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    Let my Fred's Posse Ride: Georges, Naz, Hogue, Bryce, Nader, Monte, Matt, and McKay.

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    ProBasketball:

    http://probasketball.about.com/od/nbadraft...ockdraft062.htm



    Curtis #45 to Pacers?



    Draft Express:

    http://probasketball.about.com/gi/dynamic/....php%3Fy%3D2006



    Curtis #58 to Mavs and Will rated as #57 to Timberwolves?



    NBA Draft.net:

    Will at #43 to New Orleans

    http://probasketball.about.com/gi/dynamic/...ww.nbadraft.net



    Point guard rankings draft express:Curtis is 9 and Will is 20
    1. Marcus Williams, PG, Connecticut
    2. Randy Foye, PG/SG, Villanova
    3. Jordan Farmar, PG, UCLA
    4. Sergio Rodriguez, PG, Spain
    5. Kyle Lowry, PG, Villanova
    6. Rajon Rondo, PG, Kentucky
    7. Mardy Collins, PG/SG, Temple
    8. Guillermo Diaz, PG, Miami
    9. Curtis Stinson, PG, Iowa St.
    10. Dee Brown, PG, Illinois
    11. Yotam Halperin, PG, Israel
    12. Jose Juan Barea, PG, Northeastern
    13. Justin Gray, PG/SG, Wake Forest
    14. Daniel Gibson, PG, Texas
    15. Carl Krauser, PG, Pittsburgh
    16. <span style="color:#236eb5">Bobby Brown</span>, PG, Cal-State Fullerton
    17. Acie Law, PG, Texas A&M
    18. Darius Washington, PG/SG, Memphis
    19. Mustafa Shakur, PG, Arizona
    20. Will Blalock, PG, Iowa St.
    21. Terrell Everett, PG/SG, Oklahoma
    22. Ivan Koljevic, PG, Serbia-Montenegro
    23. Daniel Horton, PG, Michigan
    24. Gerry McNamara, PG, Syracuse
    25. CJ Watson, PG, Tennessee


    Let my Fred's Posse Ride: Georges, Naz, Hogue, Bryce, Nader, Monte, Matt, and McKay.

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    I really liked this article for 2 reasons. 1) it was an honest, fair assesment, and 2) It was positive in both Curt&#39;s and Quincy&#39;s parts of the article. When Curt and Douby played each other at MSG as freshmen, i knew they were both special, but i thought Stinson was better. Douby may have come out on top (that still pisses me off) but i thought stinson was better. I havent seen Douby since but i knew his ppg was gettin up there towards the top. Good luck to both of them. Especially Stinson&#33;


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    I don&#39;t like a lot of these articles about Stinson and Blalock simply because they almost ALWAYS mention something about the two being overlooked and underrated....and they seem to insinuate the reason they are overlooked is because they played at Iowa State. Statements like that are not good for recruiting.


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    Changing the subject and I&#39;m not sure I even want to bring this up, but I&#39;m going to:



    The fact that Wayne Morgan had 2 NBA players (probably 3 with Rahshon) and we had the #10 seed in a very weak Big 12 speaks volumes for his coaching ability. More confirmation that the right move was made...



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    <div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(cycloneworld &#064; Jun 6 2006, 07&#58;40 AM) Quoted post</div><div class='quotemain'> Changing the subject and I&#39;m not sure I even want to bring this up, but I&#39;m going to:



    The fact that Wayne Morgan had 2 NBA players (probably 3 with Rahshon) and we had the #10 seed in a very weak Big 12 speaks volumes for his coaching ability. More confirmation that the right move was made...

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    The problem with Dad was he had no viable PLAN. The last time ISU had 2 NBA players in Fizer and Tinsley, the results were a little better.


    Let my Fred's Posse Ride: Georges, Naz, Hogue, Bryce, Nader, Monte, Matt, and McKay.

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    <div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(iowast8 &#064; Jun 6 2006, 07&#58;24 AM) Quoted post</div><div class='quotemain'> I don&#39;t like a lot of these articles about Stinson and Blalock simply because they almost ALWAYS mention something about the two being overlooked and underrated....and they seem to insinuate the reason they are overlooked is because they played at Iowa State. Statements like that are not good for recruiting. [/b][/quote]



    I would guess they would be overlooked more because they only played in 2 NCAA tournament games and their teams were never special enough to warrant attention. Had they been fighting for conference championships, made noise in the post season tournaments and played on a ranked teamm they may have been noticed.



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