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If the twins leave, y'all are fecked. And I can't wait.

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View PostUK4Life, on 10 April 2014 - 09:30 AM, said:

Randle is the only one to declare. Eagerly awaited to hear the twins say they're staying. WCS and Young will no doubt leave.

The good tourney showing may have screwed y'all up. Before the tourney their stock had dropped so significantly the question wasn't whether or not they WOULD go, but whether or not they COULD go... or at least would it be worth it to go.

Then Cal did his little tweak, which I suspect amounted to him gathering the players around for a "come to Satan" meeting, and told them if they didn't play well together and unselfishly in the tourney they could all forget about getting drafted or drafted highly.

Then they went off in the tourney and brought their draft stock back up to where they might be attractive to pro teams again; be interesting to see what they do.
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View PostGatorUnvrsty, on 10 April 2014 - 10:06 AM, said:

The good tourney showing may have screwed y'all up. Before the tourney their stock had dropped so significantly the question wasn't whether or not they WOULD go, but whether or not they COULD go... or at least would it be worth it to go.

Then Cal did his little tweak, which I suspect amounted to him gathering the players around for a "come to Satan" meeting, and told them if they didn't play well together and unselfishly in the tourney they could all forget about getting drafted or drafted highly.

Then they went off in the tourney and brought their draft stock back up to where they might be attractive to pro teams again; be interesting to see what they do.
That is ridiculous. Im assuming it's sarcasm.

UCONN exposed the twins to there inability to play against smaller faster guards. Their lateral quickness is in desperate need of improving so i doubt they jump to the pros considering only one is a projected to be a late first rounder.
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View PostUK4Life, on 10 April 2014 - 11:23 AM, said:

That is ridiculous. Im assuming it's sarcasm.

UCONN exposed the twins to there inability to play against smaller faster guards. Their lateral quickness is in desperate need of improving so i doubt they jump to the pros considering only one is a projected to be a late first rounder.

Every college player that goes pro after only a year has 1 or more deficiencies, and could benefit from another year or 2 in college.

But the NBA has now adopted a habit of drafting on potential, and doing their own developing.

The twins aren't going to get any faster by being at UK, or in the NBA for that matter; and any lateral quickness improvements can be accomplished anywhere.

When they get drafted it'll be for their strengths, which are great height for their position... the drawback will be that quickness shortcoming, but every player comes with warts of 1 sort or another.
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View PostUK4Life, on 10 April 2014 - 11:23 AM, said:

Florida exposed the twins to there inability to play against smaller faster guards.

FIFY B)
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