Ecclesia may have come to Searcy ready to play another D-II team, but they probably left demoralized after last night’s 109-50 beating at the hands of the Bisons.
Here are the keys:
|Eff||61.0||128.0||-67.0||Actual net efficiency|
|-70.6||Predicted net efficiency|
And the non-traditional stats:
It’s pretty clear that Ecclesia was no match for Harding in this one, even against the second- and third-stringers. No Harding player played for more than 21 minutes, with typical minutes leader Matt Hall only playing 17. Everyone who got into the game for the Bisons scored, and all 15 players played at least eight minutes each.
The keys usually aren’t interesting in games that were clearly one-sided like this one. Sometimes it’s neat to see which players were the most productive in their time on the court, though. Reggie Bibb and Rick Hamilton both managed to get at least one point of game score for every minute they played, which is awfully good. Most of the typically productive players were over .500 in GS/minute.
No Harding player really had a bad game, per se, but Cole Kee, Kellen Morgan, and Jesse Bynum did struggle in their limited time on court. Both Morgan and Kee shot 1-for-5 and missed all eight of their total three-point attempts, hurting an otherwise stellar shooting night for the team.
Next up is Texas College on Friday night, the third in a series of five straight home games for the Bisons.
Update: Stats are up. The latest file can be found on the 06-07 Stats Page.