@JayHawkFanToo Oh for sure agree with you about Frank out playing fox at this point. Did Fox being hurt play into this? yes it did to a certain extent anyways , I still believe Frank would of out played him even if he wouldn’t of got hurt.
People may question how I could think that -that’s a Valid question. My only train of thought is , that I believe SOME and SOME people never had believed Frank could do what he did - -but yet he walks away with every honor a player could have in his Senior yr of College-well let me clarify other then a National Championship - doesn’t mean he isn’t a really solid player - -as we know there are hundreds of very good players that walk away without a National Championship.
Is Frank an over achiever? Possibly , BUT I have or lean more towards I think Frank has put himself where he is because of his work ethic , His determination to make believers out of non-believers – Frank has had to prove himself from day one. - -I mean look at where this guy originally was going to play College ball. - -Talk about someone falling into our lap , and he more then exceeded expectations for everybody. I mean seriously , how many of us would of ever thought this guy would end up winning the Naismith award - the National player of the year voted by Coach’s and sports writers? - - -I Frank has this I’ll show you - I’ll prove to you I belong - -quite possibly that so called chip on his shoulder , and I believe he has proved he belongs in the NBA for GOD’S sake - I know he proved me wrong if you would of told me he would be on an NBA roster - - 4 -5 yrs ago I would ofsaid no way - -I’m glad me proved me wrong.
Frank is a guy that just shows if you put in the work - -you’ll reap the rewards , now I’m not sayin he is an NBA stud by any means -BUT I think he has more then held his own , at least so far and I believe he is right there with Fox for sure, thusly this is why I say I feel even if Fox didn’t get hurt I think Frank would of worked even harder and got those minutes - -he just has that bulldog approach. - Love me some Frank Mason - -just clutch. ROCK CHALK ALL DAY LONG BABY
The only date I mentioned was the one for Late Night in response to a request…and it was correct.
Whatever I’m not going on with this enough already holy shit -I was talking about more then just late night. - -Late night isn’t shit - -Again OFFICIAL START OF THE SEASON IS SEPTEMBER 25th PERIOD late night isn’t even a practice it’s a pickup game that’s it to feed the fans - ok time to move on
What strikes me about that, um, graphic, is that only two of those guys are recognizable names to the sporting world. Casual fans would probably only know Joel and Wigs. Not sure where the list of players came from, but I’d say Selden, or BMac might be better players than Tyshawn was, especially the pre 2012 Tyshawn and/or probably Svi too.
When you lose a lottery pick and best OAD ever at the program, the POY and an experienced, steady and smart 5th year senior…yes, rebuild year.
For some you just wouldn’t begin to imagine exactly just how much a team would miss someone such as Lucas. - -Not flashy , not a stud - but did pretty damn well right around double degit rebounds for most of the year - -scoring decent - just a solid player. - -A player when the team was asked at one point who they would rather have in the line up and it was - - Lucas - -ROCK CHALK ALL DAY LONG BABY
This game tonight is everything you should love about baseball.
dave armstrong voice WOW!
Wrong. A game requiring over 4 hours to complete isn’t what we should love about baseball. The Dodgers used 9, that’s the number after 8 for goodness sakes, 9 pitchers. The stupid manager takes his starter out after 4 innings! He’d given up one measly run. Then it’s a long parade of pitching changes. I know it was an extra innings affair, but still, 9 innings took like 3:30 to play. Too freaking long.
@mayjay Greatest game two in history. I get irked when people make such proclamations! Have they been studying all the game two’s in history? I don’t remember many game twos except for my game two in 2005. That was a fantastic game with a grand slam, a blown save and a walk off homer by a guy Scott Podsednik who hadn’t homered all year! Of course it was my Sox on the way to breaking their long drought.
I should say it was an entertaining game, I agree, but the Dodgers should be up 2 nil right now.
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