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rockiee
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re: 2020-21 Season Long Arkansas Basketball
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After the half my projected lineup is Notae, Sills, Moody, Smith, Jackson.


Musselman eluded to having Notae come off the bench because he is such a quick scorer and brings so much energy like Sills but if he is that good of a scorer he might be forced to start him. I would go with KK but agree with everyone else.
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rockiee
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re: 2020-21 Season Long Arkansas Basketball
Well, scoring won't be an issue this year


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gohogs141
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re: 2020-21 Season Long Arkansas Basketball
Pretty sure he hit 9 threes tonight I definitely don’t envy Muss trying to figure out this rotation


Hmanhunt
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Kid is a flamethrower


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rockiee
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I definitely don’t envy Muss trying to figure out this rotation


No joke, there were at least 8 players that gave some reasons why they should start


Razorback Reverend
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re: 2020-21 Season Long Arkansas Basketball
we will be a very good team offensively, don't know about defensive...

Looking forward to watching them... Hopefully we get Covid under control Or Please God just take it away!


oklahogjr
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Hopefully I can catch a replay of this somewhere.


TheCheshireHog
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Hopefully I can catch a replay of this somewhere


Did pinto sneak in and live stream it by chance?


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Arksulli
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Hopefully we get Covid under control Or Please God just take it away!


The recent developments with Pfizer vaccine show a lot of promise. More testing is required (Bad Things have happened when we rushed vaccines into production without being sure) but we might finally be able to put COVID behind us in the Spring/Summer.


gohogs141
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re: 2020-21 Season Long Arkansas Basketball
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don't know about defensive...


Yeah if there's one concern I had from last night it's our post defense. Jackson got 4 quick fouls, not sure Vanover is quick enough and Williams probably isn't ready yet. Can't rely on Smith to do it all.

Henderson had a really nice block on Williams but as we know he can be a foul machine too. Don't think he'll play very much but could see Muss putting him out there when we have a lead more than we think.


rockiee
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re: 2020-21 Season Long Arkansas Basketball
The 4 and 5 spot are going to be heavily dependent on who we are playing and what we can get away with

Vanover will get abused on pick and rolls and a quick/strong big

Jackson has great length but isn't strong enough to play the 5 in many match ups

Smith is very versatile but not as big as you would like in some match ups at the 5

Henderson/Kimble can be great energy guys off the bench but not who I think we will ever depend on heavily.

Having said all of that, all those guys can create mismatches on the offensive side of the ball.

I believe Williams overall is going to be our best player at the back end assuming he continues to develop. He has enough length to contest almost any big and he has the potential to stretch the floor. He could easily become a huge threat in pick and roll situations.


rockiee
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Musselman in the press conference talked about a few different things


-Moses solidified his spot in the rotation.

I think we all could see this but even when he wasn't scoring or had the ball in his hands. We were constantly running plays for him. Seems like Muss knew well before this that he was basically "the guy" when it comes down to it.


-Some players that played well in the red/white game have struggled in previous scrimmages and others that played poorly in the red/white game have played well in the previous scrimmages

He talked about Jaylin Williams having great scrimmages leading up to this game even though he struggled during the red/white game. On the opposite side of that spectrum, he mentioned KK having a better red/white game than what he has shown in scrimmages.


-Backcourt D was an issue

He mentioned Sills and Notae in regards to getting better on the defensive side of the ball. During the game you could hear him screaming about Notae lack of hustle to get back on D.


-Switched Notae at half to see what he could do with that side of the ball

Notae had a shaky start but played very well in the 2nd half. It is easy to just look at the points but I believe he also had 5 assists. It seems that was Musselman seeing what Notae would look like with a group of players that will most likely be getting a majority of the minutes (Moses, Smith, etc). No doubt Notae is one of the best scorers, if not the best scorer, on the team but his high volume can be an issue at times. Good to see him play within him self in that 2nd half.


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STLhog
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Bad Things have happened when we rushed vaccines into production without being sure


Not to derail but this is a mRNA vaccine. Its not simply innoculating people with a weak form of Covid.

Basically its using blood cells to deliver the same proteins that are in covid to the body and trigger an immune response.

Big reason why its moving so quickly vs growing a virus on its own and titering it down.

(took an immunology class in college so im basically an expert)


BadPiggy
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Potential problem I see, is that by causing your own human cells to make a piece of the viral protein spike, you could potentially run the risk of your immune system becoming reactive to other antigens i.e. normal human antigens, on those cells. Result being autoimmune disease, or potential over-reaction by the immune system when presented with the real virus, which could cause a cytokine storm, and that is VERY bad.

Too early to know if these in fact can occur as there have simply not been enough time, and certainly not enough numbers for these potential to manifest. Still I won't be first in line.


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