Thursday, November 18, 2010

Georgetown's Chris Wright glides his team to victory with 12 assists in first game of the 2010 Charleston Classic


Senior Hoya point guard Chris Wright on the prowl

Senior Chris Wright showed great poise and leadership at his point guard spot to a perfection tonight with 12 pts. 12 assists, and 6 rebounds in a 81-60 win over the Coastal Carolina Chanticleers in the first round of the 2010 Charleston Classic.  The Hoyas shared the ball to a perfection.  The Chanticleers were outrebounded 33-17.  In the first half the Hoyas had 10 turnovers and did a good job taking care of the ball in the 2nd half.  The Hoyas were indeed playing the "Wright" way.  Ya'll have to excuse me, I'm sitting here watching the press conference on MASN TV while I'm doing my blog, lol.  Loving it!  Austin Freeman added 20 points, 14 in the second half.  Once again playing with a heavy heart Jason Clark hit five 3-pointers and scored 22 points and once again was the steady and consistent player he has been so far this season.   "Georgetown looks like a potential Final Four team they are really good, that's why they are--who they are" - Coastal Carolina coach Cliff Ellis

Coming off an illness, senior Julian Vaughn 11 pts., 7 rebounds, 1 assist, and 5 block shots, changed gears and had a stellar performance in the post with his baby skyhooks and post moves two two handed monster dunks.  You still hear folks talking about Greg Monroe absence and who will step up inside the post.  Well, I'm here to tell you it's changing and all that talk will come to "cease" before it's all over, and don't be surprise if that talk will stop faster than that!  The baby skyhook/skyhook is Julian's bread and butter and believe me he will spread it on the court, not "bread", but the basketball court.  How about that one, lol.  The Hoyas were indeed, "GOOD TO GO"!   WE ARE GEORGETOWN!

Hoyas' Soph. Hollis Thompson and Senior Julian defending the paint against Coastal Carolina in the Charleston Classic 11/18/10

Coach John Thompson giving his Hoyas instruction

Soph. Vee Sanford on the move in the 2010 Charleston Classic

Soph. Hollis Thompson going up for the bucket in Charleston Classic



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