Found January 31, 2013 on STLSportsMinute:
PLAYERS: Phil Pressey
TEAMS: Missouri Tigers
Phil Pressey is one of the most talented point guards in the nation.  The same Phil Pressey who had 19 assists against UCLA.  Yes, the Phil Pressey who was named preseason SEC Player of the Year.  The only problem is that Pressey's talents might be digressing. Stats don’t lie.  Well they don’t, but I am not using them here. I watch enough Mizzou basketball to know that his play on the court is starting to hurt this team. Pressey is taking bad shots and he is missing open guys.  Every coach that plays Mizzou game plans to stop Phil Pressey. It is a hard thing to do and a talent like Flip is a hard thing to stop. Talent can only get you so far though. Pressey's greatest strength comes when he is sharing the ball and he has to start using his teammates. Pressey’s supporting cast is not as good as it was last year, but it is the job of the point guard to make that supporting cast better. A coach’s job is to put players in positions to be successful. While Frank Haith is th...
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