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Post#881 » by crkone » Sun Jan 27, 2019 8:51 pm

Herd on NBATV.

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Post#882 » by BJ Sandered » Sun Jan 27, 2019 9:34 pm

crkone wrote:Herd on NBATV.

Just saw that and was gonna post it here myself. :D
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Post#883 » by M-C-G » Sun Jan 27, 2019 10:08 pm

Qualls. Extremely limited sample size, like four minutes worth, but reminds me of Damarre Carroll before getting paid.

Should clarify because I don’t think I saw him shoot in those four minutes, just his defensive intensity.

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Post#884 » by JustinCredible » Sun Jan 27, 2019 10:19 pm

Wood just scored 40 points and I believe he had 20 rebounds.
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Re: Wisconsin Herd Thread 

Post#885 » by BJ Sandered » Sun Jan 27, 2019 10:19 pm

Yeah boi! Nice win. Wood was good again, made some clutch free throws late.

M-C-G wrote:Qualls. Extremely limited sample size, like four minutes worth, but reminds me of Damarre Carroll before getting paid.

Should clarify because I don’t think I saw him shoot in those four minutes, just his defensive intensity.

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Post#886 » by ShootingtheJ » Mon Jan 28, 2019 2:58 am

M-C-G wrote:Qualls. Extremely limited sample size, like four minutes worth, but reminds me of Damarre Carroll before getting paid.

Should clarify because I don’t think I saw him shoot in those four minutes, just his defensive intensity.

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Season numbers aren't great, but he's made a huge leap over the last month. Nice athlete, great hustle, unselfish, and can shoot just enough. Looks like the next Royce O'Neal.
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Post#887 » by ShootingtheJ » Mon Jan 28, 2019 3:06 am

JustinCredible wrote:Wood just scored 40 points and I believe he had 20 rebounds.


Such a Christian Wood game. Completely dominant. Then with 40 seconds left in a tie game, he goes iso, gets stripped, and stops playing to argue with the ref while the Bay Hawks are on a fast break for the lead. An amazing hustle play by Qualls saved his butt.
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Post#888 » by chonestown » Mon Jan 28, 2019 4:26 pm

BJ Sandered wrote:Yeah boi! Nice win. Wood was good again, made some clutch free throws late.

M-C-G wrote:Qualls. Extremely limited sample size, like four minutes worth, but reminds me of Damarre Carroll before getting paid.

Should clarify because I don’t think I saw him shoot in those four minutes, just his defensive intensity.

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I've made that comparison when he was at Arkansas and comped him to Spree as well as Carroll. I was summarily and deservedly clowned.
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Post#889 » by crkone » Mon Jan 28, 2019 5:18 pm

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Post#890 » by crkone » Sun Feb 10, 2019 11:19 pm

Wood with a 45-20-2-2

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Re: Wisconsin Herd Thread 

Post#891 » by M-C-G » Sun Feb 10, 2019 11:49 pm

crkone wrote:Wood with a 45-20-2-2


This reminds me somewhat of Ben Hendrickson, a former Brewers prospect. He was the first person I can recall referred to as a 'AAAA' prospect. Not everyone is destined to be great in the NBA, but it is cool that he can put up these numbers. Also for the record, I am not betting against him having a successful NBA career, just feels like a 4A guy so far in his career.
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Post#892 » by BroncoBuck » Mon Feb 11, 2019 1:20 am

I’m sure the Bucks love Christian Wood subtweeting them again.
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Post#893 » by crkone » Mon Feb 11, 2019 2:37 am

BroncoBuck wrote:I’m sure the Bucks love Christian Wood subtweeting them again.
The one that was retweeted by @Bucks?

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Post#894 » by ElPeregrino » Mon Feb 11, 2019 4:33 am

Wood is the guy who should've demanded a trade. He may never get a chance here.
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Re: Wisconsin Herd Thread 

Post#895 » by BroncoBuck » Mon Feb 11, 2019 6:24 pm

crkone wrote:
BroncoBuck wrote:I’m sure the Bucks love Christian Wood subtweeting them again.
The one that was retweeted by @Bucks?


The Bucks and The Bucks social team are two separate entities. The Bucks social team tweeted we won our season series against the Magic after they whooped our ass. I don’t think the Bucks staff and F.O. had those celebratory feelings on the game.
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Post#896 » by crkone » Mon Feb 11, 2019 6:28 pm

BroncoBuck wrote:
crkone wrote:
BroncoBuck wrote:I’m sure the Bucks love Christian Wood subtweeting them again.
The one that was retweeted by @Bucks?


The Bucks and The Bucks social team are two separate entities. The Bucks social team tweeted we won our season series against the Magic after they whooped our ass. I don’t think the Bucks staff and F.O. had those celebratory feelings on the game.


Yeah but retweeting a players' anger at the organization is way different than a hilarious trolling tweet. This is making a mountain out of a mole hill.

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Re: Wisconsin Herd Thread 

Post#897 » by Chuck Diesel » Tue Feb 12, 2019 2:10 am

I was back in Wisconsin yesterday and made my first snowy Pilgramage up to the lands of The Herd. Above all else, God damn the people in that region are friendly. It’s something I knew but hadn’t been around/felt for awhile. There’s a baseline level of geniality that’s like 50% higher than other places I’ve been.
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Post#898 » by emunney » Mon Feb 18, 2019 5:49 pm

Shevon Thompson now averaging 8.9 offensive rebounds/36.
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Post#899 » by Thunder Muscle » Mon Feb 18, 2019 6:06 pm

Chuck Diesel wrote:I was back in Wisconsin yesterday and made my first snowy Pilgramage up to the lands of The Herd. Above all else, God damn the people in that region are friendly. It’s something I knew but hadn’t been around/felt for awhile. There’s a baseline level of geniality that’s like 50% higher than other places I’ve been.


How was the in-game/arena experience? Haven't gotten to a Herd game yet.
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Post#900 » by Ruzious » Mon Feb 18, 2019 8:05 pm

emunney wrote:Shevon Thompson now averaging 8.9 offensive rebounds/36.

If he and Darvin Ham played a game of HORSE, how many rims would have to be repaired? :wink:
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