acereraser wrote:Here we go again. Just when I was getting used to the thought of Gasser handling the point, not Marshall, the situation changes. From what I saw at the exhibition game, Marshall will be entirely capable, with some wincing due to lack of experience expected. I think Gasser's absence will be exposed more on the defensive end, but moving from Taylor to Marshall may already be a wash, defensively. Jackson has a kind of commanding presence on the floor, and I have no doubt he will get plenty of time.
No other real insights to be had from the game. Berggren and Big Frank on the floor at the same time is cool. Bo mentioned to the media that Frank is the most improved player from last year. The new Bohannon will probably get some tough rebounds while Bruiser heals.
And, oh yeah, Dekker had one out-of-nowhere rebound that showed immediately what to expect from him.
Ouch. DO NOT click on this if you have a weak stomach. Bruiser's injury