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Scoop Jardine may be the hardest player to figure out in all of college basketball. There are days when the senior guard looks like an NBA All-Star, slashing to the basket with authority and knocking down deep threes. But then there are days when he can't even hit the rim and repeatedly dribbles the ball off his foot.
Jardine's best game of the season came on February 11 against Connecticut, when he went for 21 points on 8-for-9 shooting (4-for-4 from three), six assists and just one turnover. But then two days later in a game at Louisville, he bricked all eight of his shots and finished with zero points, five assists and two turnovers.
Jardine is tied for seventh in the Big East in assists (4.9 APG), so he's obviously skilled as a passer. But if Jardine (46.7 percent field goals, 27.8 percent threes) starts looking for his shot instead of trying to get open looks for his teammates, then the Orange offense could become stagnant.