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Grew up in Western NY state to a Scottish emigrant playing basketball, watching soccer, and enjoying baseball. Graduated from Temple University while enjoying plenty of cheesesteaks at Ishkabibble's on South Street, taking in many a Phillie's game at the Vet for $10, and finding solidarity in Philadelphia sports fans' woes. Currently serve as a vagabond.
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technology is crap!! ok, maybe it's not. just freakin' email it. (JBfilebox@gmail.com)
Well, I guess i'm just not that special on here yet. I don't have that "access." How are you even able to send it if I can't get to it? Ack.
no, still retarded. i have HI! settings write logout.
I could be retarded. I can't find an inbox
Please take a look when you can thanks: http://bleacherreport.com/articles/381807-nba-season-recap-42010
Patrick, I DEFINITELY give Josh Pastner an A+.
He has brought an energy and passion to the job that the entire city of Memphis has responded to. He is humble, charismatic, accessible and enthusiastic.
He hired an absolutely amazing coaching staff. Two of his assistants are being eyed by top 20 programs. How many 1st year head coaches have THAT happen?
And, of course, he hauled in the No. 1 recruiting class in the country. Not many rookie head coaches can claim that distinction, either.
Given how gutted the program was when Calipari left, I would not only say that this was the best possible hire, but I doubt any other potential coach could have matched the energy and optimism that Josh Pastner brought from the moment he was hired.
Could Tracy McGrady be on his way to New York?