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Hamidou Diallo Knows How to Dunk a Basketball

Chet White | UK Athletics

Chet White | UK Athletics

Chet White | UK Athletics

Since he arrived in January, we’ve seen very little of Hamidou Diallo.

You’ll find the nation’s top-ranked class of 2017 shooting at the end of the bench, but that’s no fun.  Watching him do crazy stuff in warm-ups, that’s a lot of fun.  This might be the craziest thing we’ve seen yet.

Why can’t he play again?

Article written by Nick Roush

"Look upon the doughnut, and not upon the hole." @RoushKSR

8 Comments for Hamidou Diallo Knows How to Dunk a Basketball



  1. AGSlater
    10:22 pm March 25, 2017 Permalink

    Still have no clue why he didnt at least get a sniff of pt



  2. syrin23
    10:54 pm March 25, 2017 Permalink

    I’d be more impressed if he could hit an outside jump shot with consistency



  3. johnmacdan
    1:31 am March 26, 2017 Permalink

    After 3 months with the team, he has to be ready to play. It would be a sin to lose with him on the bench unless Cal thinks he isn’t ready to play. Given the talent he is supposed to have, I would think he could give the team 5 minutes of solid defense if nothing else.



  4. ClutchCargo
    1:48 am March 26, 2017 Permalink

    Why would you mess with a rotation that has gotten you to the elite 8 thus far? That’s just silly. I agree he has to be ready to play, but that’s true for everyone in uniform.



    • 4everblue
      5:36 am March 26, 2017 Permalink

      Exactly Clutch! Some people need to stop questioning every decision Cal makes….AJ!



  5. dballrb
    2:26 am March 26, 2017 Permalink

    If he played this year he would lose a year of eligibility, and he’ll be ready to go next year, At this point,we have good chemistry and no bad juju.



    • CATandMONKEY
      9:04 am March 26, 2017 Permalink

      Losing eligibility is irrelevant unless be plans on staying four years.
      By all accounts he is a one-season player.