We haven't progressed as rapidly as I would have hoped. But as I told the team, any one of these games left can be had.
We never go into games expecting a blowout. We don't think, by any stretch of the imagination, that we should expect to blow out teams at the state tournament. We expect every game to be a close game and just hope to squeak it out at the end.
He's going to have to give an explanation somewhere for how it got into his system, ... His public explanation is that he doesn't know how it happened.
I think (Stewart) understands that. The question is, can he apply it Some give it lip service, but they won't get the job done. So it will be a great test for him. If he gets it done, that would be big.
A run like that can give you momentum going into halftime. Before that, it was like going up hill, or paddling as fast as you can and not getting much done.
One of our goals was not to let them have a single rebound.
It's a terrific year in the league. There are a lot of good teams, and you've got one of them right here.
(Nick) hasn't developed as fast as we'd hoped he would. He's been really good the last several weeks, but now the other guards - Chris Bryant, Leonard Houston, Sean Tracy - have actually surpassed him. He's trying to come from behind.
He's got a lot of qualities you need to become a great player. But it isn't good enough just to be great on the offensive end. You've got to be good on the defensive end as well.
Maybe we've had more problems with them than other teams have, but that's a reflection more on us. We just haven't been as good as they have been as a team.
Nick Grant is a good example. He's getting it figured out about when to drive, and when to pull it out and use his abilities.
It's the way they built their program, and their success has come from that. And yet they have very good offensive players.
I don't see anybody out there you can ignore. They're all good shooters.
We did get several good looks.
Even though we might have been as talented, we weren't as good (as 2004-05). We didn't execute as good as we did a year ago.
I always take a day-to-day approach. With my age, you just don't know. There could be health issues. And some of it is mental. If you don't have fun doing what you're doing, if you lose the part that's enjoyable about it, then you're not going to do a good job anyway.
If you don't have fun doing what your doing, if you lose that part of it that's enjoyable about this, then you're not going to do a good job anyway.
To be where we are, on one hand, is encouraging.
We knew that once we got the ball out of her hand, it was going to be hard to get it back.
I hope you fly it here with the pride that we had it flown over the Capitol,
From our records as of March 21, only 101 residents in Napa County said they had flood insurance when they called us.
I thought Heemskerk had the best game of his career. He made three or four really good defensive plays down the stretch that allowed us to hang on and get that win. I thought that was a good, positive sign.
I thought we got a little intimidated. It was a much more physical game than what we've been getting, much more contact allowed.
I think when you bring a program up from the bottom, you don't get any breaks. You don't get any breaks from officials, on scheduling, stuff like that. That's part of the price you pay for your program having been down for quite a period of time.
You have to respect the process at this time. It often happens in the United States, the politicians want to do one thing and the courts or the regulatory agencies do something else.