Lasan Kromah -- slump no longer

As you may have noticed, super freshman Lasan Kromah had cooled off quite a bit. His points and shooting were down -- in fact, he hadn't made a three since the 12/12 game against Towson, going 0/12 from three and 6/31 from the floor until the Bonaventure, where he scored 23 and 5/7 from three. Below is a chart showing his minutes, points, and FG and 3pt percentages until before the Bona game.

This kind of reminds me of Greg Collucci in the 2001-2002 season. He started off super hot, hitting 8 threes against Yale and 7 against Navy in the BB&T Classic, where he was named to the all-BB&T team. Then teams started to focus on him and his scoring dropped precipitously. Kromah, however, is a much more complete player, and now (knock on wood) he's out of the slump.