"Kareem was Kareem, " said eighth-year Griz head coach Wayne Tinkle. "He makes plays for us no matter what position he's at. He set up a bunch of our bigs for guys for shots, plus he made a few of how own, and we're going to need that from him day-in and day-out."Jamar is the best player in the Big Sky, so it's no surprise that he looked good. The encouraging sign for Montana is Chris Kemp. The Grizzlies need the junior college transfer to be big for them (no pun intended), and to anchor their frontcourt. It looks like he is off to a fine start, as he looked very explosive from all accounts.
"I thought Chris played well offensively, and I think we will see that defensively he needs to get a little bit better," Tinkle said. "He didn't rebound as well as he can, but he's going to be a force for us."
The Grizzlies message board also has some good info on the scrimmage.
Montana fans, anything you noticed?
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