Howell Most Efficient Player In College BBall
harr2006 Dec 11, 10:18 a.m.
He's having a pretty good Sr year
Sauras69 Dec 10, 7:10 p.m.
All successful teams have 1-2 players that can talk in a huddle during the game, but they develop this in practice. A strong leader on the field or the court is like a coach. They are many times more a leader than some coaches. Respect and discipline are how leaders lead. Leaders have to be consistent. Leslie doesn't always have this.
harr2006 Dec 10, 6:47 p.m.
^ Definitely! Hes taken on the leader role too
Sauras69 Dec 10, 5:24 p.m.
He's playing much smarter in the last few games. When he plays well State wins games. His overall game has definitely improved since last season.
harr2006 Dec 10, 4:16 p.m.
Howell has only committed like 2 fouls in the last 2 games!! When he stays on the court good things happen for us!! PACKPRIDE!!
Sauras69 Dec 6, 9:25 p.m.
He has definitely improved. If he can stay in the game and not make elementary fouls, he will help this team in ways that he didn't deliver last year.
rgp677 Dec 6, 8:03 p.m.
Beard Gang Rocks!Sir Richard stepping up and leading...
WolfPackInTheHizzouse Dec 6, 7:37 p.m.
he's forced to cover a lot of guards in the paint because the perimeter D isn't what it should be (State hasn't stopped the dribble effectively since Herb ran off)... but to your point, the reaching in at 35 feet from the hoop are the ones he can't afford.
his heart is unquestionable and as hansflop showed us... it's hard to measure that.
hovis Dec 6, 6:51 p.m.
Well...there is one major and viable "bad thing" to say about Howell. He commits to many silly fouls. He does seem to have improved this over last year though somewhat. Foul shooting is not great. Everything else he does very well.
larrys080 .v1 Dec 6, 6:34 p.m.
Can't say anything bad about Howell! I like his game but most importantly what he does off the court for charity! Classy ball player!
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