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To help win this game today, who would it be?
I take Kennedy Winston. We need a consistent, versatile, go to scorer more than anything and he provided it. Off the dribble, money from outside, and even a little post up game.
Chuck Davis' or Hendrix'a post game would be nice as well.
This, great pick
Honestly, I might take Chris Hines. Grant called him his junkyard dog, and could really use one now.
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Richard Hendrix would not be bad to have either.
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Thats the first name that came to mind because of his grit...having said that, Jacobs played with more grit and determination yeasterday than I have seen him play with all year. He handled Stokes and hoepfully he plays the same way against Young today. Randolph stepped up and created his own shot in what was the biggest hoop in the game yesterday ending a tennessee run and making it a six point game. That is something we have struggled with all year when we needed to stop an opponents run nobody can seem to create their own shot in the half court.
My pick as well. When you needed points you could dump it down low to Dudley and he would deliver. This team would be a sweet 16 type team with Dudley on the roster.
More than 10 years but since I'm wishing - Reggie King
Antonio McDyess...no question about it....Maybe Buck Johnson or Robert Horry
Erwin Dudley...or earnest shelton
Jermareo would excel on this team.
With all due respect, that's an insane choice. (g)
This team needs a low post scorer. Dudley provides it plus had plenty of grit to provide the tough play that Hines made.
Don't get me wrong. I really liked Homes. But Dudley is Hines ++.
This post was edited by Bama_Lefty 13 months ago
Dudley or Chuck Davis. Any one that plays the 5.
That way they have to respect that and u get either 1-1 down low or open 3s. Also you can go big with one of those at the 5 and Jacobs at the 4.
Winston was better then these two but this team needs big men.
Dudley no question. Shelton was probably the least clutch player I've ever seen. Kennedy Winston second. If we talk about last ten years
Dudley or JaMyke.
Bobby lee hurt or Derrick Mckey I no it says ten yrs but inside guys
This post was edited by bamafan1968 13 months ago
If we had a guy who could consistently hit a midrange jumper, it would open up all facets of our offense. We're so one dimensional and rely too much on the drive/slash scores. It's been years since we've had a guy who could hit a 12 footer from anywhere on the floor.
My thoughts exactly.
I think you've gotta go with a big man who can give you some post scoring and rebounding. That said, my list in order:
1. Erwin Dudley
2. Chuck Davis
3. Jamareo Davidson
4. Richard Hendrix
5. Jamychal Green (who is actually probably the most talented on this list)
Easy answer is Erwin Dudley. He could play with his back to the basket, face up and pop from 16', and he would get you 8-10 boards every game. If he was 2-3 inches taller he would still be playing in the nba right now. The guy had heart and a high bball iq. Something you dont see in many young playrrs today.
Grizzard. 1st set play would be an alley oop off the backboard.
On Alabama: CeCe Jefferson - "It was a bunch of beautiful women..." Reggie Ragland - "oh the females of course..."
And he'd go 14/17 with 6 threes.
And in the next game go 1/14 with 2 missed FTs...
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