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You know if we get all the guys back....we are going to win out. I am over the all the negative crap. There are worse things in this world than yesterday's loss. I am with my Tigers.
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04-cheers

The team has been through a ton of adversity. And we expect this group of 18-20 yos to be big enough to move past the issues and continue to produce Ws.

But the ones who aren’t mental tough enough to handle adversity: fans

Hard to watch our fans turn on a dime. Our guys need us right now. Show ‘em love. They read Twitter. Right or wrong, they do. Show support. GTG
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Nothing new for Tigers basketball. Wasn't that long ago when we had to get football players to walk on just to have enough players to scrimmage in practice. Another year we were well into the season before we had our fifth practice with all the players.
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(02-09-2020 02:03 PM)paramedicrntiger Wrote:  You know if we get all the guys back....we are going to win out. I am over the all the negative crap. There are worse things in this world than yesterday's loss. I am with my Tigers.

I’ll take that bet all day long and hope I lose.
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Remember, Calipari took a team with Sean Banks (freshman year), Rodney Carny, Antonio Burks, and Earl Barron to the NIT. That was an injury plagued season. Everything that could have went wrong went wrong. We are seeing a similar season this year
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(02-09-2020 02:03 PM)paramedicrntiger Wrote:  You know if we get all the guys back....we are going to win out. I am over the all the negative crap. There are worse things in this world than yesterday's loss. I am with my Tigers.

Amen! +3
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(02-09-2020 04:18 PM)drgolf Wrote:  Remember, Calipari took a team with Sean Banks (freshman year), Rodney Carny, Antonio Burks, and Earl Barron to the NIT. That was an injury plagued season. Everything that could have went wrong went wrong. We are seeing a similar season this year

Sean Banks went to the ncaa tournament his freshman year.
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(02-09-2020 02:19 PM)gusrob Wrote:  04-cheers

The team has been through a ton of adversity. And we expect this group of 18-20 yos to be big enough to move past the issues and continue to produce Ws.

But the ones who aren’t mental tough enough to handle adversity: fans

Hard to watch our fans turn on a dime. Our guys need us right now. Show ‘em love. They read Twitter. Right or wrong, they do. Show support. GTG

This is a great post.
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(02-09-2020 04:18 PM)drgolf Wrote:  Remember, Calipari took a team with Sean Banks (freshman year), Rodney Carny, Antonio Burks, and Earl Barron to the NIT. That was an injury plagued season. Everything that could have went wrong went wrong. We are seeing a similar season this year

That was Banks soph. year(was kicked off team midway) The Dwash year.
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What happened to Banks, the Dude could Ball
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(02-10-2020 03:01 PM)memphisike Wrote:  What happened to Banks, the Dude could Ball

Dude has been arrested dozens of times since leaving Memphis and has been in and out of jail many times. I think he is behind bars now.
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(02-10-2020 03:32 PM)UOFMGLENN Wrote:  
(02-10-2020 03:01 PM)memphisike Wrote:  What happened to Banks, the Dude could Ball

Dude has been arrested dozens of times since leaving Memphis and has been in and out of jail many times. I think he is behind bars now.

From last year:

https://dailyvoice.com/new-jersey/northe...se/765624/

Quote: Banks, who has a history of domestic violence, burglary and drug offenses, also had outstanding warrants out of East Rutherford, Englewood Cliffs and Paramus when the car was stopped, records show.

It was nothing new.

Over the past decade and a half, Banks has been arrested and booked into the Bergen County Jail nearly two dozen times.

Now and then, he's ducked police before being caught. Then he's released while outstanding charges and restraining order violations continue to pile up.

Five years ago, Banks was charged with assaulting police.

Four months later, he was named in an indictment charging him and nine other people with using an Englewood flophouse as a gambling den and marijuana stash house.

Two months after that, Banks pleaded guilty to a Jan. 15, 2013 incident in which prosecutors said he assaulted his ex-girlfriend with a broomstick and belt, then restrained her from leaving.

The plea was marked by late appearances, no appearances, adjournments and bench warrants for Banks, who was arrested several other times by police in Bergen and Sussex counties while the case was pending.

After a judge sentenced him to probation and domestic violence counseling, police said, Banks tried to break down his ex-girlfriend’s door despite yet another order of protection.

Englewood police said he later burglarized her home and slashed her tires.

Quote: Banks’s criminal history began with charges of drunk driving, speeding and driving without a license before he was arrested in the gang-related marking of a girl with a cigarette.

Things got worse fast.

Banks was in an SUV that took off after being stopped for speeding in August 2011 a short time after a pair of burglaries at homes in Sparta and Jefferson Township in Sussex County.

The vehicle flipped during the high-speed chase, trapping Banks and members of an offshoot of the infamous James Bond Gang burglary ring. Police recovered more than $20,000 worth of stolen goods from inside the SUV.

Banks has been arrested no fewer than a dozen times since then, often for assaults, threats, resisting arrest, obstruction and violating court restraining orders, records show.

Despite New Jersey's bail reform law, a judge ordered that Banks not be released from the Bergen County Jail. He remained there Friday, pending further court action, a week after his arrest in Haworth.

Besides a warrant for skipping court in Hackensack, he's charged with domestic violence, aggravated assault, harassment and child endangerment out of Englewood.

Great dude.
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(02-09-2020 06:27 PM)cvilletiger Wrote:  
(02-09-2020 04:18 PM)drgolf Wrote:  Remember, Calipari took a team with Sean Banks (freshman year), Rodney Carny, Antonio Burks, and Earl Barron to the NIT. That was an injury plagued season. Everything that could have went wrong went wrong. We are seeing a similar season this year

That was Banks soph. year(was kicked off team midway) The Dwash year.

Yes, and no Earl Barron who graduated before Banks got there.
Carney, DWash, Banks (half of season), Anthony Rice, Jeremy Hunt, Duane Erwin, Joey Dorsey, etc.
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(02-10-2020 03:54 PM)Briskbas Wrote:  
(02-10-2020 03:32 PM)UOFMGLENN Wrote:  
(02-10-2020 03:01 PM)memphisike Wrote:  What happened to Banks, the Dude could Ball

Dude has been arrested dozens of times since leaving Memphis and has been in and out of jail many times. I think he is behind bars now.

From last year:

https://dailyvoice.com/new-jersey/northe...se/765624/

Quote: Banks, who has a history of domestic violence, burglary and drug offenses, also had outstanding warrants out of East Rutherford, Englewood Cliffs and Paramus when the car was stopped, records show.

It was nothing new.

Over the past decade and a half, Banks has been arrested and booked into the Bergen County Jail nearly two dozen times.

Now and then, he's ducked police before being caught. Then he's released while outstanding charges and restraining order violations continue to pile up.

Five years ago, Banks was charged with assaulting police.

Four months later, he was named in an indictment charging him and nine other people with using an Englewood flophouse as a gambling den and marijuana stash house.

Two months after that, Banks pleaded guilty to a Jan. 15, 2013 incident in which prosecutors said he assaulted his ex-girlfriend with a broomstick and belt, then restrained her from leaving.

The plea was marked by late appearances, no appearances, adjournments and bench warrants for Banks, who was arrested several other times by police in Bergen and Sussex counties while the case was pending.

After a judge sentenced him to probation and domestic violence counseling, police said, Banks tried to break down his ex-girlfriend’s door despite yet another order of protection.

Englewood police said he later burglarized her home and slashed her tires.

Quote: Banks’s criminal history began with charges of drunk driving, speeding and driving without a license before he was arrested in the gang-related marking of a girl with a cigarette.

Things got worse fast.

Banks was in an SUV that took off after being stopped for speeding in August 2011 a short time after a pair of burglaries at homes in Sparta and Jefferson Township in Sussex County.

The vehicle flipped during the high-speed chase, trapping Banks and members of an offshoot of the infamous James Bond Gang burglary ring. Police recovered more than $20,000 worth of stolen goods from inside the SUV.

Banks has been arrested no fewer than a dozen times since then, often for assaults, threats, resisting arrest, obstruction and violating court restraining orders, records show.

Despite New Jersey's bail reform law, a judge ordered that Banks not be released from the Bergen County Jail. He remained there Friday, pending further court action, a week after his arrest in Haworth.

Besides a warrant for skipping court in Hackensack, he's charged with domestic violence, aggravated assault, harassment and child endangerment out of Englewood.

Great dude.

Glad people like him get to walk the streets over and over again. Not only preying on us good guys, but training our youth to follow in their stupid a$$ foot steps. Imagine the things he has done that he didn't get caught doing.
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Sad he was so talented and just pissed it away. "don't lose your head, use your head, man"
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(02-10-2020 08:15 PM)UOFMGLENN Wrote:  Sad he was so talented and just pissed it away. "don't lose your head, use your head, man mane

FTFY
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(02-10-2020 04:26 PM)cmt Wrote:  
(02-10-2020 03:54 PM)Briskbas Wrote:  
(02-10-2020 03:32 PM)UOFMGLENN Wrote:  
(02-10-2020 03:01 PM)memphisike Wrote:  What happened to Banks, the Dude could Ball

Dude has been arrested dozens of times since leaving Memphis and has been in and out of jail many times. I think he is behind bars now.

From last year:

https://dailyvoice.com/new-jersey/northe...se/765624/

Quote: Banks, who has a history of domestic violence, burglary and drug offenses, also had outstanding warrants out of East Rutherford, Englewood Cliffs and Paramus when the car was stopped, records show.

It was nothing new.

Over the past decade and a half, Banks has been arrested and booked into the Bergen County Jail nearly two dozen times.

Now and then, he's ducked police before being caught. Then he's released while outstanding charges and restraining order violations continue to pile up.

Five years ago, Banks was charged with assaulting police.

Four months later, he was named in an indictment charging him and nine other people with using an Englewood flophouse as a gambling den and marijuana stash house.

Two months after that, Banks pleaded guilty to a Jan. 15, 2013 incident in which prosecutors said he assaulted his ex-girlfriend with a broomstick and belt, then restrained her from leaving.

The plea was marked by late appearances, no appearances, adjournments and bench warrants for Banks, who was arrested several other times by police in Bergen and Sussex counties while the case was pending.

After a judge sentenced him to probation and domestic violence counseling, police said, Banks tried to break down his ex-girlfriend’s door despite yet another order of protection.

Englewood police said he later burglarized her home and slashed her tires.

Quote: Banks’s criminal history began with charges of drunk driving, speeding and driving without a license before he was arrested in the gang-related marking of a girl with a cigarette.

Things got worse fast.

Banks was in an SUV that took off after being stopped for speeding in August 2011 a short time after a pair of burglaries at homes in Sparta and Jefferson Township in Sussex County.

The vehicle flipped during the high-speed chase, trapping Banks and members of an offshoot of the infamous James Bond Gang burglary ring. Police recovered more than $20,000 worth of stolen goods from inside the SUV.

Banks has been arrested no fewer than a dozen times since then, often for assaults, threats, resisting arrest, obstruction and violating court restraining orders, records show.

Despite New Jersey's bail reform law, a judge ordered that Banks not be released from the Bergen County Jail. He remained there Friday, pending further court action, a week after his arrest in Haworth.

Besides a warrant for skipping court in Hackensack, he's charged with domestic violence, aggravated assault, harassment and child endangerment out of Englewood.

Great dude.

Glad people like him get to walk the streets over and over again. Not only preying on us good guys, but training our youth to follow in their stupid a$$ foot steps. Imagine the things he has done that he didn't get caught doing.

Unfortunately, you are absolutely correct, happens constantly with criminal types getting in and out of trouble. Hard to keep up with them due to being released early, crowded incarceration units, poor record keeping by legal system, high dollar defense lawyers, and worst of all the lenient judges that have lost their edge in right sentence for crime committed, even though they have, in many cases, the same thug in their courtroom several times.

The old 3 strikes and you’re out plan has been scraped due to bleeding heart types.

There are people in Shelby County walking free after 6-8 DUI’s, multiple assaults, multiple property destruction, etc. Generally it takes loss of life for hard time to be served, and even at that point early release, more times than not, on the table.

Sad and frustrating for those that are victims.
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On the other hand, there are also many cases of players coming from similar backgrounds and taking advantage of their scholarship as their "Ticket Out of the Ghetto", to quote the White Shadow. Whether they go on to play pro ball or not, they deserve to be celebrated at least as much as the knuckleheads are lamented.

By any definition, Banks is a knucklehead.
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That team had some shooters & scorers:
Banks
Dwash
Carney
Rice
Hunt
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(02-11-2020 09:01 AM)MemTigers1998 Wrote:  That team had some shooters & scorers:
Banks
Dwash
Carney
Rice
Hunt

Of the above, I cheered loudest for Banks to make it as a pro.
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