I'm not sure which game you guys were watching but it wasn't the one I was.
Brad Hill missed about 4 easy layups and didn't do much else, apart from throw up some forced shots and turn the ball over a couple of times. Having said that I love his game and demeanor on court and truly believe if we are patient with him he can shine. He didn't look confident though.
Darren is solid, but on defense his player can get whatever they want against him. He did do a very good job running the point, but if he bulks up he can be a star in the NBL. He was lucky he got to guard the coach's favourite chump (also his son) so much because every time he had Campbell or Groves they took him where ever they wanted to.
Coops shoots everything he touches. I don't know who gave him the green light but it needs to go amber pretty quick.
Farley thiks he is the man out there when he hasn't done F%$k all in ages, didn't score at all in the last quarter (half?) (unless it was the last 2 minutes when I'd left), and got schooled in a big big way by Groves. If there was ever going to be a night for him to shine it was going to be last night without Maher. The League has caught on to guarding him, that is D him up tight and give help because he ain't gonna knock no 19 foot jump shots with a hand in his face consistently. His defense sucks, but so does the whole teams' really.
Nash I thought played well. I've been a big critic recently but last night he showed something. Sav still had 30 something though.
If we play like that against a better team we will get spanked. Mind you Maher would have helped, but it makes you wonder what's gonna happen when he's gone.
Nick Horvath is our one shining light. However I too am perplexed as to how he can have a seal with at least one foot in the lane and we swing the ball to shoot a jump shot. He is a credit too himself because he dominated early again, didn't get looked at the second half, but still played his heart out. That has GOT to frustrate you.
Wollongong at home should be a shoe in for a finals team. Maybe they will get better as the year goes on, and I hope they do. I'll be there cheering them on as I did last night, but it's frustrating as a spectator to see them play like that after all the years of great play. Cmon boys