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#1 Cj2008nw

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Posted October 15, 2012 - 10:32 PM

1.Kentucky
This has to be another loaded team
PG: Ryan Harrow I've been a fan for 3 years now so happy he got accepted to play for kentucky he has great court vision scary athleticism for his size and a great outside shot and wingspan for defense
SG: Archie Goodwin another player I'm not too familiar with but a 5 star recruit
SF:Alex Poythress: another player I'm not too familiar with but a 5 star recruit
C: Willie Cauley: another player I'm not too familiar with but a 4 star recruit
C: Nerlens Noel is a monster on defense with limited offensive skills from the research I've done I didn't know anything about him till he committed to kentucky

2. NC State
Lorenzo Brown is a monster he really came on strong towards the end of last year great scoring guard
C.J. Leslie: he reminds me of K.G. so much it's not even funny but he's very athletic and should have improved since last year
Rodney Purvis: I really like this kid he is a fearless SG who isn't afraid to take big shots and is a great ISO player from what I've seen

3:Baylor
Duece Bello: another player I have kept tabs on for a couple years his Freshman year was not good at all hopefully he has improved since Last year
Isaiah Austin: the number 2 overall Center in his recruiting class

4.UCLA
Kyle Anderson: I reallly like this kid he has incredible court vision for a 6'7" forward and has a lot of potential to be a good player but needs to work on his shooting and his athleticism
Shabazz Muhammed: This guy is the real deal and is currently Nerlen Noel's only competition for the Number 1 overall pick... he's a great player and is NBA ready body but haven't seen much of his shooting just really athletic and really good at finishing at the rim


Atleast these are the teams I will keep my eye on this upcoming NCAA college Basketball year

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Posted October 17, 2012 - 01:50 PM

Kentucky will actually lose some games early. But, they should be in great shape by mid-December and will make another deep tourney run.

Indiana should be very good. I'm not as sold on Louisville as some are.

I would enjoy seeing a strong UCLA team again. It's fun to have strong teams on the West Coast.

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Posted October 19, 2012 - 02:39 PM

Kentucky will actually lose some games early. But, they should be in great shape by mid-December and will make another deep tourney run.

Indiana should be very good. I'm not as sold on Louisville as some are.

I would enjoy seeing a strong UCLA team again. It's fun to have strong teams on the West Coast.



You really think Coach Cal won't bring them the best record again?

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Posted October 20, 2012 - 06:17 PM

You really think Coach Cal won't bring them the best record again?


Lose games early = losing perhaps to Maryland and Duke. They may still go 14-2 in SEC, followed by a deep tourney run.


Cal is great, but this the first time he has ZERO returning veteran leadership.

When he got to Lexington, Patrick Patterson was a junior.

The next year, DeAndre Liggins was a senior, Josh Harrelson was a senior and Darius Miller was a junior.

Last year, he had Miller (4 year senior) and Jones (sophomore).

This year, he has a transfer point guard (Harrow) and Kyle Wiltjer as returning players. He doesn't have anyone on his team who has ever started a game for the University of Kentucky.

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Posted October 20, 2012 - 10:18 PM

Lose games early = losing perhaps to Maryland and Duke. They may still go 14-2 in SEC, followed by a deep tourney run.


Cal is great, but this the first time he has ZERO returning veteran leadership.

When he got to Lexington, Patrick Patterson was a junior.

The next year, DeAndre Liggins was a senior, Josh Harrelson was a senior and Darius Miller was a junior.

Last year, he had Miller (4 year senior) and Jones (sophomore).

This year, he has a transfer point guard (Harrow) and Kyle Wiltjer as returning players. He doesn't have anyone on his team who has ever started a game for the University of Kentucky.


But the talent is there and Anthony Davis lead that team last year

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Posted October 21, 2012 - 07:02 PM

But the talent is there and Anthony Davis lead that team last year


Right. But Davis led a team that had a 5th/6th man who was a senior and had a Sophomore who could have been a top 10 pick the previous season. Players who had played in a FF the previous season.

They will have trouble right out of the gate. No shame in that.

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Posted October 28, 2012 - 07:50 PM

Ohio State is another team to look out for

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Posted October 28, 2012 - 11:53 PM

Ohio State is another team to look out for

Who did they recruit?

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Posted November 11, 2012 - 02:17 PM

Louisville is another good team with Siva still there




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