Duke Blue Devils 2009-10

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  1. whiteathlete33

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    Check out this classic comment from a DWF from the link I posted. This has to be the best yet.

    Any white guy that can jump higher than 3 inches should be given a medal; it's just not in the genes.
     
  2. Deadlift

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    I wonder where the 3 inch number came from... loser probably just measured his genitals...

    That's just it, these guys are losers, therefore ALL Whites must be losers. The White alpha-male scares the hell out of them.
     
  3. whiteathlete33

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    Deadlift, you never know. It could be a black guy posting this nonsense. I don't even play basketball anymore. All I do now is weightlifting to stay ripped and I'm still around a 33 inch vertical. I never had great straight line speed(probably around a 4.8 40) but I can jump.
     
  4. whiteathlete33

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    Here is a knock on Singler from Walterfootball.com. He also takes a shot at Gordon Hayward. Just another day for these caste clowns.



    Memphis Grizzlies: Kyle Singler, SF, Duke, 6-9, Sr. [​IMG]


    Singler surprised many by announcing he would return for his senior
    season. His size and ability to shoot the rock are positives, but he
    lacks the ideal NBA athleticism to be a three. If Gordon Hayward can go
    in lottery though, so can Singler.


     
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    Here is another scouting report from Walterfootball. Singler is compared to Luke Babbitt and Gordon Hayward, both of whom are supposedly too slow for the NBA.






    2011 NBA Draft Scouting Report: Kyle Singler
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    Position: Small Forward



    Size: 6-8, 230



    School: Duke, Senior









    Strengths:


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    [*] Can create his own shot, pull-up off the dribble and hit jumpers

    [*] Uses shot fakes and ball fakes to help him create spacing

    [*] Capable of putting the ball on the deck and driving to the basket

    [*] Quick first step

    [*] Able to post up smaller defenders

    [*] Length helps him on the boards

    [*] Great basketball IQ














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    Weaknesses:

    [*] Needs to add strength

    [*] Lacks ideal lateral quickness to guard NBA small forwards

    [*] More of a finesse finisher meaning he gets his shot blocked too often around the basket

    [*] Struggles against athletic defenders

    [*] Tends to force shots and settle for his jumper too often











    Summary: Singler surprised many by deciding to return for his
    senior season especially after helping lead Duke to the national title.
    He is a great college player but does not have the ideal traits that
    translate to a successful pro. However, if Gordon Hayward can go ninth
    overall and Luke Babbitt 16th overall in this past draft, there is no
    reason to believe Singler will fall out of the first round and could
    possibly be taken in the late lottery by a team looking for immediate
    help.









    Player Comparison: Mike Dunleavy. Both Dukies are
    perimeter-based forwards who rely more on their outside shooting than
    ability to attack the basket. Dunleavy struggles on the defensive end
    in the NBA which is likely a similar fate to what Singler can expect
    since he is not physical enough to bang with fours but not quick enough
    to guard most threes.
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