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Not a whole lot of non-UK good stuff out there this weekend, so lets take some time to re-evaluate where some of the current UK players stand on all-time lists.  And as we do this, lets ask this question: Let’s say the Cats DONT go to the Final Four next year, do Jodie Meeks and Patrick Patterson have their jersey’s in the rafters someday?  While you think about that, look at some of their stats:

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JODIE MEEKS:
Points: 1,246 (33rd All-time)
-15.4 PPG Career (81 games)
-If Meeks scores 15.4 PPG next year for 38 games, he will finish with 1,830 points (7th All-Time)
-If Meeks scores 20.0 PPG next year for 38 games, he will finish with 2,006 points (4th All-Time)

Steals: 86 (37th All-Time)
-1.2 SPG last year
-If Meeks has 1.2 SPG next year for 38 games, he will finish with 137 steals (20th All-Time)

3-Point Field Goals: 177 (8th All-Time)
-2.2 3-pointers per game Career
-If Meeks make 2.2 3-pointers every game next year, he will finish with 260 3-pointers (2nd All-Time)

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PATRICK PATTERSON:
Points: 1,020 points (54th All-Time)
-17.3 PPG Career (59 games)
-If Patterson scores 17.3 PPG next year for 38 games, he will finish with 1,677 points (11th All-Time)

Rebounds: 508 rebounds (47th All-Time)
-8.6 RPG Career (59 games)
-If Patterson has 8.6 RPG next year for 38 games, he will finish with 835 rebounds (10th All-Time)

Blocks: 101 (15th All-T-Time)
-1.7 BPG Career (59 games)
-If Patterson averages 1.7 BPG next year for 38 games, he will finish with 166 blocks (5th All-Time)

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Look, Jay Cutler is a prick.  I think we all know that now.  And personally, I hope he is a HUGE failure in Chicago.  But, after looking at who has played QB for the Bears in the last decade, you gotta feel sorry for those fans.  I mean, Bengals fans can laugh at that list.

Article written by Bryan the Intern