense to teams that have been in the lotto for the last 6 years (Kings, TWolves, Sixers, Lakers, Magic) you cant keep stocking up on developmental players and sell your fan base that your going to start competing, nor can you keep going the draft and stash. I know this year will still have some draft and stash type players, but i think more teams will be looking for that role player type that can actually contribute in the next three years. 

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