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    Re: Article concerning ISU recruiting NYC

    Quote Originally Posted by cyismydog View Post
    Thanks.

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    The 6’7″ forward feels comfortable with Coach Hoiberg’s style of play. “They’re not a position team, everybody is just a basketball player. Big guys are allowed to roam freely if possible and they run and gun which fits my athleticism.”

    I certainly want to open things up more than McD did. But I also don't want us to got to the other end of the spectrum.


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    Re: Article concerning ISU recruiting NYC

    i'd consider that quote evidence FH doesn't want to be labeled "system" coach, which can be tough to overcome in the recruiting world....as we all learned.....



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    Re: Article concerning ISU recruiting NYC

    Quote Originally Posted by CyinCo View Post
    Thanks.

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    The 6’7″ forward feels comfortable with Coach Hoiberg’s style of play. “They’re not a position team, everybody is just a basketball player. Big guys are allowed to roam freely if possible and they run and gun which fits my athleticism.”

    I certainly want to open things up more than McD did. But I also don't want us to got to the other end of the spectrum.
    Seems to me to be the perfect recruiting strategy. I'm sure there will be some structure to what they do, but its a great idea to pitch a kid on being able to play their own game; espcially given the fact these kids probalby didn't grow up running the flex offense.



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    Re: Article concerning ISU recruiting NYC

    Picking up some NYC ballers would be huge.

    This quote from Murphy stuck out to me
    “They’re not a position team, everybody is just a basketball player. Big guys are allowed to roam freely if possible and they run and gun which fits my athleticism.”
    Now I'm really curious to see how this actually works out on the floor. Maybe Hoiberg will find the next Hank Gathers and Bo Kimble and we'll be the next Loyola Marymount.



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    Re: Article concerning ISU recruiting NYC

    Quote Originally Posted by helechopper View Post
    Maybe we'll be the next Loyola Marymount.
    We can scrimmage with Grinnell College - shots up within five seconds!!!


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    Re: Article concerning ISU recruiting NYC

    As an aside, Pat Riley's "dream" concept for a team was five 6'9" (or there about) guys that could all play every position and were completely interchangeable on the court. Obviously, that is extremely difficult to establish at that level, but that was the concept.




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    Re: Article concerning ISU recruiting NYC

    Quote Originally Posted by khaal53 View Post
    As an aside, Pat Riley's "dream" concept for a team was five 6'9" (or there about) guys that could all play every position and were completely interchangeable on the court. Obviously, that is extremely difficult to establish at that level, but that was the concept.
    That's so crazy it might just work.



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    Quote Originally Posted by CyinCo View Post
    Thanks.

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    The 6’7? forward feels comfortable with Coach Hoiberg’s style of play. “They’re not a position team, everybody is just a basketball player. Big guys are allowed to roam freely if possible and they run and gun which fits my athleticism.”

    I certainly want to open things up more than McD did. But I also don't want us to got to the other end of the spectrum.
    The kid(s) say they like that. What's wrong with that??



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    Re: Article concerning ISU recruiting NYC

    Very excited about the possibility of bringing in New York kids to the program again. Some of our greatest success has happened with New Yorkers on the roster. Lets hope Coach Hoiberg can get the pipline going again.



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    Re: Article concerning ISU recruiting NYC

    Quote Originally Posted by Jack & Hilton View Post
    The kid(s) say they like that. What's wrong with that??
    Nothing as long as that is what gets put on the court. However, if we get kids here using that description of the offense and something else much more structured gets installed, I don't want kids transfering out.


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    Re: Article concerning ISU recruiting NYC

    Quote Originally Posted by cyismydog View Post
    Why would we want ANYONE from there?


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    Re: Article concerning ISU recruiting NYC

    Quote Originally Posted by khaal53 View Post
    As an aside, Pat Riley's "dream" concept for a team was five 6'9" (or there about) guys that could all play every position and were completely interchangeable on the court. Obviously, that is extremely difficult to establish at that level, but that was the concept.
    the golden state warriors did that a couple years back ... got them like a 6 seed in the west - I guess it kinda worked

    the jordan/pippen/harper/rodman bulls were pretty close 4 outta 5



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    Re: Article concerning ISU recruiting NYC

    Quote Originally Posted by CyinCo View Post
    Thanks.

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    The 6’7″ forward feels comfortable with Coach Hoiberg’s style of play. “They’re not a position team, everybody is just a basketball player. Big guys are allowed to roam freely if possible and they run and gun which fits my athleticism.”

    I certainly want to open things up more than McD did. But I also don't want us to got to the other end of the spectrum.
    Are you kidding me? Have you ever watched the Memphis Tigers run and gun. It's the most exciting way to play the game and it's tough to beat.



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    Re: Article concerning ISU recruiting NYC

    It's a great way to play but you have to have serious players. Memphis has had tons of talent. I think Hoiberg wants to run that style eventually but will probably be a little more selective with the shooting the first couple of years.



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