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  1. Black people also commit violent crimes at a much, much higher rate than white people. I remember reading somewhere that when you account for that white people are actually more likely to be shot by police. I don't know if that's true but it's probably close to accurate. From Wikipedia: HomicideEdit According to the US Department of Justice, African Americans accounted for 52.5% of all homicide offenders from 1980 to 2008, with Whites 45.3% and "Other" 2.2%. The offending rate for African Americans was almost 8 times higher than Whites, and the victim rate 6 times higher. Most homicides were intraracial, with 84% of White victims killed by Whites, and 93% of African American victims were killed by African Americans.[49][50][51] In 2013, African Americans accounted for 52.2% of all murder arrests, with Whites 45.3% and Asians/Native Americans 2.5%. Of the above, 21.7% were Hispanic.[52][53] Blacks account for the majority of gun homicide victims/arrestees in the US while Whites account for the vast majority of non-gun homicide victims/arrestees. Of the gun murder victims in the United States between 2007–2016, 57% were black, 40.6% white (including Hispanic), 1.35% Asian, 0.98% unknown race and 0.48% Native American. RobberyEdit According to the National Crime Victimization Survey in 2002, robberies with white victims and black offenders were more than 12 times more common than vice versa.[61][62]
  2. Garcia to Marquette. Brooks to UK. Tom Crean to be fired. Clifton to transfer. Garland to Vandy. Dolson as AD. We could go on forever. And with Romeo I said all along that if he announced at NA it was IU. Tim was saying they were going to announce at the McDonald's game in Atlanta which meant not IU to me.
  3. Yeah but he knew that this girl was waaaay out of his league from the get go.
  4. If he's eligible for the 2021 draft he'll be in it. Guaranteed.
  5. Grant was offered the opportunity to stay on an academic scholarship right? He just wouldn't have been on the team. But he was never playing anyways so not much difference IMO. I have no sympathy for him.
  6. Yeah you're probably right. He said Billy Donovan was definitely in Bloomington and also said Lander was a Louisville lock.
  7. He was also saying Brooks to UK was a done deal back when the insiders here said he was an IU lock.
  8. If you don't think Jerome will be a lot more ready this season I don't know what to tell you. Race is literally the most unlucky player ever if he gets hurt again.
  9. Well be really didn't have much choice. If Jerome had been 100% and Race wasn't constantly injured I doubt Justin gets nearly as many minutes.
  10. He honestly should go to GA. He's already good defensively and he won't have to do any of that there. He'll be free to run and gun and jack 3s all game which is apparently what he wants.
  11. Well with the addition of Lander and Jerome getting back to full strength I believe Archie was planning on playing Jerome at the 3 or a 3 guard lineup mostly.
  12. It's more of a bashing of Tom Crean. Most just don't want any player associated with Crean anywhere near the program.
  13. Definitely need to add a grad transfer. If not TJD, Joey, and Race better stay healthy.
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