Men’s Basketball: Huskies take fourth in CAA rankings after beating Hofstra

Men’s Basketball: Huskies take fourth in CAA rankings after beating Hofstra Writing just one story about the Northeastern men’s basketball team’s 89-73 win over the visiting Hofstra Pride on Saturday seems somewhat misleading, if not a little bit unfair. The game featured so many angles, a multitude of stories can be written.

فوركس لبنان The win not only brought Northeastern’s record to 10-7 overall and 6-3 in the Colonial Athletic Association, it was the university’s win 1,000th in men’s basketball – quite a historic feat.

طريقة فتح حساب في الفوركس There was Shawn James, who finished just one rebound shy of his third career triple double, with 12 points, nine rebounds and 10 blocked shots. Saturday’s performance was the third time this season he finished either one block or one rebound shy of a triple-double.

مدير حساب الخيارات الثنائية “It hurts. You start thinking about that one rebound you missed. It just hurts,” James said. “It makes you want to go out and work harder just to make sure you do what you have to do.”

الخيارات الثنائية منتدى أستراليا Don’t forget, he is the only Husky to have ever recorded a triple-double, and in just 42 games he already has two.

see url Senior Jose Juan Barea, who after Thursday’s loss at George Mason became just the third player in NU history to score 2,000 career points and the only player to score that many points while handing out 600 assists, played against his high school teammate Carlos Rivera. For the occasion, Barea notched his sixth double-double of the season with 29 points and 10 assists. After struggling in the first half – shooting 5-of-13 from the floor – Barea helped lead the team back from an eight point half time deficit hitting 6-of-8 second half shots while grabbing six rebounds and committing just one turnover in the final 20 minutes.

رموز الاسهم السعوديه “I just calmed down and just went a little bit slower,” Barea said. “I went out and passed the ball first in the second half and then let the game come to me and it worked.”

here But if the game were to be titled, it would probably be called something to the tune of “The Resurrection of Aaron Davis.” Not to imply he was ever dead, but the fifth year senior, who had been struggling from the field throughout the first half of the season, put together another scorching performance with 21 points on 8-of-11 shooting – including a 5-for-7 three-point clip. “I’ve never seen Aaron Davis like I did today,” Barea said. “He just shot it and knew it was going in.” اسعارالذهب اليوم Since Northeastern’s 85-79 loss to Old Dominion on Jan. 7, Davis has been hitting 68 percent of his field goal attempts and 78 percent from behind the arc. During that span the Huskies are 3-1 and Davis is averaging 16.5 points per game, while being counted on every night to defend against opposing teams’ best perimeter players.

الاسهم السعوديه منتديات تداول “After playing the whole season and having everyone tell me to shoot the ball when I’m open, I guess now I’m shooting the ball when I’m open,” Davis said. “It’s paying off.”

source url On Saturday, Davis scored 13 points in the first seven minutes of the second frame as the Huskies started the half on a 27-9 run, giving them a 10-point lead that would prove to be too substantial for the Pride to overcome.

الخيار ثنائي ثغرة “I thought our second half team defense was as good as it’s been all year,” Everhart said. “We had a real good run there.” Bobby Kelly chipped in with 12 points including two three-pointers while junior forward Bennet Davis led the team with 10 rebounds. “We played like we were pissed off,” Everhart said. “After the game down in George Mason my guys just had that stare about them. It was interesting to me to see how we would respond, because this league is just so tough.”

follow link On Thursday, the Huskies fell, 74-63, to George Mason in Fairfax, Va. افضل شركة تداول فوركس Barea led the team with 15 points, surpassing the 2,000 point plateau, and had eight assists, the first of which gave him 600 for his career.

NU turned the ball over 17 times, partially due to Tony Skinn’s CAA record nine steals. The Huskies outrebounded the Patriots, 40-33, but were demolished in the paint, getting outscored by a 50-20 margin down low.

Bennet Davis again led NU with 10 rebounds.

The Huskies will hit the road looking for their second and third CAA road wins as they face off against Georgia State (4-12, 2-7) on Thursday and UNC Wilmington (14-6, 7-2 CAA) on Saturday.

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