Oh then my flaut too.
What success do you mean? I didn't see a whole lot of success last year. Of course, any success at all will be a change for the UK fans.
Do you not consider an sec regular and tourny title successful? as well as a trip to the elite eight? They had over 30 wins, and their best players are potential first round draft picks. That' sounds like a successful season to me.
Successful as in their PG will be the top pick in the draft.
Five guys who will be 1st round picks in 2010? They shoulda been in the FF.
Kentucky hasn't been in the Final Four since 1998? How can that be? Are they still an elite team? Has the game passed them by?
Was it the Turkish Premiere league? Great competition, no wonder he is so good! But he must have been the only player NOT paid.
I hear Cal is going for an innovative defense, he is going to claim that Kanter has received FAR less compensation for playing basketball than any of his other recruits in the last five years!
You must spread some comments around before flaming the Moderators again.
Calipari has said that he thinks Kanter won't have eligibility issues, but Jeff Goodman claims that one of his sources says that Fenerbahce has proof that they paid Kanter up to 600K in his four years with the club. Obviously whether that is reliable information remains to be seen, but we do know that Findlay Prep and Mountain State Academy both backed off from him despite liking his personality and skills.
Freshmen dont win national championships.
I would prefer to have a team such as Duke, Butler, UNI, or Cal than almost any team that Calipari has ever been associated with.
“Those two kids, they’re champions,” Krzyzewski said of his senior leaders. “They’re trying to teach the other kids how to become that, and it’s a long road to become that.”
I wish (and it is only a wish) that the NCAA would turn into a real demon and make clear to the NBA players association (which is pretty much running everything) that one and done players will no longer be welcome in the NCAA. If John Wall or DeMarcus Cousins wants to go play in Europe for a year, fine, but not in the NCAA. I don't expect that the NCAA will man up and do that, but, as I said, it is a wish.
And while you may not care about the NBA, rest assured that many of our current players and recruits have that as a goal.
I am on board with that plan all the way. I don't think that the NCAA has the stones to take charge of the situation, though.