KHSAA Boys Basketball Statistical Leaders (12/28)

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    KHSAA Boys Basketball Statistical Leaders (12/28)

    217/18 KY Boys Basketball Stat Leaders

    The latest Top 20, released this morning.

    The leaders:

    Scoring - D. Tandy, University Heights, 35.3 ppg
    Field Goal - N. Thelen, Cov Cath, 79.5%
    Free Throw - K. Fraley, Breathitt Co., 92.0%
    3 Pts - J. Cole, Spencer Co., 3.3 pg
    Rebounds - D. Jewell, Hickman Co., 13.0 pg
    Team Scoring - Ballard, 83.4
    Team Defense - Model, 43.7
    Scoring Margin - Model, 27.9
    Team Field Goal - Cov. Cath. 57.3%
    Team Free Throw - Green Co., 85.7%
    Team 3 Point - Trinity, 46.2%
    Team Rebounds - Mason Co., 43.1 pg.
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    So the team free throw leader, Green County with 85.7 percent has made only 6 of 7 attempts in 8 games?

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    Quote Originally Posted by B-Ball-fan View Post
    So the team free throw leader, Green County with 85.7 percent has made only 6 of 7 attempts in 8 games?
    Fully committed to the seven seconds or less offense.

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    Got to see KyKy Tandy for the first time yesterday against Bryan Station. As expected, he's a really gifted offensive player and is really strong.

    UHA overall was disappointing though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SnottieDrippen View Post
    Fully committed to the seven seconds or less offense.
    I didn't bother doing the math, but I looked at their game by games stats on the scoreboard, and this 6 of 7 attempts is dramatically WAY off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by B-Ball-fan View Post
    So the team free throw leader, Green County with 85.7 percent has made only 6 of 7 attempts in 8 games?
    Quote Originally Posted by SnottieDrippen View Post
    Fully committed to the seven seconds or less offense.
    Quote Originally Posted by B-Ball-fan View Post
    I didn't bother doing the math, but I looked at their game by games stats on the scoreboard, and this 6 of 7 attempts is dramatically WAY off.
    "Upon further review ..." Green Co. is 125/192 for 65.1%. Somebody feeding the computer in Lexington eggnog gone south.

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    I hate the whole ‘need x amount of games to qualify’ being at 8 games right now. 6 is a more reasonable number. Boyle County had to cancel one game because of football so their players don’t qualify for the stat leaders yet. Bryce Slone of Boyle County is making 5.25 three pointers a game and is 42-74 from the three point line for the season at a 56.75% clip right now through 8 games for Boyle County. When these stats were taken Boyle County had only played in 7 games. After this week Boyle County will have played in 10 games. I hope the number of games needed to qualify for the state leaders is a reasonable number next week.

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    Nick Thelen of CovCath shooting 78% from the floor -- regardless of your height, your length, your bunnies...that is crazy impressive. Put-backs and hard drives to the basket will get you places!!

    He is dwarfing his taller teammate, Jake Walter, who is only shooting 70% from the floor! #Sarcasm

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    Worth noting: CovCath, as a team, are shooting: 58% / 46% / 78% -- if they can keep from turning it over at a Ruthian pace, that will win a LOT of games.

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