Georgia Tech Basketball: Taking a closer look at the Jackets offense after one month

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With the first month of the 2017-18 college basketball season coming to an end, it’s time to see how the Yellow Jackets offense is performing through their first five games.

It’s the end of the first month of the college basketball season and the Georgia Tech basketball team has a 5-1 record. Their lone loss this season came in their season opener to UCLA in Shanghai, China when they narrowly loss 63-60.

Since then the Jackets have won four straight games by an average score of 64.2 to 57.5, an average victory of 6.7 points per game. While the Jackets offense isn’t where the Jackets hope it to be just yet, the Jackets defensive effort through their first five games has been impressive.

Offensively, the Jackets’ haven’t been world beaters and that was expected. Josh Pastner pointed this out prior to the season and it’s true, the Jackets were going to struggle early on this season. They are a team that has to get into a groove to play at their highest level, that being said there have been some promising signs for the Jackets five-games into the season. But with promising signs also comes other issues. 

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