Posted On: 11/16/20 11:10 PM

The Mike Miller era at Houston got off to a good start Monday night with the 82-59 win over Olive Branch.

This was just game one for the Mustangs, and yes, there were some mistakes made, but there were some positives made as well. It’s never a good idea to overreact to a team’s performance from the first game. The potential for Houston is high. The chemistry just has to keep coming.

I was on hand Monday night to watch the Mustangs under their new head coach.

Here are three takeaways.

T.J. Madlock is the heart and soul of Houston.

Without the senior point guard behind the wheel, the Mustangs’ offense wouldn’t go 100 miles per hour. Coach Miller has this season’s Houston team pushing the ball up the floor after getting the defensive rebound, something that rarely happened under Charlie Leonard. Madlock and his teammates flourished under Miller’s guidance Monday night. The Mustangs were able to catch the ‘Quistors sleep on defense, getting nice looks from their shooters in the corner.

When Houston ran double screens at the elbow, Olive Branch’s young guards were probably looking for Madlock to come off one of the screens and make his way

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