He's a great all around basketball player, not just an unbelievable pure
shooter. He leads his team in assists. Plays great on ball defense and has
great vision for his teammates. He hit over 50 percent of his threes in the
game; which for anyone is outstanding. His one weakness may be being able to
get to the rim against quicker guards. Regardless, he's one heck of a
I hope is isn't a one year of college and then off to the NBA guy.
Haws was 13-17 against Viewmont in going for 40 and 11-20 last night for 37
against AF. I don't know total numbers, but I would guess he's
shooting 53-55% on the year.In Viewmont game he was 9 assts to ZERO
turnovers. Last night he was 5 assists to 2 turnovers. I'm guessing
he's 2.5:1 assists to turnovers - and he does play PG most of the time for
DN - "within five points, 61-54"my math may need work, but
I´m not sure that point differential is 5 points.What is
TJ´s shooting percentage overall and for 3 pointers so far this year?curious about his assist to TO ratio too even though I believe he plays
SG and not PG.
Can Haws play D?