January 24th, 2017 at 5:11 PM ^

It's a good read. Hope that when his basketball days are over, he'll still have the discipline he has today. I will definitely root for the kid...

On a related note, what happened to Derrick Nix?

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January 24th, 2017 at 5:26 PM ^

with the cool Estes rocket collection and the almost-hot (hot enough anyway) big sister.  He's impossible to hate, pretty mellow, from a nice family, and you'll protect him if he gets picked on. So yeah, no problem rooting for this kid at all.



January 25th, 2017 at 7:14 PM ^

Yes because we all clap and say 'good show young man' when an opponent makes a good play and we lose.  It's sports dude, its all about hating the other team, especially the ones you play a lot.  It's not real hate, it's not tweeting and stalking and yelling at in person hate.  C'mon now.  Lighten up.


January 24th, 2017 at 9:12 PM ^

Sparty is sitting at 12-9 with 2-3 okay-good wins over Minnesota x2 and Northwestern. There are 10 games left, 5 of which are @Michigan, @Nebraska, @Maryland, @Purdue and home with Wisconsin. They almost HAVE to win at least 3 of those along with winning all of their other games to get in the Tourney it would seem. A B1G Tourney run would also help of course, but man, it's got to be a bit hairy on that bubble for those asshats.


January 24th, 2017 at 9:41 PM ^

Right. And how ridiculous is that. The potential they have that is truly carrying them is asinine. I don't have much faith beating them either time in the coming week and a half but beating us makes not a true tournament team; where the opposite would be true for us I feel.

And as I'm sitting here typing this, I feel like an 18-13 Sparty team (19-14 or 20-14 after B1G Tourney) would for sure be in the NCAA Tourney because of brand, even though getting to that record would have few good-great wins, if any.


January 25th, 2017 at 9:15 AM ^

I have no problems with Purdue and I have been watching Spike ball out lately.  We could use that leadership quality that he brought to the team.  Like Bielfeldt, it was a huge mistake to let these two go somewhere else for their 5th year.  Haas and Swanigan are really good guys too.  It's hard to hate on this team.