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"If you want the truth, ask me".
Posted: 2/26/2013 9:46 PM
Bryanth1a wrote: If I had one of these threads when I was played, I'd be in the NBA right now.Signed,Brandon Costner
Posted: 2/26/2013 10:16 PM
preacherfan80 wrote: Bryanth1a wrote: If I had one of these threads when I was played, I'd be in the NBA right now.Signed,Brandon CostnerFunny....but also some truth. Truth in that both players have gotten some serious negative juju thrown their way from the fans.
Posted: 2/26/2013 10:17 PM
RedTerror29 wrote: He certainly is. This team will go as far as Leslie takes them. Final Four or first round flop, he will be the single biggest factor.
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0newolf wrote: Unrelated to this thread but some insight to his personality and character... My son's current 5th grade teacher taught CJ in elementary school (or knew him well, not sure) and she asked him recently if he'd come visit her class - so he stopped in one day last week and hung out with her class at recess for no real reason. He played a little ball with them, chatted with them, and let the teacher take a class picture with him in the middle. Most of the kids are State fans and they were ecstatic - those that weren't really enjoyed it also. I don't think I've ever seen my son more excited when he got home from school than he was that day. Very nice thing to do - he could have been hanging out in his apartment with his friends or girlfriend and instead he came and did this just to be a good guy.
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gregpage wrote: Cj is definitely a talent, but he has so m uch underachieved that it's ridiculous, he should step up, or just accept the Joe Jackson-type punishment.
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sbofree wrote: Hey Drummer, I'm not sure I agree. I think Leslie is the driver and Brown is the straw that stirs the drink....maybe Howell stirs the drink and and Brown is the driver....maybe one can be "the catalyst". But with that one you'd have to bring Wood into the mix...maybe even Purvis. I got it...Leslie is the Key, Wood is the catalyst, Brown is the driver and Howell is the leader.
Posted: 3/3/2013 10:16 AM
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Posted: 3/3/2013 10:46 AM
Posted: 3/3/2013 11:04 AM
PicklePacker wrote: I keep waiting for Calvin to come out of the phone booth and be super Calvin like he was in last years postseason. I think he's putting too much pressure on himself. He wants to be the man. Just needs to let the game come to him and he'll get it going.
Posted: 3/3/2013 11:05 AM
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STINKHEAD wrote: I'm not so sure that we NEED Calvin doing anything. I think we're better with him on the bench.
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RaleighBound wrote: Calvin hit a rough stretch.
Posted: 3/3/2013 3:49 PM
Packster wrote: LOL. Everyone has awful games. Check out Mason Plumlee against Maryland or UVa. Seth Curry vs UNC. Shane Larkin at Clemson or WFU.Almost every player in college has bad games. Leslie hasn't underachieve any more than anyone else on the team. He just gets the blunt of the criticism because he's the most talented.
Posted: 3/3/2013 5:09 PM
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Bryanth1a wrote: Calvn will become the man when Pack fans no longer have to say....o when Calvin is engaged...o if Calvin plays to his potential...o when Calvin decides to play...o if Calvin plays under control...o when Calvin wants to...o if Calvin this...o when Calvin comes to play...Until then, Richard Howell is the man of this team. He's the most important player on the Pack's roster. He's our only dependable rebounder and he comes to battle every night despite his lack of height. Without him, we're screwed. /end thread/
Posted: 3/3/2013 8:47 PM
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Posted: 3/3/2013 9:37 PM
RedWolfRisingNOW wrote: I have to say he played very hard today.
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"Yesterday is history, tomorrow is a mystery, but today is a gift and that's why they call it 'the present', so enjoy it."--Alice Morse Earle via Mike Ditka
Posted: 3/4/2013 3:03 AM
Juardis wrote: STINKHEAD wrote: I'm not so sure that we NEED Calvin doing anything. I think we're better with him on the bench. good lord .... what a moronic opinion.
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