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Dec 4, 2020
On a schedule as tight Fordham’s, and with a team full of collegiate veterans, it’s important for Kyle Neptune to pick out the positives of Friday night’s 75-73 loss to the University of Maryland, Eastern Shore in preparation for their next game on Monday. Luckily for Neptune, there were some positives to take away from the Rams’ performance, most notably their stamina and ability to play hard for such a long game.
“We didn’t play our game, we weren’t as organized as we should have been offensively, we didn’t play hard enough,” Neptune admitted. “We weren’t in it, but we never gave up. We kept fighting and clawing to the end.”
When looking at what prevented Fordham from “playing their game,” the answer was inconsistency on both transition offense and on defense. Offensively, Fordham excelled when they took the time to draw up a play, move the ball around the arc, and find the open man. However, when it came to scoring in transition, Fordham frequently floundered. There were plenty...

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