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  1. He returned to the game. He's fine.
  2. Great point. It worked out well for us.
  3. I did have a problem with your analysis then, as evidenced by my initial response stating he could still go #1 overall. Calling me a homer is inaccurate. I'm a homer for SLU. Tatum passed on his chance to be a legend in this city. However, I cannot deny that he is a supremely talented basketball player.
  4. I don't really care about the draft boards you're seeing online, especially since you and others were "dropping" him after a dozen games played. An offensive talent like Tatum will be drafted closer to #1 overall than falling out of the lottery. He has been incredible the last two games and I fully expect that to continue.
  5. I had to revisit. These two posts will live on forever. Truly remarkable.
  6. Trains are coming back in the near future.
  7. You literally have no idea who Ford wants to stay or potentially leave. Just stop.
  8. That's really not uncommon for good high school players. Leech will be more than fine.
  9. You realize the transfers have already played in college, right? We can look at those results instead of arbitrary high school rankings.
  10. Well you better take out life insurance
  11. Mr. Ramey doesn't want anyone stealing his thunder (of course in reality it's his sons big announcement, but Mr. Ramey doesn't view it that way). I'll stop there. I think you get the point.
  12. n/a
  13. Stop. He still has a legit shot at being #1 overall.
  14. Probably because the walk on is better. Not starting/playing someone is totally different than asking them to leave the program. Comparing the two is foolish.
  15. Not at all. I didn't mean for it to come across that way. In fact, I could see that option becoming more popular. I'm just saying kids are less likely to leave college early if they don't believe they are ready to play in the NBA. I was specifically addressing why players like Perry Ellis and Franklin Mason stay the full 4 years.