Before heading home from Hawaii, Kansas State basketball coach Frank Martin was asked about his team’s improving ball movement and scoring output.
Both helped the Wildcats on their way to a Diamond Head Classic championship, and Martin was proud of the way they scored 77 or more points in all three of their wins. But he wasn’t surprised by the offensive production.
He thinks K-State has been good in that department for a while now.
“I get a kick when I read people saying we play bad offense and we're averaging almost 80 points a game,” Martin said. “If we play good offense, how much would we score?
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“I think we play pretty good offense. I mean, we're not a well-polished machine. We're not awesome. We spend a lot of team on defense in the preseason and then our offense gets better. It happens every year.” (more…)