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RE: Cacok
In a perfect world you get to shoot wide open 3 balls with your foot 1 inch behind the line but in a game situation you gotta take the shot when it comes open. That can be the long 2 or the short 3 but its really hard to get the other team to agree that you should be allowed to take only the 3 ball.
02-15-2018 03:38 PM
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Cacok is currently third in the country in both offensive and defensive rebounding %. Last time someone finished the season top 3 in both was Kenneth Faried in 2011 when he was first in both.

While developing a 3 point shot would obviously be great, I think he could really find a niche in the NBA in a Faried type roll as he has the athleticism to be a great defender.

His rebounding ability is NBA level, but I think he needs one more skill to make it. It could be either a jump shot, or dominate defense.
02-16-2018 09:19 AM
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Not an NBA guy, but I suppose next year we will start seeing scouts at the games?
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02-16-2018 05:49 PM
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(02-16-2018 09:19 AM)FLHawk Wrote:  Cacok is currently third in the country in both offensive and defensive rebounding %. Last time someone finished the season top 3 in both was Kenneth Faried in 2011 when he was first in both.

While developing a 3 point shot would obviously be great, I think he could really find a niche in the NBA in a Faried type roll as he has the athleticism to be a great defender.

His rebounding ability is NBA level, but I think he needs one more skill to make it. It could be either a jump shot, or dominate defense.

He leads the nation in total rebounds, rebounds per game and rebounds per 40 minutes.
02-16-2018 06:26 PM
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Cacok averaged 21 points and 19 rebounds this week vs. Elon and CofC. He'll probably be battling it out with Riller for POW who averaged 30 ppg this past week.
02-18-2018 01:11 PM
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(02-18-2018 01:11 PM)82hawk Wrote:  Cacok averaged 21 points and 19 rebounds this week vs. Elon and CofC. He'll probably be battling it out with Riller for POW who averaged 30 ppg this past week.

Both are incredible stats really, I'd vote for Co-PoW for them.
02-18-2018 01:26 PM
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Cacok puts up such ridiculous rebounding numbers, I think it gets overlooked just how remarkable it is. It would be like a guy averaging 40 ppg. And those rebounds represent possessions and points.
02-18-2018 01:42 PM
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(02-18-2018 01:42 PM)82hawk Wrote:  Cacok puts up such ridiculous rebounding numbers, I think it gets overlooked just how remarkable it is. It would be like a guy averaging 40 ppg. And those rebounds represent possessions and points.

Historically more emphasis put on scoring on these awards than on other stats. Do not agree with that mentality but it is what it is. I think Cacock should bé POY
02-18-2018 02:23 PM
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I always look at it one way. If I could take any player in the CAA and have them on my team, who would it be? That's the POY in my opinion. And I wouldn't take any player over Cacok, period.
02-18-2018 04:33 PM
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