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Here is the prediction thread for Monday night's final exhibition game of the 2012-2013 season against Transy. The following link will open the Prediction Summary Table.
Transy pulls the upset! HAHA
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UK - 90
Transy - 55
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transy 96 uk 95 wow fire the uk coach he is horrid. lol
About 1 day to tip off for this one.
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UK 98 Trans 61
What happened to my prediction for the Northwood game? I am not even on the prediction board.
Kentucky 102 Transy 64
I am not sure what you mean. Look at the attached image of the final results from the Northwood game, and you are clearly shown there.
Let's take this opportunity to review a procedural issue or two that is worth a reminder. I update a Prediction Summary Table as predictions appear in the game thread. I provide links to those tables in various formats. I make mistakes from time to time, either miss a prediction and do not enter it at all, or enter a prediction incorrectly. It is the individual players' responsibility to check the prediction summary table to verify that I have entered their prediction correctly, and if not to notify me with a post in the thread, or a PM.
It is relatively easy for me to correct an error after the fact for these exhibition games because they do not count for the season long tabulations. However, once the real games begin, it is very difficult to correct any error after the game is over, and after I have computed the standings through the results of that game. That is a manual process, and a single change takes considerable time to correct.
Therefore, please verify that your predictions are on the table prior to the game, and if it is not there correctly, let me know so I can correct it in the Prediction Summary Table before I do the season standing tabulations.
Thanks, and lets have tons of fun with this again this year.
The more the merrier.
UK - 94
TU - 52
10 minutes to tipoff. I will add any late predictions, entered prior to tipoff.
Here is the link to the final standings. During the game, especially the second half, this table will show standing based on a projected final score. After the game, the table will show the final results.
This post was edited by TheProfessor 17 months ago
UK scored its 27 points in a total of 32 possessions for the half, and Transylvania scored its 18 points on a total of 31 possessions. Kentucky won the battle of the boards, with a rebounding edge 17-13, but Transy won the offensive boards with 2 offensive rebounds to Kentucky’s 1. Neither team scored a second chance point in the first half. Transylvania had an offensive efficiency of 0.581 ppp on its 31 first chance possessions and 0.000 ppp for its 2 second chance possessions. UK had 0.844 ppp on its 32 first chance possessions and 0.000 ppp on its 1 second chance possession. With respect to the offensive rebounding, UK grabbed an anemic 8.3% of its misses as offensive rebounds while Transylvania was able to convert 11.1% of its misses into bonus possessions with offensive rebounds.
UK hit well from the free throw line in this half, making 5-6 [83.3%]. Transylvania also shot well from the line, 3-4 [75.0%] for the half. Field goal shooting for UK was 9-21 overall [42.9%] and 4-11 from long range [36.4%]. For Transylvania, their field goal shooting from inside the arc was a weak 3-11 [27.3%] and from long range, Transylvania hit 3-12 [25.0%].
Turnovers were in great supply in this first half. The Cats committed a whopping 9 turnovers, one for every 3.6 possessions. The Cats forced only 8 Transylvania turnovers, one for every 3.9 possessions.
Can i change my "prediction"?
LOL, 90 points. lol, i hope we get past 60s.
UK scored its 74 points in a total of 64 possessions for the game, and Transylvania scored its 28 points on a total of 63 possessions.
Kentucky won the battle of the boards, with a rebounding edge 29-21, but the Cats lost the battle of the offensive glass 3-4. Kentucky used its 3 second chance possessions to score 3 second chance points, winning the second chance points battle 3-0. Transylvania had an offensive efficiency of 0.444 ppp on its 63 first chance possessions and 0.000 ppp for its 4 second chance possessions. UK had 1.109 ppp on its 64 first chance possessions and 1.000 ppp on its 3 second chance possessions. With respect to the offensive rebounding, UK grabbed a weak 15.0% of its misses as offensive rebounds while Transylvania was able to convert a weaker 13.3% of its misses into bonus possessions with offensive rebounds.
UK hit well from the free throw line in this game, making 9-10 [90.0%]. Transylvania made 3-4 [75.0%] for the game. Field goal shooting for UK was 29-49 overall [59.2%] and 7-19 from long range [36.8%]. For Transylvania, their field goal shooting from inside the arc was a low 8-22[36.4%] and from long range, Transylvania hit 3-20 [15.0%].
The Cats committed 14 turnovers, but only 8 over the last 32 minutes, one for every 4.6 possessions. The Cats forced 23 Transylvania turnovers, one for every 2.7 possessions.
Next Game On Schedule: Friday night, in the new Barclays Center in Brooklyn, NYC in the Cats’ first regular season game of the 2012-13 season against Maryland.
Nicely done poliglotcat and JawJacker
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