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Feb 24, 2020
There are few places to hide on a basketball court. On any given possession, ten freakishly large and/or athletic people are fighting over 2,350 square feet. That might sound like a lot, but anyone that grew up in a house with siblings can tell you it gets tight real quick. A good basketball team needs to know who they are — and maybe more importantly, who they aren’t — to maximize that space to its fullest potential.
At this point in the season, Dayton seems to be figuring out what they should be while Rhode Island is still struggling to find a consistent identity.
Dayton beat Rhode Island on Saturday by a score of 67-56 thanks in large part to its senior guard duo of Jalen Crutcher and Ibi Watson. Crutcher and Watson scored 15 and 22, respectively, and accounted for over 55% of Dayton’s points. Dayton is now 5-1 since the Fordham debacle with Crutcher and Watson averaging 35.7 points per game between themselves and scoring over half of Dayton’s points over that same span.

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