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  • tballnhard Jan 14, 2013
    Towel Boy

    You are right rocketfan. Plus as basketballmom and cbumphus said. The team needs help off the bench and the guards needs to hit jumpshots and layups. Stop playing scared. Outlaw can not do it all. He is scoring over half of the teams scores each games. I mean REALLY!! Guards lets help. Good Luck To All PAC-6 teams.

  • 1rocketfan Jan 14, 2013
    Towel Boy

    THE ROCKETS----They don't box out and they play lazy defense and I'm a fan!

  • cbumphus2003 Jan 13, 2013
    Pro

    Best said by you basketballmom

  • Basketballmom Jan 12, 2013
    Towel Boy

    Outlaw is a good player but the rest of the team is just ok and he can not do it all and no help off the bench.

  • cbumphus2003 Jan 12, 2013
    Pro

    You are right about the confidence level of the secondary. However, Outlaw is just who he is. He cares for anyone and is a team player. He do not play with too much confidence. He just trys very a hard. Plus he comes from a very supportive, and functional family atmosphere. Almost, all members are good atheletes and academically successful. With that said He Is Awesome!!

    The defense is needing work. Practice and Practice. Scoggins and Hamlett is beasty too.

  • bruiser mcgee Jan 12, 2013
    Pro

    LOL, quite the English lesson...Much appreciated, my dude.

    That said, I feel pretty certain you did not understand my post.

    Person has good players and should be a very good team. They are not, they are not a good team at all. They do not run any type of feesible offense, they play slack and with no intensity on defense, the secondary players play with no confidence and Outlaw plays with way to much confidence.

  • luckymack73 Jan 12, 2013
    Bench Warmer

    Both factors and facts. Factors are things that contributes or create a situation. Facts are the none arguable points. They both are considered

  • bruiser mcgee Jan 12, 2013
    Pro

    The key word here is, 'losing'...

    Factors, perhaps...Facts, take another look...

  • bruiser mcgee Jan 12, 2013
    Pro

    Recent results show that I guess I wasn't that far off...

  • cbumphus2003 Dec 27, 2012
    Pro

    You cant judge a team off of Torain. LOL are you serious. Outlaw has a tremendous amount of skills. More than you can even imagine. He is all he want to be when he wants to be it. He was sick and game was off more but you still got 39 points the second game after the storm and with illness. Hamlett was out sick and this required readjustments. The PSH squad is truly a team and you will see a difference when some are out. They rely on each other and OUTLAW because that how it is with teams. Like the Lakers use to rely on MJ and Miami rely Labron. I mean do you know that all teams has leadsmen. PSH is the best. Enough SAid. Luckymack73 has said all it is to be said. They rise as a team, make mistakes as a team, and fall as a team. They know their roles and plays.

  • luckymack73 Dec 27, 2012
    Bench Warmer

    @buriser mcgee obviously you only saw one game at a conference. You knows nothing Outlaw had 39 pts against the no. 1 player in the state!! He can shoot in or out shots. If Hicks couldn't stop him no one can. Plus, in both games against Webb Outlaw scored 29 points to Hicks 25 and in the second game in the 2nd game Outlaw had 39 to Hicks 16. Hicks got in foul trouble trying to stop Outlaw. Now as far as the team 2 of their best players were out Porky Outlaws right hand forward/3 man was sick. Outlaw and many of the other team members were sick with this cold going around and Outlaw still you got 39 points a game. Outlaw draw the defense to do what he do it's part of the plays. His shooting percentage is 50%. Plays are for the team to understand not spectators. Driving with your head down may look as if you are doing something wrong but how do it fit in the play. Your vision and Sensory images must be king and as long as your eyes are on the whole court and you know what you are doing, in other words know your ROLE, then you need not Know anything more.
    Now Outlaws assist will be higher if others were making more points. But the team is a team and they make it off of each other. They play their roles. Outlaw, Smith, and Coates has a serious jump shot. Hamlett and Scoggins has a great lay ups and defensive plays. The teams leader is Outlaw but they are all for each other and works as a team. You can't watch two playoff games and think you know the whole story. I MEAN REALLY!!

  • mthompson9876 Dec 27, 2012
    Rookie

    A truly good/great player makes those players around him better. I do not see that currently happening @ Person. For example look @ Webb and what Hicks is doing to make the players around him better. The N & O article today said that Hicks was averaging 7 assists per game. It doesn't matter how many points a game a player is scoring if the team is still losing. Need to be a leader on & off the court.

  • bruiser mcgee Dec 27, 2012
    Pro

    I disagree, I dont believe it is a matter of working out kinks. A kid has a player wide open in front of him and he looks to Outlaw (with 3 people on him). Outlaw then shoots and off balance jump shot with 3 ppl on him. I would hate to see Outlaw's shooting percentage and his TOs.

    Their guards drive with heads down, their offense does not have spacing, movement, read screens, etc...It does not seem to be a 'kinks' thing.

  • Youngbuck Dec 27, 2012
    Rookie

    Spell check homey, type in word then copy and paste!!! PHS is a good team with role players that play their roles well. That team goes as Outlaw goes. He open everything up for the others to drive, he is the reason Coates can get open looks. In the holiday tournament I think their early nonconference schedule hurt them. I think they seen little to no athletic teams except Webb and played them tough. I think they have kinks to workout just like most teams right now, yet I still think they have to be considered one of the top teams in PAC-6

  • rhyno0j0 Dec 27, 2012
    Bench Warmer

    Outlaw is a beast! That kid has nothing but upside nothing but!

  • bruiser mcgee Dec 27, 2012
    Pro

    Aand Torain should learnbe to gothe straight upfrom after hework gets ire flat out not a very good team...They have a good amount of talent, yet rely way too much on Outlaw. Outlaw has some skill, but his shot selection leaves a lot to be desired, he shoots very few shotss on balance or squared up. Their guards provide little spacing or movement off the ball. That said their guards do a decent job of penetrating past the first line, bit rarely kick it out to the open shooters on the perimeter. They should be a better sum of their parts. Coats should be a lot more involved than he is...

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