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Feb 25th 2011 1:23PM The Ducks are really building an athletic tradition which may challenge USC's dominance in football and maybe UCLA's basketball tradition. WOW, you may think me crazy or my vision distorted. I do not live in Oregon nor have I ever liked any Duck team of the past. Their focus and campus location enhance their recruitng results. I know that most will disagree with my views and they are entitled to their opiniums as I am to mine. GO DUCKS!!!
Feb 23rd 2011 9:40PM Chaz, Thinking about your comments I have to agree. The Knicks are a work in progress. The Lakers were very smart to get gasol and lose shaq. Their reorginization was skillful. The Knicks are on the same page but it is not happening overnight. It will take time.
Feb 23rd 2011 2:24PM The knicks have a superior offense of two great players. What worries me is the remaining three players. They need upgrading but how they will do that puzzles me. Knick management will be true heroes if they complete the team. Nevertheless I love the trade and the Knicks are doing their best. GO KNICKS
Feb 23rd 2011 2:13PM wow! the nets actually tried to do something. The truth is that this trade is far worse than it appears. Deron was an all-star, now his skills have deteriorated to the point he isn't a third string player. The nets are in shambles with no idea how to stop their tumble.
Feb 22nd 2011 12:15AM I like the trade. The 3 starters the Knicks parted with are reasonably decent players but so are the players they are picking up. Somehow they need 2 position players, I don't know how they will get them, if they do, watch out for the knicks, we are talking ring time.
Feb 19th 2011 1:23PM All the trades and movement of players in the nba is designed for big market success. Iseah did his damndest to ruin the knicks but with a change of personnel they have made a surprising turnaround. I am positive Carmelo will bring new energy to team but will it carry through the playoffs. I hope the knicks get him, they desrve a break.
Feb 14th 2011 11:38AM It is not that S.D. State doesn't have a lot of students, it is the sport's history of the school. They play in a so-so arena, they have had a great year so far but they are not tested every night like the big 10 or the big east. these schols have huge venues, more students. State still has a small school legacy and will disappear when march arrives.
Feb 13th 2011 8:55PM rankings are very sujective, like what's better vanilla ice cream or chocolate? I find myself leaning towards Ohio state. They seem solid at every position, good coaching and a tough schedule but with all that they have lost only one close game.
Feb 13th 2011 8:47PM I have always viewed demarcus as a selfish athlete. At kentucky in the last ncaa tournament game for them, he walked on the floor like he was a king and expected the other players and coaches to bow before him. He is talented and has the physical tools to become a force in the nba but he must blend in, work hard and let his game develope accordingly. The coach is being hard on him but that is probably best at this stage. I hope everything gets right for demarcus.
Feb 12th 2011 6:41PM san diego state-boise state- two small schools, weak schedules-a couple of decent players and a has-been coach spells a first round knockout.