Oct. 23, 2017
"Could this be the best iteration of the Shockers yet? Better than the one that reached the Final Four? Better than the one that went undefeated until the NCAA tournament? Better than last season? In a word, yes. The Shockers were tremendous last season, winning 31 games in repeatedly commanding ways. They finished with the sixth-best offensive rating and second-best defensive rating in the country while making 40 percent of their three-pointers (eighth-best in the country) and grabbing 1,472 rebounds (fifth-most in the country). There was very little they did poorly, outside of their middling turnover mark (11.2 per game), which happens when your three highest scorers are either sophomores or freshmen."
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