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    State gym...

    today i was at state gym with a couple of friends and i saw dominique, diante, lucca, scott, hamilton, pomlee, charles, jamie all doing some 1 on 1 and 2 on 2 drills and i was very impressed with scott he could really drive it and shoot it. Harrison and Doug Mcd. were also playing in the drills.. it was a lot of fun to watch. O and craig was pretty much the only returning player not there.



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    Re: State gym...

    I've said it once and I'll say it again. I think Scott starts at the 2 next.

    We should get a Cybookie on who is going to start at the 2 next year...



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    Re: State gym...

    i saw craig with them yesterday there



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    hey i was there too! ha... i was the one rebounding for Boozer in the polo and black pants! yea i like scott too i think he has some great skill to possibly help. and this was the first day craig hasnt been there with the team



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    Re: State gym...

    craig probably had class. If he did was he there or did he skip that too...because we all know what it means if he did skip class a couple times


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    oh you did thats cool. i always see wes and clinton shooting together. and yeah scott seems to be pretty good so i wouldnt doubt that bout him possibly at 2.



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    Re: State gym...

    Not to turn the thread to hb. but isn't that a pre good sign



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    Re: State gym...

    how does scott look in comparison to petey.



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    Re: State gym...

    Quote Originally Posted by cyclonesyayaya View Post
    Not to turn the thread to hb. but isn't that a pre good sign
    I doubt it means too much, but it certainly isn't a bad thing...


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    Quote Originally Posted by cyclonesyayaya View Post
    Not to turn the thread to hb. but isn't that a pre good sign
    it means we are certainly still in the running, unlike what many people here think.

    of course i dont read to much into it because if i was him i would want to practice against the best competition i can to improve as much as possible.


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    well theres probly no question that scott is a better driver probly not shooter but i dont really know for sure bc ive only seen scott a couple times but scott is a great shooter



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    Re: State gym...

    Quote Originally Posted by cyclonesyayaya View Post
    Not to turn the thread to hb. but isn't that a pre good sign
    I’m pretty sure that if Duke was located in the same state and city he lived in, he would be at their gym before he would consider stepping foot on our courts…..


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    Quote Originally Posted by whirlybirds View Post
    I’m pretty sure that if Duke was located in the same state and city he lived in, he would be at their gym before he would consider stepping foot on our courts…..
    Duh. The guy isn't travelling across the country for a pickup game.

    From all accounts, he spends a lot of time with our players, and has a good relationship with them. Maybe that counts for something in the end, maybe not, but we have some sort of chance.


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    Re: State gym...

    I, too, don't read too far into this. However, if Harrison is the kind of young man everyone thinks he is, I have a hard time believing he's going to come on our campus and run drills with our team if we aren't at least in the running. I mean, just flat out using us with the intention of going somewhere else? I don't know Harrison, but I can't see him doing this. Doesn't guarantee he goes here, of course, but I promise he's not comfortable doing these things if he's heading out of state to play college ball.



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    Quote Originally Posted by isunorth View Post
    I, too, don't read too far into this. However, if Harrison is the kind of young man everyone thinks he is, I have a hard time believing he's going to come on our campus and run drills with our team if we aren't at least in the running. I mean, just flat out using us with the intention of going somewhere else? I don't know Harrison, but I can't see him doing this. Doesn't guarantee he goes here, of course, but I promise he's not comfortable doing these things if he's heading out of state to play college ball.
    i agree, nut he also could have devolped some good friendships with the ISU players. I play pick-up games with my friends but if somone where bigger and better wanted me i might leave.


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