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NoladrianSephier

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  1. I also just snagged a couple in 317. Took some years off when I started having kids but now looking forward to bringing them along!
  2. I feel like you see these guys in the B1G all the time where you go "how is that guy beating us?" Keisei could be one of those guys for us. He can shoot, he's a crafty passer, and he's scrappy, which I think is a great combination.
  3. Can’t tell you how sane this made me feel
  4. It looks like I’m wrong about that. I thought I heard them say that but I can’t verify it.
  5. Seemed to me that either the rims were tight, the ball was overinflated, or both. It’s also played outdoors so could factor into tougher outside shooting.
  6. I fully expect Thor to come back with a video that piggy backs off this one and blows it out of the water.
  7. I know it's still technically football season for some of our less intelligent/less interesting friends out there, but I was wondering if that Bill Moos guy is going to be able to focus on more than one sport at a time this year. The early results from this team are surely disappointing to him so I look forward to his next public comments with bated breath.
  8. Jorge Brian Diaz would have turned those into some pretty sweet layups, though.
  9. I agree with this line of thought. The one thing I'll add is that red shirting a player seems to reduce the likelihood of transfer, which would definitely be good for the program. This decision could reveal much in Miles' confidence for the season and his job security down the line. Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk
  10. One aspect I'll be interested in is Morrow's health. We'll feel pretty good about our guys if they stay healthy and Morrow is gimpy half the season.
  11. The way I understand this article is that once a player decides that he is "open" enough to take a shot, the distance of the closest player doesn't significantly affect the outcome of his shot. This should be expected, especially out of NBA players. A distraction shouldn't change the likelihood of a successful outcome, whether it's a fan on the sideline, a player 20 feet away, or a player 5 feet away. After the decision is to shoot is made the position of the defender doesn't matter and a coin flip will be as accurate a predictor of outcome as anything. The part of the article abou
  12. Yes because not a season went by that when the Kansas Jayhawks came into town in the early- to mid- 2000's I didn't think: "This is a 50-50 game at worst."
  13. Is it just me or was the time/date an advantage for Maryland? I think most would have agreed with that statement with 5 minutes to go in the game. Sent from my SM-G900V using Tapatalk
  14. NU 78 Iu 72 15 (optimism) Sent from my SM-G900V using Tapatalk
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