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On a sad note, One Shining Moment was ruined IMO. Jennifer Hudson failed.

Bring back Luther Vandross
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Originally posted by SacRock14:
On a sad note, One Shining Moment was ruined IMO. Jennifer Hudson failed.

Bring back Luther Vandross

That song always gives me goosebumps when Luther sings it
Originally posted by crzy:
Somebody explain to me how Kentucky with five first rounders on their roster, and three lottery picks didn't win this tournament.

It doesn't make any sesne.

Cuz its March Madness baby!!!

gee, thanks a lot, now his voice is stuck in my head
Originally posted by crzy:
Somebody explain to me how Kentucky with five first rounders on their roster, and three lottery picks didn't win this tournament.

It doesn't make any sesne.

My guess is that it's the difference between recruiting the 'right' players versus recruiting the 'best' players.

-9fA
Originally posted by 9erfanAUS:
Originally posted by crzy:
Somebody explain to me how Kentucky with five first rounders on their roster, and three lottery picks didn't win this tournament.

It doesn't make any sesne.

My guess is that it's the difference between recruiting the 'right' players versus recruiting the 'best' players.

-9fA

The right players for the right system with the right understanding of what is needed from each and every single one of them in order for the team to win...

Without a doubt the most nonathletic basketball game I think I may have ever seen...I've seen 13 year olds more athletic than most of the guys out on the court tonight...s**t...
Duck Fook!!!!


But on a good note, ACC keeps stacking championships. f**king Mich State and that lucky shot!!!!
Originally posted by GameOver:
Originally posted by 9erfanAUS:
Originally posted by crzy:
Somebody explain to me how Kentucky with five first rounders on their roster, and three lottery picks didn't win this tournament.

It doesn't make any sesne.

My guess is that it's the difference between recruiting the 'right' players versus recruiting the 'best' players.

-9fA

The right players for the right system with the right understanding of what is needed from each and every single one of them in order for the team to win...

Without a doubt the most nonathletic basketball game I think I may have ever seen...I've seen 13 year olds more athletic than most of the guys out on the court tonight...s**t...

Don't you think it was due more to the defensive discipline both teams showed? There was hardly any room to display any athleticism.
Originally posted by crzy:
Somebody explain to me how Kentucky with five first rounders on their roster, and three lottery picks didn't win this tournament.

It doesn't make any sesne.

Why has Team USA ever lost a game?

Why didnt the Lakers win it all when they were stacked with payton, Malone, Shaq, Kobe?
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Actually I was thinking about this. I think basketball is the only sport where you can make a legit argument that a great college team could beat a bad professional team.

Particularly is that college team is playing winning basketball.

Sure the college team would be at a disadvantage athletically, but still, they could pull it off.

Can't say the same about the NFL.
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Originally posted by blizzuntz:
Originally posted by crzy:
Somebody explain to me how Kentucky with five first rounders on their roster, and three lottery picks didn't win this tournament.

It doesn't make any sesne.

Why has Team USA ever lost a game?

Why didnt the Lakers win it all when they were stacked with payton, Malone, Shaq, Kobe?

Because Shaq and Kobe didn't get along, Malone got hurt and was overrated. And Payton and Malone were past their prime.
Originally posted by crzy:
Somebody explain to me how Kentucky with five first rounders on their roster, and three lottery picks didn't win this tournament.

It doesn't make any sesne.

I'm guessing experience. Three of their starters were freshmen. Or maybe overconfidence. We'll never know.
Originally posted by crzy:
Originally posted by SacRock14:
On a sad note, One Shining Moment was ruined IMO. Jennifer Hudson failed.

Bring back Luther Vandross

That song always gives me goosebumps when Luther sings it

CBS is getting ripped today for that ugly One Shining Moment.
Oliver Purnell, formerly the Head Coach from Clemson, is now the new Head Basketball coach here at DePaul University. No big deal for anyone other than myself probably.

Hopefully this scrub can restore order... Anything is better than Issah Thomas... jesus I can't believe we interviewed that guy... Reggie Theus was also in the running whom I would have rather had.
I think chemistry is a HUGE factor. That takes time, obviously that's something you risk giving up when you're recruiting 1 and done players.