Very interested to see how his game has developed...
This is not intended to be a diss but how the heck can he be an 'impact' player? I always liked his upside as a big post presence/rebounder/defender but in no way shape or form did I ever envision him becoming an impact player or scorer.
ANF - America Needs Farmers - Thank God Iowa State produces-educates-supports them!
Wish him the best, I'm not going to hate on him considering he was one of many every year to leave under Creighton's coach. He didn't bash ISU when he left and it was probably better for him to use a bogus excuse than to rip on what was going on here.
Funny how so many people were ****** when he left, but now he's become some dud that will never amount to anything.
Frankly, Ham was main thing that was missing from our lineup this year that kept us from being competitive.
I don't blame Clone fans for not liking him, but there is no doubt we could have used him. Hamilton/ a Center as a no. 3 option makes for a good situation... Providing you have a no. 1 and a no. 2 option...
He would have helped JVB get some more open 3-point looks, and maybe provided Ejim with a chance not to play the 4 as frequently. Maybe the depth of having this one extra guy on the team allows players to rest a little instead of fading down the stretch.
I think Ham would have had an impact last year.
Since we are an elite team now, let's go get that One Cyclone Moment.
Make this one for the ages!
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