Handling Georgia Tech Bobcats, 98-76 - Men's Basketball - Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets t

Handling Georgia Tech Bobcats, 98-76 - Men's Basketball - Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets  t

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THE DEFENSE – The basketball of Georgia Tech men was initially at provincial exhibitions which accounted for two percent, 48-percent of shooting from the city center, and the second half of the second half of 15-0 at the launch of Georgia College 98- 76 Sunday evening at McCamish Pavilion.

Especially due to the movement of wonderful balls (helps 21 with 35 field goals to do), there were six dual-digit scorers in charge of the Yellow Jackets on the evening Bubba Parham15 s 15 (5-for-5 out of three), while the junior guard Jordan Thomas (led 26 points) headed the Bobcats. Also achieved double digits for Tech offensively Jose Alvarado (14), Khalid Moore and Evan Cole (13) and Moses Wright (12).

Cole finished with double double Tech, dominant with 11 reversing as the Jackets showed a real low drop. The Jackets of the game won full rebounding 51-26, and 16 second chance points on the day as well.

The Yellow Jackets are back operating next Sunday at 1 p.m. Eastern time with another demonstration game against Alabama in Tuscaloosa.

Evan Cole (3) junior completed a Sunday exhibition with double double, pulling 11 rebound to go with his 12 points on shooting 4 -7-7

Post-Game Notes

  • NOTES STAFF
    • Georgia Tech starting online: Jose Alvarado, Phillips Shembari, Khalid Moore, Moses Wright, James Banks III
    • With five in the Tech starting in the game, they met 19 shot-32 from the floor. Wright was 5-of-6, Moore was 3-of-4, Banks was 4-of-6 and Alvarado was 6-of-10.
    • The 10 scholarship players available in Georgia Tech competed in the first half. Michael Devoe, who lost the first three weeks of the season's redesign was made a precaution to make a toe injury. Jordan Usher, transferring from Southern California, is not entitled to play until December 18 vs. State State.
    • The 10 scholarship players won at least one goal, and five players scored double in scoring.
    • Georgia Tech met its first six goals in the game and finished the first half at 58.8 percent, and 52.2 percent for the game from the floor.
    • Tech connected 11 field goals three points in the game, made by five different players. The double digit Jackets met in three burning last season – 12 in opening vs Lamar and 11 at Virginia Tech. Against Georgia College, their threads split almost equally, five in the first, six in the second.
    • Each of the five non-scholarship players of Tech saw action in the final 1:18 of the game. Malachi Rice was the only one who made the scoring column, hitting a pair of free berries.

    KEY FINDINGS OF THE PASTORS

    • It helps to make field goals: Tech helped 21 of its 35 field goals (just 60 percent) and eight players had at least one. The Jackets finished last season at 57.4 percent overall (46th in the nation) and 56.4 percent in ACP games. Tech night goal is 60 percent.
    • Makes free try the combat: Tech 17-of-26 went from the free throw line, and Georgia College 7-of-9, fulfilling its mission each night to do more than the opponent. These 39-17 Jackets are under Josh Pastner when wanting goes more apart than the opponent.
    • Turnovers: On average, there were 14.3 turnover per game in the ACC, and last year only 11.3. The goal each night is to make 11 or less, and Tech has only met three times a season (in all four games). Tech says more about Josh Pastner, when Tech has had less turnover than his opponent, he is 22-15. When it is more committed, it is 23-30.
    • Garda resuscitation: Tech players gathered outside Banks, Cole and Wright 14 protective rebels 33 of the Jackets.

    INDIVIDUAL NOTES

  • Bubba Parham's VMI transfer immediately showed why it was a dangerous shooter in Southern Congress, draining each of the five three-point field goals he tried. He directed the jackets to 15 points.
  • Evan Cole, a reserve of James Banks in the center of the center, added double-double to 13 points and 11 rebound. The dual dual-double, officially, is a career by the young person 6-10 (10/10 vs. Wake Forest as a fresh man).
  • Freshman Asanti Price was not only 1-for-9 from the floor (through a pointer), but he added the plus / minus Tech figure in the game (24). He had four aid, a blocked shot and two reversals in 23:58, leading the jackets in minutes.

Georgia Tech departed on each cylinder against Georgia College, shooting a 48 percent blistering from the town center.

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