I don't make a habit of hanging out too much on the Hawk board, but considering the game is in 24 hrs. I went over there and found this post: It just illustrates the black & gold colored glasses some fans look through. This poster was taken to task by some there for its premise. I love watching Gorney, his body always seems to be a second behind his brain.
Gorney vs. HansbroughReply What makes them so different? I actually think Gorney looks athletic and moves pretty well. When he runs the court he looks athletic, plus he has a nice looking shot. Hansbrough's coaching isn't so much better that he has become an All American, he was obviously good before he went to college. Not trying to be a goof here, I really think Gorney has the physical ability. Is he just slow from side to side?
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Forever trying to find a cure for the Dunning-Kruger Effect.
Comedy at its finest there! Gorney looks athletic? He runs well? The guy who wrote this must have been the nerd in Gym class who everyone drills with the dodgeballs. Gorney runs like its painful for him to do so. He is not even honorable mention big 10, let alone all american. Just another Hawk fan making a less than great player (more bad than anything) sound as if they are the best of their kind. See Drew Tate
Lol, the first time I read it I didn't catch the "What makes them so different?" part. Disregard, that's a stupid post by a typical Hawk fan.
While we're at it though....is there really that big of a difference between Andrew Skoglund and Shaq? I mean, they're around the same height. If Andrew added 40 pounds of muscle, became more athletic, assertive, and confident....what's the diff?
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