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Date Posted: Sat, November 28 2020, 16:33:47
Author: He knew the day he signed
Subject: Re: Tough Start for Molson
In reply to: Griffer 's message, "Re: Tough Start for Molson" on Sat, November 28 2020, 8:49:45

He was never going to be here long. Too many people got in his head and fed his ego that he could do better.

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[> [> [> Re: Tough Start for Molson -- LOL, Sat, November 28 2020, 19:55:44

Well that's funny. He's not even that good. When Reese was "right", he was ten times the player. Molson thought he'd go to Seton Hall and become a pro. Yeah ok. Woulda been better staying at Canisius and scoring 17 a game - at least then people maybe woulda taken notice and given him a chance. Now go score 7 a game and shoot 20% from the floor until Willard reduces and reduces your minutes. Then recruits over you next season. Great move "Big Time" lol.

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[> [> [> [> Re: Tough Start for Molson -- high school player, Sun, November 29 2020, 8:42:13

I agree. I saw promise in him when he was a freshman. As a sophomore it seemed as if he regressed. You have to be able to shoot the ball in today's game. He can't.

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