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Game Plus/Minus | VT 66, wake 65

Here is the plus/minus VT stats from today (Green, Eddie, and JvZ led the Hokies with a +5 while Brown had a tough -4 on 2/11 shooting).

gt wake Season Wins Losses Avg +/-
Player +/- +/- +/- 11 6 Per Game
Wood DNP DNP 43 5.8 -1.5 4.3
Brown 1 -4 65 11.5 -12.2 4.1
Green 6 5 65 14.5 -15.7 3.8
Barksdale 8 -3 48 7.4 -6.6 3.0
Eddie 5 5 44 10.3 -11.5 2.6
Raines 7 3 15 6.8 -10.0 0.9
van Zegeren -2 5 0 4.0 -7.3 0.0
Patrick DNP DNP -5 -1.5 0.5 -0.8
Donlon DNP DNP -7 -4.0 0.5 -1.8
Johnston -1 -3 -29 0.1 -6.0 -1.9
Racer DNP DNP -18 -9.5 0.5 -3.0
Rankin 3 0 -47 1.3 -9.8 -3.1
Beyer -2 -1 -50 1.3 -15.0 -4.2
TEAM 5 1 24 11.5 -17.0 1.4

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6 Responses to “Game Plus/Minus | VT 66, wake 65”

  1. Chris_atl says:

    We are clinging to a + number in points (1.4).

    He may turn things around but I wonder if Brown has the worst field goal pct. for a starting VT guard in our history. 34% overall and a stellar 21% in conference play. Good grief. And two games in a row now he has hit a key shot late. Which is great but wouldn’t be needed if he would make some shots before the end of the game. He has really lost it.

    I thought Beyer did some great things today. He seems to be a decent passer as well.

    • Niemo says:

      Considering we still have a schollie left for next year, shouldn’t we give it to Beyer?

      • Chris_atl says:

        Good point. He could take the one vacated by DFS. What is that process? Does a coach go through the recruiting process first and then see if he has a scholarship left or would they decide on the walk-on first so they know how many spots they have to fill?

        • Niemo says:

          They could designate anyone at any time. And it could be year-to-year, I.e. we give him a schollie for next year but then fill out all the slots (13) for 2014-15, we wouldn’t have to renew it.

          • Chris_Atl says:

            If that’s the case then give to him next year for sure. Although if he plays OK I think it would be kind of scummy to pull it back. But, since he was a walk-on to begin with I guess that wouldn’t be viewed as harshly.

      • goodraisin says:

        I agree, you can’t tell that Beyer is a walk-on when he comes in the game… excellent rebounder and a good passer. I think he’s earned that last scholarship even if he won’t get to play much (if at all) next season. Then again if he’s giving more effort in practice than the scholarship players, JJ will play him.

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