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    Who do you guys think could be our next Jamal Tinsley? I think the person that has the best chance is Corey Mcintosh. Just like jamal he was a juco all star.



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    Watching the Capital City League so far, I think each of Corey McIntosh, Dodie Dunson, Mike Taylor and Wesley Johnson could have a shot at being the next Tinsley. All have had a couple great games but I have not seen much yet that seperates any one of them from the rest yet. Hopefully they all are..........



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    <div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(Cyclonesrule91 &#064; Jun 22 2006, 03&#58;03 PM) Quoted post</div><div class='quotemain'> Watching the Capital City League so far, I think each of Corey McIntosh, Dodie Dunson, Mike Taylor and Wesley Johnson could have a shot at being the next Tinsley. All have had a couple great games but I have not seen much yet that seperates any one of them from the rest yet. Hopefully they all are.......... [/b][/quote]



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    I would say all our guards have looked good so far. If they are all half as good as Tinsley I will be happy. My big concern is our bigs but at least GMAC has a name for developing big guys, let&#39;s hope he does his magic with ours.



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    Please learn to spell names right.

    Jamaal.



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    crosscyed thats kinda harsh way. I mean its TER-REL NOT TERREL. sorry.



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    Jamaal was one of a kind he was an absolute technition with the ball it was like his hand and the ball were one in the same. he would have averaged 20 assits a game had our players not been so amazed by him that they&#39;d stop and stare and then get hit in the chest with the ball before they came out of their trance. I don&#39;t know much about these guys but i do know that Jamaal "mel" Tinsley can be put on a pedistal of his own and distinguished as one of the most accomplished point gaurds in ISU history. i hope we will find a guard like Jamaal but ill settle for less because as isuhoops121 said even half of Tinsley&#39;s talent is good enough to play well in the big 12


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    There is no "next Jamaal Tinsley." His combination of strength, speed and court vision along with an unselfish attitude make him a one of a kind player. Cory McIntosh may be an alright pg, but he lacks the strength and size to bean outstanding pg in the big 12. We already have a disclaimer from GMac alluding to that fact.



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    I think the question is, who will be the next Justice Thigpen. Jamaal is in a world all by himself. We will be truly blessed if we find another like him. So revising the question, maybe McIntosh could be the next Thigpen if we&#39;re lucky.



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    tinsley in a world by himself? he was and is an oustanding player but we can never get any as good as him?



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    Tinsley is special & ISU was lucky to have him. There will always be more great players, but Jamaal was special, very special...


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    <div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(goonies_89 &#064; 06&#045;25&#045;06 1&#58;52 am) Quoted post</div><div class='quotemain'> tinsley in a world by himself? he was and is an oustanding player but we can never get any as good as him? [/b][/quote]

    I don&#39;t know if there isn&#39;t anybody as good as Tinsley out there. He was great, the win/loss record at ISU during his time was excellent, but without Fizer we failed to win a game in the tournament. Tinsley was great, but we&#39;ll see other Cyclones come and go and feel the same about them too.




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    <div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(pulse &#064; 06&#045;23&#045;06 8&#58;01 am) Quoted post</div><div class='quotemain'>
    I think the question is, who will be the next Justice Thigpen. Jamaal is in a world all by himself. We will be truly blessed if we find another like him. So revising the question, maybe McIntosh could be the next Thigpen if we&#39;re lucky.
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    LOL....that was obviously to tick me off..... [img]style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/laugh.gif[/img]



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    Yeah too often players are always compared to others. Take the NBA right now, D-Wade "the next jordan". Why cant he be the next d-wade?



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