Discussion in 'The Tiger's Den' started by gumborue, Mar 9, 2004.
I guess we don't really know what went on, but I think I wouldn't take him back.
What do you think?
No....not a chance....
In our current situation, hell yea. Bass can't gaurd a big man like Lloreda can down low, see the Auburn game to illustrate my point.( their big guy had 29 I believe.
no; i wouldn't for two reasons:
1. if he is really hurt how can he help
2. if he isn't really hurt he's shown a lack of dedication to the team (i.e., in his mind there is "me" in the word team
jamie needs to also realize that in the nba.....you play hurt or you don't last very long.......
Like you said we really don't know what happened, but leaving was his descision and he should have to live with it. You can't let players just leave and come back as they choose. :geaux: :lsug:
I would take him behind the PMAC and kick my foot up his ass - then I would let him practice up until the first game of the tournament and then kick him off the team right before the game - and I would do it just like Donald Trump...
"Jaime, YOU'RE FIRED!"
you take that chance when you go the jc route.....college b-ball is at a crossroads.....alot of the "a" talent is going straight to the pros.....the "a" talent "f" iq is going the jc route....does this mean that the caliber of college b-ball is about to take a big time nose dive?
Not No, but F... NO! I'm glad the thug is gone. He won't do Jack in the NBA either. He's a PUNK.
Not only would I not take him back, I would not recruit anymore people of his character....
I think Bass can guard big men downlow he handeled Justin Reed n he did good against UK's big men.