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  1. I think the same could be said for Lander. Although different distractions, his focus is on being a TikTok star.
  2. No, his accountant. “If you ain’t Furst to get your tax refund , you’re last.”
  3. RP was a 2 guard playing out of position as a PG, with a backup PG (KL) on the bench. Yet, how many mpg were XJ and RP on the floor together?
  4. We only have two point guards, counting JHS. Can’t play him at the two and I have to believe a senior XJ will play 25-30 mpg
  5. If JHS can give a solid 10-15 mpg as the backup PG as a freshman, I'll be very pleased. I don't expect him to start.
  6. This team has a much higher upside if Geronimo and Bates can play their way into the starting lineup at the three and two spots. I actually have more confidence in JG at this point. I hope TB takes a big leap in the off-season, but we'll see. I've learned to not rely on freshman contributing much until they prove otherwise, so not counting on JHS and the rest of the crew yet. This was the report on TB after the Bahamas trip: Although he came off the bench, Bates was Indiana’s second leading scorer for the trip. He scored 14 points in 18 minutes in game one, and showed he is a threat from anywhere on the court. With good elevation and length, Bates doesn’t need much room to get his shot off, and he knows how to create the space to get those openings. Over two games Bates scored 23 points in 45 minutes while being efficient and taking care of the ball. He had just one turnover over the course of the two games, mainly because Bates doesn’t get sped up and doesn’t force the action. Instead the points came because his game is polished and well-rounded. He didn't show any of that the rest of the season. Hopefully he can recapture that game.
  7. From TDH interview with Woodson: “I am against the players that strictly uses the college sport just to get paid,” he said. “You know I think they’re going about it the wrong way if they do it that way.” “The NIL is there to pay players money, and if they can negotiate their money, I’m happy for them,” Woodson said. “But you come to college to get an education and play basketball. That to me is first and foremost, and if you think any other way, I don’t want you on our ball club. You can go somewhere else and do your thing.” “The portal changes the game in terms of how you navigate your team every season, because you’re going to have someone that’s going to be disgruntled that wants to leave,” Woodson said. “I tell the players, ‘If you don’t want to play for us, then you leave and I’ll find me somebody that would love to play and wear that uniform,'” Woodson said. For those players, Woodson has pretty much the same message he does for those who are prioritizing NIL money over basketball and education. Woodson acknowledged in Fort Wayne that at age 64, he doesn’t have a lot of time at Indiana to get this right. So his message is simple. In essence — thanks, but no thanks. https://www.thedailyhoosier.com/mike-woodson-to-disgruntled-money-first-players-you-can-go-somewhere-else-and-do-your-thing/
  8. "It's tough to make predictions, especially about the future“ — Yogi Berra
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