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After the Buzzer: Lipscomb

Lipscomb v Louisville Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images

Another win for the Cards against a quality opponent. It got a little nerve-wracking near the end, but the W is all that matters. I will keep the quick-hitters brief since I had some more film review posts than usual. There were several lapses on defense and I just couldn’t ignore them all. Don’t worry, I threw in some positive plays as well.

Quick Hitters

-I am not worried about Steven Enoch going 2-10 from the field. I was happy to see how aggressive he was with the ball in the post. There was a time or two where he forced it, but that’s going to happen. I was happy with the seven rebounds that he pulled down. He still gives the Cards a physical presence that’s much needed.

-Jordan Nwora continues to fill it up with the points. He also continues to give up points on the other end. I show a couple examples of that later. It’s not always getting beat and it leading to points that is the problem. Sometimes when you get beat, your teammate picks up a foul when they are helping you. That becomes a problem when it’s a big man picking up cheap fouls when helping someone else. He has to continue to work on getting in the right spot.

-V.J., you played eight minutes and had no points, yet I continue to see you standing and cheering on your teammates with a smile on your face. Keep that attitude up. It makes me want you to break out of this slump even more.

-Dwayne Sutton is that guy that gets the tough bucket when we need it. If shots aren’t falling, he drives to the basket and invites contact. The nine rebounds and three assists, one steal, and one block are even better than the 14 points to me.

-Kudos to Malik Williams. He showed toughness and was in there grabbing some big rebounds. He didn’t look so finesse this time.

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