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(2020) SG Trey Galloway To IU

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1 hour ago, woodenshoemanHoosierfan said:

After reading my answer in context with the post I quoted, perhaps I should have explained myself better. I meant his release point wasn't very good but he was able to produce even without changing it

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Makes sense. And I agree.

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Cool article USPS. His dad sees what I saw with his form it sounds like. 58% FT won’t cut it. His dad is right. I think they’ll fix it. Either way, sometimes you don’t mess with form, let the kids natural ability and practice figure it out.


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Really good article, thanks for sharing. This commit definitely helps get the IU juices flowing lol.


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10 hours ago, woodenshoemanHoosierfan said:

After reading my answer in context with the post I quoted, perhaps I should have explained myself better. I meant his release point wasn't very good but he was able to produce even without changing it

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You can have a low release point as long as your release is quick. Galloway appears to be able to put it up quick enough to offset the low release. That said, the numbers make me think his shot needs some work.

Regardless, this is probably my favorite player in the state from 2020 and the one I was really hoping we’d get. I think we got a diamond in the rough. Not an immediate impact player but a guy that’s good for the culture and could develop into a very good player. I really like his ability to finish around the rim and through contact. 

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18 hours ago, Bigred3588 said:

You can have a low release point as long as your release is quick. Galloway appears to be able to put it up quick enough to offset the low release. That said, the numbers make me think his shot needs some work.

Regardless, this is probably my favorite player in the state from 2020 and the one I was really hoping we’d get. I think we got a diamond in the rough. Not an immediate impact player but a guy that’s good for the culture and could develop into a very good player. I really like his ability to finish around the rim and through contact. 

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You’ll have to clarify; I was 4 years old when he began his college career.

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His shot got off so quick. So smooth and pure. I guarantee every person in this picture knew that shot was going in. Felt like Hulls to be honest when the ball left his hand.

 

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1 hour ago, Bigred3588 said:

You’ll have to clarify; I was 4 years old when he began his college career.

??     He had a low start to his shot.   That's why I quoted what I did and put it in bold.   What do you need clarified?

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