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Region 2 men's basketball / Re: Commonwealth Coast Conference
« on: November 02, 2005, 11:36:29 am »
In all honesty, I can't see CSC not winning it all. Now, it is early, but they MUST be considered the cream of the crop. Who else are the legitimate contenders for the CCC? Who will challenge CSC at the top?

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Region 2 men's basketball / Re: Little East
« on: November 02, 2005, 11:34:15 am »
If KSC goes 4 - 1 in thier first 5 games I will be surprised. :o The backcourt, wether it is Sontag, Hickey, etc... are tough kids, but not the most versatile and skilled as ball handlers, shooters, and defenders. Sontag can defend and is not a bad shooter, but I would not put Hickey in at the end of a game to defend the oppositions best gaurd. ??? Shooting will be a problem for the Owls and don't be surprised if teams pack it in. I might be worng, but KSC might see more zones this year than ever before to keep the bigs off of the boards. Sullivan lead the team in 3 point shooting. Now, could he (this season) be like David Stantial (in terms of being a wing as compared to a post player. NOBODY is Dave Stantial except for Dave Stantial)? With the other bigs inside, he now can get out more often to the wing. Who knows ??? Schlacter is gone. He is not on the roster.

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Region 2 men's basketball / Re: Little East
« on: November 01, 2005, 11:32:54 am »
Before fans of KSC and the Little East get too excited, Keene State is not as good as people might think. First, the bigs in the recruiting class are solid and should produce later in the season rather than sooner. Chamberlain, however, might struggle in the Little East. He will face better prepared teams and defenses that will give him more than what he faced last season. Remember, Keene State struggled mightily last season and limped into the post season where they were blown out in the ECAC's. They did not loose much at all to graduation... the majority of the 14 - 11 team is back. Sontag is a solid gaurd, but not a point. Sullivan is a good player, but he is often away form the hoop on offense and his offensive rebounding stats are poor at best. They have no real outside threat in terms of shooting. Now, this year they might actually be a good defensive team, but they might be the 3rd best team in the conference.

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