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Game Day Links: George Mason vs Charlotte (Charleston Classic)

George Mason Basketball: Game Day Links: George Mason vs Charlotte (Charleston Classic)

Thursday, November 18, 2010

Game Day Links: George Mason vs Charlotte (Charleston Classic)

GoMason Blog has a video recap of the team's Wednesday night banquet in Charleston, complete with a motivational/motorcycle safety speech from Jay Williams:

TV/Game Time: 8:30 pm on MASN

Spread: Mason by 4

Free Video Stream: (might update later)

Audio Broadcast: Listen from your computer and from your smartphone

Game Notes

Statistical Breakdown

Previewing the Charleston Classic

Washington Post: Georgetown, George Mason head south for Charleston Classic

SB Nation DC's local hoops preview for tonight

CSNWashington: Hoyas, Mason set for Charleston Classic

Perspective on tonight's game from per TMB

Luke Hancock and Charlotte Niners forward Chris Braswell were teammates at Hargrave Military Academy Live Blog for tonight

Listen to Coach Larranaga on with the Junkies from 106.7 The Fan earlier this week

Commenter Alan on TMB found these video highlights from last Saturday's game against Harvard via Connect2Mason (interesting choice on voice for narration):

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Blogger Ryan said...

clearly not the quality of the highlights we got last season. but that narrator is very attractive haha

10:07 AM  
Anonymous Brian said...

The Niners attempted 34 3-pointers against Gardner-Webb and 22 in their last game. If Mason can hold down Spears and Braswell, expect Charlotte to be erratic from behind the arc, unless Derrio Green starts making shots consistently.

2:34 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am over Luke Hancock. Call me a hater. There is so much love for him that my hate doesn't make a difference!

10:49 PM  
Anonymous Ross said...

I'll take Hancocks 18 points any night. I'll also wager that this won't be his highest scoring game this season.

11:12 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

So much for "point guard by committee". Cam is once again the primary ballhandler ("the ghost of season past). As long as Hancock keeps his head down and dribbles and Cornelius doesn't penetrate and dish, Cam will continue to put up less than all-conference numbers. Sucks for him! I hope Vaughns and Allen get on the fasttrack to point-guardship. This will allow Cam to play his most effective position-wing. Otherwise, it could be a LONG season and a repeat of last season. I thought Tate and Cornelius should have received more playing time. Nice assist/turnover ratio for the team.

Ross, I'm sure it won't be Luke's highest scoring game as long as Larranaga runs plays for him. Good for Luke, Not-So-Good for the rest of the team. I wager, if this continues, there will be another meltdown!

6:45 AM  

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