Royce White or John Shurna

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  1. WillieWildcat

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    Who do you think will have the better NBA career? I think both will be very good and I'd give the slight edge to White, but I would be interested in hearing your opinions on the relative draft stock and potential careers of each player.
     
  2. bringmagicback

    bringmagicback Well-Known Member

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    John who? Whoever it is Royce would take his lunch money
     
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  3. enisthemenace

    enisthemenace Well-Known Member

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  4. Doc

    Doc Well-Known Member

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    John Shurna, the thin kid from Northwestern who absolutely killed us a few years ago. That being said, I don't even know if he'll have an NBA career.
     
  5. CycloneErik

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    This won't be close. Maybe Shurna could carry Royce's luggage or be a personal assistant for him or something. That would get him around the NBA.
     
  6. Hawkeye11en1

    Hawkeye11en1 Well-Known Member

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    He could probley do his taxes or something.
     
  7. gocubs2118

    gocubs2118 Well-Known Member

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    White boys can't play basketball.
     
  8. CycloneNation18

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    Royce will be a solid NBA player. He won't be a superstar, but he will be a very good role player for a winning team. Shurna if he plays professional basketball will play overseas. He'd never make it in the NBA.
     
  9. Wesley

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    Davis an NBA star? Sure, but other underclassmen choices questionable - NCAA Division I Mens Basketball - CBSSports.com News, Scores, Stats, Schedule and RPI Rankings

     
  10. isufan

    isufan Well-Known Member

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    This.
     
  11. cy1010

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  12. CycloneErik

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    I would never let a lowly porter do my taxes. Porters need to know their place.
     
  13. cyclonedave25

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  14. Wesley

    Wesley Well-Known Member

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    Let's put it this way: if you were a Lakers fan, who would you rather watch. A plugging skinny white guy or a super dunker, super passer muscles guy. My case rests.
     
  15. gocubs2118

    gocubs2118 Well-Known Member

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    Fred isn't white. Come on, we all know that.
     
  16. ISUonthemove

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    His shot looks the same as his mug.
     
  17. ISUChippewa

    ISUChippewa Well-Known Member

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    The OP may or may not be a "troll", but I like Shurna's game and I think he has a shot at being drafted, albeit likely in the 2nd round.

    He might look like a computer geek, but the kid can flat out play.
     
  18. marothisu

    marothisu Well-Known Member

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    John Schurna will not have an NBA career until he learns how to shoot the ball above his head. He will get his **** blocked all day long in the NBA.

    I've seen him play, in person, numerous times....he's not an NBA player right now. Not saying he's not a good player, but he's not an NBA player.
     
  19. enisthemenace

    enisthemenace Well-Known Member

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    With the exception of "I've seen him play, in person...", I agree with every word of this post.
     
  20. Tedcyclone

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    no brainer here, Royce
     

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