2011-2012 NCAA Basketball Season

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  1. Deadlift

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    I didn't watch Notre Dame's loss to Georgia, but here's the boxscore, and it makes Abromaitis and Martin look like affletes (ND lost this game because of their offensive woes). http://scores.espn.go.com/ncb/boxscore?gameId=313260061


    Abromaitis: 1-12 FG, 0-7 3-pt range.

    Martin: 2-9 FG, 0-5 3-pt range.

    Big Jack Cooley wasn't allowed to shoot against a Georgia team that lost their big man to the draft (early entrant) after last season - Thompkins! Once again, Pat Connaughton showed his promise and he deserved more than 18 minutes.
     
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    What a GAME between Duke and KU!! It's the Ryan Kelly and Jeff Withey SHOW!


    EDIT: WOW.. an EPIC Duke win! Ryan Kelly is a GROWN MAN and is awarded the MVP of the Maui Invitational!! In reality, Duke should have won by more.
     
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    Abromaitis tears his ACL during practice! Now, feed Jack Cooley the damn ball and get more shots for Connaughton.
     
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    I'm not as familiar with No. 11 Wisconsin, but saw as many as 4 whites playing at the same time and some nice athletic dunks on a couple of affletes yesterday!


    Louisville's Kyle Kuric continues to play well, 16 pts. to lead his team. He may get a look come draft time.
     
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    Indiana State played 5 white players at once for a significant amount of time today in their win over Fairfield. They are now 5-1 on the season and a team to watch as a potential bracket buster in this seasons tournament.

    Their best player is 6-4 sophomore guard Jake Odum, who recorded the first ISU triple-double in over 32 seasons (last player to do it was Larry Bird) against Fairfield. Odum is equally competent at either guard spot and is a joy to watch.

    Speaking of Fairfield, it is one of the whitest schools in the nation, being nestled in Connecticut and is generally regarded as an elitist school for preppy New Englanders. How ironic that a single white player did not see the floor for them.
     
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    I'm not much of a college basketball fan at all, but I believe Fairfield's new coach is black. Their previous coach, who went to Providence, is also black. So it's not surprising they'd have an almost all black squad -- Villanova and Providence are very lar schools to Fairfield (except on a higher level in sports) and they've been basically all black in mens basketball for over a decade -- with white coaches. Between Bridgeport, New Haven and NYC, FU's coaches don't need to go too far to find black players. My guess is the Stags play in front of a few hundred people, at best, so no one really cares about them unless they make the NCAA tournament -- as is the case with most smaller (white) schools that rarely recruit white athletes. They are beyond irrelevant in their areas.

    P.S: I thought Fairfield's best player was a guy named Olander? His younger brother was the token white starter for Jim Bafoon's national title team last spring?
     
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    Correct on that. My error, but I checked and he was in foul trouble for most of the first half, which is when I watching the game.
     
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    Sorry, I should have put the Illinois 3 white starters on this thread.
     
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    Ohio St. Vs. Duke

    I hate Ohio St. but I love Aaron Craft. So far all of the call's have gone Ohio St.'s way. Two ghost calls on Mason Plumlee. 32-19 Ohio St.
     
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    Plumlee with the big jam over a overrated J. Sullinger
    I have to give the mulatto Austin Rivers his credit, he can really play the game. He is not just the hype job that most afroletic fellas are. Craft will shut him down if given the chance, it's almost as if they don't want that..........
    Other then Rivers the Blue Devils have no one outside of the paint. Coach K needs to go back to the winning recipe.
     
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    ****ky V. makes the obligatory obervation of Craft being like another white player. Greg Pauls, they are nothing alike Craft has no shot is all about D and athleticism ; Pauls was all about his offensive game!
     
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    Duke down big in the second half. Horrid guard play outside of Rivers. Need to get a little lighter to make it work Coach K, you know this. ****ey the dumbass waxing eloquent about the heat.
    Aaron Craft continues to show he is the best PG in the NCAA right now. When given the chance he has shut gown Rivers, and made a team full of overrated thugs look incredible. He has been finding the open man all night and creating for himself when there is nothing there. A true man among boys
     
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    I can't stand UNC, my phone is ringing every 2 seconds from Targirl fans giving me crap about Duke getting whipped!


    Although they were nowhere to be found when they lost to UNLV the other night!
     
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    I share your sentiment. Duke will rebound well I have no doubt, their guards must play better and give their bigs a chance to effect the game.
     
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    I saw some of the Illinois game with their 3 White starters. PG Sam Maniscalco was lighting it up, dribbling around affletes and looked like the best player on the floor. He finished with 24 points. I'd never heard of the guy and figured he was a freshman. Wrong. 5th year player who played in obscurity at Bradley before transferring. I wonder why Sam wasn't scouted by Illinois back when he was in H.S.

    As for the other 2 starters, Meyers Leonard looked like a beast and Tyler Griffey I did not really observe. Leonard had some ferocious dunks over black players and some emphatic blocked shots too. He reminds me of the Plumlees because he seems to have a mean streak or proper aggression and he's an athletic freak. After a negro player tried to trip him during a tie-up, Leonard got in his face.

    By the way, Illinois is now 7-0 and a team to watch.

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    Playing above the rim would be an understatement.

    [video=youtube;SUroGQZQj-g]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SUroGQZQj-g[/video]
    Here's him dunking over a kid in H.S.
     
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    Rivers looked really really good on the showcase circuit.. but, of course, those were "showcase games" where there isn't much defense!

    At Duke, he has been disappointing thus far, hogging the ball (no surprise) and missing several free-throws badly (off of the front rim). Despite having an upper-class upbringing, just listen to him speak and he sounds low-IQ. And his brother, Jeremiah, was a TERRIBLE guard at Indiana recently. "Austin" is not an instant star, but Coach K kept him in for the whole game against Ohio State so he could add meaningless points to his stat-line. Pandering, plain and simple.

    As for Duke, I'm not sold on their army of black guards and the Plumlees' (now a Junior and Senior) need to step up also. Their "D" was non-existant against Ohio State. I'm not upset about this loss, not at all, and it probably has a lot to do with Duke being in Maui..

    BTW, since Lebron and D-Wade were at the Duke/Ohio State game, the talking-heads were comparing Rivers' "speed/athleticism" favorably to theirs, LOL, and they suggested that the NBAs top players will be scared of Rivers when he reaches the NBA. It's all "too much"...
     
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    Despite having an upper-class upbringing,

    I should have said "financially-speaking." Afterall, his daddy is fugly and his mommy is a broke-down, wrinkled hag with dead-eyes. No surprise that these mulattoes rarely become rocket scientists. Instead, they get pushed in sports (soccer, football and basketball being the main ones) and they are usually overrated at that. Proof of dysgenics.
     
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    If only Doc would have married within his race. How great would Austin Rivers be then.

    /sarcasm
     
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    Mulatto supremacy is a myth, and Rivers' plays the "black-style of ball" anyways. And there's no justification for Coach K's backcourt to be wholly black/mulatto. Why does NC STATE have Scott Wood, a White man, but Coach K can't find anyone comparable or better? And Clemson, not exactly a bastion of pro-Whiteness, has Tanner Smith..

    Rivers' was originally committed to Florida, but he changed his commitment to Duke. He did so because Duke has less depth at guard. That he's getting big minutes and being declared an "instant star" shouldn't come as a surprise to anyone, but this is looking like Kyrie Irving-redux.

    Duke will rise or fall depending on Ryan Kelly's involvement in the offense and if Andre Dawkins can consistently shoot well. If Austin Rivers plays "hero ball".. he'll certainly get some points for himself, but Duke will likely fall short of being a great team.
     
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    I was home sick today so I had alot of time to watch college hoops today. It seems like the Heisman news has swept to the back page the otherwise huge news that White friendly Indiana upset #1 ranked, Afro-centric Kentucky. Indiana only starts 2 Whites, freshman stud Cody Zeller and G Jordan Hulls, but all 3 of their bench guys where White. 5 outta 8 ain't bad. Well anyway Indiana led most of the game, by double figures at some points, only to blow the lead in the last few minutes. A clutch 3 pointer by Christian Watford (black) at the buzzer bailed them out. A very exciting game in which D1ck Vitale gave immense praise to Zeller, who was grossly under-used. At many points he even "screamed" for them to feed him the ball in the post. He finished with an efficient 11 points. Will Sheehey, an athletic swingman who reminds me of Klye Kuric, looked good off the bench. For Kentucky, it is a crime how little playing time Kyle Wiltjer gets. He could have chosen many other top programs. He should consider a transfer.

    It was nice to see Duke beat Washington. Washington is a vile program lead by Michele Obama's brother, who seems to be a black panther type. The days of Jon Brockman and Spencer Hawes are long gone in the White state of Washington as only negroes fill the roster. It also appeared that nearly all the assistant coaches were black as well. Ryan Kelly had 16 and 8. Mason Plumlee had 12 and 9 but struggled badly at the free throw line as they played hack-a-plumlee towards the end. His brother had 9 and 7.

    Kyle Kuric continues to lead the way for #4 Louisville. He had 18 today and now leads the team with 12.9 points per game.

    The always White Wisconsin once again are a top 25 team and had an impressive win. Seriously, Bo Ryan does not get enough credit some times, even from us. His diverse, by modern hoops standard, squads are good and play great team ball every year. Hmmm? Today 6 out of 9 players to see minutes were White guys. Ben "Bombs Away" Brust lead the way with 25 points off the bench. He was a ridiculous 8-9 (7-7 for 3) from the floor and 3-3 from the charity stripe.

    Some other standout performances:

    Aaron Craft (OSU) - 11 points, 5 reb, 6 ast, 2 stl

    Tyler Zeller (UNC) - 19 points, 9 reb, 4 ast

    Doug McDermott (CREI) - 26 points, 5-7 for 3, 10 reb

    Evan Smotrycz (MICH) - 20 points, 9 reb
    Stu Douglass (MICH) - 13 points, 3 reb

    David Stockton (GONZ) - career high 19 points

    Jake Koch (UNI) - 21 points, 4 reb, 3 ast

    Deniz Kilicli (WVU) - 18 points, 8 reb, 5 ast
    Interesting fact: only 1 player on the roster is born in West Virginia. Bob (Th)uggins is one of the WORST.

    Jack Cooley (ND) - 22 points, 9 reb, 4 blk
    Alex Dragicevich (ND) - 15 points, 3 reb
     
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    Big games for the Zeller brothers:


    Tyler -- 31 points and 10 rebounds.

    Cody -- 21 points and 8 rebounds.


    Evan Smotrycz -- 17 points, 11 rebounds and 3 steals.

    Brady Heslip (BAYLOR) -- 18 points (6-10 from three-point range), and 2 steals.
     

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