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    Five Questions: With Matt Abdelmassih


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    Re: Five Questions: With Matt Abdelmassih

    Good interview, thanks!



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    Re: Five Questions: With Matt Abdelmassih

    good stuff c-dub. you are a champion....even though i didnt appreciate the ban. the guy told me to bleep off. i had to say someting wise back.




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    Re: Five Questions: With Matt Abdelmassih

    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisMWilliams View Post
    I have proved it's possible to be higher than 100%. Becasue after this interveiw, if i love this guy 100%, and i love hoiberg more than anything, that means I love Hoiberg 100.00099999999999999999999999% or something



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    Re:Five Questions: With Matt Abdelmassih

    Very nice work there! One complaint- I think you need to up it to 80 questions or so. We've got a lot of time on our hands here Chris.


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    Re: Five Questions: With Matt Abdelmassih

    I get more excited about Okoro everyday!!


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    Re: Five Questions: With Matt Abdelmassih

    Certain basketball "experts" took a lot of flack from a lot of posters (including possibly a little by me) for saying that NBA draft scouts were concerned about Royce's anxiety issue. Coach Abdelmassih seems to be validating that. We should probably all take a step back before going on the attack when we hear something we don't like.

    It's hard to not like ACMA. I have a feeling that once he gets a chance to do more of the hands on coaching we won't get to have his services for too much longer. When he takes the next step for his career, I hope we all thank him and wish him well rather than attacking him for a perceived lack of loyalty. In my work, I feel it is my responsibility to develop those who work for me. I have been successful when they take the next step, whether it is a promotion in our organization or in another organization.

    Nice interview, CW; thanks.


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    Re: Five Questions: With Matt Abdelmassih

    Quote Originally Posted by VeloClone View Post
    Certain basketball "experts" took a lot of flack from a lot of posters (including possibly a little by me) for saying that NBA draft scouts were concerned about Royce's anxiety issue. Coach Abdelmassih seems to be validating that. We should probably all take a step back before going on the attack when we hear something we don't like.

    It's hard to not like ACMA. I have a feeling that once he gets a chance to do more of the hands on coaching we won't get to have his services for too much longer. When he takes the next step for his career, I hope we all thank him and wish him well rather than attacking him for a perceived lack of loyalty. In my work, I feel it is my responsibility to develop those who work for me. I have been successful when they take the next step, whether it is a promotion in our organization or in another organization.

    Nice interview, CW; thanks.
    Oh, they'll definitely want to know more about Royce's issues, but I agree with Coach that they'll come away very impressed with his personality, intellect and demeanor.



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