Streaky shooter Antonio Barton could help Vols at Texas A&M and down the stretch

Streaky shooter Antonio Barton could help Vols at Texas A&M and down the stretch

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Tracy Webster watched Antonio Barton and wondered Had he turned the corner again?

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sideline1 writes:

If Barton consistently hit shots, McRea quit making careless passes, the Vols hit foul shots and Martin became a much better motivator and game manager, they would be a much better team. It seems like it's entirely up to the players whether or not they are ready to really play every half of every game. Stokes is, mostly consistent, but no one else is. If Stokes would take another year to develop as much as he did from last year to this one, he could become a top ten NBA pick after another season. That's a big money difference than he'll get if he jumps into the draft this year.

moorevols55#1417579 writes:

Another day, another pitiful performance. Tennessee just isn't a good team. Top 20 talent, but it's wasted. They are 10 to 15 points better than A&M every time and they don't play like it. Of course, they are better than every team they've played, but 4 and they just can't win. Pitiful.

Plasticman85 writes:

Barton hit more shots? You're kidding, right?

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