1. Tony Greene. 2. John Cahill. 3. John Higgins.
Missed walks, 5; Palms, 4.
Congratulations on being selected to work the seasons final game.
I saw so many games this year, but this one didn't turn out like you or I would have liked. There were several breakdowns in floor coverage, with a lot of leaning in instead of moving your feet, also off ball, and concentration in your primary. I'm sure there was communication with players, but I don't remember
1. Tony Greene. 2. Doug Shows. 3. Scott Thornley.
(SEC-Big East) (SEC-Big East) (Missouri Valley-Mountain West)
Missed walks, 5. Palms, 4.
This was a good game to use the example that the game has been allowed to get very physical and it's not necessary. So much physical play was allowed, and the competitiveness dictated, it would have been a great game without it.
Crew worked well together, floor coverage, switching, off ball, mechanics
1. Randy McCall. 2 Les Jones. 3 Brian O'Connell.
(Mountain West-Pac12) )(ACC-Big East) (Big East-MAAC)
Missed Walks, 6; Palms, 3
I thought this game was handled very well, with the vast difference in how the two teams played. Floor coverage was good, except when Mr Jones went out on the court to far at trail position during play. Mechanics, switching and preventitive officiating was acceptable, while off ball coverage was below average. Press coverage in
1. Gary Prager.(A-10 & Big E) 2. Matt Potter. (Big South & SWAC 3. Tony Chiazzi (Could not find)
Missed walks, 5. Palms, 3.
I was pleased with the overall effort of this crew. You had about every issue to handle and for the most part, you handled things very well. Floor coverage, switching, off ball, and mechanics were all solid. I felt you could have been a litle more aggressive, as you all stood still alot. Positioning was a problem in some situations,
1. Pat Evans. 2. Ron Groover. 3. Antinio Petty.
Missed Walks 2; Palms 1.
Very well officiated game. Floor coverage was good, as was switching, mechanics and off-ball coverage. Preventitive officiating was evident and caused players to play hands free for the most part. Some rough play allowed in paint, but the only glaring problem was moving picks allowed especially by the black team. Mr Groover was as usual, staying away from anything controversial, and only