Originally Posted by dognation2
Not that I saw. His 9 shots tied for his lowest of the year (with his game against Hopkinsville in early January), which can be mostly attributed to the fact that Cousin had the hot hand, and so was taking the lion's share of the shots. Cousin has attempted more than 16 shots twice on the year (Potter has attempted more than 16 shots in 13 games). The first was against E-Town. He shot 68% or better in each. Unsurprisingly, those are the two best games of his career in terms of scoring.
Potter only took three shots in the second half. Barely anyone else took shots in the second half. The ones he took outside of the paint just weren't falling. The ones inside - BG does a good job at defending the interior. He missed at least two that he really should have had, but the others were deflected or contended very well. But overall, nothing that they didn't do the last game.