Players 🦴 Nah'Shon "Bones" Hyland 🦴

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In A10 games, Bones is now averaging 11.25ppg. He’s 22-42 on 3 pointers...that’s 52.4%!

He had that rough homecoming game against St. Joe’s. Other than that game, he’s 21-35 (60%) on 3 pointers in the other 7 conference games.
They might - might! - want to start guarding him. Fine with me if no one does, though.
 
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In A10 games, Bones is now averaging 11.25ppg. He’s 22-42 on 3 pointers...that’s 52.4%!

He had that rough homecoming game against St. Joe’s. Other than that game, he’s 21-35 (60%) on 3 pointers in the other 7 conference games.
I'm sure most would agree he needs to shoot it more, part of that is he needs to play more.

Maybe Coach doesn't want him to get worn down before March, which I think does make some sense considering he is a freshman and appropriately nicknamed bones.

Hopefully we can keep him fresh the rest of the regular season and be in a position to secure an at-large. Then during the A10 tourney unleash Bones and start playing him 25-30min a game (or as much as he can handle).
 
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If he values success he will leave when its time to leave. A professional career occurs in a short window. If the time is right you go. Stay or go, the decisions has little to do with ones value of an education.
Exactly... you can finish your degree anytime. Off season, after your playing days are over... etc. If his time comes anytime in the next 2-3 years before he graduates college.... he should take the opportunity while he can.
 
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