These kids look like beast, I hope they can grow a beard.
Last edited by Welcome2DaSlopes; 05-02-2010 at 04:06 PM.
Yeah. Or did someone flunk (held back) along the way?
By the time these kids are done growing, they could make like a double Yao Ming duo. Talk about twin (twins or not) towers. Duke or Stanford (Johnny Dawkins). This may be a good sign as to their mindset. What could be better than having these guys to replace the Plumlees. Of course Mason might still be around.
Just to clarify, Mason would be only be around for brother #1 I believe. Should he stay.
the diversity of our species is simply mind boggling
DANG! I'm all over this thread already. I'm just imagining the possibilities. Obviously this is all speculation based on the fact that these kids actually pick Duke. Mason could be playing his senior year when brother #1 gets to Duke which would allow him a year to learn the system behind a senior. Throw in big Tyler Adams who may be a dominating inside force by then, and wow!
Throw in the Pumlee pattern, one brother enters his sophmore year when little bro comes in as a freshman. MAN OH MAN! With these guys and Adams, coach K might switch back to this past NC team's format of rebounding and kicking out to shooters. We could have some rediculous size come 2013.
Here's what I'm thinking for our 2012 starting lineup: Ryan Kelly, Josh Hairston, Tyler Adams, Mason Plumlee, and Sim Bhullar (cause, you know, we're gonna need some real height out there).
From reading the links they are not twins... for those wondering why they are not in the same grade.
Anybody know if these guys are leaning anywhere or our chances with them?
Does anyone have any other actually news with these guys and duke? airowe or someone?
I heard that the high school games (on these videos) were played on an 8 foot goal--it certainly appears that way to me.
they may be tall, but those guys look winded after doing a couple dunks. Not to be a downer, but I'd temper my expectations. Just from the brief video, a couple things seem clear (to me at least): (1) for being 7'3 or 7'4" (or whatever they are), the can't jump very high, (2) they need way more conditioning, (3) lack of lateral quickness means eventual foul trouble.
"Nothing could be more misdirected than a self-directed life." - Lewis Sperry Chafer
Plenty of guys have been drafted on potential, and that's what would get him drafted in the lottery next year, but I think Mason would greatly improve his stock and overall skills by returning his junior season when he will be far more featured in the offense.