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Beating a Dead Horse

Post  Bho on Sat Jan 08, 2011 11:04 pm

I hate to beat a dead horse, however I'm done with Darius. I don't care if he scores 40 ppg the rest of the way. He is a sissy. He is so afraid of success it is ridiculous. When a freshman gets in foul trouble he should step up and take over as a leader, however instead he just stands around and plays like a sissy. He has NO HEART, NO EMOTION, NO GAME!!!! It's a shame a guy like Kanter can't play and this Miller guy is wasting an opportunity. /rant

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Post  Californication on Sun Jan 09, 2011 2:11 am

Keep beating that dead horse. DM is a key ingredient to this team. Everybody in Kentucky, included DM, expects more. But this team is what it is, and DM is a key part. You can bitch all you want, but that ain't going to change anything. He is what he is, and I hope he gets better. There are no better options.
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Post  Bho on Sun Jan 09, 2011 2:56 am

if he was from anywhere but Kentucky, he would catch way more POOP. He contributes nothing. The only reason he is "key" is because he is the ONLY option and needs to step his game up. The problem is he gets 7 points we win, he gets 7 points we lose. That's not a good thing.

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Post  Californication on Sun Jan 09, 2011 3:06 am

I don't care where he's from, and I feel and agree with your frustration!!! But there is not another option on this team man!!!! He can be so much better, but it appears he is what he is.
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Post  Californication on Sun Jan 09, 2011 3:10 am

You don't hunt, so you won't understand. But this would be equivalent to me hunting the same piece of land all year, and bitching about seeing nothing but the same little 10 point, and nothing bigger. Sometimes you have to accept that is the best you got, and you have to accept it. Of course, we can't shoot DM.
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Post  BestdamnUKfanperiod on Sun Jan 09, 2011 5:19 am

We aren't going to win every game, in the Georgia game I seen a lot of mistakes by players, Jones making terrible fouls, Liggens rushing shots and team not rebounding hard enough. I do agree with BHO some, One thing I have noticed is how Harrelson has improved so much and Miler has stayed the same. Miller in my opinion should be rebounding like crazy. It did a better job today, he just has to get more involved.
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Post  stuckinknoxville on Mon Jan 10, 2011 3:05 am

Jones doesn't seem to be playing with as much energy. Seems he's backed off since the ND game.
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