LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Pitt’s offense has been built all season around the dribble-driving prowess of freshman guards Xavier Johnson and Trey McGowens.
But just because it’s isolation basketball doesn’t mean that it’s individual. Pitt head coach Jeff Capel and senior wing Jared Wilson-Frame thought that the Panthers were a bit too eager to freelance and not quite together enough in the second half of the Panthers’ 66-51 loss to Louisville on Saturday, when the Pitt a four-point halftime lead slip into a 15-point final deficit.
Hear from Capel and Wilson-Frame from the KFC Yum! Center after Pitt’s defeat:
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