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Re: NCAA 10/11

por Sardo Numsi » 17 Jun 2011, 11:04

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Re: NCAA 10/11

por 72-10 » 17 Jun 2011, 11:10

¿Burks, Selby, Jordan Williams y Travis Leslie con U1st?

Joer, si que se está expandiendo el imperio Lavodrama-Vila.
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Re: NCAA 10/11

por Blackney » 17 Jun 2011, 11:30

posyanilosé escribió:
Blackney escribió:Toca ir reflotando el post de Desembarco NCAA. :D

¿Howard a Biella?

Ni idea, parece que están interesados en él. Sé que ficharon a Aubrey Coleman (Houston) para los últimos partidos, se encontraba libre porque el campeonato turco había finalizado antes, y gustó tanto que lo renovaron antes de que se marchase a Estados Unidos.

En otro apartado de cosas, Saint Louis se ha hecho con el canadiense Grandy Glaze que ya se había comprometido con UNLV pero con la marcha de Lon Kruger prefirió cambiar de destino. ¿Tenéis alguna referencia sobre él?
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Re: NCAA 10/11

por KYS » 17 Jun 2011, 11:43

Blackney escribió:En otro apartado de cosas, Saint Louis se ha hecho con el canadiense Grandy Glaze que ya se había comprometido con UNLV pero con la marcha de Lon Kruger prefirió cambiar de destino. ¿Tenéis alguna referencia sobre él?

No,pero espero que no sea de Vancouver en hockey :D

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Re: NCAA 10/11

por J.J Redick » 17 Jun 2011, 11:46

GRANDY GLAZE

STRENGHTS

•super high motor
•ability to run the floor
•strength
•work ethic

WORK IN PROGRESS

•ball handling
•jump shot
•go to low post move


Un saludo :wink:

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Re: NCAA 10/11

por sasha gondzic » 17 Jun 2011, 11:57

J.J Redick escribió:GRANDY GLAZE

STRENGHTS

•super high motor
•ability to run the floor
•strength
•work ethic

WORK IN PROGRESS

•ball handling
•jump shot
•go to low post move


Un saludo :wink:


Esto es una forma elegante de decir que es un cacho de carne con ojos. De manual, ademas. No lo digo por ti Agus, obviamente, sino por quien la haya hecho.
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Re: NCAA 10/11

por Blackney » 17 Jun 2011, 21:06

Gracias JJ. He encontrado una especie de highlights en Youtube.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rNgZyElPgto

Tras un sesudo análisis highlightero puede asegurar que les vendrá bastante bien a los Billikens. :D
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Re: NCAA 10/11

por PRSURF » 17 Jun 2011, 23:13

Me dicen que Kevin Young Morales se fue a Kansas :) :? ...de echo a estado jugando en la liga Sub 21 de Puerto Rico poniendo unos numeros de escándalo, un Deron Washington cualquiera.
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Re: NCAA 10/11

por Manti Te'o » 17 Jun 2011, 23:30

Craso error. Es muy malo y en Kansas no va a jugar nada. En Loyola podía aver seguido mejorando porque tiene potencial físico/atlético y poco a poco se le veían mejores pero otro que abandono el barco de Loyola junto al freshman que era max anotador que ahora no me acuerdo como se llama. Le vi en la sub 19 o sub 20 de PR con Fontan, Rosario y alguno más de ese nivel en NCAA y se notaba que era un jugador para jugar a un nivel inferior, no creo que juege en Kansas aunque tampoco esque haya gran cosa por Kansas ahora con la marcha de los Morris.
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Re: NCAA 10/11

por PRSURF » 17 Jun 2011, 23:40

Manti Te'o escribió:Craso error. Es muy malo y en Kansas no va a jugar nada. En Loyola podía aver seguido mejorando porque tiene potencial físico/atlético y poco a poco se le veían mejores pero otro que abandono el barco de Loyola junto al freshman que era max anotador que ahora no me acuerdo como se llama. Le vi en la sub 19 o sub 20 de PR con Fontan, Rosario y alguno más de ese nivel en NCAA y se notaba que era un jugador para jugar a un nivel inferior, no creo que juege en Kansas aunque tampoco esque haya gran cosa por Kansas ahora con la marcha de los Morris.
Ese es el problema, que no esta para un equipo como ese, ademas de que el no es PF, es un alero tipo Tyshawn Prince o algo, guardando las distancias monumentales, me parece que hizo mal, hasta hoy pensaba que se habia ido a San Diego St., pero ya veo que perdio todo este anio para irse a Kansas, buej...todavia tiene 20 anios, esperamos que consiga un sitio en Kansas.
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Re: NCAA 10/11

por carmelomvp » 17 Jun 2011, 23:50

No se si le interesará a alguien pero yo lo pongo:
Gonzaga transfer Manny Arop is headed to Indiana State - per source. Quality pickup for Greg Lansing and the Sycamores
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Re: NCAA 10/11

por Bias » 18 Jun 2011, 15:49

Georgia Tech basketball player Brian Oliver has decided to transfer, leaving the Yellow Jackets with eight scholarship players for coach Brian Gregory’s first season.
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Re: NCAA 10/11

por 72-10 » 19 Jun 2011, 20:25

Han cortado a 13 la lista de USA del U-19 de Letonia.

Named as a finalist for the USA U19 World Championship squad were: Keith Appling (Michigan State/Detroit, Mich.); James Bell (Villanova/Orlando, Fla.); Anthony Brown (Stanford/Huntington Beach, Calif.); .); Jahii Carson (Mesa High School/*Arizona State/Phoenix, Ariz.);Tim Hardaway, Jr. (Michigan/Miami, Fla.); Joe Jackson (Memphis/Memphis, Tenn.); Jeremy Lamb (Connecticut/Norcross, Ga.); Meyers Leonard (Illinois/Robinson, Ill.); Khyle Marshall (Butler/Davie, Fla.); Javon McCrea (Buffalo/Newark, N.Y.); Doug McDermott (Creighton/ Ames, Iowa); Tony Mitchell (North Texas/Dallas, Texas); and Patric Young (Florida/Jacksonville, Fla.).


Equipo tipo el de hace 2 años que tan bien funcionó. Dos o tres jugadores destacados como Mitchell, Young o el jugoncete de Memphis y después chavales con coco que sepan jugar en equipo, como el de Butler o McDermott, que siendo hijo de entrenador tonto no debe ser.

Por cierto, ¿sabéis si Valanciunas jugará este torneo? Por un lado leí que lo estaba preparando, y por otro entro en el hilo de plantillas del Eurobasket y sale.
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Re: NCAA 10/11

por Manti Te'o » 19 Jun 2011, 21:41

Y una plaza se la estan jungado Appling y Bell. Asi de primeras los mejores o más hechos me parecen Lamb, Hardaway y Brown.
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Re: NCAA 10/11

por Manti Te'o » 27 Jun 2011, 18:18

Pobre chaval, va a quedar tocado de por vida si sobrevive.

A standout Indiana high school basketball player with the promise of playing at the University of Michigan is fighting for his life after surviving the second plane crash of his young life.

Austin Hatch, 16, of Fort Wayne, Ind., remained in critical condition Sunday in a northern Michigan hospital after the Friday evening crash that killed his father, Dr. Stephen Hatch, and his stepmother, Kim. Austin and his pilot father had survived a 2003 crash that killed Austin's mother and two siblings.

Dan Kline, Hatch's coach at Canterbury School in Fort Wayne, told The Associated Press on Sunday that Hatch is in a drug-induced coma as he struggles to recover from his injuries. Doctors plan to bring Austin Hatch out of his coma Monday, he said.

"He never talked about (the previous crash) one time," Kline said. "I'm sure he carried it inside."

Kline told The Associated Press that the next 24 to 48 hours are going to be critical, and described Austin as an A student who is physically and mentally strong -- someone "who can handle things."

"He's a very mature young man," he said. "You'd never know he was 16 years old."

The teen was "the apple of his dad's eye," and Stephen Hatch took great delight and pride in his son's athletic accomplishments, Dr. G. David Bojrab, a colleague and close friend of Austin's father, told The Associated Press.

Austin, a junior at Canterbury, committed earlier this month to play basketball at Michigan, where his father and mother went to school.

"We are saddened to hear about another tragedy that has affected the Hatch family," Michigan coach John Beilein said in a statement. "Austin needs as much support right now as possible and I know he will be in the thoughts and prayers of the Michigan family during this difficult time."

Canterbury School said in a statement Saturday to "keep Austin and his family in your thoughts and prayers."

The NCAA said it was offering support to Michigan in the wake of the accident.

"The NCAA already is working with the university to ensure it has the opportunity to provide support during this difficult time," NCAA spokesman Erik Christianson told ESPN.com in an email Monday morning.

Austin Hatch told the Journal Gazette of Fort Wayne for a story published last week that he talked to Beilein by phone and accepted a full-ride scholarship. It was the first day that NCAA coaches could call recruits for the 2013 class, the newspaper said.

"It was a very special moment for me," Hatch told the newspaper. "There was no reason to wait. There's nothing I don't like about their program, and I couldn't turn it down."

A relative, Jason Bowersock of Fort Wayne, said Sunday evening that doctors planned to begin taking Austin off of the coma-inducing drugs on Monday afternoon, while closely monitoring his neurological signs as he regains consciousness.

"Everyone at this point remains very hopeful. All the doctors have been very positive and hopeful given his age and strength. All his other signs are great," he said.

Bojrab said the Hatches were flying to their summer home on Walloon Lake in Michigan's northwestern Lower Peninsula, where Stephen Hatch and his brothers all owned property, when his single-engine Beechcraft A36 Bonanza flew into a garage near the Charlevoix Municipal Airport. It was the same home Stephen Hatch and the family were returning from nearly eight years ago when they crashed in Indiana.

"He was such a strong proponent of flying and teaching people to fly. ... I think he felt compelled to continue his passion," said Bojrab, a partner with Hatch in Pain Management Associates in Fort Wayne.

"He felt compelled to show people that accidents do happen. He didn't want people to look in the other direction."

A 2005 federal report on the September 2003 crash found inaccurate preflight planning resulted in the plane not having enough fuel. The National Transportation Safety Board determined a utility pole the airplane hit during its forced landing, a low ceiling and dark night also contributed to the crash.

Bojrab said his friend disputed the report's findings, believing equipment failure caused the crash.

"When he crashed, it was an inferno, which makes you wonder how he could have been out of gas," Bojrab said.

Hatch saved Austin, but his other children -- Lindsay, 11, and Ian, 5 -- died along with his wife, Julie, 38.

"His wife and two children were in flames and he was never able to reach them," Bojrab said. "Steve reached over to his son who was sitting in front with him and tossed him out the window to save his life."

Bojrab said Stephen Hatch had planned to go to Spain to celebrate his parents' 50th wedding anniversary with the rest of his family, but canceled the trip to spend time with Austin and his adult stepchildren.

"Steve was a very big family man," Bojrab said.

Another of his passions was Smith Field Airport, a small, historic airport near Fort Wayne. Bojrab said Hatch led a campaign several years ago to save it and bought the Smith Field Service Center and its flight school.

"He saved the property from being developed commercially," Bojrab said, adding that Hatch was instrumental in getting it on the National Register of Historic Places.

The National Transportation Safety Board had investigators at the crash site Saturday. NTSB spokesman Keith Holloway said he expected a preliminary report within 10 days and a final report determining a cause within 18 months.

Holloway said Sunday the wreckage was being moved to a hangar at the airport and the lead investigator expected to complete the onsite investigation within a few days. There was no immediate indication of what caused the crash, Holloway said
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Re: NCAA 10/11

por Soy-yoS » 27 Jun 2011, 18:26

Manti Te'o escribió:Pobre chaval, va a quedar tocado de por vida si sobrevive.

A standout Indiana high school basketball player with the promise of playing at the University of Michigan is fighting for his life after surviving the second plane crash of his young life.

Austin Hatch, 16, of Fort Wayne, Ind., remained in critical condition Sunday in a northern Michigan hospital after the Friday evening crash that killed his father, Dr. Stephen Hatch, and his stepmother, Kim. Austin and his pilot father had survived a 2003 crash that killed Austin's mother and two siblings.

Dan Kline, Hatch's coach at Canterbury School in Fort Wayne, told The Associated Press on Sunday that Hatch is in a drug-induced coma as he struggles to recover from his injuries. Doctors plan to bring Austin Hatch out of his coma Monday, he said.

"He never talked about (the previous crash) one time," Kline said. "I'm sure he carried it inside."

Kline told The Associated Press that the next 24 to 48 hours are going to be critical, and described Austin as an A student who is physically and mentally strong -- someone "who can handle things."

"He's a very mature young man," he said. "You'd never know he was 16 years old."

The teen was "the apple of his dad's eye," and Stephen Hatch took great delight and pride in his son's athletic accomplishments, Dr. G. David Bojrab, a colleague and close friend of Austin's father, told The Associated Press.

Austin, a junior at Canterbury, committed earlier this month to play basketball at Michigan, where his father and mother went to school.

"We are saddened to hear about another tragedy that has affected the Hatch family," Michigan coach John Beilein said in a statement. "Austin needs as much support right now as possible and I know he will be in the thoughts and prayers of the Michigan family during this difficult time."

Canterbury School said in a statement Saturday to "keep Austin and his family in your thoughts and prayers."

The NCAA said it was offering support to Michigan in the wake of the accident.

"The NCAA already is working with the university to ensure it has the opportunity to provide support during this difficult time," NCAA spokesman Erik Christianson told ESPN.com in an email Monday morning.

Austin Hatch told the Journal Gazette of Fort Wayne for a story published last week that he talked to Beilein by phone and accepted a full-ride scholarship. It was the first day that NCAA coaches could call recruits for the 2013 class, the newspaper said.

"It was a very special moment for me," Hatch told the newspaper. "There was no reason to wait. There's nothing I don't like about their program, and I couldn't turn it down."

A relative, Jason Bowersock of Fort Wayne, said Sunday evening that doctors planned to begin taking Austin off of the coma-inducing drugs on Monday afternoon, while closely monitoring his neurological signs as he regains consciousness.

"Everyone at this point remains very hopeful. All the doctors have been very positive and hopeful given his age and strength. All his other signs are great," he said.

Bojrab said the Hatches were flying to their summer home on Walloon Lake in Michigan's northwestern Lower Peninsula, where Stephen Hatch and his brothers all owned property, when his single-engine Beechcraft A36 Bonanza flew into a garage near the Charlevoix Municipal Airport. It was the same home Stephen Hatch and the family were returning from nearly eight years ago when they crashed in Indiana.

"He was such a strong proponent of flying and teaching people to fly. ... I think he felt compelled to continue his passion," said Bojrab, a partner with Hatch in Pain Management Associates in Fort Wayne.

"He felt compelled to show people that accidents do happen. He didn't want people to look in the other direction."

A 2005 federal report on the September 2003 crash found inaccurate preflight planning resulted in the plane not having enough fuel. The National Transportation Safety Board determined a utility pole the airplane hit during its forced landing, a low ceiling and dark night also contributed to the crash.

Bojrab said his friend disputed the report's findings, believing equipment failure caused the crash.

"When he crashed, it was an inferno, which makes you wonder how he could have been out of gas," Bojrab said.

Hatch saved Austin, but his other children -- Lindsay, 11, and Ian, 5 -- died along with his wife, Julie, 38.

"His wife and two children were in flames and he was never able to reach them," Bojrab said. "Steve reached over to his son who was sitting in front with him and tossed him out the window to save his life."

Bojrab said Stephen Hatch had planned to go to Spain to celebrate his parents' 50th wedding anniversary with the rest of his family, but canceled the trip to spend time with Austin and his adult stepchildren.

"Steve was a very big family man," Bojrab said.

Another of his passions was Smith Field Airport, a small, historic airport near Fort Wayne. Bojrab said Hatch led a campaign several years ago to save it and bought the Smith Field Service Center and its flight school.

"He saved the property from being developed commercially," Bojrab said, adding that Hatch was instrumental in getting it on the National Register of Historic Places.

The National Transportation Safety Board had investigators at the crash site Saturday. NTSB spokesman Keith Holloway said he expected a preliminary report within 10 days and a final report determining a cause within 18 months.

Holloway said Sunday the wreckage was being moved to a hangar at the airport and the lead investigator expected to complete the onsite investigation within a few days. There was no immediate indication of what caused the crash, Holloway said
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Joder que triste, en serio. Escalofríos me han dado. Pobre chaval... dos accidentes con 16 años. Perdiendo a su familia... Una locura.
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Re: NCAA 10/11

por Fab Five » 28 Jun 2011, 15:53

Kentucky le acaba de ampliar el contrato 2 temporadas mas a Calipari, hasta el 2019 a razon de 36.5$ millones con 31.7 garantizados.

Si alguien se lo merece es el, ojala este año gane el titulo.
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Re: NCAA 10/11

por Bias » 01 Jul 2011, 23:08

Matchups against perennial national powers North Carolina, UCLA and Temple highlight the 2011-12 University of Texas basketball non-conference schedule released today
The contest against the Owls marks the beginning of a home-and-home series, in which Texas will travel to Philadelphia during the 2012-13 season.

Texas, Duke, Villanova, Puerto Rico Tipp-Off, ¿Maryland?... como siempre interesante calendario non-conference el nuestro.
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Re: NCAA 10/11

por Bias » 08 Jul 2011, 13:54

Former Georgia Tech swingman Brian Oliver announced via Twitter on Wednesday that he is transferring to Seton Hall.
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Re: NCAA 10/11

por PRSURF » 08 Jul 2011, 16:46

Tanto que se hablaba que podía ir a una universidad grande, decidió ir a uno de tiene un paisano, Carmelo Betancourt va a Akron con Alex Abreu.
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