Early indications are that this year’s Arkansas State basketball team will likely be able to score more effectively than any of Brady’s previous Arkansas State teams. Through 2 Canadian exhibition games, the Red Wolves are averaging 92 points per game. They are shooting 48.1% from the floor as a team, making 23/45(51.1%) from 3-point range. They have also hit 75% of their free throws.
But the most impressive thing is that scoring is distributed among the team nicely – so that the Red Wolves won’t have to depend on one or two guys not to have off nights at the wrong time. Four players are averaging in double figures, while six different players have hit double figures in one of the two games. Kendrick Washington and Melvin Johnson have knocked down 10+ in both games.