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hoopsfan 
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05-14-18 05:53 PM - Post#256774    

Ryan Silver
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Cornell senior Stone Gettings will graduate early. Will have 1 full year of eligibility as a graduate transfer. 6 9 shooter is a STUD.
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rbg 
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05-14-18 09:19 PM - Post#256778    
    In response to hoopsfan

That's a huge disappointment!

Gettings really grew as a player and leader under Coach Earl.

First year (under Bill Courntey)
28 games (0 starts), 2.1 ppg, 1.8 rpg, 0.1 apg, and 9.5 mpg

Second year (fist year under Brian Earl)
29 games (29 starts), 12.4 ppg, 5.8 rpg, 2.97 apg, and 25.6 mpg

Third year (second year under Brian Earl)
28 games (24 starts), 16.7 ppg, 6.6 rpg, 2.86 apg, and 26.8 mpg. 2nd team All-Ivy.

I assumed that Gettings was going to play at Cornell next year and Morgan would be the one saving his last year of eligibility. This news, plus Morgan's tweet from the time he declared for the draft, makes me think that he is not coming back for next season if he withdraws from the NBA draft.

Losing one of their Big Two would be tough. Losing both really would be a huge hit for the team heading into next season.


 
GoBigGreenBasketball 
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05-14-18 09:45 PM - Post#256781    
    In response to rbg

Is this a trend...just like Boudreaux. Talent is always looking for the next challenge, winning matters. The bottom half of the Ivy gotta read the tea leaves.
"...no excuses - only results!”


 
whitakk 
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05-14-18 11:12 PM - Post#256788    
    In response to GoBigGreenBasketball

I think I'd have Cornell last in the league right now even with Morgan.

 
TheLine 
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05-15-18 10:20 AM - Post#256798    
    In response to GoBigGreenBasketball

  • GoBigGreenBasketball Said:
Is this a trend...just like Boudreaux. Talent is always looking for the next challenge, winning matters. The bottom half of the Ivy gotta read the tea leaves.


Agree. This is a disturbing trend. Would hate if the bottom half of the league becomes a talent feeder with good players staying for 2-3 years to get their degrees and then transfer.


 
mountainred 
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05-15-18 11:51 AM - Post#256807    
    In response to rbg

  • rbg Said:
That's a huge disappointment!

Gettings really grew as a player and leader under Coach Earl.

First year (under Bill Courntey)
28 games (0 starts), 2.1 ppg, 1.8 rpg, 0.1 apg, and 9.5 mpg

Second year (fist year under Brian Earl)
29 games (29 starts), 12.4 ppg, 5.8 rpg, 2.97 apg, and 25.6 mpg

Third year (second year under Brian Earl)
28 games (24 starts), 16.7 ppg, 6.6 rpg, 2.86 apg, and 26.8 mpg. 2nd team All-Ivy.

I assumed that Gettings was going to play at Cornell next year and Morgan would be the one saving his last year of eligibility. This news, plus Morgan's tweet from the time he declared for the draft, makes me think that he is not coming back for next season if he withdraws from the NBA draft.

Losing one of their Big Two would be tough. Losing both really would be a huge hit for the team heading into next season.




Gettings was made for Earl's offense, almost as much as he was mismatched for what Bill wanted to do.

Earl's acid test was going to be what he could do without Matt and Stone; it's here one year early. This could be a very long season.


 
rbg 
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05-17-18 08:45 AM - Post#256905    
    In response to mountainred

According to Gettings' former AAU coach, he is getting interest from Arizona, Cal, Stanford, Washington, Washington State, Auburn, Mississippi, Texas Tech, Hawaii and UCSB.

https://www.azdesertswarm.com/basketball/2018/5/16...

 
FLBB 
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05-19-18 02:53 PM - Post#257041    
    In response to rbg

Can't really blame him. Without Morgan the roster more closely resembles an upper level DIII than a DI team.

 
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