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    Erick Green to the Jazz! Congrats!!

    Jay Bilas just ripping our bball team in his analysis though, saying Green was exhausted having to do it all for a terrible team. Sad but true... anyway, congrats to Erick!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zanderhokie View Post
    Jay Bilas just ripping our bball team in his analysis though, saying Green was exhausted having to do it all for a terrible team. Sad but true... anyway, congrats to Erick!
    Bilas has dissed us ever since we broke in to his league. Never misses a chance to be critical.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zanderhokie View Post
    Jay Bilas just ripping our bball team in his analysis though, saying Green was exhausted having to do it all for a terrible team. Sad but true... anyway, congrats to Erick!
    Even though he's a Pukie, Bilas is generally accurate in his player analysis, as well as telling things the way they are.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hokiefan5 View Post
    Even though he's a Pukie, Bilas is generally accurate in his player analysis, as well as telling things the way they are.
    Well, we will see about Erick. At 25 per game and already knowing what it take to play 90% of the minutes every game, plus his continuous improvement through four seasons, I think he is being short-changed. We will see within two seasons.

    Plus, how many times tonight did you hear the phrase "trouble off the court" associated with the guys picked ahead of Erick? Lots...that's how many. At the NBA level its about skills and mental focus and I think Erick has both.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tallahasseehokie View Post
    Bilas has dissed us ever since we broke in to his league. Never misses a chance to be critical.
    Bilas is one of, if not, the best analyst ESPN has for college basketball. He's a lawyer by trade and lays out the facts, good or bad about anyone. Shame he was franchised so he can't do the NCAAT anymore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hoosnowahokie View Post
    Bilas is one of, if not, the best analyst ESPN has for college basketball. He's a lawyer by trade and lays out the facts, good or bad about anyone. Shame he was franchised so he can't do the NCAAT anymore.
    All decent lawyers lay out fact...many of them are facts in their minds only and some are lies to protect their clients. If he is so good why not run an NBA team?

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