Behind every successful woman... is a basket of dirty laundry.
We weren't as aggressive as we could have been off the dribble. We got more aggressive, started attacking the basket and opened it up and got some foul situations, and this is a good foul-shooting team.
We talked about the re- cord at halftime. We emphasized to our guys we should either go to the basket or look to shoot a 3. I think we were preoccupied with it. We only hit one 3 in the second half (on 20 attempts).
He was a huge part of this win. He took it upon himself to drive to the basket and score or go to the free-throw line and score.
Broad Ripple attacked the basket and gave us some difficulty with its transition. But in the second half, we did a better job of getting back and our trap helped turn things around.
Today we had a combination of playing really, really hard and the ball going in the basket, particularly from 3-point range. When you do those two things together, scores can blow up pretty quickly.
We just went ice cold. Sometimes you can't describe it. The basket just seems like it's the size of a pinhead.
Rocky has three posts that are good. They can take you off the dribble and get to the basket. We just want to play well and get in a rhythm and get our timing down.
He attacked the basket in the second half.
They do a great job at the basket. They're a team that doesn't give up points in the paint, and it's tough to get anything to the rim, and we didn't have a lot of guys making (outside) shots.
Her footwork is much better this year. She has a great sense around the basket. She's not selfish, either. She knows when to give the ball up or take it to the basket. She can do so many things. She's developing a real nice touch from the perimeter, too.
Their offense broke down Pawnee early in the game. They had a lot of open cutters going to the basket. Hopefully, we won't allow that, or else we'll get the same results Pawnee did.
You don't want to put all your eggs in one basket.
She's all go. Especially against a team like Sacramento, Betty is just really good at attacking the basket.
In the first half we had some reasonable looks at the basket. The shots just were not falling. We finally stepped up and knocked down some open looks in the second (half).
I'm glad I never had to play against him. He was a son of a gun around the basket. One time I think Tim fouled out three opposing centers when we played this team from Detroit, Michigan. They were like 6-7 and 6-8, and Tim posted them up and had like 38 or 39 points against them. Amazing.
Our trauma system has been pretty unhealthy for some time. Right now we have all our eggs in one basket at The Queen's Medical Center.
It's just one of those things that you hate to see happen. We had a basket count last year that shouldn't have and it cost us the West Division title. It's an unfortunate situation and I'm sure the official is disappointed right now too.
He did what he usually does. He affects shots around the basket ... He came out and played with a lot of energy.
Ashley is a power forward who finishes well around the basket. Ashley plays the game with determination and heart. She brings speed and quickness to the interior of our lineup.
It's like the basket is an ocean and everything you throw up is going in. You get into that kind of groove, and it's all good.
Allison played great. They didn't handle her. She got the ball in the basket for us. She's getting better defensively. Two games in a row now she has gotten better in that area.
We just couldn't put the ball in the basket. We didn't look sharp. We didn't look fresh. Once we got behind, we had to play a little out of our style to catch up. We couldn't do that.
If we put all of our eggs in one basket they will beat us another way. They can run the football, they can throw the football. They have play makers all across the field so we can't limit ourselves to stopping one person or one thing.
Troy can put the ball in the basket with the best of them. When he gets hot and gets going, you want to ride his hot streak.