Here’s post-game comments from Utah coach Larry Krystowiak following Washington’s 59-57 win in Wednesday’s Pac-12 home opener.
(Opening statement) “Our defense kept us in the basketball game and put us in the position where we could be competitive. We’re just going to have to be better as we’re moving forward. I think the scouting is improving and our league knows more of what we’re trying to do. They’re going to make it hard, so we have to dial in our offense a little better and be tighter with it.”
(On Jordan Loveridge having slow game offensively) “I think that will be something that we discuss with him when we break down some game film. If somebody doesn’t have a great game it isn’t necessarily that they laid an egg as much as it is that he has a big bulls-eye on his chest. Things are going to be really hard. They didn’t give him opportunities to catch. I thought that the second half was a little better. He started getting to the rim, missed a couple short shots. But we’re moving right along. It wasn’t anything on Jordan, it shouldn’t be a Jordan story as much as it was just that we collectively had a hard time scoring.”More