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    "This is the most severe the talk has been since I've been here," said Thomas, who will be a junior. "If that was to be the case and I hope it's not -- whoever steps in, we can still do something special.
    "If it happens that Fred were to leave and I hope he stays -- we will stick together. We're super-talented, no matter what. We can do something special next year."
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    Re: Cool Story on Fred

    "And why would Hoiberg risk his career track that seemed destined to make him an NBA general manager — he was already the No. 2 man at the Timberwolves — for a mediocre college program that hadn’t even made the NCAA tournament in five years?:"

    This quote hurts my feelings but truth does that. Great article.



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    Re: Cool Story on Fred

    Quote Originally Posted by bos View Post
    "And why would Hoiberg risk his career track that seemed destined to make him an NBA general manager — he was already the No. 2 man at the Timberwolves — for a mediocre college program that hadn’t even made the NCAA tournament in five years?:"

    This quote hurts my feelings but truth does that. Great article.
    Right in the feels.



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    Re: Cool Story on Fred

    only staying 20 years...great where is Fred going next?



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    Re: Cool Story on Fred

    Wonder if he laid out his strategy for recruiting transfers during that first meeting with JP. Sure does seem like he was ready.



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    Re: Cool Story on Fred

    That was a good article. Fred is soooo Dreamy.



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