Replay: Wednesday’s UConn Women’s Basketball Chat

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5 thoughts on “Replay: Wednesday’s UConn Women’s Basketball Chat

  1. martin fallon

    I’m with JonB: All the guards are capable of beating an outside defender and pulling up for a short jumper. I think Kelly could benefit the most, as she is still shaky on the perimeter, but if she beat her defender and got closer she could (as JonB said) use the glass or pull an interior defender and hit Dolson or Stewart. And I agree that strategy could help Jefferson’s confidence and add another dimension to Bank’s offense. We know Mosqueda-Lewis, Doty and Hartley know how to take the shorter shots and this might loosen the inside that gets packed with defenders leaning on our bigs. just agree’n.

  2. Renee, Tina, Kalana, Maya

    WCBB is full of Doty’s. No matter how lousy, sloppy, selfishly, and out of control UConn plays, the Huskies still win by 20+ against teams outside the top 10. UConn lacks basketball discipline. Coaches have become lazy and weak, giving in to this generation. Roll the ball out onto the court and see what happens. Wave your index finger in a circular motion. 2001-2002 and 2008-2009 UConn teams were coached better and played better. This 2012-13 team has little chance at winning the national championship, unless Griner or Sims are out with injury.

  3. Ted Brg

    Best chance to Uconn wos is for lowerclass women to develop I do not feel Doty is the plus that Geno does. She should be given less time. Defense is not there. Team needs Banks, Jeff, Stokes Tuck to develop by March.

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