Not sure how I feel about him. Glue guy for sure, but his lack of offense was awful. I felt like we were always playing 4 on 5 on the offensive end with him on the floor.
[font=arial][size=small]About the most informative thing I have seen in a while.[/size][/font]
[font=arial][size=small]As for the Oregon State part… The black helicopters are nearing.[/size][/font]
[font=arial][size=small]"[/size][/font][font=arial][size=small]Oregon State will play in Halton Arena in 2011-12. The Beavers are coached by Craig Robinson, President Obama’s brother-in-law."[/size][/font]
[font=arial][size=small]Obama’s brother-in-law will be playing in Halton the same year that Charlotte is in the running for the DNC? Coincidence?? [/size][/font]
[font=arial][size=small]edit: just saw convention is much earlier than basketball season.[/size][/font]
[quote=“NinerWupAss, post:2, topic:23791”]Not sure how I feel about him. Glue guy for sure, but his lack of offense was awful. I felt like we were always playing 4 on 5 on the offensive end with him on the floor.[/quote]I agree, but having him doesn’t hurt. Gives us a little depth at SF which right now is pretty much Wilderness and…?
I could see KJ & Sirin getting PT at the SF
I heard from someone close to Dewhurst that he may be following Lutz to Iowa State for grad school, and would see playing time.
I agree with moss could see Sirin and KJ getting time there and Barnett. Lutz was comfy with him on the floor and given at the end of the game he was clutch at the line. I wouldn’t mind having him back on the team, just would prefer that he not play as many minutes as Lutz gave him.
No brainer. If he wants to come back, we should take him. He’s not a starter, but gives us depth/insurance. We are one injury to a guard away from being not relevant as a team. He could play limited minutes as the 2 if we have injury/foul trouble issues at that spot.
Maybe its just me, but I thought we were relatively deep at the 3. Wilderness/Sirin/Barnett. I think they would see time there before KJ would.
I would take Dewhurst back in an instant. He’s not flashy, but hustles his ass off and gives us pretty good athleticism. He seems like the type of player that would fit in well with a Major-coached team. If nothing else he is good D and some put-back baskets in about eight to ten minutes each night.
If he’s in shape and can contribute fine… it’s not like he quit on the team, just wanted to pursue academics.
I saw Dewhurst in the SAC eating Bojangles yesterday so he is still on campus. Does anyone know if he is taking grad classes now?
Maybe he’ll be quicker and can play the 2 and start drilling 3’s. I agree we are fine at the 3 already with Wild, Barnett and Sirin.
Like the Oregon St game. Need one more for 30.
i would guess if dewberry is back on campus that he has worked/is working things out with the coaching staff and is ready to go class-wise. he’s too smart not to have touched the proper bases.
what do we have to lose?
OMG! There’s a Bojangles in the SAC? WHY didn’t they have this back when I was in school? WHY?!?!?!
OMG! There’s a Bojangles in the SAC? WHY didn’t they have this back when I was in school? WHY?!?!?![/quote]
They are just having it open until Prospector renovations are completed(see: http://aux.uncc.edu/news/index.php/2010/08/16/chick-fil-a-to-the-cone-center-bojangles-express-in-sac-and-library-cafe-and-fretwell-cafe-have-replaced-the-ritazzas/). The hours are really limited(10am or 10:30-2pm(there are conflicting signs as a sign outside the SAC says at 10am)) and there is only a small menu(the one during games)
He wouldn’t have any eligibility left if he did that.
assuming the basketball rules are the same as the football rules he would have one year immediately if he enrolled in a graduate program that Charlotte doesn’t have
well, he better get on it in a hurry. school’s about to start!
He wouldn’t have any eligibility left if he did that.[/quote]yes he would. Since he has graduated and would be enrolled in a graduate program, he’d have another year of eligibility and would be able to play immediately.