There was a time in my life when I dressed nice all the time. Rarely, if ever, would I go out without dressing decent and pretty well groomed combed and shaved. The last five years or so I have changed a bit in that regard. A bit is probably an understatement. I have been known to dress like a farmer after a hard day of work or a handyman at a sleazy trailer park when I go to a store or out and about in the neighborhood. The fact is, sometimes I just throw on what is available or handy and run to the corner store not giving a hoot about what anyone might think. Because of my work, I can go a few days without shaving and sometimes the two together make me look like . . . well, you get the picture. I always figured people would talk and deal with me gauging my personality and my words not by how I may look. Well, maybe some folks do deal with me that way but I think that we are judged more by how we look than I had thought. Recently, I joined a friend for an exercise workout at a relative closed, studio. Afterwards we went to a Denny for a wholesome healthy meal that only a Denny could provide. I had not shaved in two days and had on a pair of blue loose cargo pants and a purple long sleeve thermal looking tee shirt. To set my ensemble off just right I had a brown baseball cap on and black tennis shoes. Sexy, huh? Yeah right, in retrospect I should have stayed indoors near people who accept me no matter what. We had a great meal at Denny I don eat there often or twice a year the times that I have, I pretty much loved it. Furthermore, every time I eat there I think about an old friend of mine who I used to teach martial arts with in my 20 who went on to become the head of all of Denny whole company. He was a hard worker and after running Denny he became the president of Bakers Square. A real big shot, and when I eat there, I can help but think about someone I knew so well who ran such a large company as Denny After leaving a good tip for the good service, I was at the register paying for our meal to a 20 something year old server. I started talking to her a bit as I usually do to most everyone I deal with talk. I told her about my old friend who went on to run Denny and then Bakers Square. She took a long look at my unshaven face and crazy hat, longer hair and probably goofy clothes and smiled at me like, yeah, right, sure you know the ex CEO of Denny and Bakers Square. She was polite and smiled at me, but strictly, a smile from the book and you could tell she thought I was some old fart, talking nonsense. I chuckled to myself and left, smiling wholeheartedly. I found it amusing. Before heading home, I stopped at a grocery store where no one knew me needed a couple of cans of cat food. Being unfamiliar with where items were, I asked an employee in her early twenties where the cat food was. She barely gave me an answer. She said like five words and ignored me. And this is after I asked her with a big old cool aid smile and a positive friendly manner. But she treated me like a loser or like someone who didn really count. I chuckled to myself again and thanked her with a smile. When I checked out, she happened to be my check out person as well. Again, just by the book friendliness, nothing with gusto or from the heart. I smiled and thanked her and hopped in my car for the ride home. I took it all well and was not bothered much at all. However, I learned something. That we are quite often, rightly or wrongly, judged by our clothes and our grooming style. 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I have no idea if this UW team is in that kind of shape or not, but that might not matter for this team because they are deep. By "deep" I mean interchangeable. With the exception of Pondexter and occasionally Thomas, no one stands out (offensively) on this team. That's a curse for a team that is trying to play conventionally (like UW has been doing), but for a team that plays extremely up tempo, forcing turnovers and running all day (what this team should be doing), it's a blessing. Since they have no semblance of an offense, since they can't shoot with any sustained consistency, since they have a less than zero post game, why in the world would they resist running a full court, pressing, trapping defense the entire game? Not a lot of teams can run up and down the court with UW for an entire game. USC could certainly do it for awhile, but they're so thin that they'd wear out. Arizona could do it for awhile as well, but they're young and will turn it over, same with WSU. UCLA is dreadful and perhaps the most un athletic team they've had in Westwood since the 40s. Oregon could. ASU, maybe. Cal, it depends. Stanford, no. Oregon State, no. UW has the benefit of three solid ballhandlers in Gaddy, Overton, and Thomas. They have one money in the bank scorer (so long as USC's Marcus Johnson isn't guarding him) in Pondexter. They have insane length in Pondexter, Holiday (I stand by my Stacey Augmon comparison), Suggs, Gant, and MBA. They have nine guys that can run for days (Breshers cannot and I'm not sold on MBA's ability to really run the floor, he can get up and down, but he's not "fast"). UW's weaknesses are well chronicled, but let's rehash them for the purposes of this exercise. They can't shoot with any kind of sustained accuracy. They have an ineffective at best offense. They get no scoring from the post. They cannot play against a zone. They don't have a consistent rotation (probably because they don't have five truly decent Pac 10 level players that can run a conventional offense), and they can't shoot (oh wait, I said that already, but it warrants a double mention). Playing a Missouri style of game would completely offset those offensive deficiencies. This team thrives on fast paced basketball. It's very clear to anyone who watches them that they are much better when they push the ball and when they harass ballhandlers. Gaddy is useless in the offense they are running currently. Only recently has he even tried to take the ball into the lane for mid ranged jumpers (or getting to the rim). But in an open court offense he'd be great. I don't need to tell you how ridiculously good Overton would be in this type system. Slowing him down is like putting Larry Fitzgerald on a run first team, it's a waste of his talents. Granted, this style of play will result in an unspeakable number of turnovers, but that's fine if the pace is picked up. They'll get more possessions and they'll force a ton of turnovers as well. When opponents see UW standing around passing the ball (slowly) around a zone, they smile. They know that they've got UW right where they want them. But what team would want to see wave after wave of speed and arms? It's incredibly difficult to play against athletic, long teams who take advantage of their attributes. UW has to do this. They will mask their weaknesses and take advantage of their strengths. I just hope they do it before it's too late. Meanwhile, I am extremely disappointed in the effort put forth by WSU on Saturday. It's always painful to see a team wilt right in front of you. They played a pretty great looking first half and then just peed down their legs. And I could not be more unimpressed with Klay Thompson. I saw him play only one other time this year (early in the season against Gonzaga) and he didn't have a great shooting night then, but he looked like he played tough. I thought he looked a lot like a skinny Stephen Curry that night. But tough is not anywhere close to the word that I'd use to describe him based on what I saw on Saturday. He was giving a tutorial in bad body language the entire day. I have no idea if it's due to him not starting the game or if he was just out of rhythm and was pouting about it, but he looked like a spoiled, rich, high school kid whose dad just told him that he's not getting the BMW he wanted for his 16th birthday (and is getting an Auid instead) out there. There is no way that a guy of his caliber can behave that way and not affect his team negatively. Reggie Moore, despite the HOLY CRAP dunk he had, looked pretty bad as well. But I have faith in that dude. He's going to be one helluva player considering that he's only a freshman.
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