2010年1月16日土曜日

いい感じだ~~~~~~~~~~~~!!!

またまた勝利!


Georgia State Pantehrs 相手にせず。
試合内容は得点以上に優っていて、最後はVCU得意の二軍登用。(笑)
試合結果をチェックしたところ初めVCUのサイトのアップが遅く、相手のサイトでチェックしたら、文言は間違いなくVCUの勝ちなのだが、スケジュール欄では相手のW(in)となっているので???と意味が解らず十分ほど俺の英語力に問題があるのかと思いnativeの娘たちに訊いて、間違いなくPantehrs Fall to VCUならVCUの勝ちだと確認。(笑)
それでも不安で最終的にVCUのサイトに価値が確認されたのは九時頃であった。まあ、コンテンツ記事を速報ブログで確認しても、全く試合内容に不安無し。一年間転校でベンチを暖めていたVCU一番の寡黙な努力家Skeenのエンジンに火が入ってきているのは完全に間違いない状態となってきた。


以下、最新記事。
January 16, 2010

HOT-SHOOTING RAMS RUN BY GEORGIA STATE, 82-69
Box Score

ATLANTA, Ga. – The Virginia Commonwealth University men’s basketball team took a page out of the New Orleans Saints playbook on Saturday evening in Atlanta.

While the Saints were running up the score in their NFL playoff game, the Rams were busy scoring on nearly every possession in a critical 82-69 Colonial Athletic Association road victory at Georgia State (8-11, 2-5 CAA).

VCU (12-4, 4-3 CAA) shot 60.8% from the field and 38.1% from beyond the arc, while locking down on defense in the second half, holding the Panthers to just 37.5% over the final 20 minutes of play.

“I’m really proud of the resolve our guys have been showing lately,” Head Coach Shaka Smartsaid. “That’s been our key word lately and it’s exactly what we’ve had over these last three games. Defensively, our press wasn’t getting it done tonight so we switched to the zone and it really worked out for us.”

Leading the way was junior Joey Rodriguez (Oviedo, Fla.) with 21 points on 8-of-12 shooting, along with seven assists and three rebounds. Classmate Jamie Skeen (Charlotte, N.C.) (left) had his highest scoring game with the Rams, adding 16 points, while sophomoreBradford Burgess (Midlothian, Va.) knocked down big shot after big shot to the tune of 14 points.

“It’s been great to see so many guys step in, not only night after night, but possession after possession,” Smart said. “Joey was outstanding all night and Jamie and Bradford each made big plays throughout the game.”

The first half was as back-and-forth as an Olympic table tennis match with six ties and five lead changes. Both teams shot over 50% from the field, with VCU shooting a blistering 69.0% (20-of-29).

With neither team leading by more than three over the first eight minutes, Trae Goldston knocked down a three from the corner to give the Panthers their largest lead of the half at four, 32-28.

A three-pointer by Burgess (right) ignited a 15-4 run and sent the Black & Gold into the intermission with a 46-38 advantage.

Coming out of the break, the Rams pushed the lead to as many as 12 on a Skeen putback with 16:45 to play.

That’s when the Panthers made a 16-5 run behind several empathic dunks and seven points from Goldston to get within one at 59-58 with 9:49 remaining.

One point would be as close as Georgia State got the rest of the night as the Black & Gold locked in defensively to hold the Panthers to just four field goals the rest of the way, while pushing the advantage to as many as 13. Clutch free-throw shooting from senior T.J. Gwynn (Burlington, N.C.) and Rodriguez kept the lead in double-digits as the duo went 8-for-8 over the final minute.

Junior Larry Sanders (Fort Pierce, Fla.) was a force on the boards with 11 on the evening, along with eight points on 4-of-5 shooting.

Goldston led Georgia State with 19 points, while Trey Hampton and James Vincent tallied 13 and 10 respectively.


ということになっている。


これで次にこちらに戻ってくるW&Mをホームで「ぐうの音も出ないくらい」「完全に」叩きのめしてお帰り願うようにしてもらおう。前回風邪を引いて試合に出ることさえ危ぶまれたサンダースのいたチームに一点差で勝った相手チームよ。己の真の実力を知るのだ。(笑)

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