Walton-Verona 67 Campbell County 64

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mack The Knife View Post
    I would say WV had the more difficult follow up game. They just came off their most important victory of the season in a highly intense, high level played game that went down to the wire.
    To recover emotionally and win at Campbell County three days later is very impressive.
    WV had 3 days to recovery? That is 3 days, meaning they had 3 days to get their legs back. CC had 0 days. Not making excuses but to say WV winning after having 3 days off compared to CC’s 0 is funny to me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by memyselfandi View Post
    WV had 3 days to recovery? That is 3 days, meaning they had 3 days to get their legs back. CC had 0 days. Not making excuses but to say WV winning after having 3 days off compared to CC’s 0 is funny to me.
    How many points is Miles worth to the Bearcats? If the Camels want to win their District/Regional they will need to be prepared to win consecutive nights. Just give credit where it's due and move on. The Camels may be a better team right now but they weren't last night.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Qryche11 View Post
    How many points is Miles worth to the Bearcats? If the Camels want to win their District/Regional they will need to be prepared to win consecutive nights. Just give credit where it's due and move on. The Camels may be a better team right now but they weren't last night.
    I never discredited WV but to say it was tougher on them after 3 days rest is kind of funny to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by memyselfandi View Post
    I never discredited WV but to say it was tougher on them after 3 days rest is kind of funny to me.
    May be splitting hairs here but unless there has been an extra day added to a week not sure how WV being off Thur/Fri equals 3 days of rest?

    Campbell's big 3 had solid games, looks to me like WV took one of Campbell's better shots and still won at Campbell. Day, Clos and Jolly shot a combined 22/36 and Jolly was 3/5 from 3.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluecats View Post
    May be splitting hairs here but unless there has been an extra day added to a week not sure how WV being off Thur/Fri equals 3 days of rest?

    Campbell's big 3 had solid games, looks to me like WV took one of Campbell's better shots and still won at Campbell. Day, Clos and Jolly shot a combined 22/36 and Jolly was 3/5 from 3.
    I was quoting someone else. They still had 2 days off after none for CC so to me the point is not of importance to even bring up in the discussion by the previous poster.

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    Are we really discussing recovery time for 15-18 year old kids? They're not tired. This is silly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by memyselfandi View Post
    I was quoting someone else. They still had 2 days off after none for CC so to me the point is not of importance to even bring up in the discussion by the previous poster.
    Exactly why I brought up the point of Campbell's big 3 playing well, kind of irrelevant the amount of days off for either team when Campbell's best players all had solid games- doesn't look like the quick turnaround affected them at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bench View Post
    Are we really discussing recovery time for 15-18 year old kids? They're not tired. This is silly.
    Arenít these the same kids that play 5 AAU games in a weekend?

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    Rather than discuss days rest, we should be discussing days to prep. 3 days to prep is much different than 0. Especially for good coaches like these two teams have.
    Still a nice win for WV and a good game for Campbell to play.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TAC View Post
    Aren’t these the same kids that play 5 AAU games in a weekend?
    Most of them, yes. This is ridiculous.

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    Walton won. Walton is a Bryan good team. That’s story of this game. Camels are 17-3, they are fine. They are also a good team. 7 game series it’s probably going 7 and that game is a tossup. Both teams have way bigger games ahead of them anyway.

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    They, Stanley and Miles, started three games together in he KOB.

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    Love watching the Miles kid, but I think we do a disservice to Brannan's team when we keep saying "wow, they did it without Miles." Miles is a great player, and I'm really looking forward to him playing again next year in the 8th....but Walton-Verona is a darn good team - especially defensively - without him. They may well win the 8th - without him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by King of the Bluegrass View Post
    They, Stanley and Miles, started three games together in he KOB.
    Miles didn't play in one game of the King of the Bluegrass and came off the bench for the other three.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ColonelMike View Post
    Love watching the Miles kid, but I think we do a disservice to Brannan's team when we keep saying "wow, they did it without Miles." Miles is a great player, and I'm really looking forward to him playing again next year in the 8th....but Walton-Verona is a darn good team - especially defensively - without him. They may well win the 8th - without him.
    Agree, but with Miles at full strength, they would have been the hands-down favorite.

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