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Nice afternoon read from ESPN.com.
Andy Katz Blog on ESPN.com
If TJ and Lamb do what they need to do this summer, we will be tough to stop. Vast amounts of potential.
If Miller makes a similar leap to his senior year similar to what he did going into his junior year, along with Jones and Lamb making huge improvements, we might be BEYOND unstoppable...
I really like the sound of his maturation process. He turned down an opportunity many would kill for in representing his country to ensure cohesiveness with the newcomers. If he truly wants to become an all around player and a better leader he will spend the necessary time developing those attributes. And if he does he will steal the show from the star freshmen and other stat returning sophomores throughout college basketball. This is a very encouraging article. Good luck TJ and I hope you follow through and shine for a potentially all time great UK team.
Great article. Nice find, Fish. Based on the tweet exchanges that I have seen, I'd say they are bonding just fine.
Not bad. Thanks for the read. I'd like to have had a bit more in depth with TJ but it's all good. Katz is a big fan of Cal and seems to always have good things to say about him and his programs wherever that may be.
I'm glad to hear that TJ is looking at being the leader of this team and accepts it. Miller should be the leader but I just don't think he has it in him, short of it being thrust upon him. Miller has too much talent to be so dang passive. SMH.
Lamb, TJ, and Miller make for a very good core of players to be good role models for the incoming cats. This is going to be a fun group to watch. We could have a different leader in PTS, RBS, and blocks every single night with the balance this team will have.
Jones Davis and Gilchrist are gonna have a huge impact - who you gonna double-team?
Anyway he could spend one hour working with Hakeem Olajuowon?
TJ will be among the 5 best players in the country this year. Great all-around game, attitude, and leadership skills.
"Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm." ~ Emerson
The most intriguing aspect for me is how they're going to use combinations like Gilchrist, Jones and Davis at the same time. They're all so versatile, you can mix and match where each one is on the floor and cause all kinds of matchup problems.
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