^^Anthony Hubbard hasn't proven he has changed at all yet, hell he just got to IC. Royce has been here a year without any problems and by all accounts has been a great leader and asset in practice for last years team and so far for this years team as well. Maybe Hubbard will turn his life around, but there is definitely more uncertainty there, especially given the degree of Hubbards crime (armed robbery is pretty serious).
I'm getting really fired up about this coming season. We have the tools, we have the talent, we have the coach. All we need is team chemistry. The Italy trip will help with that. No better way to get to know a group of people than by traveling with them.
I also like where RW's head is at. National champs? I don't want to get caught up in hype, but that's a bold prediction. I'm open to it.... Let's get it done!
I just hope we get to play Mich. St. at some time during this post season. As long as the NCAA doesn't schedule the game in E. Lansing, or Auburn Hills. I have this fantasy about playing them in K.C. or at the Qwest ctr. in Omaha. And of course a different officiating crew.
I love how he turned his life around. The only thing I wish is that his clean-up-my-life attitude would rub off on some of the younger troubled players.
I am assuming Royce is the de-facto leader now? The way he talks I hope so! Yes, I want him to share the ball and be a great assist leader but I hope, if he is as good as expectations, that he knows when to turn it on and get the points for his team. Take over the team (if hes the man in charge).
I'm not trying to be difficult, it comes naturally....
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