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    Selby is #5? :crazy

  • #2
    Re: Top Impact Freshman 2010/2011

    I personally think Sullinger is over-rated, especially at #3 on this list. Not sure how you have Brandon Knight at #9 and Perry Jones at #10, they should be higher IMO. Then they have Kanter at #4, not sure how that guy is going to ever be allowed to play in the NCAA.

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    • #3
      Re: Top Impact Freshman 2010/2011

      [quote author=Hawker007 link=topic=1605.msg17387#msg17387 date=1287418373]
      I personally think Sullinger is over-rated, especially at #3 on this list. Not sure how you have Brandon Knight at #9 and Perry Jones at #10, they should be higher IMO. Then they have Kanter at #4, not sure how that guy is going to ever be allowed to play in the NCAA.
      [/quote]

      Those who live in glass houses...

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      • #4
        Re: Top Impact Freshman 2010/2011

        I know we aren't sure what's going to happen. But, we don't really know anything about Selby's situation. There hasn't been any info leaked on it. There are reports on Kanter that his team in Europe is openly admitting that they gave him $100,000+. I think that will be hard to overcome, even for Calipari.

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        • #5
          Re: Top Impact Freshman 2010/2011

          [quote author=Hawker007 link=topic=1605.msg17422#msg17422 date=1287430985]
          I know we aren't sure what's going to happen. But, we don't really know anything about Selby's situation. There hasn't been any info leaked on it. There are reports on Kanter that his team in Europe is openly admitting that they gave him $100,000+. I think that will be hard to overcome, even for Calipari.
          [/quote]

          "Is that American $? I heard thats measure in Lithuanian $'s which is like being handed a piece of Double Bubble. Hardly hurting his amateur status." - PayPalCal

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          • #6
            Re: Top Impact Freshman 2010/2011

            [quote author=Hawker007 link=topic=1605.msg17422#msg17422 date=1287430985]
            I know we aren't sure what's going to happen. But, we don't really know anything about Selby's situation. There hasn't been any info leaked on it. There are reports on Kanter that his team in Europe is openly admitting that they gave him $100,000+. I think that will be hard to overcome, even for Calipari.
            [/quote]

            Of course they're openly admitting to giving him $100,000+. They'll do whatever they can to try to keep Enes from being eligible to play college ball. That way he'll return and play for another Euro team this season, and his crooked former club will reap a financial windfall as a result. Also, it would set a precedent that would help to keep elite Euro prospects at home rather than jumping to the USA to play for a year or two before entering the NBA draft.

            Kanter's family is rather well off financially (therefore they weren't concerned with Enes getting paid on par with other players), and they've kept detailed records of the money Enes recieved so as to not jeopardize his amateur status. Pete Thameltoe reported that Fenerbahce (sp?), the team Kanter played for in Turkey, has given documentation to the NCAA verifying their stance that Kanter was paid a salary, yet the NCAA still hasn't made a ruling. Hmmmm....if someone is given proof that an incident occurred, wouldn't they likely go ahead rule on the incident? Pastries for consideration.

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            • #7
              Re: Top Impact Freshman 2010/2011

              [quote author=thedeerehunter link=topic=1605.msg17652#msg17652 date=1287580754]
              [quote author=Hawker007 link=topic=1605.msg17422#msg17422 date=1287430985]
              I know we aren't sure what's going to happen. But, we don't really know anything about Selby's situation. There hasn't been any info leaked on it. There are reports on Kanter that his team in Europe is openly admitting that they gave him $100,000+. I think that will be hard to overcome, even for Calipari.
              [/quote]

              Of course they're openly admitting to giving him $100,000+. They'll do whatever they can to try to keep Enes from being eligible to play college ball. That way he'll return and play for another Euro team this season, and his crooked former club will reap a financial windfall as a result. Also, it would set a precedent that would help to keep elite Euro prospects at home rather than jumping to the USA to play for a year or two before entering the NBA draft.

              Kanter's family is rather well off financially (therefore they weren't concerned with Enes getting paid on par with other players), and they've kept detailed records of the money Enes recieved so as to not jeopardize his amateur status. Pete Thameltoe reported that Fenerbahce (sp?), the team Kanter played for in Turkey, has given documentation to the NCAA verifying their stance that Kanter was paid a salary, yet the NCAA still hasn't made a ruling. Hmmmm....if someone is given proof that an incident occurred, wouldn't they likely go ahead rule on the incident? Pastries for consideration.
              [/quote]

              :blah:

              We need a tinfoil hat emoticon.

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              • #8
                Re: Top Impact Freshman 2010/2011

                [quote author=thedeerehunter link=topic=1605.msg17652#msg17652 date=1287580754]
                [quote author=Hawker007 link=topic=1605.msg17422#msg17422 date=1287430985]
                I know we aren't sure what's going to happen. But, we don't really know anything about Selby's situation. There hasn't been any info leaked on it. There are reports on Kanter that his team in Europe is openly admitting that they gave him $100,000+. I think that will be hard to overcome, even for Calipari.
                [/quote]

                Of course they're openly admitting to giving him $100,000+. They'll do whatever they can to try to keep Enes from being eligible to play college ball. That way he'll return and play for another Euro team this season, and his crooked former club will reap a financial windfall as a result. Also, it would set a precedent that would help to keep elite Euro prospects at home rather than jumping to the USA to play for a year or two before entering the NBA draft.

                Kanter's family is rather well off financially (therefore they weren't concerned with Enes getting paid on par with other players), and they've kept detailed records of the money Enes recieved so as to not jeopardize his amateur status. Pete Thameltoe reported that Fenerbahce (sp?), the team Kanter played for in Turkey, has given documentation to the NCAA verifying their stance that Kanter was paid a salary, yet the NCAA still hasn't made a ruling. Hmmmm....if someone is given proof that an incident occurred, wouldn't they likely go ahead rule on the incident? Pastries for consideration.
                [/quote]

                NCAA takes forever on everything...look at the Reggie Bush case

                don't be a moron Deere

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                • #9
                  Re: Top Impact Freshman 2010/2011

                  [quote author=thedeerehunter link=topic=1605.msg17652#msg17652 date=1287580754]
                  [quote author=Hawker007 link=topic=1605.msg17422#msg17422 date=1287430985]
                  I know we aren't sure what's going to happen. But, we don't really know anything about Selby's situation. There hasn't been any info leaked on it. There are reports on Kanter that his team in Europe is openly admitting that they gave him $100,000+. I think that will be hard to overcome, even for Calipari.
                  [/quote]

                  Of course they're openly admitting to giving him $100,000+. They'll do whatever they can to try to keep Enes from being eligible to play college ball. That way he'll return and play for another Euro team this season, and his crooked former club will reap a financial windfall as a result. Also, it would set a precedent that would help to keep elite Euro prospects at home rather than jumping to the USA to play for a year or two before entering the NBA draft.

                  Kanter's family is rather well off financially (therefore they weren't concerned with Enes getting paid on par with other players), and they've kept detailed records of the money Enes recieved so as to not jeopardize his amateur status. Pete Thameltoe reported that Fenerbahce (sp?), the team Kanter played for in Turkey, has given documentation to the NCAA verifying their stance that Kanter was paid a salary, yet the NCAA still hasn't made a ruling. Hmmmm....if someone is given proof that an incident occurred, wouldn't they likely go ahead rule on the incident? Pastries for consideration.
                  [/quote]

                  This is the NCAA we're talking about. The master of procrastination. They probably haven't even gotten around to looking at the documentation yet.

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                  • #10
                    Re: Top Impact Freshman 2010/2011

                    We need a tinfoil hat emoticon.

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                    • #11
                      Re: Top Impact Freshman 2010/2011

                      [quote author=Evolvehawk link=topic=1605.msg17678#msg17678 date=1287583673]
                      [quote author=thedeerehunter link=topic=1605.msg17652#msg17652 date=1287580754]
                      [quote author=Hawker007 link=topic=1605.msg17422#msg17422 date=1287430985]
                      I know we aren't sure what's going to happen. But, we don't really know anything about Selby's situation. There hasn't been any info leaked on it. There are reports on Kanter that his team in Europe is openly admitting that they gave him $100,000+. I think that will be hard to overcome, even for Calipari.
                      [/quote]

                      Of course they're openly admitting to giving him $100,000+. They'll do whatever they can to try to keep Enes from being eligible to play college ball. That way he'll return and play for another Euro team this season, and his crooked former club will reap a financial windfall as a result. Also, it would set a precedent that would help to keep elite Euro prospects at home rather than jumping to the USA to play for a year or two before entering the NBA draft.

                      Kanter's family is rather well off financially (therefore they weren't concerned with Enes getting paid on par with other players), and they've kept detailed records of the money Enes recieved so as to not jeopardize his amateur status. Pete Thameltoe reported that Fenerbahce (sp?), the team Kanter played for in Turkey, has given documentation to the NCAA verifying their stance that Kanter was paid a salary, yet the NCAA still hasn't made a ruling. Hmmmm....if someone is given proof that an incident occurred, wouldn't they likely go ahead rule on the incident? Pastries for consideration.
                      [/quote]

                      NCAA takes forever on everything...look at the Reggie Bush case

                      don't be a moron Deere
                      [/quote]

                      I understand they take their sweet ass time on EVERYTHING, just sayin'.

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                      • #12
                        Re: Top Impact Freshman 2010/2011

                        [quote author=RandytheHelpfulPineapple link=topic=1605.msg17654#msg17654 date=1287580986]
                        [quote author=thedeerehunter link=topic=1605.msg17652#msg17652 date=1287580754]
                        [quote author=Hawker007 link=topic=1605.msg17422#msg17422 date=1287430985]
                        I know we aren't sure what's going to happen. But, we don't really know anything about Selby's situation. There hasn't been any info leaked on it. There are reports on Kanter that his team in Europe is openly admitting that they gave him $100,000+. I think that will be hard to overcome, even for Calipari.
                        [/quote]

                        Of course they're openly admitting to giving him $100,000+. They'll do whatever they can to try to keep Enes from being eligible to play college ball. That way he'll return and play for another Euro team this season, and his crooked former club will reap a financial windfall as a result. Also, it would set a precedent that would help to keep elite Euro prospects at home rather than jumping to the USA to play for a year or two before entering the NBA draft.

                        Kanter's family is rather well off financially (therefore they weren't concerned with Enes getting paid on par with other players), and they've kept detailed records of the money Enes recieved so as to not jeopardize his amateur status. Pete Thameltoe reported that Fenerbahce (sp?), the team Kanter played for in Turkey, has given documentation to the NCAA verifying their stance that Kanter was paid a salary, yet the NCAA still hasn't made a ruling. Hmmmm....if someone is given proof that an incident occurred, wouldn't they likely go ahead rule on the incident? Pastries for consideration.
                        [/quote]

                        :blah:

                        We need a tinfoil hat emoticon.
                        [/quote]

                        Where's the :blah:??? That post was nothing but fact.

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                        • #13
                          Re: Top Impact Freshman 2010/2011

                          [quote author=thedeerehunter link=topic=1605.msg17728#msg17728 date=1287596952]
                          [quote author=RandytheHelpfulPineapple link=topic=1605.msg17654#msg17654 date=1287580986]
                          [quote author=thedeerehunter link=topic=1605.msg17652#msg17652 date=1287580754]
                          [quote author=Hawker007 link=topic=1605.msg17422#msg17422 date=1287430985]
                          I know we aren't sure what's going to happen. But, we don't really know anything about Selby's situation. There hasn't been any info leaked on it. There are reports on Kanter that his team in Europe is openly admitting that they gave him $100,000+. I think that will be hard to overcome, even for Calipari.
                          [/quote]

                          Of course they're openly admitting to giving him $100,000+. They'll do whatever they can to try to keep Enes from being eligible to play college ball. That way he'll return and play for another Euro team this season, and his crooked former club will reap a financial windfall as a result. Also, it would set a precedent that would help to keep elite Euro prospects at home rather than jumping to the USA to play for a year or two before entering the NBA draft.

                          Kanter's family is rather well off financially (therefore they weren't concerned with Enes getting paid on par with other players), and they've kept detailed records of the money Enes recieved so as to not jeopardize his amateur status. Pete Thameltoe reported that Fenerbahce (sp?), the team Kanter played for in Turkey, has given documentation to the NCAA verifying their stance that Kanter was paid a salary, yet the NCAA still hasn't made a ruling. Hmmmm....if someone is given proof that an incident occurred, wouldn't they likely go ahead rule on the incident? Pastries for consideration.
                          [/quote]

                          :blah:

                          We need a tinfoil hat emoticon.
                          [/quote]

                          Where's the :blah:??? That post was nothing but fact.
                          [/quote]

                          Sure there's a motive for the team to say they've paid Kanter, but you're attributing the NCAA's delay in the ruling to the idea that they fudged the numbers. It's just as likely that Kanter or his family took the money and are trying to play it off now.

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                          • #14
                            Re: Top Impact Freshman 2010/2011

                            [quote author=RandytheHelpfulPineapple link=topic=1605.msg17758#msg17758 date=1287603328]
                            [quote author=thedeerehunter link=topic=1605.msg17728#msg17728 date=1287596952]
                            [quote author=RandytheHelpfulPineapple link=topic=1605.msg17654#msg17654 date=1287580986]
                            [quote author=thedeerehunter link=topic=1605.msg17652#msg17652 date=1287580754]
                            [quote author=Hawker007 link=topic=1605.msg17422#msg17422 date=1287430985]
                            I know we aren't sure what's going to happen. But, we don't really know anything about Selby's situation. There hasn't been any info leaked on it. There are reports on Kanter that his team in Europe is openly admitting that they gave him $100,000+. I think that will be hard to overcome, even for Calipari.
                            [/quote]

                            Of course they're openly admitting to giving him $100,000+. They'll do whatever they can to try to keep Enes from being eligible to play college ball. That way he'll return and play for another Euro team this season, and his crooked former club will reap a financial windfall as a result. Also, it would set a precedent that would help to keep elite Euro prospects at home rather than jumping to the USA to play for a year or two before entering the NBA draft.

                            Kanter's family is rather well off financially (therefore they weren't concerned with Enes getting paid on par with other players), and they've kept detailed records of the money Enes recieved so as to not jeopardize his amateur status. Pete Thameltoe reported that Fenerbahce (sp?), the team Kanter played for in Turkey, has given documentation to the NCAA verifying their stance that Kanter was paid a salary, yet the NCAA still hasn't made a ruling. Hmmmm....if someone is given proof that an incident occurred, wouldn't they likely go ahead rule on the incident? Pastries for consideration.
                            [/quote]

                            :blah:

                            We need a tinfoil hat emoticon.
                            [/quote]

                            Where's the :blah:??? That post was nothing but fact.
                            [/quote]

                            Sure there's a motive for the team to say they've paid Kanter, but you're attributing the NCAA's delay in the ruling to the idea that they fudged the numbers. It's just as likely that Kanter or his family took the money and are trying to play it off now.
                            [/quote]

                            Actually it's not just as likely. That's why I brought up the fact that Kanter's family is wealthy. They didn't need the money and were more concerned with protecting their son's amateur status.

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                            • #15
                              Re: Top Impact Freshman 2010/2011

                              [quote author=thedeerehunter link=topic=1605.msg17876#msg17876 date=1287669445]
                              [quote author=RandytheHelpfulPineapple link=topic=1605.msg17758#msg17758 date=1287603328]
                              [quote author=thedeerehunter link=topic=1605.msg17728#msg17728 date=1287596952]
                              [quote author=RandytheHelpfulPineapple link=topic=1605.msg17654#msg17654 date=1287580986]
                              [quote author=thedeerehunter link=topic=1605.msg17652#msg17652 date=1287580754]
                              [quote author=Hawker007 link=topic=1605.msg17422#msg17422 date=1287430985]
                              I know we aren't sure what's going to happen. But, we don't really know anything about Selby's situation. There hasn't been any info leaked on it. There are reports on Kanter that his team in Europe is openly admitting that they gave him $100,000+. I think that will be hard to overcome, even for Calipari.
                              [/quote]

                              Of course they're openly admitting to giving him $100,000+. They'll do whatever they can to try to keep Enes from being eligible to play college ball. That way he'll return and play for another Euro team this season, and his crooked former club will reap a financial windfall as a result. Also, it would set a precedent that would help to keep elite Euro prospects at home rather than jumping to the USA to play for a year or two before entering the NBA draft.

                              Kanter's family is rather well off financially (therefore they weren't concerned with Enes getting paid on par with other players), and they've kept detailed records of the money Enes recieved so as to not jeopardize his amateur status. Pete Thameltoe reported that Fenerbahce (sp?), the team Kanter played for in Turkey, has given documentation to the NCAA verifying their stance that Kanter was paid a salary, yet the NCAA still hasn't made a ruling. Hmmmm....if someone is given proof that an incident occurred, wouldn't they likely go ahead rule on the incident? Pastries for consideration.
                              [/quote]

                              :blah:

                              We need a tinfoil hat emoticon.
                              [/quote]

                              Where's the :blah:??? That post was nothing but fact.
                              [/quote]

                              Sure there's a motive for the team to say they've paid Kanter, but you're attributing the NCAA's delay in the ruling to the idea that they fudged the numbers. It's just as likely that Kanter or his family took the money and are trying to play it off now.
                              [/quote]

                              Actually it's not just as likely. That's why I brought up the fact that Kanter's family is wealthy. They didn't need the money and were more concerned with protecting their son's amateur status.
                              [/quote]

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