July 14, 2010
Some people might love the way Wisconsin play, but I hate it. It's 28 seconds of dribble hand-offs while waiting for a 6'8 forward to get open for a three point shot, and if that doesn't happen, they give it to Trevon Hughes to see what he can do off the dribble. It's just dull to me, and it probably didn't benefit Hughes either. 6'1 scoring guards who shoot 40% and average less than 3 assists per game are not NBA material. But Hughes is athletic, can handle the ball, penetrate off the dribble, and is a decent outside shooter. If he doesn't go to France or Germany and put up about 14/3 next year, I'll be surprised.