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  1. #31

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    Quote Originally Posted by stinkyboy II View Post
    Having one player, no matter who it is, scoring over 80% of his teams points is not going to lead to successful outcomes.

    Allen averages 31 + of the teams normal 70+ points.

    Walsh, Yelton, Sullivan, and Antrobus (when back) need to score the ball and keep the scoring ratio more distributed.

    Paris has shown to play all of the 10th region contenders on their schedule very tough. Not surprised by the outcome.
    I agree with you, but the discrepancy is generally not as exaggerated as it was in the Paris game. Allen could create his shots and that is not a strong point for many of the others. Their strength is the three ball which was not falling last night.
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  2. #32

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    Quote Originally Posted by dognation2 View Post
    For the PC fans. Are they better when Allen scores 30 plus? Can they win without him scoring in bunches. I've seen a couple of varying opinions on his shot attempts and scoring.
    Allen has to score big, but as we know , one man will not compete against good teams.

  3. #33

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    Robertson County beat this Paris team. PC can't let them stick around late,RC will be loose with nothing to lose. Will Robertson County get the kid that got injured in the Bracken County game back for the district tournament?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Randy Parker View Post
    Exactly right.

    Allen scored 43 points for a team that tallied 52 points last night, but for the season they average 76. He was 14-23 from the floor, while the rest of the team was 4-17.
    Sobering numbers. I've seen games where I've thought PC should get the ball to Dontaie more, that he was their best chance at winning .... but nothing makes that case better than the fact that the rest of the team could only manufacture 9 points for the entire game ......

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    Quote Originally Posted by stinkyboy II View Post
    Having one player, no matter who it is, scoring over 80% of his teams points is not going to lead to successful outcomes.

    Allen averages 31 + of the teams normal 70+ points.

    Walsh, Yelton, Sullivan, and Antrobus (when back) need to score the ball and keep the scoring ratio more distributed.

    Paris has shown to play all of the 10th region contenders on their schedule very tough. Not surprised by the outcome.
    And Allen knows this better than anyone else. He is and always has been very unselfish and Team oriented. Just sounds like Paris D did a heck of a job shutting down his teammates. Antrobus's absence had to be a major contributor to this outcome. Hope he can recover for post season.

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