Analysis of Matt McMahon’s Performance in the Second Half Against Alabama State


LSU’s men’s basketball team secured a decisive 18-point win against Alabama State on Wednesday night after a strong second-half performance. The team trailed by four points at the half but managed to outscore the Hornets 44-22 in the second half, with four players scoring in double figures.

After the win, coach Matt McMahon addressed the second-half turnaround, emphasizing the improvement in shooting and offensive pace. He highlighted the crisper ball movement, sharper cuts, and better screens in the second half compared to the first half. McMahon also acknowledged the team’s need to build on their execution and decision-making, especially after passing up good shots in previous games.

Looking ahead, LSU will face a critical game against the nationally-ranked Texas team in Houston on Saturday. The team will aim to build on their recent performance and carry the momentum into the upcoming game.

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