Adam reacts to Duke’s hard fought victory over Connecticut. Enjoy!
*After recording, I realized I forgot to mention a couple of things:
-I wrote after the Elon game that for the first time, I saw the game slow down for Jahlil Okafor. He still has a lot of to learn, but he’s already grown so much as a player. You could see this in Jah’s aggressiveness and decision making against Connecticut.
-Rasheed Sulaimon is a classic overthinker. Did his play suffer against Connecticut because his mind was still on the controversial Elon play?
-The Justise Winslow block will be talked about, but it’s the fact that he missed a three pointer and hustled down to the court to make the block that impressed me. He’s typically been hanging his head after missed shots. *
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