WATCH: Dayton inexplicably misses four easy layups against D-II Saint Joseph's
And they still won!
Dayton had a rough evening getting buckets in the paint against Division II Saint Joseph's College of Indiana.
The Flyers have been riding a four-game winning streak, but an exhibition victory Tuesday night had some embarrassing lows. And that may be putting it kindly.
Dayton (6-2) missed three layups -- not just in the game, but in a nine-minute span.
Exhibit A: Baffling.
oh no oh no oh no oh no pic.twitter.com/Z1Zj3ucp4I— Flyer Faithful (@Flyer_Faithful) December 7, 2016
Exhibit B: Missed dunk, so the level of difficulty is slightly higher. Unfortunately the pull-up on the rim was more impressive.
Exhibit C: A fadeaway dunk?
I'm starting to think this team will have to run laps or something if they actually finish a dunk pic.twitter.com/nZ0ER75jQI— Flyer Faithful (@Flyer_Faithful) December 7, 2016
Exhibit D: Seriously?!
hey maybe we should stop trying to dunk because its obviously not working pic.twitter.com/FRfrmovcPq— Flyer Faithful (@Flyer_Faithful) December 7, 2016
Dayton still came through with an easy 91-59 victory over the D-II Pumas. The Flyers have some things to work on before they enter Atlantic 10 play, though it's nothing that a StairMaster and some extra laps after practice can't fix.
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