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Article written by Jack Pilgrim

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14 responses to “Ashton Hagans and Tyrese Maxey are like “two dogs with one bone” in practice”

  1. mashman 93

    Jack I need it man!!! Where is the podcast??? Great work as usual though.

    1. mashman 93

      Thanks man, you guys get it done man! GO BIG BLUE!!!

  2. maximumscott

    Maxey isnt smiling

  3. BlueBanker18

    Hagans, Quickley, and Maxey on the court together will basically have the opposing team running suicides. Can’t wait to see that.

  4. Theverystableneverobstructingpowerabussivelessnondictatorpresedenttrump

    That’s how I feel right now with the corrupt news media(thanks Puntski) and the traitor government(thanks Kimmy J) over this perfectly good back scratcher phone call. Everyone knows that the branches of government answer to the president and that all media outlets are supposed to be state tv.

    1. RVaCat

      Come on, man. Check the politics at the sign in.

    2. catsarerunnin

      Yes because Matt does…

    3. Ned T.

      Xanax is not a four-letter word. Try some.

    4. Theverystableneverobstructingpowerabussivelessnondictatorpresedenttrump

      But NedT is. And if you’ve heard my speeches you’d know I was on something that would have a bad reaction to xanax.

  5. ukisdabest

    Every Louisville fan I know is saying they are a FF team. Jack could you write an article proving they aren’t

  6. dave1964

    We will be forced to play a small line up for the majority of the year. I think it could be a exciting year I hope we can run and control the tempo can’t wait for the season to start to see what we actually have.

  7. kjd

    The dog comparison. It’s the second coming of the Harrison twins.

    1. WILDCATS1968

      Man did the comment section take a complete 180 turn. Anyway, back on subject. If we are going to play the 3 guard / small ball lineup, we have to use all of that defense and turn it into instant offense. We will have to play transition basketball. If not, lack of size will be a detriment in the half court offense. Teams the last few years, even if they where great defensively, we slowed it down too much and lost the advantage in the half court, slow down offense. If all three are capable of running point, we have to get out and run the floor and get easy baskets. Even if the initial break is not there, get it out and get into the offense quick and look for a good open 3 on the secondary break.