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  1. No inside info, but my guess is we’re not that interested in him.
  2. I think coaches bringing players from their former post is really tacky.
  3. I just don’t see it. It’s not like fans would want him back as head coach so Hoiberg won’t be looking over his shoulder. I think this speaks a lot more about Sadler than it does Hoiberg. It takes some real humility to come back and be an assistant where he once was head coach.
  4. No offense intended, but why would he be intimidated by Doc?
  5. Coach A recruited the entire roster.
  6. Howland was great at it and won big there. Then it fell apart.
  7. Both of those teams play beautiful basketball compared to Cincy. The hate for Virginia is weird to me. They play great team ball combined with damn good shotmaking ability. I love it. Texas Tech can play both an uptempo style and a slow it down game. All programs would be so lucky.
  8. The problem is the “wins” benchmark. He hasn’t won much in the postseason, and I wonder if the top recruits the UCLA fan base expect to get will be overly interested in his kind of system. He’ll make UCLA good, but I don’t think he’s a great fit and r the kind of coach that will get them back to elite 8s and Final Fours.
  9. Will UCLA fans and donors have any interest in watching Cincy’s style of play? It can be awfully hard on the eyes. Edit: Good coach though. Would have been thrilled to have him here.
  10. From his Rivals story when he committed to OSU... Choosing the Cowboys over Ole Miss, Illinois, SMU and St. John’s, Calloo is a versatile power forward that can defend his position and has a budding offensive skillset that would allow for him to be used out to the 3-point line. He has a strong frame, an improving jumper and quality athleticism at the basket. https://basketballrecruiting.rivals.com/news/oklahoma-state-lands-2018-big-maurice-calloo
  11. Mack said the departure of Abdelmassih, his lead recruiter and, according to sources, the only St. John’s coach he had a strong relationship with, played a factor in his decision. But Mack also wasn’t sure how long Mullin, who has two years left on his contract, would be at St. John’s, even though the head coach told him he had no plans to go anywhere. “This was a very, very hard decision,” Mack said. “I honestly don’t know where I want to go. I’m going to start the process again. I would still consider going back there. I want to make sure I know what’s going on first.” https://nypost.com/2019/04/05/st-johns-recruit-asks-to-be-released-from-commitment/amp/
  12. Mack said he chose St. John’s because “it feels like home here and they have two Hall Fame coaches [Chris Mullin and Mitch Richmond]. And me and Matt [Abdelmassih] had a real awesome connection when we started the process.” https://www.zagsblog.com/2018/11/19/st-johns-adds-juco-point-guard-cameron-mack/
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