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The Cardinal defense is giving up way too many 3-pointers

NCAA BASKETBALL: JAN 01 Arizona at Stanford

In this video I take a quick look at Stanford’s recent struggles. When I reviewed the stats, what stood out was the amount of three-point shots that Stanford’s opponents were taking and ultimately making. The Cardinal have given up exactly 50 percent shooting over the past six games, excluding the Cal State Eastbay game. Needless to say, this is a huge problem. Take a look at my breakdown of Stanford’s issues...

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**Editor’s note - We could use some help covering Stanford Men’s and Women’s Basketball.**

From: “Previewing Stanford Men’s Basketball Trip to Los Angeles

“Hot shooters Dorian Pickens and Marcus Sheffield will not only have to knock down shots from deep but also defend well. Furthermore, Michael Humphrey might be the difference maker in this game. Last year, he put up big points in some games, and if he can knock down mid range jumpers, Stanford should play USC closely.”