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16 responses to “Calipari said PJ Washington “reverted” in Starkville”

  1. Papaw

    While he still has the lighter in hand, light a fire under Travis too and let him know he’s not to try dribbling again. Up 18 with the ball and he dribbles and gets the ball taken away which resulted in a 3 for State. That ignited the comeback

    1. catsarerunnin

      You’re exactly right. The game was in hand but instead of just passing the ball he dribbled and lost the ball. I never like to blame one player or look at one play but that sequence completely started the comeback.

    2. chris gettelfinger is not walking through that door

      I wonder if he dribbles because he can’t sky like other guys so he needs that step to get closer to the basket to get the layup or dunk.

    3. catsarerunnin

      On this play he was on the other end of the floor. Not sure why he chose to dribble after grabbing a rebound but it resulted in a 3 for Miss St which ignited the comeback.

  2. michaelb

    It’s partly because pj & reid don’t have much natural chemistry when they’re in the game together . They have been working on that but you can still smell it sometimes

  3. Luether

    My sources say that PJ most definitely did NOT revert other than at the FT line. At least 2 of the fouls called on him were highly questionable…

  4. Kizzy

    You can smell it huh? Frank is that you?

  5. No more excuses cal

    I didn’t think leaders reverted like I said in another post if pj. Gonna talk the talk then be prepared to walk the walk. And I don’t think he can be a consistent player every game to be considered a leader he sorta showed that in the second half of the game today

    1. catsarerunnin

      You’re a tool. What’s your excuse?

  6. IndianaSucks

    I’m my mind, he’s the only reason we were in the game at the end.

    1. wyatts1

      He was definitely the only reason we was in the game at the begining, for sure lol

    2. wyatts1

      But 3 rebounds at his size and he still fouled d out??? I mean at 6’9 or 6’10, you almost have to try NOT to rebound lol but I agree with coach Cal on has the capability to take over a game and proved that in a few games as a freshman. I also believe that he hasn’t showed that killer mentality yet this year.

    3. njCat

      He’s 6’8” with his shoes on. Dude never wins opening tip.

  7. DWBluetoo

    Cal was pissed that he fouled out. I think that’s what really set him off.
    Well that, and the lack of rebounding mostly.

  8. dismore

    Just Cal and coach talk motivation.

    1. bigblue2284

      No he reverted back like I knew he would. This is who PJ is, he isn’t ever going to be consistent. He had THREE rebounds! He isn’t athletic, fast and can’t shoot, why he is projected in the first round is beyond me.