21 Burst results for "Wendell Moore"

"wendell moore" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

02:30 min | Last month

"wendell moore" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"Is enamored with the idea of being a smaller player, which can get you into trouble sometimes. But that duke team had so many guys that wanted the basketball that were ball first offensive creators, whether it was AJ getting buried in the corner. I've been over this a million times. It kills Wendell Moore and roach, who's a 5 star kid as well, and then Powell is still kind of found a way to fit in with all of them. But then when I start talking about how you fit in with your teammates, Gonzaga gave Chet the fourth amount of place. There's three other guys that got really more plays run for them. All season long. And if I had to sum up chat with one sentence in the sky report, I'd say does everything right. He doesn't make mistakes. It's unbelievable how smart Chet is. And maybe that speaks to his age because Chet's actually a year older than jabari and I think he's got 6 months on power. So Chet's actually the oldest of these dudes. He turned 20 last month. But he did the right thing all the time because Mark few wasn't just going to let chat. Like if Chet played it just trying to take a good example. If Chet played it, well, no, Baylor runs a ton of shit. It kind of think of like USC OJ Mayo. Where I was like, whatever, man. You've actually picked us. We couldn't believe it. That's how the OJ Mayo has C story, which is really weird. Yeah. We would have seen way more of chat. So he was somewhat muted by his own system, but in him being muted, you also realize like this guy, knows exactly what to do and how to play off the ball was cool with the entire time. And when he did get the ball, like he did the right thing all the time. So if you're telling me you like better than the other guys and with the ceiling part of it, this job is star hunting, all right? It's star hunting. And if you think check gives you the best chance to take him as being a star of the three, then I'm not going to tell you that you're wrong. It's just that I think it's close enough and I still really like Powell and I think Powell, the best version of him is a guy that's initiating your offense and a playoff game. So I guess why I'm leaning to our chat. I don't feel like any of these guys can be the franchise best player on a title team. I think Paolo could be the best scorer in a title team, but I don't think I'll necessarily be the best player. Jabari is same thing. So if I'm basically taking somebody who can be the second best player in a title team or an important piece of a title team, I just like how chat fits in with every type of player and team, right? Like he would.

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"wendell moore" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast

Game Theory Podcast

03:10 min | 2 months ago

"wendell moore" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast

"It has to go hand in hand with the functionality of what you've seen on film before, how you've done your due diligence on prospects beforehand. Everything's a data point, right? Whether it's the measurements, the 5 on 5 testing, just the interaction that you have with the prospect when you walk past them in the hallway. Everything for these teams is some form of a data point. But I think we put way too much stock into either an official measurement and official vertical leap or how he played in a very loosely structured 5 on 5 scrimmage when the reality of the situation now is most of the guys who envision themselves as a first rounder and believe that in order to carry yourself like a first rounder, you sit out of the scrimmage, it just kind of waters down a little bit of the competition level and makes it harder to take anything away from it that translates to success in the NBA. Yeah, I think that's right. I mean, you mentioned the idea of functionality, right? Wendell Moore from duke and I don't mean to pick on Wendell. I think he's fairly interesting prospect that a top 40 ish kind of guy. Wendell Moore posted a 38 and a half inch max vertical leap. And when you watch Wendell Morse tape, everything is below the rim. Like there's not a point where he really explodes up through contact like that. He has to really significantly load up his lower half in order to be able to get that kind of elevation and he just doesn't actually have that time to be able to do that in an NBA game. So you bring up the idea of functionality, so many of these numbers to start very functional in many ways. And that's just like one that I point to that it just doesn't, it doesn't add it up on the tape. So how seriously do you want to take it at the end of the day?.

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"wendell moore" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg

Courtside with Seth Greenberg

03:06 min | 4 months ago

"wendell moore" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg

"Is a great word, fonts, by the way. That is one of your favorite words. Formidable. I have to find a way to use for metabolic at some point. Someone's going to say my golf swing is formidable. I would say it's forgettable. Like both of those are big pics. I mean, Gonzaga, I concerned back in sag even carrying over from a year ago is when people got up and underneath them. I took them out of flow. You know, they just didn't function the same way, not that they weren't good, not they were good through the course of the season. They didn't have a great non conference and Purdue who you put on the couch funds. Because they didn't guard and they are another team that when people push them out, to me, and maybe this sounds crazy, the team with the most pros. I do have the most pros. Duke's going to have four first round drive choices. Now, there's a fine line. They get to the final four. Obviously they struggle down the stretch. I thought their last game pressure had nothing to do with it. I mean, I think of Wendell Moore shots. I think of Trevor keel shots. What are you talk about a team that had a dominant post player had a dominant forward, Jeremy roach has moved to the point guard. I thought it was a great decision in terms of helping them get easier baskets, experience with Williams experience with roach experience with more, just in terms of talent, they didn't always play that way, even though they're an analytics were really good. Just in terms of counter, I mean, it was hard to say there was another team even close to as talented as duke. Would you guys agree with that? Yeah, but I think what it sounds like we're saying is we're picking the teams that should have been the best. Purdue, I thought was the best team in the first couple months of the season. And then I didn't think so in the last two months. And I would say a similar thing about duke, like early in the season, you kept thinking they were going to stay on that upward trajectory and they didn't and toward the end. In the tournament, the first two weekends, they were the best team. And it didn't play that way. It didn't play quite that way against North Carolina and give the heels credit for that. And I guess in the Gonzaga pick, it was more about, you know, how they played all year rather than because I think we could pick any of these teams to say to give in time they could beat the other. They could have been the best team all that. But it sounds like what we're saying with Purdue and duke is they should have been best. And it didn't turn out to be that kind of year where we had a team that could separate. And I don't really, I'm not sure I know the reason why, honestly. That's why at the beginning of the tournament, remember when we did a podcast on selection Sunday, we were all saying, God, when was the last time we said I don't know this much, you know? It's crazy. Yeah. How much of that you guys think is the fact that many, if not all of those teams had a glaring weakness and JU pointed this.

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"wendell moore" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast

Game Theory Podcast

04:41 min | 4 months ago

"wendell moore" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast

"I've seen him be called kind of a safe prospect because of kind of what you're saying, right? I don't see that with him. Let's say that, so he's not like a great ball handler, right? Like he can handle out in transition, but he's not a great he can't take anyone off the bounce, right? He is in half court. Yeah. Shifting defense and transition can do a move or two and go. Yeah. In the half quarter is a shooter. He is okay. Has a low release point on the shot. It's not just like catching up. It's like a prank, the legs are kind of funky, like the release is not always consistent. Yeah. So let's say he ends up being a 35% three point shooter, which is a thing that's what he's going to be. I'm saying it's possible outcome. 35% and three point shooter doesn't really take anyone off the bounce. And then again, I'm not convinced that guys in the NBA don't just like push him around. He won't like, he will try as hard as he can to not let that happen. But he's pretty skinny, like he's he plays smaller than being 6 foot 6 defensively. Is a rebounder he doesn't, but like, I don't know, man. I think that there's a little bit more risk with him than what meets the eye. And I wonder, we've been waiting to talk about the malachi effect with someone else in this national championship game. Yes. He's nice. I wonder if Christian is the sneaky one with this. Like malachi. Not the full effect, but a light effect. The national title game is pushing up Christians, draft stock, to a place where. It may be shouldn't quite be. But maybe I'm just low on them. Like maybe I need to go back and watch as much defensive tape of Christian Brown as I can to understand something that I've never quite gotten. Interesting theory and my rebuttal question to you is in between breaths here. If duke had won, would we be having the same kind of malachi effect conversation about Wendell Moore, who didn't even mention earlier I think at 13.5.

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"wendell moore" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast

Game Theory Podcast

04:49 min | 5 months ago

"wendell moore" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast

"I'm going to put on lights. It's over. Lighten it up. No more noir. Yeah. We have seen The Batman. We don't need to go full noir here. But what we do need to talk about something very important that happened today, not penny. Are you excited? That Tom Brady is back. I had so I had so much stuff going on because I'm watching the selection Sunday show and I'm prepping for this. It also all this is going on, Kevin Garnett's number is getting retired by the Celtics. So they lost. So the selection show happens. I got my brackets, I'm making my notes, my little pick, some betting things here and there. And Tom Brady tweets out his thing. So like four people send me the post and she's like, not now, dude. Queen just wait like a day or like four hours. I gotta do this KG and then people's hot takes on Villanova Delaware. It's just a lot to handle. He's just a guy who can't walk away. It's like the M and M song until I collapse. I think he literally has to collapse and be like, yeah, I'm done. He's just got the, he's got the vibe, man. So the vibe is dancing. You can't pull him out of there too fast. Well, the most important question here is, will Tom Brady's. 40 day retirement, it was something like 40 days. I feel like will this inspire coach Kay? To come back to run it back, he announced his retirement, maybe he's not ready to give it up. No. You saw the press conference. Where he was like a helicopter parent with Wendell Moore, while Wendell Moore was giving like a great answer. To a question, he was like, let me talk now. He doesn't seem ready, I don't know, man. He might be based off and we'll get into it, but based off the path that the NCAA tournament given gave him, he might be on his way out with a win here with a victory. But you don't want to leave on a poor note and for Brady he had a great drive and it fell short. When he was at the Patriots, he was like a pick 6 was the last pass or something like that to get knocked out. It was like, he's not leaving on that note. I don't think coach K wants to necessarily leave on the bad taste his mouth of losing at home to North Carolina with 96 former players there. So he crazier stuff. I'm not going to roll it out, man. Post 2020, anything's possible. Nothing's off the board in Vegas for what can go down anymore. We will talk about duke here momentarily, but obviously it's selection Sunday. We are excited to talk about the bracket. We're going to look at it from an NBA focus. We're going to look at it from a college basketball focus, kind of break down everything that you need to know, going into Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, everything that we're going to get here coming up here because this tournament starts in a couple of days..

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"wendell moore" Discussed on The NBA Show

The NBA Show

07:30 min | 6 months ago

"wendell moore" Discussed on The NBA Show

"46.6% from three. To me, I think of him as he's OG and an OB jaylen Brown miles bridges elite all star wing almost Gary not almost guaranteed but I think he is as blue chip as blue chip gets. I love his game. The creation thing, plus 6 wingspan, by the way, crazy, crazy physical traits. Duke has like four. Big beefy. They like the weight room team. They have an unusually beefy team for young players. I'm just saying, they have a lot of really strong 6.5 guys. But you brought something up that I think is really interesting. OG was a little more like quick explosive. It seemed like he kind of had his physicality together. His coordination. His sort of he has a similar gait to athleticism thing going on dynamic that reminds me of Jalen. Jalen when you would watch him when he was younger, he just kind of had this saunter like the way that he would move, he kind of seemed clumsy at times, but then he would do something where he would go to like the top of his athletic, we'll say athletic meter when it powered up. He would do something explosive. AJ is like that. He just kind of has this ambling way that he moves around the court, but he has to be a pain in the ass. If he's guarding you, I'm not sure about the catch and shoot stuff has been phenomenal. And there's an interesting dynamic between when guys are coming out of high school. There's like the high school eval crowd. Maybe people can observe this if you were getting on social, but the high school like eval crowd, and then there's the draft prospect crowd. The people who were thinking about them like long, long term, less what they are like right now. And AJ has been beloved by those people. By like the prospect people, he's very highly regarded. I think they had him, I think ESPN had him ranked pretty low in their top 25. I think he was might even in the 20s. It was very lovely. He was 29. Yeah, yeah. And so you think he's going to be a top 5 pick? I think so. So the number I'm also looking at a lot. There's a couple numbers to AJ on top of just the way he plays. So this is a guy who takes most of his shots from three and he still shoots 54% from the field. What that tells you is when he does shoot from two, he basically never misses, so he's shooting 63% from two as a freshman. And this is where like the OG comparison, OG shot 61% as a freshman and 70% as a sophomore. And here are that's important because those are numbers you'd expect for a big man who just like hatch's lobs. But OG and AJ Griffin, they're just such smart players. They know when to cut, they know when to take the shot when to hit the open man. And we've kind of been belaboring this point about Paolo, about how he has to learn to pass, learn to make the right read. I feel like AJ Griffin makes the right read all the time, you just don't always see it because he doesn't get a ton of opportunities at duke. And that's what makes it almost even more impressive the way he plays, because really AJ Griffin should be saying, I'm better than some of these guys who shoot more than me. So when I get the ball, I'm putting it up to get my numbers. But he doesn't play that way. AJ's always making the right pass. Whenever I watch duke, and Paolo will make a good shot and we'll make the simple pass when AJ gets the ball, he's making the next big pass, the pass over one guy, the past that leads to the pass. So AJ right now, he's averaging per 40 minutes, 2.2 assists on 0.8 turnovers. That's almost three to one. It's just a turnover ratio. That to me is really telling because that says he doesn't get a lot of chances to make plays in this offense, but when he does, he makes the right plays. So when I see a guy with that efficient, that high is just a turnover ratio, that good a shooter, that good on defense, like all my warning bells are like flashing. This guy is a star. This guy is going to be special. And that's just what I believe. Yeah, I think you're right. I could see him definitely being like the type of perimeter deterrent to the smaller lead scoring guard types like the Jamal murrays when he's healthy, the steps, Steph, I don't know if he'll ever I'm sure. But the Devin Booker is the guys who are in that high range. I could see him being a point of attack, terror, basically, and coming into the year. Keels was talked about a little more on the high school level, I feel like heels is a guy who over the course of the season, the pitch for him for people is really big. So that's a third freshman. Right. And Wendell Moore is another guy probably he could be a late. I wouldn't be surprised if he's mid to late first round and then Mark Williams is another guy like a 7 footer, but kiehl's is built like a really highly thought of built like a running back. If you watch a duke game, it's like the I'm not trying to pick on the ESPN, but Dan showman and J Bill is just like talk over and they're like, well, he's a running back out there. That's kind of a deal there. But I feel like Griffin over the course of the year has kind of slowly proved like the dependability of the basic things that he does is so consistent. Like he's going to hit open threes. He's not going to take bad shots. We talk about wastefulness. There's just not a lot of wastefulness. If you give me a player who is going to be a terror on ball, I could see him being like a point of attack. He'll probably be probably more like a wing stopper type. Do you think he's laterally fast enough to be to be like a point of attack type of player? He does get beat sometimes, but I'm not sure if that's just like not in great position or whatever. I think he has the athletic ability. He's also really, really young. I believe he won't even turn 19 till after the draft next year. And can I go back to what you're saying? So his dad, Adrian Griffin, longtime NBA player, an assistant for the raptors the last few years, older brother, Alan Griffin, played at Syracuse, pretty solid college player. So I'm like, son of a pro, younger brother of a high level player, elite athleticism. And then he can also hit step back threes. He has that in his bag too. Where he'll just like dribble dribble twice, step back and drain it through over him. This is a 6 6 sky who can like tomahawk dunk and hit step back threes and he's a really smart player. I'm a sitting really excited talking about him. To me, I look at AJ Griffin and I see him as the same caliber of player. As the top three, like to me, it's a top four. Maybe I woke up. I think that's going to happen. It goes on. People start to see in that. I think that's the philosophical fall on. Like we were talking about. It's like the question is that I think we have to ask ourselves is a primary player always more valuable than let's say like a high quality role player. And I'm not even sure AJ's not a primary player himself. Ultimately. We'll see. I'm not going to put a ceiling on him yet, but I can't do that. His arms are like longer than jaylen brown's like Jalen has kind of notoriously short arm short, short hands for his size and his frame. But I mean, I'm just thinking about like if we think about this physical body types like OG's pretty big, OGC. But I think that he will have to evolve into that primary space for me. It's not as implied at this point. But if he's going to be.

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Griffin hits 5 3s, No. 6 Duke beats Syracuse 79-59

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 7 months ago

Griffin hits 5 3s, No. 6 Duke beats Syracuse 79-59

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"wendell moore" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

04:50 min | 7 months ago

"wendell moore" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

"And it was four and two in the first two quadrants with a quadrant three loss until Miami murdered North Carolina on Tuesday night and jumped in the net enough to make that home loss to the hurricanes that duke suffered a quad two loss instead of a quad three laws. I think duke's good. If you told me to put together a list of teams, you know, 6, 7, 8 deep that can win the national championship. I would have duke on that list. But this deep into the season as we've talked about a million times, I'm mostly gonna rank you based on what you've actually done. I'm not trying to outsmart the results of games. Like, you played a bunch of games. Have you done? And they've done well, but not as well as 5 other teams in the country. Ten other teams in the country. Maybe not even 15 other teams in the country. Again, three and two and quadrant one one and one in quadrant two, so four and three in the first two quadrants. I'll tell you what was concerning to me and it has become a trim with this duke team is they don't rebound the ball at all. I mean, Florida state grabbed 19 offensive rebounds against duke. Miss 47 shots grab 19 offensive rebounds. That's an offensive rebounding rate of 40.4. That's outrageous. Now Kentucky leads the country in offensive rebounding rate at 40.2. So what Florida state get against duke is better than what Kentucky has done against its schedule and Kentucky leads the nation in offensive rebounding percentage. So Florida state was awesome against duke, but some of it was duke was terrible against Florida state, as has been the case for much of the season. Duke's defensive rebounding percentage is 29.8. I know he's never don't mean anything to some people, but for some context understand that ranks 237th in the country. It's a flaw. Perhaps a fatal flaw. Because what it led to last night is Florida state grabbing 12 more offensive rebounds than duke. And then additionally, Florida state turned it over ten fewer times than duke. And that led to a deal where Florida state took 18 more shots than duke. 73 to 55. And the seminoles also took 7 more free throws than duke. 25 to 18. So if you're wondering how Florida state one, despite shooting just 35.6% from the field, while duke shot 49.1% of the fail, that's it. The civil said way more scoring opportunities. Like in a 40 minute game, if you're going to take 18 more shots than your opponent, your opponent is going to have a hard time beating you. And that's what happened a Tuesday night in Tallahassee and that's something that duke's got to get cleaned up. They can still be really good despite these things. They have been. But with those things, I think it becomes difficult to be elite consistently and avoid courting like the one they endured last night. My closing thoughts on this are have to give it up to rate one Evans who hit just a phenomenal running off the glass layup to even get this to the bonus session and then actually Evans Bond up hitting the clinching foul shots to secure the wind for Florida state. But he's a really solid player. And I know F is two fans are quite familiar with how important he's been in spots across the season and last. But yeah, that shot to even get it over Mark Williams and to get this game to OT was such a tough shot in a really, really good one. And then duke loses because that goes in and we get it to a bonus session and then Wendell Moore just didn't have a great shot. Ben Carroll didn't even get it to Ben Carroll in the final possession. I don't know if that would have made a difference or not, but Ben Caro, you know, the more he's involved the better they are, they had been Carol feeding Williams, you know, from 16, 17, 20 feet out a couple times last night and I thought that was really successful there. So good on that for you. You're in the conversation. Plenty of work to do. I don't know for sure if this team's going to the tournament or not, but I do know you need to win that game against duke to really give yourself a chance and now they got a chance. Next up for Florida state, Thursday's game. They're stepping out of the ACC to get a game with north Florida. Next up for duke, Saturday's game with a Syracuse team that's now 9 and 9 on the season after Tuesday's win over Clemson. If anything has got a chance of solving the world's problems, its science and technology. And every breakthrough was the result of somebody doing the breaking through. I'm David pogue. This is unsung science. The.

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"wendell moore" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast

Game Theory Podcast

04:39 min | 8 months ago

"wendell moore" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast

"I do. I think it'd be silly not to. I would too. I think I'm much higher on him and there's a lot of people that still can't shake him not being consistent and all of a sudden he's scoring 20 a game and do everything we ask him to. Bosch is kind of like knocking on the lottery for me. I know it's like hottest take, but he's put the names on. I've got him at like 15. Right now. Wendell Moore, my back is against the wall here. C draft tour is gonna hate me for this one because they love them some window more. I think I probably go on ebates, but I have one more at right now. I think right in that 30 range, right? I have them 32. So there's the answer. You have a 31 and a half one O four 32. It's perfect for right now. I am a little bit more worried about Wendell more as a shooter. Does everything else well? I think that's the level prospect for me. Like right around where Wendell Moore is. Would you take kian Ella ceremony baits? About a date. I don't buy the Keanu shooting. I think it's kind of been like overblown. He's awesome defensively, but it's like, I take his in the NBA so it's kind of a dumb comparison. But I take herb Jones over and over again. Yeah, I agree with that. Look, I heard Jones's first round pick last year, but like yeah, I agree with I would take herb Jones over keon Ellis. I would take a money Bates over Q on Ellis. I think. And I've been like pretty high on Keane throughout the process. The thing is that if imani does hit for whatever reason, you don't want to be the guy that's so Kean Ellis over her money. Yeah, that's one. That would be dicey. Okay. Last question here. Let's see here..

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Moore, Banchero lead No. 2 Duke past App State, 92-67

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 8 months ago

Moore, Banchero lead No. 2 Duke past App State, 92-67

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"wendell moore" Discussed on Chad Ford's NBA Big Board

Chad Ford's NBA Big Board

06:52 min | 8 months ago

"wendell moore" Discussed on Chad Ford's NBA Big Board

"Right, Raphael, speed round. I'm here at the end. This international class struggling. Struggling. I really like him as a prospect. Let's wait and see, I think of this recording one game right now for the New Zealand breakers. It wasn't great. He had a preseason game that was pretty good. But you know let's see. He is a modern wing size and skill set to be a wing. There is a big question mark about what his production level will look like in Australia. Nikola Djokovic, not jokic, Djokovic struggling. Yeah. Especially out of his decision making out of ball screens. Like if you look at the shooting numbers, they're not bad. They're actually kind of encouraging. But he's struggling with his decision making. I looked it up. It was like 39% of his pick and roll ball handling attempts end up in a turnover. And one of the big things that people like about him is his versatility and being able to pass 6 ten and I think that's been the biggest issue so far. Seems like he's regressed a little bit. Is there a lock for you first round prospect from the international field? I mean, you've been out there, you've been scouting guys. Who are you most confident in right now? We've talked about the three guys that kind of had the preseason high all of which so far have struggled to live up to it. Who do you like? I actually like Ismail from Paris basket. I think that he's your modern day, you know, your modern day big. He's active. His motor runs. That's probably his greatest asset. And I was at the game I mentioned earlier in the podcast where he absolutely just dominated when by Yama because he's obviously he's more physically ready to contribute right away. But I think that he's someone that could be like a Clint capella in a sense. He's not as long as capella, but just that guy that shoots 70% from the floor, scores off of cuts and just kind of dump offs and being active around the basket. And then he does the little things like it may not show up on the box score, but the way he transitions from defense to offense, it's a sprint. One of the things that everybody liked about social was how hard he ran the floor and come and got Tay as someone that I think is a little underrated right now. But I think as the season goes on, I think he could end up rising up draft boards. And then I also like usman James teammate, Hugo Bethune. I had to get the yeah, yeah, you've talked about him before on the show. That's your guy. He had to get the pronunciation correct. I like him a lot, besant. Yeah. And he's his agent, which is, you know, another buna and Jack guy. But Boone thinks that he is a Tyler hero type player. Play a little bit of one, two, just a creative shot maker and you know the preseason game where Jang had like 18 and 9 best song I also had a pretty big game and I think he had like 24 points. And I really like him a lot also. But both of those guys I think are born in 2001. You know what the international players? It's all about what year they were born in, which helps their stock. So I think because they're like 2001 born, they may not seem to have the upside and some of the guys that are born in 2003. But I like both of those guys. Okay, last question. Now give me a U.S. guy that's a sleeper. Somebody that maybe doesn't have a lot of buzz may not be a lottery pick, but just somebody that you've been watching and that you really like that you want to advocate for right now. Wow, there's a couple guys. Well, one JD Davidson. I thought that he was obviously he was very happy. He's going to be a lottery paid. Yeah, he was very high coming to the season and then one I just admire the fact that he chose to go to Alabama and he could have went literally anywhere in the country, kind of how usage got. But I have a lot of respect for how he's handled coming off the bench and how well he's played in that role. But the guy who I would probably advocate for who is somewhat of a name that's been thrown around for the last couple of years, but I've just really been impressed with his plays. Wendell Moore. I mean, he's averaging like 18 6 and 6 or 18 6 and 5, something like that. Shooting like 56% from the floor. He is an athletic wing that I think can defend multiple positions and he's taking care of the ball. I mean, it's almost like a three to one turnover ratio. And 6 assists in college is a pretty significant number. So I think that he is someone that you know would probably be talking about more because he's only 20. He's like a young, you know, he's a young junior. He's a young junior and so I don't think that he's been given enough, I guess credit or given enough attention about his upside and that he still has a ways to go because he's only 20. He's only a few months older than some of the freshmen that were that were so high. And so I think Wendell Moore is someone that I'm probably a little bit higher on the most. I love that choice. I think I had him 26 on my on my big board and that even felt lowish to me because I'm still hanging on to some of the freshmen that we'd ranked higher early on and giving them more time. I could easily see him sliding into the teens. And maybe even late lottery, especially talking to some scouts who are wondering, could he be a primary ball handler at the next level that kind of uses multiple players to initiate offense and be the point guard, but I think there's a real argument that he might be able to be that sort of hybrid, either as a wing or as a lead guard and with his size and everything else. Yeah, he's been a guy that me just like screams. That's an NBA skill set. That's an NBA player right there. I don't care what happened is freshman and sophomore years. It do. He's doing it now at duke and doing it at a high level and consistently at a high level. So I'm with you on that one. I think that's a really good great call. Yep. Yeah. I've really been impressed with even like the little things in the Gonzaga game, I thought that he had the play that turned the game around when he got the steal off the music bad turnover by chat, but he got he looked like he was going back on defense and.

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Ohio State ices out No. 1 Duke in final minutes, wins 71-66

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 8 months ago

Ohio State ices out No. 1 Duke in final minutes, wins 71-66

"Ohio Ohio state state held held top top ranked ranked Duke Duke scoreless scoreless over over the the final final four four and and a a half half minutes minutes completing completing a a rally rally from from a a fifteen fifteen point point second second half half deficit deficit in in at at seventy seventy one one sixty sixty six six victory victory for for the the Buckeyes Buckeyes said said Keith Keith scored scored a a career career high high twenty twenty points points get get stops stops on on defense defense on on you you know know your your diligence diligence from from points points so so you you know know we we are are set set to to tighten tighten up up our our defense defense and and get get stops stops you you know know we we did did that that and and we we got got the the W. W. E. E. J. J. Lovell Lovell hit hit two two free free throws throws with with one one of of six six remaining remaining giving giving the the five five into into Buckeyes Buckeyes their their first first lead lead since since early early in in the the first first half half Lindell Lindell finished finished with with fourteen fourteen points points eleven eleven rebounds rebounds for for the the Buckeyes Buckeyes Wendell Wendell Moore Moore junior junior had had a a team team high high seventeen seventeen points points for for the the blue blue devils devils who who moved moved up up to to number number one one in in the the poll poll by by defeating defeating Gonzaga Gonzaga over over the the weekend weekend I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie

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"wendell moore" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast

Game Theory Podcast

03:23 min | 8 months ago

"wendell moore" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast

"It was defense to offense. One of the first places the game he blocks jet at the rim. Sprints up the middle of the court, like sprints past drew Timmy catches it and scores and then there's another one where he's just rotating, he's catching and he's finishing globs. I like his feet. His footwork on pick and rolls too. He's not going to travel. It's a bad pass. He has pretty good fluidity there. He had a lefty hook. He's really, really good at opening up his body and creating a really big target for his guards to hit while also taking up a lot of space and sealing off potential defenders on the catch. I liked everything I saw. I think you're right. Who's efficient? He scored. He rebounded he defended. He did everything you want for a starting center. Have you ever seen drew Timmy struggle as much with a player at the basket trying to score? I have not. In that description no, but kind of like I was just had flashbacks to the bailer game. All the ball screens. He just wasn't the same. And Timmy's still got his points, but you saw sort of the pro limitations where Mark Williams is an NBA center. This is the size we're going to face in the first couple of possessions. He was blocked. The kind of leaned into him like he was a non factor for a long time because he wasn't used to playing that type of player. We didn't see the mustache dance too much that night. He kept the mustache in his back for Mark Williams in palo, and I'll give Timmy credit for bouncing back a little bit, but he was heated out with that battle in the post. No, he didn't. The other guy we have talked about, I think is Wendell Moore here. I loved Wendell Moore coming out of high school. I loved him. I thought he was like, so skilled, so polished, like he was more of a driver in high school, obviously still is. His improved a little bit as a shooter. But I really, really loved everything. He was 6 foot 5, he has like a 6 11 wingspan. I was so impressed in the first two years of an unknown well. Like it seemed like there was a real athletic adjustment for him to college basketball in learning how to use his frame, learning how to create shots for himself. I love what I've seen from him so far. I think he is probably I don't know like all of keels, Paulo obviously, Mark Williams, they're all incredibly important to duke. I've seen some people make the case that he's their most important player. I don't think I would go that far. But he is incredibly valuable to them on the wing because he is like a steady presence out there that knows what he's doing. My concern on Wendell Moore is an NBA player is he's not a great shooter and is not like a super athlete on defense. And I worry about what the role looks like. But throughout the year, he's been excellent passer. He's made every right read, I think. He's a good rebounder. He gets to the rim, he's made shot so far, we'll see if that lasts. I've been very impressed with Wendell Moore..

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"wendell moore" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

02:39 min | 8 months ago

"wendell moore" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

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"wendell moore" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

05:04 min | 8 months ago

"wendell moore" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

"I'm just saying right now if you just stack up top two wins or best win or best two wins. How do you want to do it? Nobody can match do right now. That is correct. I will link duke ever so slightly. In resume, if you told me duke and perdue were playing on a neutral tomorrow, man, that'd be a tough one. Because I really liked perdue. Duke, by the way, has played more games when ranked number one than any team ever. This was not one of those cases, but if they get to number one, this number will go after they play 283 times as the number one ranked team in the country. So we'll see if that winds up happening. On Wendell Moore, this was the stat that duke athletics passed along. He's the only he's the nation's only power conference player averaging at least 17 points, 6 rebounds, 5 assists, shooting 50% from the field. Phenomenal stuff there. Duke also owned 23.2 23 to two and turnover points off turnovers Gonzaga couldn't get going whatsoever. I thought holmgren was just he was just okay. The fouls were a major issue. I don't think it was a horribly officiated game. It just didn't help that there was a lot of fouls and then you look up and go exactly. I think they have four guys with four files near the end of that game. And one of them was a foul against Williams when Timmy went up just I just love seeing that play. I didn't know, I didn't know Timmy had it in him to take on Mark Williams, really go to the rack and try and slam it down on him and Williams made a beautiful block barely anybody contact shouldn't have been a foul on Williams. Timmy wanted to have him for. And Gonzaga still has a few more opportunities, but in losing this game, loses a big opportunity against a potential number one seed candidate in duke, getting that kind of quad one high level quad one could wind up paying off. Because we'll wait and see what the rest of the conference brings with Gonzaga the WCC is up. Shouts to BYU still undefeated in San Francisco dawn. San Francisco say, no, they're the only team with 8 wins in the country, and they're in the WCC. So Todd golden doing a good job there in Gonzaga will have good opportunities. I think healthier opportunities and conference play down the road. So if you're going to have a fan and you're wondering is a Los like this, I'm going to damage you from a number one C perspective. Not yet. You still got big non conference profile games against Texas tech and Alabama. And there's another one in there. I don't have the schedule up in front of me. And then you'll have opportunities obviously in the conference to get quad one wins. But again, this was more about to me it was just about duke. It's like, okay, opening night was one thing, then they played a bunch of pushovers here was the second real contest, and they showed up, showed out played well in van Carroll, missed like 7 minutes of action because of cramps. So it could have not even been as close as he was fully ago and able to play and had continued that. It might not have even been as close as it was. But thankful that it was close and we got in my estimation, the best game to the first 18 days of the season. One last thing on duke. It should be noted AJ Griffin, like did you even notice him? I noticed I noticed that it wasn't noticing him. I actually mentioned in our slack chat that he wasn't getting any burn. And I thought that was kind of telling. He played 6 minutes. Now remember he had that preseason injury that kept him away from practice. And I've heard it from enough coaches to just trust that it's true. When those first year players missed significant time in the preseason or off season, it really gets them behind. It's why we've had a little run in recent years of high school players graduating early and joining in the semester. And you're like, oh, wow, it's a top 15 prospect. And what a coach will tell you whether it's John caliper or anybody else who's handled these types of players, and it appears Kentucky's gonna have another one with shady sharp enrolling early, but I think the plane right now is from not to play. And the reason is because when you miss that, it's hard to catch up, man. It's just when you miss time, you get left behind. As a first year player. And it seems obvious that that has happened to AJ Griffin at this point. He's just not ready to be a contributor. For this caliber of team right now. But the point I'm trying to make is that he's, you know, coming into this season is a projected lottery pick by most. And duke is number one in the country at least according to me right now. And they've got nothing from him. So what if he shows up? Like, what if he starts to actually be the player that he is as a prospect? Well, then they just got another incredible weapon. And so it'll be interesting to keep an eye on that going forward. Like when or if. I think it's more when rather than if, when will he start to be a real role player, like 25 minute a game guy on this team? 22 minute game guy on this team because if you can tap into that talent, well then you've just added another possible lottery pick to a team that is obviously great without him and that makes do in theory that much more dangerous. Here's a question for you. Is Iowa state legitimately good.

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No. 5 Duke holds off No. 1 Gonzaga for 84-81 victory

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 9 months ago

No. 5 Duke holds off No. 1 Gonzaga for 84-81 victory

"Follow Ben Carroll scored twenty one points to lead number five Duke over top ranking jacket eighty four eighty one the Bulldogs clawed back from a nine point second half deficit to take the lead but the blue devils closed on a thirteen nine run Wendell Moore junior scored twenty points and Mark Williams added seventeen with nine rebounds for the blue devils do took control of the seventeen six run after the zags scored the game's first four points Julian Strother leg inside with a career high twenty points and ten rebounds due to me added seventeen points and Chet Holmgren had sixteen points for the zags I'm Dave Ferrie

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"wendell moore" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"wendell moore" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"To the foul line. That'll be a foul against, Jeremy wrote. She picks up his first. Second team foul against the Blue Devils. And that's been a problem for for Coach K and the Blue Devils is fouling. They usually dominate that department because they have guys that can attack off the bounce and finish at the rib. They don't have that this year. You don't have that type of wing because Jalen Johnson has to play big. But also the young guards don't know how to defend without fouling lot of hand checking calls for the Blue Devils so far. 45 41, North Carolina on top 17 20 to go in the game, Tar Heels with the basketball Love gets the Brooks top of the circle Beyond New York roots waits for the traffic to clear get it down the Bay Kat left the lane spins around Williams, with right leads back to the left puts it up. Williams may have gotten a piece, It's out of bounds, looking to say off Williams Carolina will keep it with five to shoot. But there's Mark Williams again. Being disruptive. Being disrupted, did a good job of avoiding picking up the foul. He gapped, which means he jumped back and used this length to contest and not his body. Carolina will inbound baseline left his five to shoot. Love will trigger love. Looking looking. Gets it in the black. He'll take the jumper 16 ft. Away, left the lane and swishes it home. Just deplorable defense on the out of bounds underneath. Duke fell asleep. Didn't communicate didn't identify threats. And with no time on the shot clock you give up on easy Look, 47, 41 Carolina now a backdoor cut by roads along the baseline. He lays it in to make it 47 43 young guys for both teams falling asleep defensively, You can't allow yourself to get back cut to the basket that easily love dribbles Left turns to quarter on hurt, puts it up off the glass and scores for two Caleb Love would not be denied. He's got 12 of the ball game in North Carolina leads 49 43. It bounced past a roach. Now, Stewart with it out between the circles check by Wolf. Stuart pounding it out with left hand. Roach curls up. They bounce into him, but he had turned away from it, and Brooks grabs the steel handed off the love love with lob inside Baked cod is there for the two handed slam, Armando Baked Cod is into double figures with 10 and North Carolina leads 51 43. Were careless turnover for Duke, and it cost him again. Wendell Moore with the dribble over on the left wing for the Blue Devils wait for roads to come. Take it beyond the arc. William sets a screen. Roach doesn't want it. Dribbles left gets into the paint uncontested to the ram. Anyways, it in off the glass. I'm not sure if that was on Armando Baker, who went hi to hedge on the ball screen. Caleb Love allowed the ball to go baseline where he had no help. Just poor communication. 51 45, North Carolina. Here's Brooks about the foul line inside the bacon got Williams buried, lays it up in and the foul Big Kat got Williams underneath the rim took the bump and later Dan and bake Kat will be at the free throw line. When we come back 15 41 to go in the ballgame. North Carolina has rebuilt the lead to eight. Cartwheels. 53 Blue Devils 45. This is Westwood one's coverage of N C. A. A basketball Since 2015 18 T has invested.

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"wendell moore" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"wendell moore" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"The three for the right wing in and out and Williams has the Duke rebound inside. It's more of the right sideline Baker. He'll launch another three. This one short off the rim rebound run down the baseline by Davis for North Carolina. Good pace so far, but it's a pace that will favor North Carolina. They want to get up and down the floor, and so far, that's the way this game is being played Davis with it out of the top of the key, watched by gold wire. It was on the right wing now backs that dribble up Get it too short, sharp working against Williams. Bubbles of the foul line stops right there. Pitch it out to Caleb. Love Driving right gets around. Williams leads it. Williams blocks the shot out of bounds Look like love had a little bit of an angle. But Williams with those long arms swats it away. It'll stay with Carolina with eight to shoot. Arguelles bring Walker Kessler into the ballgame, Least. 71 freshman will take the place of Brooks. Mark Williams changes the identity of this team because it allows Matthew hurt to play a little bit more off the ball around the perimeter. Even on Defense Carolina with it. Yours, Kessler and the paint turn to the baseline, fadeaway jumpers side of the room Short and Wendell Moore has the rebound for Duke. We're on the run down the right side of the floor stops beyond the arc, watched by Davis run the dribble back out between the circles. Get down with left hand now. Work double high screen set up, works off the hurt screen to the left, turns back toward mid court. Get it out to hurt. He'll launch the three top of the key that went off the left side of the room. No good, long rebound batted out. Baker's got it for Duke. Maker with a pump fake it sit down, the more just off the right block turns shoots and scores to first bucket of the game for wind. Elmore That's 1912. Carolina. It won't be a lot of opportunities terms of second chance opportunities for Duke. So great to capitalize when you get one Kessler with it out front. Takes a dribble handed off for love works is one of the foul line. Try to get it back to Kessler rolling to the basket nearly thrown away. Kessler, seeds and inbounds, where it's picked up by more for Duke will hand it back to Williams and back to more. Well, 13.

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"wendell moore" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"wendell moore" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Young man, he was definitely in his own. He's our Player of the week sponsored by auto zone free battery testing for your battery charging and replacement batteries that fit your needs. That's what makes AutoZone America's number one battery destination Get in the zone. AutoZone. Seven. Nothing Louisville run has vaulted the Cardinals back in front 46 42 15 46 remaining in the contest. We talked about the offense here in the second half. These two teams eight of nine combined so far coming out of the locker room. Louisville Now with 55% for the game, Duke, is it 52%. And that's one thing you know, When you look at these two teams will you don't expect to see the opponent's field goal percentage that you see for Mike's success Key and Chris Mac guys, the pride themselves on toughness, the ability to defend its got to be driving him crazy. It really does. But what you've seen from both teams on the offensive end of the floor At times when they've made their runs. You seems a good ball book. You've seen penetration. You've seen Chris passing that guy's been able to knock down some tough contested shots. So you know the one thing you gotta keep him. Encouraging your guys to do is just keep up the intensity. Keep pressing, you know, keep moving. If you continue to play hard on the defensive end, you'll get the rewards. But You know, way talk about both teams shooting 33% from behind the arc on the season right now. You get 40% going. Six of 15 and Louisville going 43% 6 of 14. That's not something you expected to see in this game today. Not at all. Duke will inbound on the far side of the foul was on Carly Jones going into the time out his 1st 13 foul against Louisville. Wendell Moore will inbound for the Blue Devils will bounce it into gold wire headed right back to.

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"wendell moore" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"wendell moore" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"And improving his angle to order catch that pass from the baseline. Luzinski picks up his third foul Do Colin Down baseline, right? Jalen Johnson to trigger slaps. The basketball gets it down the more toward the right baseline. I'll throw it back out front to road cycle of the steward left wing pumping. The three dribbles inside the Ark jumper from 15 is good for to be J. Stewart has five in the ball game, and we're not enough. It's 37 apiece a little bit of a ball fake. It's Gray Davis off his feet. One dribble goes around the defender. Able to knock down the 12 footers Davis with it on the left side, it will toward the top of the key bouncing to Jones in the paint. The winners get around Jalen Johnson lost the ball going up and Going to say it went over top of the backboard. That's gonna be a turnover and give it to do whether it's trying to argue that he got fouled. Officials disagreed. Charles Midland checks in for Louisville Great Davis will have a seat and that's why it's a big You don't want to put the ball on the deck. Big man puts the ball on the deck. So DJ Stewart at 62 comes in gets a hand on it, which then causes him to lose it and they lose possession roads. Get it to Johnson about the right elbow turns faces up Johnson Leavitt for her troubles with right wing. He'll shoot the three from there. He's got it and Matthew hurt as 20 in the game, Duke back on top by 3 40 to 37. Matthew Hurt is really feeling that he has been a big part of the Duke offense. Today. He is eight of 10 from the floor. Here's David Johnson bounce in the middle of towards the left corner troubles inside the art up top to use Luzinski takes the past in Midland dribbles to the right side funds. Jones of the right quarter. Jones dribbling left into the paint, floats it up and drops into Charlie Jones, but just his second field goal of the game. 42 39 Blue Devils lead 17 39 remaining There's more on the right side Ruling against Lisinski down the baseline turns fades, fires from 10 ft and scores to Wendell Moore with five points due back on top 40 to 39. Luzinski is having a tough time on the defensive end right now. Inland up top Jones get into Johnson over to see Luzinski left side beyond the arc. They give him some room. Lisinski leaving for David Johnson Jab Step shoots the three over top of Hurt and Stripes. The jumper that'll tie the game and 42 is David Johnson. It's the left quarter three at a time out taken was 17 13 remaining.

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"wendell moore" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"wendell moore" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

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