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Former Dragons Thread
Thought I'd start a separate thread to honor and acknowledge some of our former Dragons.

I'm sure by now, everybody knows about Bashir Mason and Wagner's huge 67-58 upset over #18 UCONN.

Also, last night, Bill Herion and New Hampshire visited Temple and UNH pulled out a 57-52 win. It was the first time that Herrion coached a game in Philadelphia since leaving Drexel 18 years ago.
11-15-2016 09:23 AM
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RE: Former Dragons Thread
Bashir has been doing a good job up there for sure. Though UConn then did fall to Northeastern, which helps our conference out too.
11-15-2016 01:17 PM
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RE: Former Dragons Thread
Damion has landed on the Celtics D-League team, the Maine Red Claws. They've played 3 games. He's averaging 14 pts, 6 reb in 35 minutes per game. Shooting 43% from 3.

They don't play locally against the Delaware 87ers until Jan 4. FYI: 87ers home court is the Carpenter Center.
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11-16-2016 03:37 PM
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RE: Former Dragons Thread
(11-15-2016 09:23 AM)J.B. Wrote:  Thought I'd start a separate thread to honor and acknowledge some of our former Dragons.

I'm sure by now, everybody knows about Bashir Mason and Wagner's huge 67-58 upset over #18 UCONN.

Also, last night, Bill Herion and New Hampshire visited Temple and UNH pulled out a 57-52 win. It was the first time that Herrion coached a game in Philadelphia since leaving Drexel 18 years ago.

That win for him appears to be the anomaly so far this season for UNH. After winning at Temple they lost at home to Abilene Christian (who finished last year at 13-18 and 8-10 out of the southland) and just went to West Virginia and got handled by a score of 100-41
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11-21-2016 11:03 AM
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RE: Former Dragons Thread
(11-21-2016 11:03 AM)dan10 Wrote:  
(11-15-2016 09:23 AM)J.B. Wrote:  Thought I'd start a separate thread to honor and acknowledge some of our former Dragons.

I'm sure by now, everybody knows about Bashir Mason and Wagner's huge 67-58 upset over #18 UCONN.

Also, last night, Bill Herion and New Hampshire visited Temple and UNH pulled out a 57-52 win. It was the first time that Herrion coached a game in Philadelphia since leaving Drexel 18 years ago.

That win for him appears to be the anomaly so far this season for UNH. After winning at Temple they lost at home to Abilene Christian (who finished last year at 13-18 and 8-10 out of the southland) and just went to West Virginia and got handled by a score of 100-41

I love watching CBB this time of year to watch teams like UNH and Wagner bring down conferences like the AAC. Then I want to break the TV in March when the selection committee makes excuses in favor of conferences like the AAC and still gives them 3-5 bids while great mid-major teams continue to get screwed.
11-21-2016 11:18 AM
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RE: Former Dragons Thread
(11-21-2016 11:18 AM)J.B. Wrote:  
(11-21-2016 11:03 AM)dan10 Wrote:  
(11-15-2016 09:23 AM)J.B. Wrote:  Thought I'd start a separate thread to honor and acknowledge some of our former Dragons.

I'm sure by now, everybody knows about Bashir Mason and Wagner's huge 67-58 upset over #18 UCONN.

Also, last night, Bill Herion and New Hampshire visited Temple and UNH pulled out a 57-52 win. It was the first time that Herrion coached a game in Philadelphia since leaving Drexel 18 years ago.

That win for him appears to be the anomaly so far this season for UNH. After winning at Temple they lost at home to Abilene Christian (who finished last year at 13-18 and 8-10 out of the southland) and just went to West Virginia and got handled by a score of 100-41

I love watching CBB this time of year to watch teams like UNH and Wagner bring down conferences like the AAC. Then I want to break the TV in March when the selection committee makes excuses in favor of conferences like the AAC and still gives them 3-5 bids while great mid-major teams continue to get screwed.

I know it's early but the AAC is now ranked 16th in RPI, while the CAA is ranked 6th, behind 5 of the Power 6 and above the Big 12. Of course the CAA is 17-17 right now, and the Big 12 is 28-2....but STILL. I guess it's because the CAA has played a lot of road games against tough opponents, while the Big 12 loaded up their early schedule by buying home games against cupcakes. But the selection committee won't care in March.
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RE: Former Dragons Thread
Damion Lee is killing it with the Maine Red Claws. Stat lines are really good. Would love to see one of their games, but the D-League gets less TV time than the CAA.
12-09-2016 03:32 PM
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RE: Former Dragons Thread
(12-09-2016 03:32 PM)bdragon Wrote:  Damion Lee is killing it with the Maine Red Claws. Stat lines are really good. Would love to see one of their games, but the D-League gets less TV time than the CAA.

Are you local? They're playing the 87ers in early January.
12-12-2016 11:07 PM
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RE: Former Dragons Thread
http://philadelphia.cbslocal.com/2016/12...irst-time/

Former Dragon Jim Rullo got some media time on KYW as his Neumann team is ranked in the top 25 in Division III.
12-21-2016 07:57 AM
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RE: Former Dragons Thread
How about a former Dragon still in the college ranks, Khris Lane putting up some good numbers down at Longwood.
http://www.espn.com/mens-college-basketb...khris-lane
12-21-2016 01:49 PM
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