Oshae Brissett had a two-day run on Broadway.
Brissett struggled to find an offensive rhythm against Oregon, who eventually shot 2 out of 12.
Oshae was not only struggling to face the ducks. Most of his shots were bad. In the second half he even shot a balloon and curiously decided to turn an undisputed 3-point attempt with a defender in the face into one.
Brissett remained on the 3-point line for most of the match, making only four shots in the bow. He finished the game with 11 points.
Combine Brissett's harsh appearance against Oregon with a 3 by 15 performance against UConn on Thursday night. In two games at Madison Square Garden he scores a total of 5 out of 27 (18 percent).
"If I could go back in time, I would say," Do not take three tonight, "Boheim said. But I can not. He shot it well in practice. He is a good shooter. He shot down 32 percent last year, but this year he is noticeably better at training and training than last year. "
Oshae came out of the gate for the Orange and scored in the first two games of the season 201
Brissett, who averaged a double doubles in MSG earlier this week, scored a total of 11 rebounds in two days.
19659002] Jim Boeheim discovered after the game that Brissett has improved overall as a shooter and has scored regular shots in training.
Brissett must find his game from the first two games of the season and play the hits again for a team that desperately needs an infusion.
"He just is not there," Böheim said. "He does not play at the level we need to play him, we need him and Tyus to play at a very high level, and they are not."