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Discussion in 'George Mason Basketball' started by Patriot8, Aug 9, 2016.

  1. FreeGunston12

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    Maybe we will see more Calixte after all?
  2. GSII

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    Where is Calixte?
  3. GMUgemini

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    He’s out on the floor right now.
  4. Pablo

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    With 3 blocked shots in the 76-63 victory at La Salle, AJ is 3rd in blocked shots per game (career) and has the 3rd most blocked shots in a season at Mason:

    Blocked Shots - Career:
    1. George Evans: 211
    2. Andre Gaddy: 174
    Mike Morrison: 174
    4. AJ Wilson:130
    5. Erik Copes:122
    6. Robert Dykes: 111
    7. Rob Rose: 106
    8. Louis Birdsong: 101
    9. Byron Tucker: 97
    10. Jai Lewis: 91
    Jalen Jenkins: 91


    Blocked Shots Per Game - Career (minimum 2 seasons):
    1: George Evans: 1.8 (211/116)
    2: Andre Gaddy: 1.8 (174/98)
    3. AJ Wilson: 1.7 (130/77)
    4. Keith Lewis: 1.7 (77/46)
    5. Byron Tucker: 1.5 (97/63)
    6. Mike Morrison: 1.4 (174/128)
    7. Erik Copes:1.4 (122/90)

    Blocked Shots - Season
    1. George Evans (1998-99): 77
    2. Mike Morrison (2011-12): 64
    3. AJ Wilson (2019-20): 58
    4. Byron Tucker (1990-91): 55
    5. Erik Copes (2011-12): 51
    6. George Evans (1999-00): 50
    Keith Lewis (1977-78): 50
    8. Andre Gaddy (1977-78): 49
    Mike Morrison (2009-10): 49


    Blocked Shots Per Game - Season (minimum 10 games):
    1. AJ Wilson (2019-20): 3.6 (58/16)
    2. George Evans (1998-99): 2.6 (77/30)
    3. Andre Gaddy (1977-78): 2.5 (49/20)
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  5. Jack Strop

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    To finish out the trifecta, Wilson is third in the nation with blocked shits per game:

    1 Kylor Kelley – Oregon St. – 4.27
    2 Osasumwen Osaghae – FIU – 4.27

    3 AJ Wilson – George Mason – 3.67
    4 Hayden Koval – Central Ark. – 3.63
    5 Mike Watkins – Penn St. – 3.33
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  6. Leesburg Chankenstank III

    Leesburg Chankenstank III All-American

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    No wonder he’s been off.

    Someone get that man a bran muffin.
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  7. Jack Strop

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    LOL! ...unless AJ's blocking someone else's shits. :moon:
  8. Pablo

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    With 5 blocked shots in the 73-67 loss at GW, AJ has 63 block shots for the season:

    Blocked Shots - Season
    1. George Evans (1998-99): 77
    2. Mike Morrison (2011-12): 64
    3. AJ Wilson (2019-20): 63
    4. Byron Tucker (1990-91): 55
    5. Erik Copes (2011-12): 51
    6. George Evans (1999-00): 50
    Keith Lewis (1977-78): 50
    8. Andre Gaddy (1977-78): 49
    Mike Morrison (2009-10): 49
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    Being a Mason fan has become so much like my life as a Mets fan: Celebrating individual achievements of guys you truly love rooting for, every season starting with great promise, and ending somewhere short of good but not quite bad. I am a curse. Sorry, guys.
  10. Pablo

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    With 1 blocked shot in the 97-87 loss to UR today, AJ ties Mike Morrison for the second most blocked shots in a season at Mason:

    Blocked Shots - Season
    1. George Evans (1998-99): 77
    2. AJ Wilson (2019-20): 64
    Mike Morrison (2011-12): 64
    4. Byron Tucker (1990-91): 55
    5. Erik Copes (2011-12): 51
    6. George Evans (1999-00): 50
    Keith Lewis (1977-78): 50
    8. Andre Gaddy (1977-78): 49
    Mike Morrison (2009-10): 49
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    With 1 blocked shot in the 73-63 victory vs. UMass tonight, AJ needs 13 more blocked shots this season to break 3-Time CAA POY George Evans' school record:

    Blocked Shots - Season
    1. George Evans (1998-99): 77
    2. AJ Wilson (2019-20): 65
    3. Mike Morrison (2011-12): 64
    4. Byron Tucker (1990-91): 55
    5. Erik Copes (2011-12): 51
    6. George Evans (1999-00): 50
    Keith Lewis (1977-78): 50
    8. Andre Gaddy (1977-78): 49
    Mike Morrison (2009-10): 49
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    With 5 blocked shots in the loss at Davidson and 2 in the loss vs. Rhode Island, AJ needs just 6 more blocked shots this season to break George Evans' school record for blocked shots in a season:

    Blocked Shots - Season
    1. George Evans (1998-99): 77
    2. AJ Wilson (2019-20): 72
    3. Mike Morrison (2011-12): 64
    4. Byron Tucker (1990-91): 55
    5. Erik Copes (2011-12): 51
    6. George Evans (1999-00): 50
    Keith Lewis (1977-78): 50
    8. Andre Gaddy (1977-78): 49
    Mike Morrison (2009-10): 49


    Blocked Shots Per Game - Season (minimum 10 games):
    1. AJ Wilson (2019-20): 3.4 (72/21)
    2. George Evans (1998-99): 2.6 (77/30)
    3. Andre Gaddy (1977-78): 2.5 (49/20)


    Blocked Shots - Career:
    1. George Evans: 211
    2. Andre Gaddy: 174
    Mike Morrison: 174
    4. AJ Wilson:144
    5. Erik Copes:122
    6. Robert Dykes: 111
    7. Rob Rose: 106
    8. Louis Birdsong: 101
    9. Byron Tucker: 97
    10. Jai Lewis: 91
    Jalen Jenkins: 91


    Blocked Shots Per Game - Career (minimum 2 seasons):
    1: George Evans: 1.8 (211/116)
    2: Andre Gaddy: 1.8 (174/98)
    3. AJ Wilson: 1.8 (144/82)
    4. Keith Lewis: 1.7 (77/46)
    5. Byron Tucker: 1.5 (97/63)
    6. Mike Morrison: 1.4 (174/128)
    7. Erik Copes:1.4 (122/90)
  14. patriot2000

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    Am I the only one who kinda wanted Evans' records to stand forever?
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    I had a similar thought and I was also like why are we wasting this record on such a down year, too. But, that is also unfair to AJ who is a legit candidate for A-10 most improved.
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    He won’t get to 211 without a fifth year I don’t think (which is the career block record still). So hopefully he sticks around and breaks the record on a much better season?
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    Weird Green Machine tone deaf singer Ryan Salak please don’t argue with AJs parents on twitter about how he can’t shoot... kid should be able to do whatever the hell he wants for the last two years of BS he’s put up with
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    Also, his mechanics look pretty good on his shots, even if he hasn't hit a ton. If he's open and his feet are set, why the hell not let it fly? Who else is going to take those shots?
  19. sleeperpick

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    Prettier Three point shot than anyone not named Javon to be honest.
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    Miller has a nice looking shot. Not a super quick release, but smooth and releases the ball at a high point.

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