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2018/19 Schedule 4 months 4 weeks ago #277324

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I love conversations about playing an all local tournament. It means right around the corner is a discussion about going from Red Storm back to Redmen.

Can't Wait!
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2018/19 Schedule 4 months 4 weeks ago #277365

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The way things are going, I think we should just concede the next two years and open a discussion on the 2020-21 season.
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2018/19 Schedule 4 months 4 weeks ago #277435

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First I want to say that i think Mullin will get to the NCAA tourny, got the feeling we'll add to capable big that get the same as Owens 8.9pnts/6.5 boards per game.
But what if we don't at no tourny next year, do we still need patience with Chris, even after 4 years of nothing under Chris.
Now I'll be waiting for Beasts reaction to this, but there's no excuse in his 4th year.

Legend or not, your job as coach is to get the team win, earn your salary Chris.
Loyalty only gets you so far, eventually you'll have to start winning.

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2018/19 Schedule 4 months 4 weeks ago #277436

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I refuse to bite the cyanide, pull the trigger, or jump off the proverbial cliff—just yet.
Yes, Owens pulling a transfer on his grad-creds is a setback, but with luck—some good for once—we can move past this with hardly a belch.
Keita, Roberts, and Diakite, provide some level of ‘depth’ at the 4/5 slots, that while insufficient because of its unknown ‘quality’—is a starting point.
The Staff knows what it must do and I think they’ll bring in 1-2 bigs to complement Keita, Roberts, and Diakite.
We have time.
Let’s have some faith.
Let’s go Johnnies.
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2018/19 Schedule 4 months 4 weeks ago #277444

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oldschool Redmen wrote: First I want to say that i think Mullin will get to the NCAA tourny, got the feeling we'll add to capable big that get the same as Owens 8.9pnts/6.5 boards per game.
But what if we don't at no tourny next year, do we still need patience with Chris, even after 4 years of nothing under Chris.
Now I'll be waiting for Beasts reaction to this, but there's no excuse in his 4th year.

Legend or not, your job as coach is to get the team win, earn your salary Chris.
Loyalty only gets you so far, eventually you'll have to start winning.


Mullin & staff, I strongly sense, know next year is a critical one on court and replenishing roster with quality 19 players. Challenging year.

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2018/19 Schedule 4 months 4 weeks ago #277459

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Tariq would do well in Boeheim's zone and Marvin Clark's 3pt skills would have saved Michigan St. yesterday.

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2018/19 Schedule 4 months 4 weeks ago #277462

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fuchsia wrote: Tariq would do well in Boeheim's zone and Marvin Clark's 3pt skills would have saved Michigan St. yesterday.


Michigan St. couldn’t hit an open 3 if their life depended on it yesterday.

Speaking of MSU, Marvin Clark and Miles Bridges have identical styles of play on the court. It makes sense why he transferred out of there when he did.

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2018/19 Schedule 4 months 4 weeks ago #277468

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Chicago Days wrote: I refuse to bite the cyanide, pull the trigger, or jump off the proverbial cliff—just yet.
Yes, Owens pulling a transfer on his grad-creds is a setback, but with luck—some good for once—we can move past this with hardly a belch.
Keita, Roberts, and Diakite, provide some level of ‘depth’ at the 4/5 slots, that while insufficient because of its unknown ‘quality’—is a starting point.
The Staff knows what it must do and I think they’ll bring in 1-2 bigs to complement Keita, Roberts, and Diakite.
We have time.
Let’s have some faith.
Let’s go Johnnies.

Chicago, I just put my hand against my computer screen hoping that some of your optimism will rub off on me. :(
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2018/19 Schedule 4 months 4 weeks ago #277472

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redken wrote:

Chicago Days wrote: I refuse to bite the cyanide, pull the trigger, or jump off the proverbial cliff—just yet.
Yes, Owens pulling a transfer on his grad-creds is a setback, but with luck—some good for once—we can move past this with hardly a belch.
Keita, Roberts, and Diakite, provide some level of ‘depth’ at the 4/5 slots, that while insufficient because of its unknown ‘quality’—is a starting point.
The Staff knows what it must do and I think they’ll bring in 1-2 bigs to complement Keita, Roberts, and Diakite.
We have time.
Let’s have some faith.
Let’s go Johnnies.

Chicago, I just put my hand against my computer screen hoping that some of your optimism will rub off on me. :(


That’s funny red!
I’m as frustrated as you and many others on redmen.com are. LoVett’s desertion, the lack of depth, and Tariq’s Grad-transfer gimmick for greener pastures, are very tough to swallow.
I trust Mullin—despite many posters criticizing his ‘work ethic’. The guy’s college and NBA HOF career hinged totally on him eating gym floor wax all hours of the day and night.
As Paultz says—and I’ll paraphrase—CM and the Staff know that next year is critical for the future of St. John’s basketball (and probably their careers) and they are determined to complete the roster with quality players.
What’s that old Mets slogan?
“Ya Gotta Believe!”
It worked for them in ‘73.
Not happy about it red, but that’s me now.
We shall see.
Let’s go Johnnies.

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2018/19 Schedule 4 months 4 weeks ago #277501

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Chicago Days wrote:

redken wrote:

Chicago Days wrote: I refuse to bite the cyanide, pull the trigger, or jump off the proverbial cliff—just yet.
Yes, Owens pulling a transfer on his grad-creds is a setback, but with luck—some good for once—we can move past this with hardly a belch.
Keita, Roberts, and Diakite, provide some level of ‘depth’ at the 4/5 slots, that while insufficient because of its unknown ‘quality’—is a starting point.
The Staff knows what it must do and I think they’ll bring in 1-2 bigs to complement Keita, Roberts, and Diakite.
We have time.
Let’s have some faith.
Let’s go Johnnies.

Chicago, I just put my hand against my computer screen hoping that some of your optimism will rub off on me. :(


That’s funny red!
I’m as frustrated as you and many others on redmen.com are. LoVett’s desertion, the lack of depth, and Tariq’s Grad-transfer gimmick for greener pastures, are very tough to swallow.
I trust Mullin—despite many posters criticizing his ‘work ethic’. The guy’s college and NBA HOF career hinged totally on him eating gym floor wax all hours of the day and night.
As Paultz says—and I’ll paraphrase—CM and the Staff know that next year is critical for the future of St. John’s basketball (and probably their careers) and they are determined to complete the roster with quality players.
What’s that old Mets slogan?
“Ya Gotta Believe!”
It worked for them in ‘73.
Not happy about it red, but that’s me now.
We shall see.
Let’s go Johnnies.

Oh, we shall see all right. We shall see.:unsure:
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