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Author Topic: Kur Kuath, the protector  (Read 332 times)

DoctorV

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Kur Kuath, the protector
« on: December 12, 2021, 01:09:58 AM »
Very easy to get lost in the shuffle of a brutal game, but I think Kur may be the best rim protector I’ve ever seen at MU.

I just feel very comfortable when he’s in the game. Kur is very good at getting his body in a good position and blocking shots without committing fouls. He also block to keep position and doesn’t lose his spot if it’s a non-block situation.
For a skinny interior defender he doesn’t get bullied and plays tough.

I wish he was around longer, and I hope osa learns as much as he can. I hope Kur gets as many minutes as he can tolerate this year. Osa has been great too and deserves additional minutes even when Kur deserves the max.

Stretchdeltsig

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Re: Kur Kuath, the protector
« Reply #1 on: December 12, 2021, 07:20:40 AM »
Disagree. Too  often Kur stands flat footed letting guys shoot "bunnies." He doesn't defend all the time.

lawdog77

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Re: Kur Kuath, the protector
« Reply #2 on: December 12, 2021, 07:44:08 AM »
Very easy to get lost in the shuffle of a brutal game, but I think Kur may be the best rim protector I’ve ever seen at MU.

I just feel very comfortable when he’s in the game. Kur is very good at getting his body in a good position and blocking shots without committing fouls. He also block to keep position and doesn’t lose his spot if it’s a non-block situation.
For a skinny interior defender he doesn’t get bullied and plays tough.

I wish he was around longer, and I hope osa learns as much as he can. I hope Kur gets as many minutes as he can tolerate this year. Osa has been great too and deserves additional minutes even when Kur deserves the max.
I would put McIlvaine waaaay ahead of Kur.

 

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