A few of you sparked a little discussion in the comments section of a post the other day about a clever nickname for the duo of Jodie Meeks and Patrick Patterson. To be honest, I don’t remember what any of the suggestions were and if they were any good, but you might need to bring them back out. The Herald-Leader’s Mark Story has asked for help in coming up with a clever name for the Meeks/Patterson duo. He’s gotten a few interesting ones so far, but nothing that really seems like a good fit. So, I’m asking you, KSR nation region random people, to help all the parties involved with a name that is not only appropriate, but also totally badass.
Go. This could be your big break.
But, just in case this helps get the mental juices flowing, fellow Herald-Leaderian Jerry Tipton (don’t forget to wish him a Merry Christmas!) takes a look at the top scoring duos in the history of UK:
1. 53.2 ppg, 1969-70
Dan Issel (33.9) andMike Pratt (19.3)
2. 45.7 ppg, 1968-69
Dan Issel (26.6) andMike Casey (19.1)
3. 43.9 ppg, 2008-09
Jodie Meeks (24.9 ppg)and Patrick Patterson (19.0)
4. 43.6 ppg, 1953-54
Cliff Hagan (24.0 ppg) and Frank Ramsey (19.6 ppg)
5. 43.1 ppg, 1965-66
Pat Riley (22.0 ppg) and Louie Dampier (21.1 ppg
But, seriously, get back to brainstorming. We can’t have something lame.