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Discussion in 'Big XII Conference' started by jflattery, Apr 6, 2018.
He will not hire an agent - KU's tweet makes it seem like he will not come back.
Romeo Langford, come on down.
Professional career in what? Surely not basketball, right?
Kansas' back court next year...woof
He is #73 on this 2018 board. He has some work to do...
Langford is pretty optomistic, still think Indiana is the favorite.
Vick is pretty much a lock to be gone from the rumors. Considering the transfers who will be eligible it maybe better to just have those guys play and not lose time to them.
Self will get back to his preferred 90's style post based offence... Really isn't a knock, play to your strengths.
I think he is gone. Also think they have a very good chance to get Langford. Sounds like he will announce at the end of the month.
Would be a bummer to miss out on him.
Keith Langford's foot was on the line.
This is deeper than it seems at first blush. Looks to me like Self has had enough of Vick.
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Lagerald Vick will forego his senior #kubball season to go pro. Bill Self: "I believe the time is right for him to move on, explore his options as a professional and see what develops."
The female population in Lawrence is having a good Friday
It seems like the Lawsons should be able to fully replace Vick's production as it pertains to off-court drama.
I'm sure everything will go off without a hitch.
They gotta get some help at guard or they'll end like Michigan State or Duke this year. Just not enough guard play to really be as good as they should have.
37.8 mpg, 17.3 ppg Devonte Graham
34.5 mpg, 14.6 ppg Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk
33.1 mpg, 12.1 ppg Lagerald Vick
31.6 mpg, 14.2 ppg Malik Newman
5.5 mpg, 0.7 ppg Clay Young
That is 72.7% of scoring and 71.3% of minutes
KU rarely has a season where they dont have to replace at least 50% of their scoring. Only once in recent years. We replaced 80% after '13 and 86% after '08.
How'd the end up those two seasons?
These two in a far worse place given there situations.
30.7 mpg, 15.4 ppg Jeffrey Carroll
26.9 mpg, 13.1 ppg Kendall Smith
23.8 mpg, 8.5 ppg Michell Solomon
25.7 mpg, 9.7 ppg Tavarius Shine - going pro
19.9 mpg, 6.3 ppg Brandon Averette - Transfer
14.6 mpg, 3.7 ppg Yankuba Sima - going pro
That is 73.6% of their scoring and 70.8% of their minutes.
Texas Tech losses:
29.5 mpg, 17.6 ppg Keenan Evans
20.5 mpg, 7.5 ppg Niem Stevenson
20.6 mpg, 6.2 ppg Zach Smith
14.0 mpg, 5.4 ppg Tommy Hamilton IV
21.4 mpg, 5.1 ppg Justin Gray
That is 55.7% of the scoring and 50.3% of the minutes
If 28.4 mpg, 11.3 ppg Zhaire Smith stays in the draft
That is 71.2% of the scoring and 67.2% of the minutes
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