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    Rashon Clark!!!

    Is anyone out there as stoked as I am that Rashon stayed and will be a Cyclone next season? It seems everyone is so focuse on the players who are leaving that nobody is saying anything positive about our best player who stayed. Rashon is a human highlight reel and next season should be fun. Go Clones!!!


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    Re: Rashon Clark!!!

    Yes!!! We really need Rashon to be working on his ball handling skills and develop the abililty to take a guy off the dribble and create his own shot. He really has very limited ability in that area today. If he develops that part of his game we will be a tough team to play in spite of the transistion. If Rashon wants to play in the NBA it is critical for him to develop that part of his game. The closest Rashon came last year to creating a shot off the dribble was his infamous hooking of the OU player in the final minute of the game. When he can take a guy off the dribble with out mugging him, look out.


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