banner

Mason Plumlee Update

Return to Forum
Oldest First
  • 903 Hail Providence Dec 26, 6:46 p.m.
    Veteran

    You have a wonderful history. It's your now that's not so great.
    - Posted by BogeyBoy

    Now, as in today -- per espn.go.com...

    UNC: 16 players on active NBA rosters
    dook: 15 players on... View More

    — Posted by kato_karma3.2

    15 players on active NBA rosters

    16...

    http://basketball.realgm.com/ncaa/conferences/Atlantic%20Coast%20Conference/1/Duke/31/NBA_Players

  • kato_karma3.2 Dec 26, 6:42 p.m.
    Pro

    You have a wonderful history. It's your now that's not so great.
    - Posted by BogeyBoy... View More

    Now, as in today -- per espn.go.com...

    UNC: 16 players on active NBA rosters
    dook: 15 players on active NBA rosters

    Q: Why did booger-boy cross the road?
    A: Because he was always getting picked on.

    BA-HA-HA-HA-HA-HA-HA!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • 903 Hail Providence Dec 26, 6:41 p.m.
    Veteran

    ^
    so did Robert McAdoo.

    (no further retorts to 903 dookie homer -- he crossed the line some time... View More

    — Posted by kato_karma3.2

    so did Nick Arison...

    http://www.nba.com/heat/contact/directory_narison.html

    Nick Arison, who has been associated with successful teams on every level of basketball and has been a part of championships with the Miami HEAT, Duke University and USA Basketball, enters his 11th year as a full-time member of the HEAT organization and his third as Chief Executive Officer.

    Arison began his basketball administrative career while attending Duke University. He spent four seasons as team manager of the Blue Devils men’s basketball team and was named the head team manager during his senior year. Over that four-year span, Arison became the only team manager in Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) history to be a part of four straight ACC Championships and was a manager for Duke’s 2001 NCAA National Championship team.

  • 903 Hail Providence Dec 26, 6:38 p.m.
    Veteran

    he crossed the line some time ago with his comments about Dean

    liar...

  • kato_karma3.2 Dec 26, 6:36 p.m.
    Pro

    ^
    so did Robert McAdoo.

    (no further retorts to 903 dookie homer -- he crossed the line some time ago with his comments about Dean)

  • 903 Hail Providence Dec 26, 6:33 p.m.
    Veteran

    ^
    yawn...

    kato accounted for wrinkle-head flopper (dookie homerism tends to blind)...Green's... View More

    — Posted by kato_karma3.2

    Earlier you said "in the NBA, relevancy equates to playoffs.."...

    Battier won his 2nd ring in 2 years last year. Nothing more relevant than winning rings...

  • kato_karma3.2 Dec 26, 6:31 p.m.
    Pro

    ^
    yawn...

    kato accounted for wrinkle-head flopper (dookie homerism tends to blind)...Green's overall playoff achievement last season > wrinkle-head flopper.

    Barnes and booze's playoff contributions last season pretty much balance out.

    that leaves Lawson + Felton, which are > than dung's playoff contributions last season.

  • 903 Hail Providence Dec 26, 6:22 p.m.
    Veteran

    yawn...

    in the NBA, relevancy equates to playoffs...

    which dookies made any noise in last... View More

    — Posted by kato_karma3.2

    in the NBA, relevancy equates to playoffs..
    which dookies made any noise in last year's playoff???


    are you joking or just not bright? Without Battier, the Heat probably don't win the finals last year...

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/06/21/shane-battier-miami-heat-game-7-three_n_3476431.html

    Battier made a postseason, career-high six three-point field goals as he scored 18.

    "The guy has won at every single level - high school, college, pro and that's not a coincidence. He has something running through those veins that separates him, makes him a little bit different as a champion."

    It was a Battier three, early in the third quarter that gave Miami a four-point cushion, setting the tone for the second half and igniting the crowd and another of his trademark long-range baskets that made it 88-82.

    Dwyane Wade, who claimed his third NBA championship with Miami, having been part of the 2006 title-winning team, said Battier's display epitomised the way in which the Heat's supporting cast had made a key contribution.

    "In Game Six it was Ray Allen with the big shot and obviously last year Mike Miller had an unbelievable performance," he said.

    "Shane was unconscious. He's just a big-time player. You want that for Shane so bad.

    "He is going to go down as one of my favourite team-mates of all time just by being the guy that he is.

    "And we needed it. We needed every inch of what everybody gave".

  • kato_karma3.2 Dec 26, 6:05 p.m.
    Pro

    yawn...

    in the NBA, relevancy equates to playoffs...

    which dookies made any noise in last year's playoff??? wrinkle-head flopper plus dung and boozed (who were on the same team)

    for unc??? Lawson, Barnes, Greene, Felton.

    stick with the dookie homerism...

    you wear it well, booger.

    ba-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • BogeyBoy Dec 26, 5:54 p.m.
    Sports Legend

    hehehehe... you said booger. You must be the funniest guy on the playground at recess with that... View More

    — Posted by BogeyBoy

    yawn...

    basically, the only real differentiator between the two programs currently is a former... View More

    — Posted by kato_karma3.2

    You may wish to believe it's all about Kyrie Irving and he's certainly the best player in the league out of either school. But it's deeper than that. After Lawson you don't have another player averaging over 12.7 ppg in the league this year. Meanwhile Duke has Redick, Henderson, Deng, and Boozer. So out of the alumni both schools have put in the league 5 of the top 6 scorers are Dukies.

    When it comes to rebounding Plumlee1 and Boozer are both ahead of Henson followed by Deng and McRoberts. So out of the alumni both schools have put in the league 4 out of the top 5 are Dukies.

    In assists it's Lawson, Irving, Felton, McRoberts, and Deng so Duke has 3 out of the top 5.

    Stick with the name calling... anything beyond that and you're just embarrassing yourself.

Oldest First

Please to post.

  • World Series: Kansas City vs. San Francisco

    Tonight at 7:30 on FOX50

  • NFL: San Diego at Denver

    Tomorrow at 8:25 pm on WRAL-TV

  • ACC: North Carolina at Virginia

    Saturday at 12:25 pm on WRAL-TV

  • World Series: San Francisco Giants at Kansas City Royals

    Tonight at 8:00 on 99.9 The Fan

  • NFL: San Diego Chargers at Denver Broncos

    Tomorrow at 8:25 pm on 620am

  • NHL: Carolina Hurricanes at Calgary Flames

    Tomorrow at 8:30 pm on 99.9 The Fan

Scoreboard
Local
Final
WIN 3
CAR 1
Final
KAN 1
SFG 7
8:07pm Tonight
KAN
SFG
 
Final
MIA 90
HOU 85
Final
MIN 107
IND 89
Final
OKC 91
UTA 105
Final
DEN 75
POR 93
Final
LAL 108
PHO 114
Final
GSW 125
LAC 107
7:00pm Tonight
ORL
HOU
 
7:30pm Tonight
BOS
BRK
 
7:30pm Tonight
NYK
WAS
 
8:00pm Tonight
MEM
CLE
 
8:00pm Tonight
MIL
MIN
 
8:30pm Tonight
SAN
ATL
 
10:00pm Tonight
LAL
POR
 
10:30pm Tonight
LAC
PHO
 
Final
LALAF 55
ARKST 40
Final
NJD 3
NYR 4
Final
BOS 5
SJS 3
Final
NYI 2
TOR 5
Final
MON 2
DET 1
Final
NAS 4
ARI 3
Final
WIN 3
CAR 1
Final
CHI 4
PHI 0
Final
DAL 6
VAN 3
Final
COL 3
FLA 4
Final
CAL 1
TAM 2
7:00pm Tonight
OTT
TOR
 
8:00pm Tonight
PIT
PHI
 
9:30pm Tonight
EDM
WAS
 
10:30pm Tonight
ANA
BUF