UCLA BASKETBALL NOTEBOOK: Fast pace w...

UCLA BASKETBALL NOTEBOOK: Fast pace works for Honeycutt

There are 5 comments on the Daily Breeze story from Nov 8, 2010, titled UCLA BASKETBALL NOTEBOOK: Fast pace works for Honeycutt. In it, Daily Breeze reports that:

Tyler Honeycutt maintains UCLA's surprising switch to push-it, up-tempo basketball did not follow a dramatic proclamation by head coach Ben Howland.

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“We OWN L.A. Football”

Since: Nov 10

Westwood

#1 Nov 9, 2010
Expecting a much better season this year, The freshmen from last year Tyler Honeycutt, Malcolm Lee and Reves Nelson should be stronger and center Josh Smith could be a force in the lane.

Since: Jun 09

San Fernando Valley

#2 Nov 9, 2010
Smith will take a lot of pressure of Nelson having to fill that roll. As well as Nelson held his own last year, the center position is not natural for him.

Look out for Tyler Lamb coming off the bench. Crafty and a good defender. I see a potential future Aron Afflalo there!!!

GO BRUINS

“We OWN L.A. Football”

Since: Nov 10

Westwood

#4 Nov 10, 2010
Brew In wrote:
Smith will take a lot of pressure of Nelson having to fill that roll. As well as Nelson held his own last year, the center position is not natural for him.
Look out for Tyler Lamb coming off the bench. Crafty and a good defender. I see a potential future Aron Afflalo there!!!
GO BRUINS
Nelson was a studd last year, bigger and stronger this year. Can't wait till the season starts. Expect big things.

“We OWN L.A. Football”

Since: Nov 10

Westwood

#6 Nov 10, 2010
UCLA ROBB wrote:
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OH a bigger stud!!! I can't wait I to expect big things!(wink wink)
Huh???

Since: Jun 09

San Fernando Valley

#7 Nov 18, 2010
Bruin Nation wrote:
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Huh???
Disregard him. That is a USC loving troll and not our feisty "real" Bruin Rob (Bruin For Life, Love Ghost, etc).

Nelson has proven to be the team leader here. He sets the tone. Honeycutt is a great compliment but needs to cut down on the turnovers (trying too hard to squeeze in a pass). But we need Lee back to give us an outside shooting presence. Other than Honeycutt, I have not liked what i have seen for the guards shooting from the outside. Better year is definitely ahead though!

GO BRUINS

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