CRFF - High Noon Highlights(11/11): Marcus Smart’s offensive evolution

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Welcome to High Noon Highlights, a place to catch up with everything you missed in Oklahoma State Athletics and beyond.

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Marcus Smart’s offensive improvement is good for everyone:

Celtics Blog wrote a piece looking at how a change in former Cowboy Marcus Smart has lead to good things for the Boston Celtics.


Marcus Smart has never been known as a scorer. Instead, his reputation is built upon hustle plays and intense defense. Evolution is natural in NBA players. Improvements are made during the summer where insurmountable hours are spent in the lab.

Smart’s evolution is clear to the naked eye. Over the last two years, his shooting has been on an upwards trajectory. His shooting form and motion look smoother which in turn breathes confidence into his play.

This growth as a three point shooter was evident last season, posting his highest three point percentage of his career at 36.4 percent. He did this on 4.3 attempts per game which is roughly his career average for three-point attempts. {Celtics Blog}

AJ Ferrari’s father interview:

AJ Ferrari Sr. talked to GOhio Cats about why they moved to Texas, lifting and more. They also go into a little bit about why AJ started wrestling. It’s cool to get to know they dad of one of our recruits.


Vocel, Kellovsky win doubles championship at ITA Fall Nationals:

The Men’s team took home some hardware from the ITA fall nationals as Doubles teammates Matej Vocel and Dominik Kellovsky took the championship,

Here’s their coach on how they played.


“Dominik [Kellovsky] and Matej [Vocel] played well all week together and battled through some adversity, especially in the first round and in the finals,” said Associate Head Coach Scoville Jenkins. “I’m really proud of how they played together. They deserve to be national champions.” {okstate.com}

Around the Big 12:

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West Virginia needs to stick with QB starter

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Around Sports:

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