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Jeff Appreciation Thread


#1

In four big ten games, the statline reads:

37.5 minutes per game
71 points - 17.75 PPG
35 rebounds (13 offensive) - 8.75 RPG
66.7% FG% - 28-42
Only 3 3PA (1-3)
10 blocks - 2.5 BPG
8 assists - 2.0 APG
5 turnovers - 1.25 TPG

A clear all-big ten candidate.


#2

[quote=“eric17, post:1, topic:1747”]In four big ten games, the statline reads:

37.5 minutes per game
71 points - 17.75 PPG
35 rebounds (13 offensive) - 8.75 RPG
66.7% FG% - 28-42
Only 3 3PA (1-3)
10 blocks - 2.5 BPG
8 assists - 2.0 APG
5 turnovers - 1.25 TPG

A clear all-big ten candidate.[/quote] So far so good.


#3

A very-Gyasi-Cline-Heardish senior season for Brooks thus far.
Like Gyasi, the improvment he’s made in his skill-development has finally begun to supplement his outstanding athleticism.

In addition to his mid-range jumper, drive-game, left-shoulder turnaround, shotblocking and rebounding, I like the emotion and leadership he’s shown on the court. In the past, it would seem like if something went wrong he would emotionally checkout of a game - but whenever he’s been able to avoid foul trouble this season his effort has been outstanding.


#4

Jeff is the emotional engine so far this year. Listening to him doing interviews it’s very Cornley-like. Hopefully last nights game was the turning point to the season. Defense was much improved and offense looked more fluid.


#5

The Eraser knows no boundaries.


#6

So far Jeff is putting on an “all B1G team” performance.


#7

Watching the end of the Wisky vs MSU game on ESPN before the game, and Jeff got props from one of the announcers. Mentioned him after talking about the PSU upset. Nice to see Jeff getting recognition.


#8

Good article on Jeff. Looks like we need to thank Jermaine for the assist.
http://www.centredaily.com/2011/01/14/2453906/psus-brooks-evolves-into-playmaker.html