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Growing pains: KU’s Tyshawn Taylor learns from mistakes

Typical d-bag comment. I don't do the whole social network scene. If people want to know what I'm doing and what I'm interested in, they can ask.

September 17, 2010 at 5:54 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

Releford confident in tweaked jump shot

My viewpoint is this -- If we have Selby, Taylor and EJ in at the same time, with any combination of forwards to fill the remaining spot, there is no stopping the dribble penetration. The defense would need to have THREE defenders capable of stopping their respective guard. No defense in the land could contain an attack such as that.

September 2, 2010 at 8:05 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

Releford confident in tweaked jump shot

Well said

September 2, 2010 at 12:14 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

Releford confident in tweaked jump shot

"They were not good enough to beat out any of the current players for minutes last year"

-- They were redshirting, so they were not competing for minutes. If they were, they would be nutting on Morningstar (all due respect)

September 2, 2010 at 11:30 a.m. ( | suggest removal )

Brandon Rush suspended five games for violation of NBA drug policy

Wrong context mate. I said what we were doing was right in the sense that no one should have the right to label and/or judge us. More about morality, less about legislature.

Don't call people dumb on here. This is an anonymous message board, so it's clear that you have no idea who it is you're talking to. Glad I could make you laugh though sweetheart

August 30, 2010 at 5:40 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

Brandon Rush suspended five games for violation of NBA drug policy

Thanks man, appreciated

August 29, 2010 at 9:03 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

Brandon Rush suspended five games for violation of NBA drug policy

I would just like to say that I am proud to be a member in this message board. The philosophies shared in some threads are truly eye opening. We have some great brains in here, much better than your usual -- "GO BIG BLUEEE!! FUTUR NATIONAL CHAMPSSS"

In regards to this discussion, it's clear there's people on both sides of the fence. Rather than argue, I just recommend anti-marijuana group to smoke some buddha, put on your favorite Simon & Garfunkel album and kick back. The rest will happen on it's own

Rock Chalk everyone

August 29, 2010 at 8:48 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

Brandon Rush suspended five games for violation of NBA drug policy

Absolutely want to go here. You posed a great question. The 08 team was the coolest Jayhawk team I have ever seen. The most calm and collected team I have ever witnessed. Comparing them to last year's team was like night and day. The 08 team was always overshadowed by UNC and UCLA, no one really threw Kansas into the best team discussion, we were always just the "worst" team of the top tier. But Chalmers, Rush and co. were just chillin, smoking herb. When push came to shove come late March, they just went out and played and outperformed the opponent in nearly every facet.

Now last year's team had the burden of being in the national spotlight for the entire season, with the only other team getting love being Kentucky. So much pressure was put on their shoulders and they folded. We know that the 08 team enjoyed getting high, and it was clear that the team dealt with less stress and the 10 team. Let's assume the 10 team was straight laced (as I'm sure you would all agree). The 10 team got so stressed out during games for every call that didn't go our way, and when teams came out strong against us, we went flat, and played down to the opponent EVERY time.

So yes, I think that the 10 team + herb would have yielded a much more productive tournament. I encourage the 11 Hawks to scour Larrytown for the finest strain, kick their feet back, and play good basketball

August 29, 2010 at 8:37 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

Brandon Rush suspended five games for violation of NBA drug policy

No one has the right to deem something as harmless as marijuana as wrong (looking at you mikehawk). You can certainly have your own opinions on the matter but I discredit you for saying it so matter-of-factly. If you want to take part in Bible study than you have every right to do so. If Brandon and I want to sit around and poak the bong, we have the same right. Don't be a finger pointer man, just enjoy your own ideals. The beauty of interpretation is that everyone is right.

Brandon's decision to chief buddha is not wrong, but him getting caught is certainly a mistake. With the current laws in place, I agree with the NBA's decision. With Brandon's coolness and bomb-ass stroke, I agree with his decision as well.

August 28, 2010 at 1:44 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

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