Stanford Cardinal basketball podcast with Jerry Feitelberg: Cardinal schedule doesn’t get any easier as things start at Cal this Sunday

January 26, 2017

NCAA, Stanford Cardinal

Stanford’s Robert Cartwright (2) and Oregon State’s JaQuori McLaughlin (0) during an NCAA college basketball game in Corvallis, Ore., Thursday, Jan. 19, 2017. (AP Photo/Timothy J. Gonzalez)

If you look at Stanford Cardinal (11-9) guard Robby Cartwright he has moved up to starting guard Cartwright has been averaging 7.1 per game. He scored 18 in the game against Oregon State University and 21 against UCLA. In the game against Oregon only four points. The Ducks just simply shutdown the Cardinal offense. Another scorer that was shut down that did very well was Michael Humphrey. Humphrey picked up the pace when Reid Travis suffered a shoulder injury. In retrospect Humphrey delivered when he got those 21 points against USC.

The Ducks held Humphrey like they did Cartwright to only four points. So the Ducks shut down the Cardinal offense effectively. Travis still out with a shoulder injury came in very briefly since he reinjured it. If Travis can’t play the Cardinal will have to do their best without him. The Cardinal have some pretty tough games coming up their going up to Berkeley to Haas Pavilion to play the Bears on Sunday. The Bears are 14-5 overall and their 5-3 in the Pac 12.  It’s a very difficult place for the Cardinal to play.

Jerry Feitelberg does the Cardinal podcasts each Thursday on http://www.sportsradioservice.com

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