35 Burst results for "Luka Garza"

"luka garza" Discussed on All Ball with Doug Gottlieb

All Ball with Doug Gottlieb

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"luka garza" Discussed on All Ball with Doug Gottlieb

"Let's talk by you and your game day so now sudden obviously patrick and the young guys you know keegan you got some news. That can score. But you've got to kind of explore expand your game. How how's that going. It's been going well. I mean. I've just i've been milking milken. I've been trying to get back from this injury. sir hopes so. I've been kinda dealing with that. But i mean i've been practicing day I think it's just about being more aggressive. As a whole you know just it like out. There were times when. I probably could've shot last year. But i was just always always looking to pass regardless falls open or not. You know it's like But like it wasn't like i was like thinking to myself like oh like i'm a bad russian issued this you know it's kind of like i watched I watched the shop with draymond enjoy. Mom's like have steph. My ryan clam left. If i can get a shot. That's fine but why the fuck would give them a better shot you. Here's here's the thing with okay. So again i've lived the experience patrick. You can happen to day like that. He's right and he's wrong like they're going to get better shots. Keep you to just you have to be a threat fight. You got to be a threat drive euboea threat in the mid range via threatened. Three you just if you're just like so when i played tinsley was iowa state. He couldn't fucking shoot at all but they would run stuff for the star of the game so he catching make like a little mid range pull up so do garden and then you have to garden like he's six three six four like he can make every pass in the problem. Is we a you as much as you have. Great size and vision. It gets taken away when people play off you and now you're so open your flock by. Don't shoot it. I look idiot..

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"luka garza" Discussed on All Ball with Doug Gottlieb

All Ball with Doug Gottlieb

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"luka garza" Discussed on All Ball with Doug Gottlieb

"He's sixty six eight now and he's he's he's grown so he's a six eight and he's a freshman and you know if he can get to. I think he could be like really really good at gets like six eleven as a big mess. Six ten even as a as a stretch five stretch four thinks. He's yokich like that so he tries to play like a but he's a really good shooter off. Good ball handling. He's just not very quaker explosive yet. You know he's kinda still growing into his body. I think if he stays at six as can still be a really good player. It's just gonna be a different kind of game for him. you know he just. He can't be like luca type. I feel like. I mean he could like look really long arms. Like lucas bigger. I mean like you know six. Yeah and lucas. Like six eleven to so like jag. Jack gets up there. Like he's i feel i also think like jack will grow into his body and he's gonna be he's gonna be. He's already really good. But once he grows into his body interested to see like how he moved his outlet. Assume you know what what kind of takes over. He's playing over at west for ferrara is coach He's get them and he's he's going to defend in rebound and do whatever burbs yells at him to do agile Mcgee kick is hassle. I'm nice to him but also kick his ass all the time announcing play. But i'm always. I don't really like yell at them like that autumn. Sometimes i yelled much of their open gym the other day. I'll just watch them. I added them a little bit there. But i don't. I'm not too hard on. Woody allen about what is what you have to get him but he sometimes doesn't play hard so i pointed out he he was acting tired and i say you don't play hard enough to be tired Stand up straight. Keep keep playing and he ran back on defense and did all that kind of stuff we used to have a. You can be tired. But you can't play tac right but it is interesting on. How even you guys you're around it your own way right like you think you're playing really hard like man heart where you're gonna college like holy shit these days so much martyr crazy. It's completely different. Like giving bodies gains speed but different bodies to they hit you and especially in your legs league like that grown men in your leg guys from wisconsin. I mean they're their kids. Section is is impressive by twenty five twenty six years old. Speaking of which. Patrick wait year. Are you now. I feel like you already been there a decade and you're like a sophomore fresh..

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"luka garza" Discussed on The JJ Redick Podcast

The JJ Redick Podcast

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"luka garza" Discussed on The JJ Redick Podcast

"Luke garza could actually become a real. Nba player that guy that one collegiate player of the year and yet nobody wanted and is drafted in the nba draft What ended up with twenty and fourteen or something. Last night he was. He was outstanding Again he has dow signed a two way deal. So luger's who does nobody been. It's he'll end up getting four The pistons but luca garza signed a two two way deal. He of course had a historic collegiate career at iowa. But he was you know by all accounts slow-footed big played near around the basket and so was of no use to people in the nba. And yet he made threes. He put up to huge double doubles and in their finale. Last night ends it with twenty one point and fifteen rebounds and got himself a two way contract so the luka garza dream is still alive after getting selected fifty second in the nba draft. He was good and he's fun. You know he's a real throwback but I i love the idea of becoming you know. Just the there's i went back and looked kevin. There's never been a guy like you by where this has happened work. I becomes the naismith player of the year in college basketball. Nobody wants him now. Not all of them have panned out. I e like the tyler hands boroughs but tolerance was like a lottery pick. I think frank mason might be the lowest and he was like at the beginning of the second round nobody. There's not even close to being selected. Fiftieth or fifty. Second whatever you've picked.

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Detroit Pistons Sign Luka Garza

The JJ Redick Podcast

02:05 min | 1 year ago

Detroit Pistons Sign Luka Garza

"Luke garza could actually become a real. Nba player that guy that one collegiate player of the year and yet nobody wanted and is drafted in the nba draft What ended up with twenty and fourteen or something. Last night he was. He was outstanding Again he has dow signed a two way deal. So luger's who does nobody been. It's he'll end up getting four The pistons but luca garza signed a two two way deal. He of course had a historic collegiate career at iowa. But he was you know by all accounts slow-footed big played near around the basket and so was of no use to people in the nba. And yet he made threes. He put up to huge double doubles and in their finale. Last night ends it with twenty one point and fifteen rebounds and got himself a two way contract so the luka garza dream is still alive after getting selected fifty second in the nba draft. He was good and he's fun. You know he's a real throwback but I i love the idea of becoming you know. Just the there's i went back and looked kevin. There's never been a guy like you by where this has happened work. I becomes the naismith player of the year in college basketball. Nobody wants him now. Not all of them have panned out. I e like the tyler hands boroughs but tolerance was like a lottery pick. I think frank mason might be the lowest and he was like at the beginning of the second round nobody. There's not even close to being selected. Fiftieth or fifty. Second whatever you've picked.

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Not rusty: Oregon soars past Iowa 95-80 into Sweet 16

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00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Not rusty: Oregon soars past Iowa 95-80 into Sweet 16

"Chris do Artes scored twenty three points and seven seed Oregon showed no signs of rust after a long layoff beating number two seed Iowa ninety five eighty LJ Figueroa hit five threes while scoring twenty one points for the ducks who advanced to the second round win their game with VCU was canceled due to covet nineteen concerns will Richardson added nineteen points for an organ attacked and shot fifty six percent and hit eleven three pointers hawk eye center Luka Garza delivered thirty six points and nine rebounds in his final college game I'm Dave Ferrie

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Garza, Weiskamp lead No. 9 Iowa over No. 4 Ohio State 73-57

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00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Garza, Weiskamp lead No. 9 Iowa over No. 4 Ohio State 73-57

"Luka Garza and Joe we skip combined for forty three points and seventeen rebounds as ninth ranked Iowa silence number four Ohio state seventy three fifty seven Garza finished with twenty four points and eleven rebounds for the Hawkeyes who have won five of their last six with two games left in the regular season with ninety nine to be able to go and play one of the best teams in the country and and be able to take him down on the floor and we know how much your home Oscar we're up eleven and we lost at least you know those big motivation for us we scant shot five of nine from three point range in delivered nineteen points with six boards each J. Lovell had a team high fifteen points for the Buckeyes who lost for the third time in eight days after receiving consideration for a number one seed in the NC double a tournament I'm Dave very

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Dickinson impresses as No. 3 Michigan routs No. 9 Iowa 79-57

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00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Dickinson impresses as No. 3 Michigan routs No. 9 Iowa 79-57

"Franz Wagner scored twenty one points and freshman hunter Dickinson shut down Luka Garza as third ranked Michigan blew out numbered on Iowa seventy nine fifty seven earlier in the big ten and probably in the country so you know obviously he's got great skill and I just try to do my best to you know hold my own against Garcia led the Hawkeyes with sixteen points but he shot just six of nineteen from the field is Michigan became the first team to hold the Hawkeyes under sixty five points this season Iowa went ahead thirty seven thirty six on Garces three point play early in the second half but the Wolverines immediately reeled off a fourteen to run to regain control I deliver scored sixteen for the Wolverines who were coming off a ninety two eighty seven win over then number four Ohio state I'm Dave Ferrie

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Franklin's final shot sends Indiana past No. 8 Iowa 67-65

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00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Franklin's final shot sends Indiana past No. 8 Iowa 67-65

"Armaan Franklin hit a fifteen footer with one point eight seconds left to give Indiana sixty seven sixty five victory and a season sweep of a Frank dialogue Lucas stepped out a little bit got going down hill and saw him lean in his step back and just let it go you know my team is at all to me confidence in me does that sound to me to get the ball in that moment you know and just pay it off trayce Jackson Davis finished with seventeen points and twelve rebounds for the Hoosiers who stopped a two game skid and handed the Hawkeyes their fourth loss in five games I will open the second half on a fourteen to run to take a forty five thirty five lead and was ahead fifty three forty eight was seven twenty five left Luka Garza scored sixteen of his eighteen points in the second half for Iowa I'm the ferry

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Balanced Ohio State rallies past Iowa in Top-10 matchup

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Balanced Ohio State rallies past Iowa in Top-10 matchup

"Seventh ranked Ohio state has won a top ten matchup going into Iowa and beating the number eight Hawkeyes eighty nine eighty five E. G. le del Kyle young and when Washington junior each had sixteen points young says the Buckeyes defense was the difference it was a full team you know defensive effort and you know I think a lot of guys stepped up on both both ends of the floor and you know works Ohio state trailed sixty one fifty with fourteen and a half minutes left before embarking on the seventeen five run Justin Ahrens was scoreless before nailing three three pointers during the closing spurt Hawkeye center Luka Garza was held to sixteen points after entering the game leading the nation in scoring I'm Dave Ferrie

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"luka garza" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast

Game Theory Podcast

04:39 min | 1 year ago

"luka garza" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast

"I mean you talked three NBA off some. Yeah. I'm not I I think I just come on and execs and Scouts and settings out. But yeah, it's it's still it only takes one to follow along. It's not going to be a situation where if he goes 27th. I'm going to have my hands in my face and yell like Macaulay Culkin in Home Alone, like it's a doable scenario. Like he could go twenty-five to I think you had like the forties. I think that's pretty reasonable. Honestly, I will be surprised if he gets Beyond 50 straight up like again, I don't even know that I will have him in the top Fifty Dead. Guess that I probably will but it's not like a certainty necessarily that I will have him in the Top fifty. I would guess he'll be somewhere between 31 and 50 for me. This is this is a pretty positive segment. It started with the the dignified tell line and we're not even totally disagreeing we're saying there's some upside in the actual place. He gets chosen were credited for everything you've done for college basketball. We're positive here pause of people like it's a more complicated situation. I tweeted this like when I saw the Luka Garza discourse starting on Twitter on Tuesday America in America, I was like look this situation is much more complicated than anyone's going to give it credit for being because Luka Garza has a million options that is disposed off because of the Bosnian passport. He is one of the most decorated celebrated college basketball players of the last decade he is also just not really a fit for the NBA, but he's a fit song. Of if you play a drop coverage scheme and need spacing from the five like if I was the Bucks and I had a picket 45, I would want him to fall to 45. I would want to take the shot that he can play with in my drop coverage scheme same with Portland like Portland is an interesting fit for him. There are real genuine teams out there. That should consider him high above them where I'm generally going to have him and that's why the idea of like the big board right of prospects in a lot of ways. It's kind of silly, right because every team should have bought a very drastically different Big Board based on the scheme that they run based on the Personnel that they have Etc the idea of picking for only like the best players I think is not a great place. But at the end of the day the odds are the Luke Garza is probably not going to be like a difference-making NBA player because it's just really hard to do that at his athleticism log. Like Nikola jokic is I would say even considerably more athletic than Luka Garza. Yeah different. Yeah, like just more fluid and can handle the ball and off like has real dexterity and like hand-eye coordination and like Vision with the way that he passes and it's it's just a totally different skill-set, but I think he's also just a better athlete with Luka Garza is especially this year. Like if you've seen much of the Nuggets this year, I haven't watched on NBA now, so he actually looks athletic and that's not to say that like, I don't want to say like he looks at home by NBA standards, but like Luka garage Nikola jokic his clearly added some quickness this year and it's part of why he's like making an empty people's right. Now. I think like he's gone from home super Elite player to like potential MVP candidate and I think it's in part because he's quicker. He's just like a better athlete than Luka Garza like that even even the comparison falls apart in terms of athleticism, I think. Which is a concern..

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"luka garza" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast

Game Theory Podcast

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"luka garza" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast

"I think when we started kind of plotting what we're going to do here today said, okay. Where do you where do you have? Hookah, Garza one said late. First one said a second one said undrafted. So it really is kind of beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Maybe it's a little of a system slant somewhat of how it can fit in the way we play maybe it's not as much an up-and-down maybe have better Wings to help on on switches, but it's not just like a guy like a a kid coming ham last night kind of withstanding a little bit where he can put him on anywhere wage. Work out like it's going to have to be the right fit there too. And the last kind of part I have is I hate people sometimes just rest on like well, he's the best player in college basketball. He's going to be the best should be fine in the NBA like that doesn't always work, you know, yeah looked up like first-team all-americans from like the last five years and they usually nail like two or three of them, but all right. So 2015-16 Tyler ulis energy League Bryce Johnson in Ukraine 16 and 17 Lonzo ball. He's on team to close to maybe team 3 Frank Mason decided to weigh him down against Auto basketball. Seventeen eighteen was ridiculous eighteen nineteen had Grant Williams, who's fine rotational guy Cassius Winston figure it out. Nineteen twenty miles Powell in the G League Joseph Marcus Howard averaging one point per game for the Nuggets. So it's not just like this easy switch where whatever it'll hit he's done enough in college. He's proved very wrong like the NBA is still a very different game that off. The translatable stuff doesn't a hundred percent work. So your 2014 first-team All-American Johnson, Nick Johnson and Arizona was a second-round pick. I believe fairly stuck in the NBA. I think he did get like make the NBA though Shabazz Napier solid backup point guard dog, McDermott. Great like a back-up for man Russ Smith. Not in the NBA didn't really make the NBA to a long degree, right? 2012 year. We've got Anthony Davis Draymond Green Doug McDermott, you know McDermott solid Draymond Green and Anthony Davis All-Stars, then we've got Thomas Robinson and Jared Sullinger, right and both of those guys are in very similar situations to what who Garza was and Luka Garza was more productive than they were to be sure. He was, you know better player dead. And both of those two are frankly, but I mean, they just could not stick at the next level and like you go down to like the second-team All-American team. I say yeah. Yeah Marcus denmon Kevin George Jones from West Virginia, Michael Kidd-Gilchrist. Tyler Zeller. It's it's not the same game college basketball is not the same game as the NBA it is wholly and entirely different. I love college basketball, but the geometry of the court allows these big plotting centers to have a greater impact that's not to say that they don't translate to the next level. I think Luka Garza has a real chance to stick as a floor spacing backup center who knocks down threes and offensive rebounds and hopefully can put up more production than what he gives up on the defensive end. But like I don't I don't really see it off. Is he really gets better at a lot of different Avenues of his game and the athleticism concerns just aren't going away here..

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"luka garza" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast

Game Theory Podcast

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"luka garza" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast

"I will also bring up the fact that like, do you think that his short-area quickness would not allow him and his lack of length will allow him to even play like as a drop coverage big and not have the corner get turned on him by his very quick guards. Like he might not even be able to be a drop bag in the NBA be something. I mean what what else would it be? But yeah, right I'm with you know, like my he will absolutely play and drop coverage dogs. Will he be able to do it effectively like I don't even know if you can do that effectively in a big part of being a drop coverage big is being able to protect the rim. I don't know that he can protect the rim effect. Play against NBA Talent a sneaky kind of underrated thing about Luka Garza. He's never been a very good offensive rebounder. A lot of his offense a lot of his rebounding numbers come on the offensive end cuz he gets off his own misses or mrs. From his teammates on those like ones where you can't understand how he gets the rebound because he's flat-footed on the ground still and it's just so good at carving out position in life is capable of being in the right position for the rebound. Luka Garza is defensive rebounding race at Iowa. 20.4% 12.7% 21.2% last year about 15.4% this year. He doesn't really lock down the defense of glass in a way that you would hope and that's even going to get harder if the next level in the NBA. Another issue is the passing right like people bring up like why can't he be a jokic type? Why can't he be? Yeah, he can't do that because he's not the kind of ball-handler passer playmaker that someone like Nikola jokic is in the standards for doing that job. The center position in the NBA is like Nikola. Jokic bam. Adebayo, like exceptionally High almost impossible like we see Andre Drummond trying to do it right now and Andre Drummond is like actually improved a little bit as a ball-handler over the course of years like Andre Drummond that Cavs offense is a fucking Trainwreck every guy when he tries to like run off hand. I'm trying to tries to run his stuff right like it's not fun to watch. So I totally get it with Garza because I think there is something to the fact that he works his fucking balls off man. Yeah works so hard. His motor is unbelievable. I think that that above them in the touch and His Hands which are exceptional like all of it. I think the fact that he's playing as hard as he does is his absolute number one skill point blank page. And I just have a lot of questions on how it's going to translate on defense and even if he can handle a primary role on offense and bedtime student of the game. There's an article on the athletic early in the year about how we just kind of like wore out all these phene h s tapes or whatever he was watching of Olajuwon amicale and all the footwork and the post stuff and he takes pride in that. Yeah. I talked to I don't know three or four or NBA Scouts yesterday..

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Dosunmu, Frazier lead No. 19 Illinois over No. 7 Iowa 80-75

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Dosunmu, Frazier lead No. 19 Illinois over No. 7 Iowa 80-75

"I this Sumer scored twenty five points and Trent Frazier had twenty four for ninety ranked Illinois in a victory over number seven Iowa eighty seventy five Iowa center Luka Garza battled early foul trouble while scoring nineteen points my gonna be better for my team and not be able to put myself in positions you know to be responsible but there's a very physical game the teams kept trading leads before the Illini took command in the final two minutes they were up by three one Jordan Bohannon missed a three pointer with eleven seconds remaining coffee Cochran clinched it with two free throws and finished with nine points and eleven rebounds for Illinois Joe we scamp also had nineteen for the Hawkeyes I'm Dave very

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Indiana shuts down No. 4 Iowa for 81-69 road upset

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Indiana shuts down No. 4 Iowa for 81-69 road upset

"Indiana trail fifty three forty four before reeling off a twenty two to three sport in eighty one sixty nine victory at fourth ranked Iowa the Hawkeyes didn't have a field goal for an eleven minute stretch until Joe two sons layup with fifty nine point six seconds remaining trayce Jackson Davis scored twenty three points despite second half foul trouble rob for the C. added eighteen for the Hoosiers who wanted the Hawkeyes five game winning streak Luka Garza led Iowa with twenty points and twelve rebounds his seventh double double of the season Joe we skip had sixteen points and added twelve rebounds but was held to just one point after half time I'm the ferry

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Garza scores 33, No. 5 Iowa beats No. 16 Minnesota 86-71

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Garza scores 33, No. 5 Iowa beats No. 16 Minnesota 86-71

"Luka Garza poured in thirty three points and fifth ranked Iowa improved to eleven to two by holding off number sixteen Minnesota eighty six seventy one Jordan Bohannon had an outstanding all around game delivering nineteen points fourteen assists seven rebounds and no turnovers Joe we skip added twenty points to the win the Hawkeyes led thirty nine thirty seven at the break before opening the second half with a twenty two six run Garza had ten during that spurt and finished thirteen of twenty from the field after coming into the game leading the nation in scoring at twenty seven point two points per game I'm Dave very

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Garza scores 24 to help No. 5 Iowa coast past Maryland 89-67

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00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Garza scores 24 to help No. 5 Iowa coast past Maryland 89-67

"Luka Garza led four players in double figures with twenty four points is fifth ranked Iowa raced past Maryland eighty nine sixty seven the Terps got off to a nineteen nine lead in the first half only to see the Hawkeyes outscored them thirty five just seven including a twenty to nothing run to end the half Garza said it took the Hawkeyes a while to get going credit to Maryland they came out they were really moved the ball and run energy to start the game they had a good game plan you are trying to frustrate me a double team me and they were able to knock down some shots but I'm glad I was able to bounce back and weakens led Maryland with seventeen it was I was third straight win to move to ten and two overall and four and one in the big ten the Terps fall to six and six Greg Heister College Park Maryland

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No. 10 Iowa beats No. 16 Northwestern 87-72 in Big Ten game

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

No. 10 Iowa beats No. 16 Northwestern 87-72 in Big Ten game

"Jordan Bohannon CJ Fredrick and Luka Garza combined for sixty one points is number ten Iowa defeated number nineteen northwestern eighty seven seventy two Bohannon led the way with twenty four points nineteen of those coming in the second half and on the night was six of nine from three point range whenever I am going to get to know the shot seven and run throughout my career is one of my top and starts getting starts going alone Morris I think the fact I got to some spots that not a lot of shots like I said my career really helped me no move for the second half the victory raise the Hawkeyes record to eight into overall in two and one in big ten play Pete Nance said twenty one in a losing cause was seventeen of those coming in the first half northwestern falls to six into overall and three in one in big ten action I'm David Shuster

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Minnesota takes down No. 4 Iowa 102-95 with 3-point spree

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Minnesota takes down No. 4 Iowa 102-95 with 3-point spree

"Minnesota picked up an upset win by beating fourth ranked Iowa one oh two ninety five in overtime Randy Johnson sparked a victory for the gophers going four for four from three point range you know T. and finishing with twenty six points with nine rebounds Marcus Carr at thirty points on six for thirteen shooting from three point range and he also added assists lead Robbins added eighteen points and four blocks for the eight one golfers who trailed by seven with forty four seconds left in regulation Luka Garza delivery thirty two points on eleven for twenty seven shooting and had seventeen rebounds for the Hawkeyes I'm Dave very

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Suggs leads top-ranked Gonzaga over No. 3 Iowa 99-88

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00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Suggs leads top-ranked Gonzaga over No. 3 Iowa 99-88

"Top ranking Zach it remains unbeaten following a ninety nine eighty eight win over number three Iowa Jaylen Sugg scored eighteen of his career high twenty seven points for the Bulldogs were building a fifty one thirty seven halftime lead Suggs finished seven of ten from three point range since we're doing all the code issues and things like that I spent a lot of time to Jim by myself are you know just late at night I'm going to spend some time and again such up on the gun and coming coming into this weekend I really felt like my jumps out and pulled off a really comfortable with it Zacks led by twenty with thirteen minutes left the Hawkeyes got within nine with under two minutes left before Gonzaga hung on Luka Garza led Iowa with thirty points and ten rebounds shooting thirteen of eighteen Joe we skip added twenty points and nine rebounds for the Hawkeyes I'm Dave Ferrie

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"luka garza" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"luka garza" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

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"luka garza" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"luka garza" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

"Something that I'll definitely remember forever. So last question we have for you is if you win this game, I mean, you're probably the number one team in the country. Like have you ever thought about that of Iowa of you being the number one team in the country? Has that kind of kin that into your head before this game or do you just focus on Gonzaga? You know, I think for us, you know, that's something we all kind of have the common knowledge that could happen. But for us, I think we just focus on winning the game and we're playing a great team and we have to get there first for that to happen. You know, we have to we have to go out there and play our best and you know, we're playing one of the best offenses in the country. So, you know, our defense is going to be put to a test that you know that they're not, you know, not many other teams will be put to so that's you know, exciting for us and we thought that you know, if we go in and we play our game and we play defense to the way we know we're capable of that. You know, we we have the potential in the chance to pull out a w. We'll listen. We we appreciate you joining us 68% from 3. We expect you to to continue that we also expect you to blow away. Robbie's vertical of nineteen fifty says you got another 20 or 21 and 1/2 or something like that. I I don't I don't think on that far from that you might have me too. I'm glad you're part of the fraternity game score the ball at a high level below the rim. Yeah exactly. You guys get rewarded for the two of you like, you know Brothers, you know, lots of Brothers. Okay broke off every people to my favorite players and I like it because honestly neither one of you can jump that much higher them. Oh my God after the season we're having a decathlon. We're going to kick the shit out of Jeff and everything older. You gotta respect your elders guys. Okay. All right. Let's look up we appreciate it man always continue to suck. And will I'm sure we'll do it again later in the in the year. Definitely. Thank you for the opportunity. Thank you for having me. Appreciate your love watching you play man. Thank you. Thank you..

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"luka garza" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"luka garza" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

"Know, some pretty great celebrations after some great wins and I think a yo last year, you know think my sophomore year when we be Michigan and I were they were top 5 team, you know that off the floor just you know that night just you know, our whole team just you know, it took a lot of fun. We had worked hard to get put ourselves in position, you know to be able to beat a team like that and and I think we just you know, really enjoy that when and and you know, that was a lot of fun. So I think you know when you look at some of the games that we won over my career here and some big-time home with but also I'd also say the Iowa State win on the road last year. We never one there with Coach McCaffrey and wage. Also my freshman year and to be able to go in their building and be up 25 that was you know, that was a crazy experience and then you know, obviously you're just going around Iowa City after that game and you know people you know, if she hadn't seen a team when they're in a long time and that was a lot of fun just being around all the fans and in the community cuz when you're in Iowa City, you know, there's no protein. So, you know, we are the pro team in in Iowa City, So, you know, it's awesome to see all the people that you meet all the different people you need and and and share their stories with you and how they're you know, especially as I've grown as a player, you know, I've seen more of it but it's just it's awesome to know and and and see the people around us and good answer Luca Jeff looking like he was trying to get you suspended for the Gonzaga games talked about the Gonzaga game. And and I mean this is this could be the biggest game of the year. We thought you know Gonzaga paler it never happened. We've had some big-time games that haven't happened yet. How worried are you dead? Like as the days go by here, it gets closer and closer. But like every day. I don't know. We just wait for like the shoe to drop which sucks but like that that honestly that's kind of what I'm thinking is like let it get here so we can see this this huge game that we haven't really gotten yet. I'm excited. I think it's going to be a lot of fun. I don't think I'm worried at all, you know with our team has worked so hard, you know in the offseason and everything to prepare for moments like these and we're you know, we're ready. We're excited. We're ready to get to work and continue to get better every day. And I think that's another opportunity to prove that and and and get better. I think we're we're going to be on a stage, you know to show the world, you know what we're about and I think that is something that you know excites every single one of us wage and you know for us we we, you know as competitors, we love to play against the best. So when you you know, I don't think I've played against another one team in the country since I've been here, you know, I think we've yep. You know top five a lot in the big time, but I don't think we've had have a number one matchup definitely know when we were in the top five. So this you know, this is exciting. This is why you play the game of basketball. This is why your car this is what you prepare for. So, you know for us, you know, you gotta have fun with it and we're going to go in be prepared as we can be we're going to have fun we get on that cord and and do what we can do when you were in high school. Did you ever think that you could have a game against it seemed like Carolina where you go for sixteen and fourteen and people were like damn Lucas didn't play very good tonight thing you could ever set the bar at that level job. I I honestly, you know, I don't think so. You know, I knew you know, I wanted to be a great college player, but I didn't know that you know, you know, that would be my worst performance or that would be something that I looked at. My home option was, you know, I didn't play that well and and and you know that game was that game was fun for me. I think you know, I learned a lot that game, you know, when when you see a team I haven't played a team know I've seen the big time. Everything's physical. But when you talk about four big men that are all you know of great size and they're all really really good players themselves. It was just you know, a fun matchup and I've seen a lot of that defense has and you know, I don't think I've seen a team with the death in the front Court to be able to do what they did but it was a lot of fun, you know, I think when I watched back on the film, you know, obviously there was some great defense but I look at those shots. I was missing those are gimmicks, you know, they were easy shots that should have made all of them and and and that's you know, my mentality towards but you know as a kid I was a guy who he went. He was my training school, you know that was off to school. I wanted to offer me that was you know, that was a school. I watched on T the most, you know, Tyler Hansbrough all those guys, you know, love those teams. So be able to have an opportunity to go against them and beat them is.

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"luka garza" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

07:45 min | 1 year ago

"luka garza" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

"Myself to shoot the ball. How much did did not winning national player of the year last year to top and drive you. I mean you ever twenty three and ten like a lot of guys and say. I really can't do much more than that. How much that fuel you in the offseason you. I think for me something that i knew. The only reason. I didn't win that war was was because you know his team was better than mine. Her in the rankings. Their team had a better year. They won their their league and they had a great success. And you you know. Obviously he was great and tremendous and use a great player. He's gonna great in the nba and it was just you know his honor to be. Even you know in the discussion with top. Pick no for that. Were for me. I knew that what separated me and him. The most was at his team. You know have more success in my so. I think you know for us For me it was. It was motivation to to do whatever i could to lead this team You know to to get those to be. You know team. That was ranked as high as his team was of last year. And i think You know that. That was the biggest thing and i knew i had to improve myself as well as well opposite am always someone. Who's who's the highest critique myself. My new there were areas Improve improve my efficiency. My shoot free throws. I've seen my three point jumper But you know a lot of it was. I wanted to develop and lead our team to to be you know a team that can win a national championship. 'cause i knew that was only thing that kind of separated us. So were you talking crap. I hope your word to guide. George neang on twitter after that win against iowa state. Was there any back and forth if not. I'm going to get a going. I think he's a guy. I've a of respect for I think the other day he you know he tweeted something many in a positive note. I think he said know. I think someone was talking about the t tournament and they wanted to see me and l. in the tv and obviously he's in the nba. And he said you know with all due respect lucas. An mba claire and now. Was you know that was a great thing for him to say and it made me feel really good about myself and and just to get that not from an nba player. And i've seen your phone like saying this. But he is a legend. I was staying. He was really great in college. Before i was even recruited by you know i definitely watched him play it. I was dayton loved his game. So you know he. He's a guy i have tremendous respect for And you know. Obviously i know you know. I'm a part of this rivalry. i'm gonna be down state. I beat them down as many times. I could you know winning going three and one You know that's the most. I can say about that so i think you know. He's a guy definitely have tremendous respect for. Can you take us through the The shoe incident last year. Like i know you didn't do it. I know jordan but like as a spectator to that did that feel a makes it was. It was fine. He does some things that you know. I can never do myself. But they're you know they're hossam. And i think we all knew before the game. He was planning something and he hadn't told everybody what it was so i knew something was going to happen and i think he didn't want to tell all of us because you just want us to folks anything but winning again and he was doing this in on he. He had confidence us. That we're going to win this game and i think we all knew something was coming. Um and you know kind of what i saw him. Delano is going towards the locker room right and i saw him out there signing announced. This is crazy and i think you know for guy to grow up in iowa. I want to be a part of this rivalry and have the success that he's had in it. I see i'm three one. But he's foreign one being here five years And and you know that's impressive in itself to to grow washing that rival in and be a part of it in in dominated so credits him him But you know that was that was awesome fun experience and we all knew beforehand that that was going to be as last year so that was also another thing that he wanted. Go out with a bang And he definitely did jeff. You know what that reminded me of. Remember kelsey barlow. I've played with a guy named kelsey barlow. We're playing indiana. And he the reggie miller choke sign and research on the jordan hulls verdel jones or missing free throws in a close game assembly hall. And he's doing this on the sideline. And i have never seen the indiana people create like he apologize like an honestly. I think everybody was kind of like this is awesome. It was hilarious. That reminded me of. Let's look at rob's told me some stories which i never knew back when when i covered him when he was at purdue but rob brown did some things around west. Lafayette did he. He's not quite as proud of talk about of now going into bars having fun again wearing the buzz. Light year costume whatever it was. You seem kinda. Like i thought robb was back what he would never do anything wrong. What's what's life like for you at iowa. Obviously it's not the same right now without fans without the campus being the way it is but like. You're the biggest name right now in college basketball. What what is life like for you. I mean are. Are you a social guide. You go out a or you just about ball. I'm definitely social guy to have fun. And i think you know last year last year especially you know actually this year's completely different You know with not being able to do any of that stuff and wanted to stay safe and healthy. But you know. I think over my time here. I learned to be able to balance everything not big. When i was more folks such as playing and working hard and everything i think you know. Sometimes i would lead to more anxiety about planned the game and then not having as much and think when i started like oh have more fun in inexperience everything. That's when i became a better player. More confident player On an awesome floor. And i think you always have to have balancing your life no matter what you do can't be all at once space. You know. I think you know you have to have starring. I have to be serious in. You have to know when to work harder. Wind have fun But if you can prior joe's tiso sayings know when to do what no you can you can do. Both now definitely had a lot of fun had a lot of great experiences here at the university of end up. I think those are experienced Remember forever what's the best off the court moment. Gimme gimme the most fun. i'm not gonna say the wildest. But but i must say like what's what's the one moment that you always remember that maybe did not occur on the court. Well i. you're the safe answers. Definitely when seeing all my all my coaches by show to the hospital. That's number one off the floor moment for me That support for me during that time was on those nothing like But i think you know we've had some pretty great celebration After some great winds. And i think you'll last year You know. I think my saab me. And when we be michigan in our top five team that off the floor just you know that night you know our whole team just you know it was a lot of fun. We have worked hard to get in position to be able to beat a team like that. And and i think we just you know really enjoyed that win And and you know that was a lot of fun. So i think you know when you look back at some of the games that we won over my career and some big time owens But also i also say the stay went on the road last year. We'd never won there with coach mccaffrey. And we lost my year and to be able to go in there building. Be up twenty five That was that was a crazy experience. And then you know app. See you're going around iowa city after that game and people know obviously hadn't seen.

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"luka garza" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

07:41 min | 1 year ago

"luka garza" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

"The NBA folks or do you think it is more on your defense know I think you know when I was talking to teams over the summer, I think, you know a lot of teams recognize that can shoot the ball. They wanted to see me continue to shoot the ball a shoe more but I you know, obviously I think a lot goes back to you know, my ability to defend my ability to send ball screens and move my boss and and my lateral movement and everything like that which is you know over the summer, you know, I grinded on that a lot. You know, I worked as much as I could improve myself athletically and I definitely seen a different way and I'm going to continue to work hard in that end but, you know continue to take shots. I know, you know, I'm a great big question that I've known that you know my whole life and and and I'm going to have some number to continue to prove your as far as the dog And and I think you know I have that confidence in myself to shoot the ball. How much did did not winning National player of the year last year to Obi toppin drive you I mean you ever twenty-three and ten like a lot of guys and said I really can't do much more than that. How much did that fuel you in the offseason? You know I think wage you know for me it was something that you know, I knew the only reason I didn't win that war was was because you know, his team was better than mine or in the rankings, you know, their their team had a better year. They won their their league you need a great success and you you know, obviously, you know, he was great and tremendous and used a great player and he's going to be great in the NBA and it was just, you know his honor to be even you know in the discussion with the topic of picked up for that award, but for me, I knew that was separated me and him the most was that his team, you know had more success in mind. So I think you know for us for me it was it was motivation to to do whatever I could to leave this team, you know to to get to those has to be you know team that was ranked as high as his team was, you know, a lot of the last year and I think you know that that was the biggest thing and I knew I had to improve myself. As as well, obviously, you know, I'm always someone who's the highest critique of myself and I knew there were areas that I can prove. I wanted to improve my efficiency my ability shoe free throws and obviously my three-point jumper, but they, you know, a lot of it was I wanted to you know develop and Lead our team to to be you know, a team that can win a National Championship cuz I knew you know, you know, that was only thing that kind of separated us. So were you talking crap? I hope you were to my guide Georges niang on Twitter after that win against Iowa state. Was there any back and forth? If not, I'm going to get it going. I don't think so. I think you know, he's a guy I have a lot of respect for I think you know the other day he you know, he tweeted something about me in a positive note. I think he said, you know, I think someone was talking about the TBT tournament and they want to see me and have you know in the TT and obviously he's in the NBA and he said, you know with all due respect Lucas an NBA player and that was you know, that was a great, you know thing for him to stay in and gave me feel really good about myself and and just to get that nod from an NBA player and obviously, you know, you know, Iowa fans won't like we were saying this but he is a legend, you know at Iowa State and he was really great in college and you know before I was even recruited am I, you know, I definitely watched him play it I was staying in loved his game. So, you know, he he's a guy I have tremendous respect for and you know, obviously I know, you know, I'm a part of this rivalry and you know, I'm going to be dead. I would say, you know beat them down as many times. I could you know, winning going through and one and you know, that's the most like I say about that. So I think you know, he's a guy I definitely have tremendous respect for how long can you take us through the the shoe incident last year? Like I know you didn't do it. I know it was Jordan but like as a spectator to that that that feeling me it was it was it was funny, you know, he, you know doesn't things that you know, I can never do myself but they're you know, they're hospital and I think we all knew before the game. He was planning something and he hadn't told everybody thought it was so I knew something was going to happen and I think he didn't want to tell all of us cuz you just didn't want us to focus on anything but wanting the game and he was doing this, you know, he he had confidence and us that we're going to win this game. I think, you know, we all knew something was coming and you know kind of when I saw him doing I was going towards the locker room and I saw him out there signing in like, oh my God, you know, this is crazy and you know, I think wage You know for a guy to grow up in Iowa and want to be a part of this rivalry and have the success that he's had in it, you know, obviously I'm three and one but he's foreign one, you know being here five years and and you know, that's impressive and it's else to to grow up watching that rival and then be a part of it and and dominated so, you know all credit to him. But you know that was you know, that was awesome and fun experience and we all knew you know beforehand that that wage to be his last game of the year. So that was also another thing that he wanted to go out with a bang and and he definitely did. Yeah, if you know what that reminded me of remember Kelsey Barlow. Yeah. I played a guy named Kelsey borrower Point Indiana and he did the Reggie Miller choke sign and agree sit on Jordan hulls and verdell Jones were missing free throws in a close game Assembly Hall and he's doing this on the side life and I have never seen the Indiana people create like he had to apologize like and honestly, I think everybody's kind of like, this is awesome. But it was he was home. Sure, that's what that reminded me of that's crazy. Luke. Rob's told me some stories which I never knew back when when I covered him when he was at Purdue, but Rob did some things, you know around West Lafayette that he's not quite as proud of talk about him. Now going into bars having fun again. We're in the Buzz Lightyear costume. Whatever it was. You seem kind of like I thought Rob was back what he was a Purdue never do anything wrong. What's what's life like for you at Iowa? Obviously, it's not the same right now with our fans without the campus being the way it is, but like you're you're the biggest name right now in college basketball. What what is life like for you? I mean, are you a social guide you give them a lot or you just above all You know, I'm definitely a social guy. You know, I like to have fun and I think you know last year last year, especially, you know, obviously this year is completely different, you know with not being able to do any of that stuff. I just wanted to stay you'll safe and healthy, but you know, I think over my time here, you know, I learned to be able to balance everything not a big when I was more focused on just you know playing and working hard and everything. I think you know, sometimes I would lead to more anxiety about playing the game and then not having as much fun with it. I think when I started to let go and have more fun and experience everything that's when I became a better player to more confident player on and off for and I think you always have to have balance of your life no matter what you do. You can't, you know be all in one space, you know, I think you know, you have to have fun, you know have to be serious and you have to know when to work hard or you win a fun but if you can prioritize those ties those things and know when to do what you know, you can you can do both and I've definitely had a lot of fun had a lot of great experiences here at the University of Iowa, and yep. Think those are experiences. I'm going to remember what's the best off the court moment. Give me give me the most fun. I'm not going to say the wildest but but I must say like, what's the what's the one moment? You always remember that maybe did not occur on the court. You know, well, I you know, the safe answer is definitely you know, when seeing all my all my coaches everybody show up to the hospital. That's the number one off the floor moment for me at the University of Iowa. That's the port for me during that time was you know, there was nothing like it but I think you know, we've had you.

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"luka garza" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

07:47 min | 1 year ago

"luka garza" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

"Know, that's a that's the thing about him is when he does his players respond back and they respond in a good way Luke. I'm impressed that there was film such as long as it Purdue when I left and I was like man, I don't really like coach painter so impressed that you that you held back on Thursday at NFL football continues on this week, which has a few surprise teams at the top of the standings. You might not be at a game this year, but you can still be in on the action at BetOnline. Let's go through some college hoops, title odds, Gonzaga still the favourites + 450 Baylor plus 850 Luka Garza Our Guest today in Iowa + 1900, Illinois plus a thousand with Villanova kind of like that A Plus twelve hundred think you can get Nova pretty low there Kansas plus 1600 West Virginia also play 1600, Virginia + 1,800 along with Michigan State and Men Kentucky and Duke. Did you think you'd see the day both of them plus 2500 no matter how schedules change your plane to play bet online is going the extra mile to make sure you can get in every game this season with the fastest updated odds in the industry. They're always more options to wager than anywhere else online had it been online today to get Vantage all the great mid-season bonuses offers and contest that online your online Sportsbook experts. What's the craziest thing you you talk about playing on the road dog? Crazy to play in Bloomington. What's the craziest thing you've heard like in opposing student section say to you, you know, obviously when I go on the road is a lot about the eyebrows, you know, I hear that from the the time we start the time we finish, you know, I think we were playing at Michigan last year and I just come off that game against Texas Tech where I got my mouth split and I have stitches and the whole fan section, you know, they thought it was off for some reason. They thought I had a mole on my face. So the whole forty minutes are screaming they like stopped blinking your mole like stuff, you know, touching your mole and it's like the things like the stitches are coming off and so I'm trying to put it back in place the whole game cuz it was like, you know, I come and loose and you know that it was just that was crazy and I think most of my freshman year when people knew things about me, I think we were playing at Maryland and I know it was close to home but you know something when I had an ex-girlfriend and someone was like yo, I was with said her name last night and I turned around and like I have no idea who the person is. I like I'm like what is happening and wage? No, that was that's definitely out there. That was crazy. I'm impressed. You didn't run our test them and enter the stands. Yeah right across your life. I just started laughing. It was it was crazy. I was impressed thought they knew all that, you know, honestly, right just made up some good ones for my junior my junior year, we played Alabama and they were obviously they're a football school and we played in the night that Mark Ingram wins the Heisman Trophy and they announced it before the game. The place goes crazy and right before tipoff. We hadn't made our Facebook's private and think about Facebook was pretty new. I played for my oath like 11:00. We had this Halloween parties like a couple of months before the game. There's like I had a Buzz Lightyear like costume on the major like and they had these life-size like cut outs of us back during these two years past students. It was good. They're paying a lot of money for that right now. We're in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. So we've got the yeah few hundred bucks off. You see if I can get you in a Buzz Lightyear. I can fly your Halloween costume. Yeah, it'll be right behind me. It would be right. That's crazy with Lucan. What why can this year's team? When the whole thing? I mean you guys are ranked three right now, you know Gonzaga Baylor still people probably give them a little bit more credit based on what they did last year, but you guys have have have gotten a lot more credibility. I think out of the gates this year. Why can you guys win this whole thing? You know, I think when you look at our team, you know, so there's this is the most unselfish group. I've been a part of you know, the way we moved the ball in the offensive and it doesn't matter who's going, you know, we're going to him and I think every every person that seemed just wants to win, you know, there's no ulterior motives. No one's playing anything else besides, you know, winning every single day and I think when you have a team like that, you know, especially with the veterans that we do have, you know, I think that veteran leadership and returning all these guys helps a lot as well as you know, yep. Kind of defensive and you know, we've been a team that when I first got here we were, you know, pretty abysmal on the defensive end and we've improved since then every single year and I think that comes with experience and and and the coaches just continue to be honest about that. So I think you know, when you look at all those factors, you know, we have a group that you know, has that veteran leadership, but also it's unselfish and and moves the ball around and you know, there's no better offensive team in the country in my eyes, you know, obviously there's a lot of great ones and you know credits all the teams they can do that. But you know, I have a lot of confidence in my group, you know that, you know, when you have the game plan for us really have to make a decision, you know, if you're going to really trying to send out and not take me out of the game, you know, we got a lot of shooters that make you pay for that. So I think you know, it gives us an incredible advance to have the the office of players that we do. I want to ask you about the defense and you're right. You're so much improved your freshman year. It was not good. Yeah. Did you guys work on it or add France been like forget this? We're so bad. We're just going to work on offense and we're just going to outscore wage. No, no, honestly, you know the coaches were working on it every single day and it was I don't know, you know, all the film sessions were geared towards it. We were practicing it, you know, we were working on it and I you know, I think it just didn't click for us and it took us a while, you know, I think we had a lot of new pieces and people had to learn to play with each other on the defensive end and I think you know in some way I think some people are just you know, trying to get Buckets and trying to get wired to score and especially when we got down. I think that also affected it and we were a team early on that if we were missing shots it directly affected our defense wage and and led to you know less effort on that and I think you know after that year, you know, it definitely changed, you know, I think our whole team recognized what you know have faith in the cultures will continue to be honest, but they, you know, obviously stepped it up a notch cuz I knew you know, we that year we were still one of the best better offensive teams in the country, you know, if you look at the the rankings are adjusted authors. Right up there at the top, you know with in all of our offensive category as we were up at the top but our defense was at the low we were you know fortune in nineteen. We knew that it couldn't just be scorned that was going to give us to where we wanted to go off. And so after that summer, I think we all came together as a group us coaches players everybody and we decided to commit to that and in to improve and I think we did a great job of that, you know, obviously we went from home. We have the same players, you know, we obviously had a Joe Willy's Tampa, you know, other than that was the same team and we went from a Fourteen and nineteen team that you know was four and sixteen or something in the Big Ten like like that wage and and then we were, you know over time away from the sweet sixteen and almost upset Tennessee. I think you know, when you look at that change it took everybody, you know shift and their mentality and I think that's something that we're home team to do, you know, especially this year and we want to we know you know, that's what's what's going to take us where we want to go is that we know like we said, you know, we will score with the best of them, but you know the wage More we improve on that end is a higher we're going to go. So if you continue to shoot sixty-eight percent from 3, which I know you're looking at me like yeah you out of your mind. All right, let's continue to shoot in the 40s from 3 a.m. How much do you think that alters the perception of you from.

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"luka garza" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

08:18 min | 1 year ago

"luka garza" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

"Is so much different than high school. I think i definitely had a couple of experiences like that. I'd say one that comes to mind. The most is is across. You know he was. He was gigantic. And i think my you know put it. The whole scouting report was going to garden. And i was going to give them guidance and i think nor early in the first half i get hit with the elbow and i was bleeding profusely once. I've never had a nose run me out But now i think that's that's best buy love. I always love physical play You know i. It just was a lot of fun just battling around with with big eyes and it just inspired me to get the way room and started lifting and get bigger 'cause new in Separating me the same high summer heights some of those guys that they were just allowed stronger So it was fun to battle with those guys but also motivated meter to get an offseason getting a waiver. So you and i talk throughout the offseason a decent amount and we talked to when you made the decision to come back to iowa and since then there are a lot of ups and downs right. The season looked promising for a while. Then it looked. It was kind of deflating. Everybody was worried. Then we start the season good for some teams teams. Haven't played a game. Was there ever a moment. I guess maybe when the draft happened or something before that when you thought. Hey maybe. I screwed up here. Maybe i should have left and try this thing. Because i don't know how college basketball's going look this year. Now honestly no. I think just you know being able to be in a my teammates and be around coaches and judges his family of irony here at the university of iowa. I it was never a doubt in my mind i raid made the right decision. You know no matter what happened with the season You know fact that. I came back and wanted to finish my career in mp with my dad's Whether we started claire not So i think you know i. It's been amazing. You'll ever since. I made that decision so confident in what chose to. I knew the potential scope. I knew what would happen. Knows who continue to work hard and were continue to get better day improved towards those goals. Be one But it's been a lot of fun along the way and will continue to be fun. Look at your sophomore year. You have a nine pound tumor removed from your stomach. How how scary was that. And did you think that maybe like i'm going to be able to play anymore. I how how. How real was that situation for you. It was the craziest things i've ever experienced. You know. I think you go from someone who's always your healthy. I had one surgery before. And i was always a guy who was out there playing through injuries. I was you know doing whatever i could be on a koi with my when my teammates So i think you know. I had this bump my on my side and never really hurt me And i just you know people told me it was my bone structure or something else. And i never really understood what it was and then you know at what point where it was starting to hurt in that general area and i knew you know my dad and my mom and everybody was on me to get it checked out so i was thankful to be here at the university. I iowa the trainers and obviously the surgeon. We have. because you don't. When i found out i had to get surgery and you know it was crazy but you know i had confidence knowing i was here. Because you know going into surgery and missed you know so big on was connected to my spleen. I'm saying he separated without you know bursting my spain Because i would have made them to go and open me up and and remove my spleen which you live split but it would have been you know more dangerous surgery and more life threatening But you know. I knew i needed to do the surgery. Because if i hit on the court in that area and burst that also would be something that was life threatening So just crazy to think that. I had been playing with that. You know for as long as i was and and then i had to get surgery and that it was all real and seeing the pictures of just didn't really seem real Like i said. I was just really grateful to be here with with assertion we have. He did a terrific job and was able to give me back on the court. And i think you know having my my teammates. My coaches everybody. Everyone who's a part of the university. I will program at my hospital bed You know when. I was there for three or four days And that was a method to me. That's just kind of what you know. It's been like my whole for years here. I was just been a part of a family So i think you know it was. It was crazy but it changed me as a person to go through adversity and be able to get back on the court and it just changed my perspective a little things. Part of families is obviously coach. Mccaffrey i need your best friend story. I need your your most entertaining fran. Pg seventeen eighteen story maybe not the version. Maybe we could believe about any any profanities Give give gimme your best one. There's a lot to decipher. And i got to choose which which is and which is You know. I think there's a lot of them in no i think. Give me a second. I gotta think about it. I mean there's gotta be some good ones with his sons. Coaching both sons. Now like i can only imagine what happens. Do they call them coach or do they call them fraying. Or what are they call coach. I think you know he's been. He's very professional with the sense. You know. treat them like a single one of us. And i think in the beginning with connor was was a freshman. I think they had there. Was one argument practices. You know kind of what kind of went back on him and you know his dad's so like you people are used to that but everyone else's i you know what was going on. I coached me. Appoint there That wasn't going to continue. I think you know. I never really did. And i think you know kind of As you know it doesn't seem like better coaches kids. You know the best part of by because you can get a part of a team where it's you know. He's the coach he's gonna plays. Shoot the ball. Whatever the case may be but when you look at this team he coaches in like. We're all his sons you know. And that's what it feels so you know. I think it's definitely be awesome to be a part of that. And it just makes them more of a family of because he cares about us he cares about zone. Onto kids are are a to ask. Doug mcdermott this i said. What do you do in the locker room. If the other players are a ribbon on your dad like what are you doing. Are you joining in to be one of the guys. You gotta rip on your dad like the handle that part of it you know. Honestly you know there. There really isn't much ripping of coach. I think if anything you know Talking about different things could be better. And i think it's more just critiquing our own cells in our own players I don't think you know. I've never seen a situation where someone was driven coach. And and not jumping or anything like that. But i think you know as much as coach rips us you know. It's only when we talk about colds. Mccaffrey of his yelling is going at the rest and find the lack of. He's yelling a lot of. It's still at the rest. So i think yeah. That's that's that's the biggest thing you know. Because mccaffrey is that he he's gonna push he's gonna yell youtube's going to trust you to put put you back in the game But when he's yelling you know a lot of that is towards. I've seen i've seen eight attempt clipboards broken united. Seen all of that. And i think you know if i think about the funniest story you know because mccaffrey The craziest my freshman playing at indiana. And we're getting the halftime and we're we're playing or was first game. I never been on the road tenants. Insane you'll cling at indiana in that arena with all those fans it's crazy. He starts just losing his mind at halftime the lacrima. I've never seen opposite had coaches who are wired and keep stevens. Y'all i've seen crazy stuff. But i think this one was number one. He starts kicking in slamming the door. He takes a door slams at like five times. You know. I'm a freshman. I'm scared out of my mind and it was. Just you know one of the craziest things i've seen in any you know. He motivated us in that game. We know we were down. Like twenty half and cut it to like three or four. And i think.

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"luka garza" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

08:17 min | 1 year ago

"luka garza" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

"So much different than high school, you know, I think I definitely had a couple experiences like that. I say the one that comes to mind the most is Isaac Haas, you know, he was he was gigantic and I think you know that my thoughts put in, you know, the whole Scouting Report or was I was going to guard them and you know, I was going to give them all I got and and I think you know early in the first-half I get hit with the elbow and I was bleeding profusely and I wouldn't say I've never had a nose be that bad off you run me out, but I think you know, that's that's the type of basketball. I love I always loved physical play and you know, it just was you know, a lot of fun just battling around with bigger guys, and I just inspired me to get in the weight room and start lifting and get bigger. Just knew, you know, that's what we're separating. You know me, you know, it was the same high similar hi to some of those guys but they were just a lot stronger. So it was off to find a battle with those guys, but it also motivated me to to get in the offseason getting a weight room. So you and I talked throughout the offseason a decent amount and we talked when you made the decision to come back to Iowa. And since then there were a lot of ups and downs right off the season look promising for a while. Then it looked it was kind of deflating. Everybody was worried. Then we start this season good for some teams other teams haven't played a game was there ever a moment. I guess maybe when the draft happened or something before that when you thought hey, maybe I screwed up here. Maybe I should have left and and and tried this thing because I don't know how to college bath going to look this year. No, honestly know I think just, you know being able to be in a gentle my teammates and be around the coaches and do exist his family environment here at the University of Iowa. You know, it was never a doubt in my mind that I made the right decision, you know, no matter what happens with the season, you know, I think you know, the the fact that I came back and wanted to finish my career and be with my guys. I think that was enough, you know, whether we started a play or not. So I think you know, it's been amazing, you know, ever since I made that decision I was so confident and we'll what I chose to do. You know, I knew the potential of this group. I knew it would happen, you know, if we continue to work hard and we're back to you to get better every day and then prove towards those goals that we want but it's been a lot of fun along the way and will continue to be fun. Look at your sophomore year you have a 9 Pound tumor removed from your your stomach. How how scary was that? And did you think that maybe like I might not be able to play anymore. How real was that situation for you, you know is it was my crazy things I've ever experienced. You know, I think you go from someone who was always, you know healthy. I had one surgery before and you know, I was always a guy who's out there playing with injuries. I was you know doing whatever I could be on the court and with my with my teammates, so I think you know, I had this bump on my side and you know, I never really hurt me and I just, you know, people told me it was my bone structure or something else and and I never really understood what it was and then you know, you know, it got to a point where it was starting to hurt in that general area and I knew you know my dad and you know, my mom and everybody was on me to get checked out. So, you know, I was thankful to be here at the University, Iowa that trainers and and you know, obviously a surgeon we have because you know when I found out I had to get surgery and you know, it was crazy, but you know Confidence knowing house here because you know going into surgery if if they had missed, you know, it was so big and it was connected to my spleen. So they needed to separate it without you know, bursting my scheme splish cuz I would have made them have to go and open me up and remove my spleen which you know, obviously can't live without this point, but it would have been you know more dangerous surgery and more life-threatening, but I know I know I needed to do surgery because if I got hit on the cord and that area and it burst, you know that also would be something that was like threatening. So it was just crazy to think that I had been playing with that way for as long as I was and you know that I had to get surgery and and that it was all real and seeing the pictures of it just didn't really seem real and like I said, I was just really grateful to be here with with the surgeon. We had a terrific job and was able to you know, give me back on the court and I think you know having my my teammates my coaches everybody everyone who's a part of the University of Iowa program was at my hospital bed, you know when I'm No for three four days, and that was that meant the world to mean that's just kind of what you know, it's been like my whole four years in here at the University. I was just, you know, been a part of a family. So I think you know, it was it was crazy, but it changed me as a person that you know to go through that adversity and be able to get back on the court and it just changed my perspective a little bit on things. Part of the family is is obviously coach McCaffrey. I need your best friend story. I need your most entertaining friend PG kok Seventeen eighteen story. Maybe not the already version. Maybe we can bleep out any any profanities. Give me your best one. There's a lot to decipher and I gotta you know choose which you know, which is PG and which is you know, I don't know I think you know, there's a lot of them in though. I think I'm going to give me give me a second. I got to think about it. I mean, there's got to be some good ones with his sons coaching both sons now like I can only imagine what happens often do they come coach or do they call them Fran or what do they call them? Yeah, he can't coach, you know, I think you know, he's been you know, he's very professional with his sons. You know, he treats me like a every single one of us and I think in the beginning McConnor was was a freshman and I think they had there was one argument practice that you know, they kind of what kind of went back at them and you know, it's his dad so like, you know people are used to that but everyone else was like, you know, what's going on with you know, I've been coach made a point there that wasn't going to continue and I think you know, I never really did and I think you know Connor is you know, it doesn't seem like they're the coaches kids, you know, and you guys the best part about it cuz off Get a part of a team where it's like, you know, he's the coach resigns going to play. He's going to shoot the ball whatever the case may be. But when you look at this team, you know, he coaches him like we're all his sons, you know in and that's what it feels like. So I think you know, that's that's it's definitely be awesome to be a part of that and it just makes it more of a family apartment cuz you cared about us as much as he cares about his own onto kids or I want to ask Doug McDermott them. I said, what do you do like in the locker room if the other players are ripping on your dad like what are you doing? Are you joining in to be one of the guys you gotta rip on your dad like handle that part of it off, you know, honestly, you know, there there really isn't much ripping of Coach. I think if anything, you know, we're just talking about different things that you know could be better and I think that's more just protecting our own selves and our own players. I don't think you know, I've never seen a situation with someone from coach, you know, and and and you know a lot of jumping or anything like that, but I think you know as much as coach ripped off. So now it's when when we talk about colds McCaffrey ninety percent of his yelling is is going at the rest and in front of a locker room, you know, and he's yelling, you know, a lot of it's still at the rest. So I think you know, that's that's that's the biggest thing. You know, we're closed McCaffrey is that he he's going to push you he's going to yell you times please going to trust you to put you back in the game, but when he's young and you know, a lot of that, you know is towards the rest of em, I've seen I've seen them eight to ten clipboards broken, you know, I've seen all of that and I think you know, if I think about the funniest story, you know, because McCaffrey the craziest was my freshman year were playing at Indiana and we're getting the halftime and we're we're playing horrible first real game. I never been on the road with tenants insane you'll cling at Indiana in that, you know arena with all those fans, you know, it's crazy and he's just losing his mind at halftime of whack or I've never seen, you know, obviously I have coaches who are go to wired and you know, Keith Stevens, you know, I've seen crazy stuff, but I think this one was wage, Number one, he starts kicking and and slamming the door. He takes it door and just slams it like five times over and no I'm a freshman. I'm scared out of my mind and it was just you know, one of the craziest things I've seen and and not you know, he motivated Us in that game and we got it, you know, we were down like twenty and half and cut it to like three or four and I think you.

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"luka garza" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

06:44 min | 1 year ago

"luka garza" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

"Been trying to get back into shape. I'm talking to let Jeff slander you the way he slanders me. I'm going to ask the first question actually. We've all seen the videos of your dad like working out and I know when I was a kid like there was time for my dad would try to get me to go out and do stuff and I'd be like man like forget this dude. Like I'm trying to go play with my friends or or how is that relationship been for you? Might have you guys always got I mean the workout videos are awesome. He drives you like he he's he's he's quite the workout instructor for you. What's that relationship? Anyway, you know, it's been awesome. You know, I think it's just developed over time. You know, I think when I was when I was a kid, it was a little different just cuz he was, you know, teaching me and lecturing me about everything and you know, you have long Red Cross Roads home after you play Pat and whatever the case may be but he was always there, you know, he never missed a game. You know, he was always there supporting me and helping me and you know, so I was just so grateful that for that and once I get to high school and I think around my sophomore junior year when I started to improve and get a lot better, you know, I think the relationship shifted, you know, two more, you know, just a cosplayer kind of thing and he was just kind of a guy who dead Who just always pushed me and wanted the best for me. So I think you know it developed from you know, when we go to work out, you know, it's not father son. You know, he's like my trainer, you know, so it's different. So from that has always valued that very highly I think you know, no one pushes me harder than he does and and I think you know, no one envisioned it all this happening for me besides my dad, you know, I think he just he knew the work we were doing a new or whatever would come too. So it was just getting all kind of crazy see a continue to develop think you know, he's always going to be a person in my corner that's going to help me improve every step of the way through the rest of my career path. Did he play Luka or where does his knowledge of working you out come from? So he you know, he put it in university-idaho. He went to Junior College his first Santa Rosa Junior College and then, you know went to Idaho after that. He was never you know, really an athletic guy. He was six foot seven couldn't jump and run was a very good shooter skilled guy similar to my dog. And and and and I think he just learned so much overtime. You know, he's always he was a guy who was always in the gym. He kind of just he had to teach himself the game, you know for for a stretch there and so he met, you know, some of the coaches that helped him develop to where he is now where it was so I think over time he's just learned a lot and I he's been around a lot of great coaches who he's put me in front of as well. So I think I've learned along the way from all those people, you know, how he can how you can train and how you get better. If you want it, you know, you can put in and they just push, you know to a limit that you don't think you can go home. So how many times were there when you were younger Luke and when it ended in tears, yeah, I know, you know quite a bit and I think he he wanted it so bad for me that he dead push me to an extent, you know at some point it would be really frustrating especially as a young kid, and I think when I got older, you know, I started to see you know why he was doing all that and I think now I look back and I understand, you know everything home. talking about cuz even when I watch other guys who I see that they haven't worked on all those fundamentals that he just you know it took me until high school he wouldn't let me shoot outside of a fifty-foot in a game and how I was a shooter I worked on my shot more than anybody else but he wouldn't let me shoot threes cuz you one of my form to be so good when I went to the outside cuz you know he he always just believe that you know when you move out to the three-point line even in in Iraq or something that moves away from your shot you can can can make you miss and can change your form so he was so keen on on just keeping that and I think that really helped me develop into a better shooter I was just I I took my time going out to the three-point line I think you see a lot of kids just you know rush out there and start shooting threes when they're young and I think it ruins their form a little bit so you know I think that you know along along with a lot of other things a lot of different brake pedals and and footwork and you know I think you know he wasn't always the center when he was playing so I think he put me around to go out of people you know my grandfather played center at the University of Hawaii and he put me on around a lot of different authors Is growing up that help me with every different part of my game. So, you know, I think you know, we he couldn't teach me he got other people to help me with as well. And then he you know continue to learn as well. So, you know, I'm just grateful for him and my whole family who put me around, you know, a lot of good people to learn. It was a played a game. I want to know how many times did a young Luka Garza say forget this I'm stepping out to the three-point line and I'm getting one up right here to Georgia. I didn't want to get I was in eighth or seventh or eighth grade and I think was seventh grade and I was at a Maryland basketball camp and he actually didn't make the game. So I just went out there and started. I had four or five of them and I felt really good. But I told you about it, you know, obviously he loved that. I went out there had the confidence to shoot him and and you know, it definitely pays off but I think you know, I always, you know understood that he wanted what's best for me. So speaking of the the three-point shot. All right, so I'm now looking glancing at the ncaa's 3-point field goal percentage leaders in the country Luca you are thirteen of nineteen. I think that's like 60% They don't have you listed on here for some reason I think that they're trying to mess with your head or something if we put you if I go through it with you guys with a minimum of over eleven ten ten 3-pointers made you would lead the country in 3-point percentage right now Luca. They said you couldn't shoot em, all like that was a big thing, but you couldn't shoot the ball from 3. Now. You're like Steph Curry out there. Do you? I think it's just you know, there's a lot of work that goes into my shot and they're working on my my jumper, you know for my entire life and you know, I think you know this summer, you know, the amount of rims reps. I put up and just continue to work on the consistency of my form and watching film and doing whatever I could to just help improve it. It's getting to me it's where I'm at. I think also, you know helps me have, you know, teammates with football game right spots, you know, it's easy to to make shots when you get a great pass. So, you know, honestly a lot of the credit goes to my teammates we're finding me, you know in my spot and in the right spot so I can knock down some shots Logan is like to ask anyone that played in the big tennis like my freshman year. I got absolutely Chris and by DJ white, you know, I waited like a hundred ninety-five pounds and we had our biggest get in foul trouble down in Bloomington and I had to god dude and his Talking Mirror. I mean I was getting physically manhandle. He was a grown man. They can play earlier that year. Did you have an experience like that? Like as a freshman or you're like dude the big Tennis Club?.

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Bohannon scores 24, leads No. 3 Iowa past No. 16 UNC 93-80

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00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Bohannon scores 24, leads No. 3 Iowa past No. 16 UNC 93-80

"Jordan Bohannon scored twenty four points in third ranked Iowa won its ACC big ten challenge game down in North Carolina ninety three eighty everything I've lived forward for my entire life just being able to plan these daytime games and wanting to you know play against these top schools and do well and not try to do everything I can to help my team win CJ Fredrick had twenty one points and Joe we skip added nineteen for the foreign Hawkeyes Luka Garza grabbed fourteen rebounds and finished with sixteen points ending his streak of nineteen straight games with at least twenty points I will wait for the seventeen point lead and trailed sixty six sixty five before going on a sixteen to run garrison Brooks scored seventeen points to lead five players in double figures for the tar heels I'm Dave Ferrie

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Garza, McCaffery help No. 5 Iowa rout NC Central in opener

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00:42 sec | 2 years ago

Garza, McCaffery help No. 5 Iowa rout NC Central in opener

"Luka Garza had twenty six points and ten rebounds and fifth ranked Iowa's ninety seven sixty seven romp over North Carolina central the lone unanimous selection on the preseason AP all America team had a seventeenth consecutive game of twenty points or more the senior center had just four points for the first ten and a half minutes before the Hawkeyes took control with a twenty two to run near the end of the first half we kind of spent a month and we got to the class of English it's the things we did you know they were keen us you're kind of pushing the lead up to north's they canceled we aim down when they're down no they knew what they had you know two point lead because try to slow the game down we started pressing you know getting some steals an artist again back to the question construction are redshirt freshman forward Patrick McCaffrey had sixteen points I'm Dave Ferrie

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"luka garza" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

07:35 min | 2 years ago

"luka garza" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

"That Gains especially in high school gym. His his tears, you. Even more, so you hear everything. These is laughed, so it was funny for me to be. Constantly, story, there's a couple of other I can tell those. Answer there are a few that that we can't go into. We will tell those off the record at. Deaf. How good can this team be next year? I mean. I'm going through preseason rankings right now kind of revising them. Like number eleven swimming that you come back and Jordan comes back doesn't hurt the same in the transfer portal. Tabooed Assay. I? GotTa by the way I've. Come to the conclusion that I think there's like a point one percent chance. That he leaves I, think he comes back and you guys could have one heck of a team I mean it's good if you work. This year you kind of had your your sports right I mean you came out? pretty strong through like everybody in the big time went through a tough stretch at a certain point, but I can make a case I think right now for you guys been. Probably number four in the country preseason like make a legitimate I`ma. Have Baylor at Lawn Aga's probably going be too, and Villanova's probably going to be three with the announcement Jeremiah. Robinson earls coming back to school next year. But I think the four of you. You could probably put the for you and a hat is as you come back and endurance healthy. You agree with that at the next year I mean. You got everything of note for the for the most part back. Definitely and in the experience, we have come back with the biggest partner being able to play on the roads. Going to get even easier for team is now guys raw denver before it and a bunch of guys were used to claim Noah Line Mos- environment, so I think we see ourselves joins in this year. It has the best thing country. Poobah she'd that No, we're not really excited about it. it's it's GonNa be fun for me. you know regardless where I go my career, so it's it's it's. It's it's exciting. So? What what's going to be? You mentioned earlier that there's been? Changes in your game every single year. What's going to be that big change from this year to next year that you want to implement? I definitely want to I want WanNa make a marginal improvement in my lower quickness, and just move on the cords being faster. In general, but especially defensively to the brim, but also you know be going to take under in different stuff like that, but also I'm gonNA. Continue to know, should the bond I wanNA shoot a more out of distant and I'm GonNa continue to? Change. Everything I'm going to do is is going to be raisin in crews. More I want to be in a more efficient. Better for those. Suspect! Shot the ball really. Myself and this year I went through. kind of a slump all year. That really couldn't get out. And next year going to office short. But you for you that so important to our does. Are you gonNa go to the line a lot you know. A couple points a game if you raise that. Are. Best big man that you've got up against the guy that just gives you problems or that you just you want to see because they're that good. This year you know it was it was it was? It doesn't change before this year. Is it US when I had to guard my first year. But this year. It was just such a competitive days I think. Me and Daniel to great matters. A great great big was going to be really good in the NBA I. Wish this year I had another chases We had a really good battle any sentencing a card and or big tension it'd be place taxes I have a lot of respect for him his de-stress prowess. He was the deepest Clare Year I'm. Always national community going as You can. You can name an cave of Western really good. Eggs funded play against Now there's there's a ton of in every night. It seemed like we're putting somebody that was great. Big Got Cozy just when his size and being able to play as Is is better than me stronger in the me more athletic than me figure ways to score. And that's that's definitely fun for me and presents Joss. I took. What else are you doing these days in the? The the social distancing movies. TV shows what what do you watch him? Is this I'm playing a lot? I I'm getting pretty good. That's dangerous, but no. I'm playing for night when my teammates. Or by and also Much different shows I finished. A netflix binders outside of that. Yeah I was really really good in this season. Before to my mom knifings some documentary on Netflix. Series documented code, spy or something like that now washed ozark. Trying to get into bed. Early on is a lot of stuff going on I, know I quite quite likely and yet I still. Yeah we're trying to my daughter's sixteen. She's a sophomore in high school, so we're trying to do some like. Some of the older movies for her now, and what did we do? The movies your dad would know some of those like in the eighties and nineties. Some of that stuff, maybe one night and we finish. Rats in a heist now. Show called the heist with okay. I've seen I I've seen. The ads for must. Be On my list after this plenty of time plenty of times. Her nothing nothing like getting that instrument back if you can. One of them online, you know. Kill me I. Will complain about notice. It would be a problem. How? Is it. That loud like the trumpet or something. It's not allowed bird. No, we live in an apartment. Complex people be the. Out they want to hear screeching cats. Probably not you're probably. Probably take a while to give back to what you were. Back in the old high school days at sick Orissa. We'll listen I. Really appreciate you joining me here. Good to see your Your your healthy stay healthy and can't wait to see. The revised version you know. Listen to me again the best part of your game. Is How hard you play. You can't teach that. You know that I. IT sounds like you've always had that. You just need to get your body right in everything else kind of comes with that but man you've you play hard. That's a skill. That's a skill that not a lot of people have especially as big mat you know. Lot of bigs are forced to play the game. Right because you're big. People forced you to play the game, but it certainly looks like you love playing the game. Well thanks again and we'll talk soon. Short bet you..

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"luka garza" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

04:55 min | 2 years ago

"luka garza" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

"Visit the website or use your mobile device in join today to receive your new welcome bonus better line your online wagering solution, so you declared for the draft. One of One hundred ten players so far underclassmen that have declared the last couple of years has been about one hundred seventy five hundred eighty that have declared in about half of them, and up withdrawing from the from the drafts I figured you'd you definitely declare at this point because there's no reason not to, but the process is so different this year in a couple of different ways number one a testing the waters. We don't know if there's going to be combine. We don't know if they're going to be workouts or any of the interviews anything like that number to the agent part of it. There's only like twenty three Agent Center NCWA certified Luca and if you don't. Pick one of those. You really can't go back to school or else. You'll probably get a suspension like you only Johnston for Byu last year, so take me through your decision. I guess and what? The testing waters really even looks like right now for you. Know this very unique ear in terms away. Poss- is GonNa go, but nonetheless really important from you see where I was at. You know especially after year like I. Know you know. Is there things that I can improve on or as if my stunt at a point where they don't see me going back. As A. Necessity, so I just WanNa Kinda. See that that from teams and what they think, and whether that's on the phone Zoom interviews whether you know somehow gets done line to accom- on process. you know either way? Just need to hear this. Back and be able to make best possible because. I know know what happens if our turned out city, but now seen. As Did you get back the The stuff from the under the Advisory Committee? The the NBA's yet. I just sat in on paper. Yesterday was in ups. So I think it's a couple of weeks before it all.

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Dayton double: Flyers' Toppin, Grant claim AP top honors

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

Dayton double: Flyers' Toppin, Grant claim AP top honors

"Dean sophomore obi Toppin has been named the Associated Press is men's college basketball player of the year top scored twenty points per game to go with seven and a half rebounds per contest shooting over sixty three percent from the field he helped the Dayton to its highest ranking in school history the six foot nine top and was named a first team all American last week becoming the first state player to receive such an honor this year the fires when twenty nine into and were unbeaten in Atlantic ten play at Iowa forward Luka Garza finished second in the voting topics coach Anthony grant received the AP's coach of the year award as well I'm Josh Rowntree

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Top Flyer: Dayton's Obi Toppin leads AP All-American team

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

Top Flyer: Dayton's Obi Toppin leads AP All-American team

"After averaging twenty points and seven rebounds per game this season Dayton sophomore obi Toppin was selected a unanimous college basketball AP all Americans topping who helped the flyers to its highest ranking in program history this season is the first Asian player to receive first team honors I was Luka Garza Marquette's Markus Howard Oregon's Payton Pritchard in Seton hall's Myles Powell rounded out the first team all American list the second team consisted of divine Dawson and you do okay as a bouquet of Kansas Duke Vernon Carey San Diego state's Malachi Flynn and Michigan state's Cassius Winston I'm Josh Rowntree

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Ohio State big man Kaleb Wesson named second team All-Big Ten by the coaches and media

Glenn Beck

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

Ohio State big man Kaleb Wesson named second team All-Big Ten by the coaches and media

"Ten basketball honors announced last night and junior Caleb west in all conference second team he's the only Ohio state player honored reaction all box I last night from six ten WTVN basketball analyst Tony white I thought there's some risk that he might slip to the thirteenth because he's he's had good games have been very good games for Ohio state but he's not been consistent but you know I'm glad to see eight anytime a high stake guys and and second team I'm happy to see that the league's player of the year goes to Iowa's Luka Garza coach for the year Greg Gard of Wisconsin

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