Found May 03, 2013 on Bearcats Blog:
The season reviews have been coming in alphabetical order from Jeremiah Davis, Alex Eppensteiner, Kelvin Gaines, Ge'Lawn Guyn and Justin Jackson, not to mention the state of the program, but today is a little different. When I said on twitter last night that I was going to be writing a recap today, someone named Cody wanted to read about Shaq Thomas. Since this is a blog for the people written by a person, today's season review is about Shaq Thomas. Shaquille, don't call him Shaq, Thomas played in 33 of the 34 Cincinnati games this season. He averaged 10.8 minutes per game. Thomas used a pretty modest 18.7% of Cincinnati possessions. His shot percentage was 19.8%, which doesn't seem to add up. Thomas had a lower than you would think offensive rating of 93.6. He was 42-101 from the field, 41.6%. Thomas was 3-8 from 3. He was especially poor from the free throw line. This will be a huge area for his improvement as a sophomore. Thomas was 13-27, 48%. As a resul...
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