"We just have, I don't know, man," a despondent Burke said. "Learn from it, I guess.
"They just played with much more intensity, much more heart. They beat us. Simple as that."
"It came down to heart, really," Burke said. "It came down to toughness, and we didn't play with that the last four or five minutes.
"There were a couple times they got to the rim, we could have taken a charge, but we didn't. They got to the rim, they hit 3's and we didn't respond."
I don't know what happened, but all of a sudden I found myself in the mood to drink.... heavily.
Just poured myself a 16 oz glass of Fireball Whiskey (don't judge, I am a fan) on the rocks.
So what are you drinking?
What the thread title says. Lez git it awn.
My roommates and I have been having an interesting discussion on which teams actually have a need for a point guard in the upcoming NBA Draft. Going through most of the lower-tier NBA teams, most have drafted a high quality point guard in recent years. It seems that the NBA has had an influx of high-quality young point guards, and we're just having trouble finding a team that desperately needs a player like Trey.
Trust me, I am absolutely cherishing the time we have left watching Trey, I just thought I might get some interesting conversation going on this day while snowed in.
A couple teams that seem to have a sort of need for a high-quality PG seem to be the Rockets, the Jazz, the Suns and the Magic. But I was just wondering where you guys see him going/where you want to see him go?
Via twitter, @thomasbeisner, who hosts a University of Kentucky sports television show, reported earlier this morning that adidas schools will be wearing basketball uniforms with sleeves for the NCAA tournament. He followed up that report with the caveat that Michigan (and early-season foe NC State) will NOT wear these jerseys. The full release is from Sports Business Journal Daily article which is, unfortunately, behind a paywall.
Link here for the financially-inclined: https://www.sportsbusinessdaily.com/Daily/Morning-Buzz/2013/02/27/adidas.aspx
This could have been a disaster. Is it possible that the AD is getting the message that the fan base isn't too stoked about the Uniformz trend? Tweets pasted below:
NCAA teams sponsored by adidas will wear short-sleeve uniforms in the NCAA Tournament.
According to @SBJSBD, Michigan and NC State will not wear them. IU says they haven't heard and Louisville says they don't know specifics.