2010-2011 College Basketball Season

Discussion in 'College Basketball' started by Jack Lambert, Nov 15, 2010.

  1. Jack Lambert

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    Don't forget, blacks are only 1% of the population, the other 3% are Native Americans, which makes it that much more appaling. I think their football team won't be far behind their basketball team with all of those new recruits they have coming in.
     
  2. Deadlift

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    Chandler Parsons had 19 points and 11 boards as Florida crushed the Alabama TarTide..

    Boston College went into beta-maleville, Blacksburg (interesting name?), and WON! Your "anorexic warriors" - that you foolishly put on a pedestal - failed you this time! [​IMG]
     
  3. Colonel_Reb

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    Interesting that one of BYU's few black players violates the honor code and is kicked off the team right before the tourneys start. I hope BYU does even better now.
     
  4. GreatLakeState

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    Honor code?

    "Black people have no honor" -- Rev. Manning
     
  5. Colonel_Reb

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    I'm surprised you haven't heard of BYU's Honor Code, GLS. That is a good quote from Pastor Manning. Too bad the folks at BYU don't operate with that in mind.
     
  6. Deadlift

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    Nolan Smith's middle name must be "Iverson"... Ryan Kelly has been aggressive, and is doing all he can to save Duke.
     
  7. Jack Lambert

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    Kyle Kuric had another big game tonight as Lousville dismantled Providence at home tonight. He had 25 points to lead all scorers, 9 rebounds(including 7 Orebs), and 3 steals. This guy is amazing!! [​IMG]
     
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    I've heard of the honor code, was just trying to work it with Manning's quote ... unsuccessfully I guess!
     
  9. GreatLakeState

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    Ran into a juco coach from Wyoming in darkest Detroit who said he was "trying to find players who don't look like me."
     
  10. foobar75

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    It's good to know that BYU has an honor code and they stick to it without exception. The students who enroll there are aware of this and sign-on to it. If they don't like it, they can always enroll somewhere else.

    Going back to basketball, this is not exactly good news for BYU. This team was ready to make a run in the NCAA tournament, possibly all the way to the Final Four, with the best player in the country in Fredette. But Davies is a good player, and while I hope they can still advance far in the tourney, it just got harder. It's very important that teams like BYU, along with Wisconsin, Duke, even Louisville do well this year.
     
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    Kuric has certainly come out of nowhere to really shine lately! I admit, I didn't even know about him until that incredible dunk against Notre Dame, and he's been tearing it up since. He has NBA size, the shooting touch, as well as great athleticism to play in the next level.
     
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    When I saw the highlights of that game on BSPN, one of the talking heads said something along the lines of "I've got Kuric on my 1st Team All Big East team". I couldn't believe my ears.
     
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    BYU lost last night and most of the media says they won't be able to get a number 1 seed, except for a few who say they might if they beat Wyoming and win the MWC tourney. I hate that they lost to New Mexico, because it makes Davies look more important than he was.
     
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    She's just a whore with NO self esteem or respect! I hope her father doesn't accept her or her "half & half" niglet back into his life or home. Once you go black you we don't want you back! You want to lay with a negro you can live them and see how well they they support you and your bastard half-breed... Good riddance!
     
  15. Jack Lambert

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    Well, Kuric is lighting up West Virginia again today with 21 points and going 5-6 from 3 point land today. The announcers called him "one of the most athletic players in the whole league." [​IMG]
     
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    Wait a minute, I thought the woman involved with Davies was black? I must have misread something. Oh well, it mattereth not. Sad to see so many of these brainwashed mudsharks. For years, I've been saying that all isn't well inside Mormondom as far as interracial relationships go. This kind of thing is going to keep happening at BYU with increasing frequency.
     
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    Don't post pictures of genetic betrayers in this forum.
    They have chosen to put an end to their heritage, destroying the lineage that their ancestors maintained for untold centuries.
     
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    Pretty good day for White basketball.. Notre Dame wins at UCONN.. Belmont goes DANCING.. Butler defeats Cleveland State to advance in their Tourny.. Virginia upsets Maryland AT Maryland!

    Duke lost.. but with Nolan "Big Head" Smith, and the rest of their black guards, I hardly care.. no tears from me! When Duke had players' like Elton Brand and Sheldon Williams, isn't it interesting that they were "fed the ball?".. but, now, Duke is clearly a "guard-oriented" team (when they have White bigs).. I'm also tired of the "Seth Curry story" -- how this "superhuman" went to Liberty and then transferred to Duke. As for Dawkins, at least he has been with Duke the WHOLE time!
     
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    Nikola Vucevic had another double-double (19 & 10), as USC went into Washington and defeated Lorenzo Romar's "all-black Dream Team!"

    Hmmmmm.. Maybe Washington needs another Brockman or Hawes?! Edited by: Deadlift
     
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    Diebler was lights out from 3 today as was the whole Ohio State team. Aaron Craft arguably is the best pg in the country after the clinic he put on today. He held Jordan Taylor to 8 points and 2\9 shooting. Still bad sportsmanship by the buckeyes running up the score[​IMG]
     
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    A few months back I visited a cousin who lives on the So. side of Milwaukee.Some blacks were going door to door. I assumed they were Jehovah's Witnesses, but was shocked to learn they were Mormons.

    Mormons??

    I then searched a Mormon website and was surprised to see many faces of blacks and browns prominently displayed. One video featured a pretty White woman, ugly negro husband and mixed kiddies. Oh, how sweet! [​IMG]

    Apparently there is a big push to bring non-Whites into the fold.
     
  22. Jimmy Chitwood

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    the nearly all-black Arkansas Razorbacks have posted back-to-back losses in their last two outings, which is nothing new. however, what is new is that Rotnei Clarke has looked stellar in both games. until the past two defeats, Arkansas had only lost once all season when the sharp-shooting Clarke went for 15 or more points, but in the two recent games Clarke has gone for 24 and 26 points respectively, shot a sparkling 50% from the floor (and 50% from 3-point range), and combined for 8 assists to just 2 turnovers. not bad numbers for an "over-achieving gym rat."

    his playmaking off the dribble has dramatically improved this season, and it looks like Pelphrey's forgotten vow to try Clarke at the point guard spot this year has proven to be a HUGE error. hopefully "Big Shot" Rot will continue to prove all his doubters wrong.

    in other news, the oft-overlooked Brad Tinsley has been playing outstanding basketball for the Vanderbilt Commodores. yesterday, he once again showed he is more than an excellent passer ... as he dunked on (one of my five All-Americans) Chandler Parsons, who was terribly late rotating on the weakside and looked completely surprised that Tinsley is also ahigh-riser. the dunk was #1 on Sportscenter's Top 10.

    [tube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sXK4Y1wI9qU[/tube]

    sadly, Duke's big men struggled mightily in their loss to North Carolina. Singler (3-14 on the night) couldn't hit the floor if he dropped the ball, nor could Ryan Kelly. Mason Plumlee couldn't stay on the floor without getting called for a foul, and brother Miles looked reluctant to attack the rim on offense ... although he did rebound very well.

    conversely, UNC's Tyler Zeller looked incredibly comfortable in the rivalry game. he started off UNC's scoring with two MASSIVE dunks off the dribble. he wasn't looked to very often in UNC's set offense (no surprise there), but he made the most of his opportunities and once again had a big impact with few touches.
     
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    Those who betray their racial heritage forgo the privledge of being counted amongst us![​IMG]
     
  24. Deadlift

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    Jimmy Chitwood,

    I have "critiqued" Kyle Singler on several occasions. But, by and large, "they" don't feed Mason Plumlee the ball.. that is what disappoints me.

    And, the MSM justifies Nolan Smith's "leadership".. uh ball-hogging.. because Duke is without "Kyrie Irving." That's very illogical, though. And, Nolan Smith's assist-numbers are actually underwhelming.

    Instead of penetrating-and-dishing, he'll often drive to the basket while being blanketed by 2 and 3 defenders (ala the recent Duke/Clemson game). After that rather lack-luster game from Duke, I figured that Duke would then lose to UNC. Duke's style-of-play (on offense) is lacking muscle, so their "hiccups" have been predictable to me.

    To try to remedy this problem, athletes' like Mason Plumlee and Ryan Kelly need to get the ball when they are near the basket. Duke needs to use their size...
     
  25. PoliticallyIncorrect

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    <div>I don't know, I think the Honor Code is ridiculous. I mean, I know you agree to it, but I highly doubt that most follow it, but unlike this guy, they are smart about it. I can't criticize him for having desires like any other human being, and I think the way the LDS Church represses those desires is wrong, but I can criticize him for his stupidity.</div>
     

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