I am looking for Murray to have a good game. He got hurt a few weeks ago in a scrimmage where he hurt his lower back and left wrist. I hope he's back to normal now. Also, it would be nice to see Tsohonis be the offensive scorer we hope he can be.
Bobcats game release https://msubobcats.com/news/2022/11/12/mens-basketball-bobcats-begin-west-coast-trip-at-long-beach-state.aspx
I know nuthin about the Bobcats, so this caught my eye
"Head coach Dan Monson's squad plays at the 13th-fastest pace in the nation, per statistician Ken Pomeroy, which will be a stark difference from Grand Canyon's slow, deliberate offense."
So, if we dictate tempo with strong defense and cause turnovers, then push it on offense, we win?
And if we revert back to bad habits and let the Bobcats dictate a slow, deliberate tempo, we lose?
Option one is our only chance to dominate the game.
Option two would likely be one of those grind out games where anyone can win based on momentum swings at the end.
So overall, I think our chances are better than average for a win, using my patented POS armchair analysis.
p.s. Based on their one game this season, the Bobcats to watch are Jubrile Belo 6-9 240, Robert Ford 6-0, RaeQuan Battle 6-5, Caleb Fuller 6-5, Darius Brown 6-2, and Sam Lecholat 6-7 215.
Brown and Fuller are recent BW guards who transferred over to MSU.
Score Prediction: LB 68-65