Glad his lack of effort makes him look like a stud in the Sun Belt.
he's a hard worker now...wasn't when he was here, he thought he could get away on athleticism alone.
Looks like Hoiberg kicking him off was the best thing to happen to him though as he realized if he wants to be a good player he had to work harder.
That said he'd start on our team this year if he would be as good as he is at Middle Tennessee St.
would be a pretty nice lineup
Originally Posted by ISUME
I would say an important skill that great leaders have is knowing their own abilities. They are usually really good at one aspect but are not afraid to bring in an expert in another area. The opposite can be said for terrible leaders who tend to "know everything" and insist on having their hands on everything.
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