Is Moute a Bidias Cal Hoops' Most Improved?
BERKELEY -- On Friday and Saturday, the California men's basketball program held two practices open to BearTerritory, with Saturday's affair open to fans.
The biggest most apparent development over those two days is that sophomore Roger Moute a Bidias's trip to China this past summer clearly did him some good. Not only is Moute a Bidias bigger and stronger than he was when he left, but his handles are noticeably improved, and he's much more physical with the ball in his hands.
Moute a Bidias was much smoother in transition -- which appears to be a much bigger part of head coach Cuonzo Martin's game than it was his predecessor's -- and is a lot more aggressive down low than he was in precious little time on the court last season.
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