2014 NCAA Tournament

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  1. Iconoclast

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    "Watch them now before they bounce around European leagues for 3 years and head back to the States to become coaches"

    They used Mitch Mcgary, Nik Stauskas (he wears #11 for Michigan) , Frank Kaminsky. All three of them are projected to be drafted in the NBA. I am sure if I did more research, I could find more good players like Doug McDermott and Aaron Craft.

    They made that comment as they showed Nik Stauskas. That had to have been deliberate because he is a late lottery pick and #1 shooting guard prospect in the draft.

    This looks more like the work of the tribe than libtards.
     
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  2. Riggins44

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    It was a good thing UCONN won and not the odious Kentucky. Wisconsin would have been infinitely better. Wisconsin has all their white players back except for Brust. Michigan will have McGarry healthy next year (we hope), plus hopefully Stauskas if he doesn't go to the NBA.
    If so they will be contenders. Duke even has at least one good white recruit coming in and another excellent one in 2015. Next year will be even better for our side.
     
  3. FootballDad

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    As for Kentucky, we'll know shortly which of the players bothered to go to class this semester. All of the ones that declare for the draft skated through fall, enrolled for spring and then never saw a classroom again. This is how "mercenary" players operate. Coach Calipari should be ashamed, but doubtless he isn't.
     
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    I mostly didn't care who won, I just wanted Kentucky to lose. The idea of a fast talking operator like Calliperi bringing in a bunch of hotshot "one and dones" who win a championship then waltz off to big money in the NBA makes such a mockery of an already degraded college basketball.
     
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    After taking Intro Break Dancing, Ebonics 101 and Rap Appreciation in the first semester. I heard if you declare in January you essentially are free to practice with the team until the school year ends. I always enjoy seeing used car salesmen like Caliparri lose. I thought when Kentucky squeeked by Wisconsin that was the unofficial championship game. It's good to see a true team win, not the unofficial junior farm team for NBA.
     
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    I agree with you on both accounts. I'm glad UConn won last night as well! Anybody but Calipari and his corrupt program. Niels Giffey played great last night for the Huskies, sinking two clutch threes, snagging some huge rebounds, and playing some great defense as well. Nantz and the announcers gave him props multiple times in crunch time. He played 37 minutes for UConn and finished with 10 points, 5 boards, and a block.

    We'll have a lot of good teams to root for next year again. In addition to the teams mentioned in Michigan and Wisconsin, I'd say we'll be cheering for Arizona as well; Gordon will probably be leaving, and they'll get McConnell, Tarczewski, and the rest of their white guys back. Plus, they'll get 7 foot Serbian Dusan Ristic!

    Time will tell how some of our other teams will turn out next year. But I'm expecting a nice year for our guys. I'll throw out Stanford as one to cheer for: They lose two black starters, and they have a LOT of young white guys on scholarship.

    Just an observation: The women's national championship has pitted two undefeated teams against each other in Notre Dame and UConn. Strangely, UConn has two white starters, and Notre Dame has 0(!).
     
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    I didn't realize that both teams in the women's championship are undefeated. What a hell of a matchup. If UConn men and women both win it all that would be simply amazing. And three white starters between them out of ten. In this caste age that is not bad.

    Arizona indeed will be another top tier team for us to root for next year. Also Gonzaga and Iowa. Maybe New Mexico. Not sure how good Notre Dame, Butler, Creighton, Virginia, Mercer, Florida Gulf Coast, Indiana, and BYU will be, talent or white-friendly-wise.
     
  8. Jack Lambert

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    UConn's blowing the Irish out right now. The Huskie's white starters, Stefanie Dolson and Breanna Stewart have been playing great for UConn tonight. Stewart currently leads the Huskies in scoring with 19, to go with 8 boards and 4 assists. Dolson has been just as good, scoring 15 points to go with 13 boards and 6 assists... with 8 minutes still left to go in the 2nd half!!

    I terms of those teams you mentioned, I know Butler will still be a team to root for, with 3 white starters and 2 more getting time off the bench, Notre Dame should have 2-3 white starters with 1-2 more off the bench. BYU should be the same as last year, except without Matt Carlino, who transferred. Creighton should still play whites, as should New Mexico. Virginia, I'm not sure on them, as losing Harris really hurts. FGCU just loses Fieler to my knowledge, and have some white guys either coming in, or coming off red-shirts, so Dunk City should still be very watchable. Indiana, I'm not as sure on them.

    Of course, we'll still have most of our small school teams to root for yet, like Davidson, South Dakota St, Belmont, and most of the Patriot League schools.
     
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    Wish I could locate Wisconsin coach Bo Ryan's interview immediately following the game as they were walking off the court....it went something like "don't judge our team by the way they look, but how they play basketball"...refering to media, fans, opposing teams ? etc....

    Code words...don't judge us because we are a white team that happens to be really good!
     
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    Its great that both Naismith Award winning Players of the Year in college basketball are white: Doug McDermott of Creighton for the men and Breanna Stewart of UCONN for the women.
     
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    That's great news!! I'm glad that our guys (and gals!) continue to prosper in college basketball even with the caste system set in place, fighting them at every turn.

    I had some extra time, so I'd thought I'd compile a few images of our guys in the NCAA Tourney this year:

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    Taylor Braun of North Dakota State goes up for a shot against Oklahoma.


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    Stephen F. Austin celebrates their win against VCU in the NCAA Tournament.

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    Doug McDermott looks to drive the ball against the Ragin' Cajuns.



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    Mercer celebrates after knocking off Duke in the 1st round of the Tournament.

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    Joe Harris looks to score against Memphis.



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    Stephan Van Treese goes after a loose ball in the Sweet 16 against Kentucky.


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    Gonzaga celebrates as they knock off Oklahoma St. in the 1st round of the Tournament.



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    Nik Stauskas jams it home against the Volunteers in the Sweet 16.

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    Niels Giffey lays the ball in during the National Championship game against Kentucky.



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    Wisconsin celebrates their huge victory in the Elite Eight over Arizona.


    Even though Wisconsin didn't win it all, I'd say it was a pretty successful year for our guys as a whole in the NCAA Tournament when all is said and done. :)
     
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    Ha-ha! UConn's NAACP Champs.

    [video=youtube;KcVYQsY_2KE]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KcVYQsY_2KE[/video]
     
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    Freudian slip! It's funny because it's true.
     
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    Now that the tournament is over, I will address this topic. Someone please move it or close it if they deem it to be inappropriate.

    Based on their full names, and phenotypes, there is strong evidence to suggest that Josh(ua) Gasser(man), Ben(yamin) Brust(ein), Sam (Shmuel) Dekker and Frank Kaminsky are all partially or full Jewish. The only one who doesn't have a Jewish first name is is Frank. But he seems to be at least part or full Jewish ethnically, based on his last name, and the fact that he resembles an archetypical Hasidic Rabbi, without the beard.
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    (thumbnail - Kaminsky on the right)

    I am forced to conclude that Kaminsky is at least partially Jew, at least on his father's side, due to his appearance and the fact I am personally acquainted with a Jew whose last name is Kaminsky.

    As for the rest, whenever I see a Jewish/German surname, the next step is to look at the Given Name and the Phenotype. Sam Dekker, Joshua Gasser and Benyamin Brust all have Jewish (Old Testament/Talmudic) given names. Joshua Gasser looks like the quintessential Eastern European Jew, and he along with Brust are confirmed Jewish on the internet. According to your definition of gasse (alleyway in German), I would bet that Joshua Gasser's ancestors left Europe as Gassermans (not the most flattering name, but fully congruent with historical naming practices in the Yiddish communities of Central/Eastern Europe).

    http://www.thekingsburyfactor.com/2011/11/live-blog-kf-tryout-for-ben-brust-josh.html
    ^the domain for this page is expired, but if anyone can recover a cached version, you will see that it unequivocally refers to Gasser and Brust as Jewish and seems to be written by a Jewish nationalist. There are also other mentions on the internet of those two, and the others, being Jewish. Gasser and Brust are also best friends. I can confirm that those two are Jewish based on internet searches.

    Sam Dekker definitely doesn't look Dutch. With his phenotype, and a first name like Sam, (Shmuel in Yiddish), (as opposed to the goyish Decker, Eric), I would assume that Dekker is Jewish. In fact he looks just like an acquaintance of mine who is a Russian Jew. Actually, the phrase "Russian" Jew is a bit of a misnomer since they probably lived in Jewish villages where Yiddish was the daily language, albeit in territory controlled by a 'Russian' state.

    Bronson Koenig is definitely a goy. Neither Bronson nor Koenig strike me as Jewish names, and he passes the eye test as well.

    Some northern Midwest states like Wisconsin and Illinois are hotbeds of Jewish basketball. I'd be very surprised if Dekker and Kaminsky aren't at least partially Jewish, in addition to Brust and Gasser being Jews.

    Most Central and Eastern European Jews have German last names, which they acquired within the past 300-400 years. They bought their surnames from the German-speaking rulers of Central and Eastern Europe. Those who were poor or didn't want to pay were given ridiculous surnames like Dreyfus ("three feet" in German), or Gasserman for that matter, as opposed to more prestigious last names like Goldberg or Goldstein, or elite 'customized' names like Rothschild.

    Not trying to burst anyone's bubble, but I do believe the truth is an asset. Blanket Jew-hating will do nothing but turn Jews, whom I would describe as racially ambiguous (they look mostly white but, in most cases, see themselves as an 'oppressed minority' whose natural allies are the blacks) against the White race, which spells certain doom for our cause. Despite the Jewish Marxist majority, there have been a great deal of Jews historically who have helped the cause of freedom in America. Additionally there are many others who would have been on our side, but turned against us because of tribal fear, and other forms of irrational groupthink. Regardless, the average Jew is told a slanted version of 'history,' where Goyim are incessantly trying to kill them. In addition to their tribal paranoia, it's not hard to find 'evidence' for this belief, especially when the media is run by anti-white, anti-American bigots.

    Do you really think the Republican party *wants* to be under Israel's thumb? I'd bet they are just trying to survive this climate by kissing up to the pro-Israeli faction of the Jewish Nationalist/Socialist establishment. Not to excuse the Republicans, but clearly they recognize the inevitable futility of any version of American nationalism that alienates the Jews as a group.

    To answer the other posters - my father is a German goy and my mother is born in Croatia to a Catholic family. I learned about Jewish culture/identity/history from a history professor of mine who is an avowed Jewish Socialist, and personal observation growing up around a few hundred thousand Jews, of all ideological persuasions, in Toronto, Canada.
     
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    Still, not a single verifiable source. Maybe your upbringing around 100s of thousands of Jews has made you paranoid?
     
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    Here a website that talks about Gasser and Brust being Jewish.
    http://webcache.googleusercontent.c...1/live-blog-kf-tryout-for-ben-brust-josh.html

    Aside from that, here is another site I found with a very quick search, there are also several Jews on this page tweeting to Brust and Kaminsky about their Jewish heritage.
    http://whotalking.com/twitter/Ben+Brust
     
  17. Jack Lambert

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    Well, the first source said if Wisconsin was "short, white, jewish, or all three." He wasn't sure if they were or not.

    And Twitter isn't exactly the best source for concrete information.

    I've seen websites for Jewish athletes before. If all 4 (or even those three) of Wisconsin's white starters are Jewish, surely there'd be an article out there on them?
     
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    On the twitter feed, which was making my eyes blur after a while looking for obscure Jewish references, one tweeter noted something about Shabazz Napier and Ben Brust. Based on your logic tying them to the Tribe, I would say that this tweet makes Brust African-American :afro:
     
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    Hahaha good one FootballDad! In fact, I searched the term "Jewish" on the Brust page, and ONE reference turned up from some random guy.


    In addition, I have many Christian friends with names like Josh, Sam, or Ben, and they are all practicing Christians, without an ounce of Jewish heritage. Not every Old Testament name means a person is Jewish. If every Joshua, Sam, Benjamin, David, Abraham, Isaac, etc. were Jewish, a there'd be a LOT more Jewish people. Christians also name their kids these names as well based on the Old Testament. Just because their name is from the Old Testament doesn't mean they are Jewish. Like I said, Christians name their children after people in the Bible ALL THE TIME. First names such as Josh or Ben are not indicators of Jewish heritage.
     
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    They are not jewish, but if you go on the great Rabbino, a website that promotes jewish athletes. The says that Frank Kaminsky is not jewish. Sam Dekker is also not a jew. This guy is just a troll.
     
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    Some sorta Jewish athlete fetish. Lol and as other have mentioned hella articles would have made their way around by now.
     
  22. Riggins44

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    Stauskas to enter NBA Draft

    Damn! Just saw this on BSPN. Although I'm glad there will be one more talented white player in the NBA, I was hoping he would stay one more year. Having him and McGarry on Michigan next year would have been epic.

    Maybe he'll go to the Celtics. It would be great to see that team be white friendly again. It would be great if the Celtics would pick up a bunch of good white players from white-unfriendly teams, like Vucevic, J.J. Reddick, Kyle Korver, Scola, and Singler.
     
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    Staukas is projected to be a second round pic. So don't expect big things from him, there are only a handful of second rounders that ever evolved into great players.
     
  24. Thrashen

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    That first link you posted doesn’t really prove anything whatsoever. I was expecting some sort of “backstory” about their lives, an interview with the players themselves discussing their ethnicity/religion, perhaps some insider information from family or friends, or an investigation of their surnames. It’s just one random person who wrote the following sentence…

    What? There are tens of millions of European whites with Bible-inspired first names. Just yesterday, I met with an engineer on a job site who had just moved to Pennsylvania from Northern Ireland. His name was “David” (the most Jewish first name there could ever be) and his last name was clearly Irish and he had dirty blonde hair and light blue eyes. Obviously, he wasn’t Jewish by any conceivable measure. Unfortunately, there are millions of whites with (Germanic-sounding or Slavic-sounding) surnames who have first names taken directly from the bible. Names such as: Matthew, Jacob, David, Hanna, Daniel, Eli, Noah, Isaac, James, Elizabeth, Luke, Samuel, Ethan, Mark, John, Phillip, Ruth, Timothy, Aaron, Adam, Beth, Caleb, etc…do you suspect all of these white people of being Jewish, too?

    Yes, I’ve heard of Jews with this surname also. However, 10 seconds of researching the surname revealed that “Kaminsky” (meaning “stone” in Polish) is the 5[SUP]th[/SUP] most popular surname in Poland. As another poster mentioned, Frank Kaminsky attended a Catholic high school (Benet Academy) and it’s been confirmed by various websites supporting Jewish athletes that he isn’t Jewish whatsoever. Thus, he’s probably just Polish.

    “Benyamin?” His full first name is “Benjamin.”

    No, you can’t, or else you would have furnished far better “proof” already.

    Boy, I wish more “Jews” looked like Sam Dekker. Tall, lean, light hair, hazel eyes, the palest of skin, a short, slender nose, and a Nordic-shaped skull. By the way, Dekker played at a private, Lutheran high school (Sheboygan Area Lutheran High School) in Wisconsin...

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    CAPTION: Sam Dekker

    The word Kö*** means “king” in German, but he’s obviously some white/Asiatic/Amerindian mix and definitely does not “pass the eye test” from up close. But yeah, he’s looks “white” on the court…

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    CAPTION: Bronson Koenig

    From his biography on the UW basketball website…

    Nicely put, I agree. I’m certainly not attempting to “deny” that these players are of Jewish origin, I’m simply questioning where this notion even originated and where it can be confirmed online. As others have mentioned, given the great success of the UW basketball team, countless articles and/or TV specials likely would have been produced conercing this subject…as is usually the case whenever a “unique” person is excelling in athletics.

    Your original post on this topic from several weeks ago intrigued me and I wasn’t able to find any information concerning this topic online (aside from Kaminsky, who most Jewish websites don’t believe to be Jewish). I’m not trying to insult your judgment, because by your own admission you apparently know /associate with hundreds of Jews (for reasons unknown)…while I associate with none. I’ve always been very interested in Germanic surnames and I actually know a few PA Deutsch people with surnames such as “Gasser” and “Brustmann,” for whatever that's worth.

    If it turns out that you’re right about these guys being Jewish, that’s fine and I’ll be the first to congratulate your knowledge of other races and surnames. Also, even if they are, I’ll continue to root for UW and their fantastic team to win the NCAA title next season.
     
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    I don't know where you've seen that but I'd be shocked (even knowing how the NBA can screw over Whites for "upside laden youffs") if Nik falls out of the 1st round. I'd predict he'll go between 10 and 20. DraftExpress, a pretty long running mock draft site, has him going 14th to Phoenix. That seems like a fit almost too good to be true.
     

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