Cal Bears basketball podcast with Michael Duca: Cal’s Moore getting attention from opposing coaches as well

February 8, 2017

Cal Bears, NCAA

California’s Charlie Moore, left, shoots against Colorado’s Tory Miller (14) in the second half of an NCAA college basketball game Sunday, Feb. 5, 2017, in Berkeley, Calif. (AP Photo/Ben Margot)

Cal Bears freshman Charlie Moore has lots of skill had scoring success in his last game against the Colorado Buffaloes in his last game on Sunday at Cal. When your 20 plus games in in your freshman year your really not a freshman anymore. He came in with some raw talent but the college coaching and the college game are starting to show. If you take a look at Moore’s first 17-18 games of the season he was averaging about 1.1 assist per game ratio. In the last two or three games that’s gone up to 2.5 turnover assist ratio.

He’s also had a little bit more success at attacking the basket and creating a good touch on his shot. Moore’s game has got to motivate Ivan Rabb a little bit. Cal faces Arizona State who Cal starts the road trip with on Wednesday night and then they face Arizona on Saturday night and it really doesn’t matter what you do against Arizona this is a team that will end up doing some damage in March Madness.

Michael Duca is a Cal Bears beat writer for and does the Cal Bears basketball podcast each week at


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