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The HPER court 1 cheaney henderson Reynolds my roommate and  I controlled it all night. What an amazing evening one of my greatesy memories (sober ones) from college. Glad my roommate was on our team so i wasnt the worst player.  Rarely did i ever see Calbert miss a shot just shooting around ir even when guarded by average guys like us.

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3 hours ago, Billingsley99 said:

The HPER court 1 cheaney henderson Reynolds my roommate and  I controlled it all night. What an amazing evening one of my greatesy memories (sober ones) from college. Glad my roommate was on our team so i wasnt the worst player.  Rarely did i ever see Calbert miss a shot just shooting around ir even when guarded by average guys like us.

What an awesome experience to have had!! 

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I got to know Calbert my senior year (his junior).  He was a super human being.  One day toward the end of the semester we met after not having seen each other in awhile.  He asked what I'd been up to, and I said I had been getting ready for graduation, and that I needed to start looking for a real job.  He nodded and said "Yeah, I guess I'll be in the same boat next year"  at which point I started laughing.  Calbert asked what was so funny, and I asked if he had ever heard of the NBA Draft, or a lottery pick.  He grinned and said "I hope so, but nothing is guaranteed, and I have to have a back  up plan".  Crazy thing is, he was sincere, he was genuinely humble.  It was a pleasure to get to know him, and it's clear he hasn't changed one bit.

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7 hours ago, Muddy River said:

I got to know Calbert my senior year (his junior).  He was a super human being.  One day toward the end of the semester we met after not having seen each other in awhile.  He asked what I'd been up to, and I said I had been getting ready for graduation, and that I needed to start looking for a real job.  He nodded and said "Yeah, I guess I'll be in the same boat next year"  at which point I started laughing.  Calbert asked what was so funny, and I asked if he had ever heard of the NBA Draft, or a lottery pick.  He grinned and said "I hope so, but nothing is guaranteed, and I have to have a back  up plan".  Crazy thing is, he was sincere, he was genuinely humble.  It was a pleasure to get to know him, and it's clear he hasn't changed one bit.

A great story.  Can't say it enough.  It's first hand stories like this, and member's willingness to share, that makes one of the things I love about HSN, so special for me. 

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