By Thomas Beisner on ©August 16th, 2011 @ 7:00pm
Posted in Blue Blooded Opinions | 26 Responses
Yum! Center Legends Game
Rondo and Wall get 40 assists and Josh and Cuz get 80 points
How big is the crowd–in #’s?
Hy from Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic…..What is the real problem with the lights u are telling….
Anyone know if this game is streaming anywhere online? we were able to get it in louisville online at wkyt.com last night from Rupp.
is this game on the radio?
The Pros better win tonight or else Joe B. Hall’s legend has been tarnished forever.
Matt….How many people do u think are in the Arena
bung was first. it’s not a party without bung!
I’m here it’s a packed house… Sosa and Garcia got booed… Again….we played the first quarter in the dark because the yum center didn’t pay their electric bill
Where’s BCG when you need a tough win?
Just wanted to give props to one of the greatest pieces of investigative journalism the sports world has produced in a long time–a must read. Also wanted the UofL trolls to be reminded once again that the great recruiting guru Clint Hurtt was one of the coaching stoolies this rat booster had in his pocket. It makes me grin….again, and again.
Get ’em Pros!
Following the dominican team live from BB in DR. Come on everybody supprot us!!
Louisville coach Clint Hurtt is named in the Yahoo article. Ruh-Roh UL trolls.
Anyone know pros free throw stats?
This is why I dislike pro Bball there’s just no heart in the play. Like college ball.
16. How can u say there is no heart in the play of college basketball? Have u not watched UK the past couple of years especially. These guys didn’t even grow up UK fans and gave everything they had. It’s hard for me to argue against your point of no heart in the pros though…..it’s extremely rare.
What a joke. Nice game hicks.
Stay tuned for the Genesis Diamonds Coaches blog…
@16, what you’ve just said is one of the most insanely idiotic things I have ever heard. At no point in your rambling, incoherent response were you even close to anything that could be considered a rational thought. Everyone in this room is now dumber for having listened to it. I award you no points, and may God have mercy on your soul.
I love all of these players for coming back and helping out cal and wanting to come back to KY when there is nothing going on here. They love uk so why don’t we all show them the love! Sone I think are returning to school since the lockout is continuing. We should be Proud! P.s. Bogans was sons very first jersey in a long line of new ones almost every year. Thanks boys!
17. Calm down, Sally. I think he was saying there isn’t heart in the play like college basketball. I think a lesson of why good grammar skills, or even 3rd grade level grammar skills, are important in life.
17. Calm down, Sally. I think he was saying there isn’t heart in the play like college basketball. I think this is a lesson of why good grammar skills, or even 3rd grade level grammar skills, are important in life.
@22,23 easy to attack someones grammar on a blog… you must be proud
Most players do not play for the team they grew up being a fan of. The no heart thing is true. Most college kids are out for one thing money. How many players as UK lost to the NBA in two years? There are quite of few players that are not even born in the USA. As for the lights I guess as fans we can not afford the Yum center’s bills. I love that Coach Cal is in love with Sosa
#24: I wasn’t attacking. I, unlike you, actually understood what he was trying to say. I originally wasn’t going to comment, but since a few of you were not getting the point figured I would offer my input (hopefully clearing things up for you.) My point holds true, proper punctuation would of made things more clear, and would of saved you a pair of undershorts. As for attacking in general, you called him an incoherent idiot…the irony is thick.
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