I think Clones21 should be put out of his misery for even implying that there may be any ounce of similarity between Hoiberg and Calipari. The only thing that they have in common is that they coach D1 basketball.
That's like saying the Charles Manson and Tim Tebow have the same recruiting philosophy.
Anyone think this is a recruiting pitch? I know Royce has a family to take care of, but maybe Fred told him to go because it helps Fred in the long run. It helps telling recruits *Cough Pelle Cough* "Hey I had a kid come in and play one year and he went Pro." Something to ponder....
CHIEF WIGGUM has been CAGING FREE DONUTS FROM THE KWIK-E-MART & GETTING DRUNK OFF THE BEER HE CONFISCATES FROM HIGH SCHOOL KIDS for years now. What makes you think CLONES21 won't do that? COPS are going to be COPS.
Last edited by CYlent Bob; 03-21-2012 at 01:49 PM.
Reason: CYlent Bob had to focus his scorn into one laser-sharp beam.
"Correct me if I'm wrong, Scotty.......but if I kill all the golfers, they'll lock me up and throw away the key!" Carl Spackler
Coach Cal's been doing it for years now. What makes you think Fred won't do that? Coaches are going to be coaches.
Because Cal just replaces them all with equal or better talent. Right now it seems to me that Royce would be our best player on the team next year - without a debate. So, you don't tell your best player to go pro if you don't think he is ready for a "recruiting pitch." Fred either has word that Royce will go higher than expected or Fred told Royce where he'll go and Royce is good with it.
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