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DoCtoR62 
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08-06-18 08:14 AM - Post#259958    
    In response to jkrun80

  • jkrun80 Said:
  • bison63 Said:

Excellent points, and totally defensible re: best class. But just to be the devils advocate, it could be argued that on the basis of Lee and Beetrncourt alone, 2006 was the best class. It IS a slippery slope, but the argument could be made. I could also argue that Holland Mack was an extremely valuable member of the team, although not in the box score. That is going off on a bit of a tangent, in a direction that is probably not within the parameters of this discussion, but Mack was not just and end of the bench player off the court. Great guy by the way!


I'll be the first to acknowledge that every player on the team can contribute is some significant way. But assuming we're talking about on-court accomplishments, I stand by my choices. That's why it's great having these debates. There is no right answer - it depends on your perspective.




Coming in late to this one, but when talking overall accomplishments I vote for this year's class. It speaks well of the program to even have a legitimate debate based on this group's profile. Now, about the best recruiting class in the non-scholarship era ... :-).

 
bison63 
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Zach & Nana NBA Workouts
08-06-18 12:30 PM - Post#259983    
    In response to Bison137

Yeah, but do you remember what it led LU to? (Referring to 137’s last comment.)

Edited by bison63 on 08-06-18 12:32 PM. Reason for edit: No reason given.

 
bison63 
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08-06-18 12:37 PM - Post#259984    
    In response to jkrun80

  • jkrun80 Said:

I'll be the first to acknowledge that every player on the team can contribute is some significant way. But assuming we're talking about on-court accomplishments, I stand by my choices. That's why it's great having these debates. There is no right answer - it depends on your perspective.



Yeah! I love it! Especially on a 90 something degree day in August.

 
Bison89 
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10-03-18 10:19 AM - Post#261825    
    In response to Bison137

  • Bison137 Said:
Stephen Brown has signed with Yalova Group Belediyespor, a team in the top division of Turkey's pro league. They were a 2nd division squad, but Turkey has very good basketball - ranked as high as #2 of the world's leagues (other than the NBA and EuroLeague, which features the top European teams from all of the different leagues).



It looks like Stephen Brown's first pro game is scheduled for 10/12. I could not find a lot of info other than a schedule on the team's website:

http://www.mackolik.com/Basketbol-Takim/2314/ Yalov...

BTW, if you use Google Translate, this site becomes somewhat understandable.

'RAY FOR THE ORANGE AND THE BLUE!


 
jkrun80 
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10-03-18 08:00 PM - Post#261880    
    In response to Bison89

Brian Fitzpatrick and Cam Ayers are still playing professionally in addition to Muscala and last year's big 3.

 
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