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Subject: Re: Has anyone ever needed so many apologist...


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Date Posted: 13:24:04 03/28/09 Sat
In reply to: Oldfox 's message, "Has anyone ever needed so many apologist..." on 11:30:04 03/28/09 Sat

What the hell did Martin do wrong in that game??? Did he miss the foul shots? Honestly, looking back on it, I don't know how the hell he won as many games as he did. He could have won 3 or 4 others. The talent level stunk. Keep thinking along those lines Ed1M... You'll be singing a different tune in the upcoming years... He had no inside game. Now he'll have a force in Drummond and more overall size and athleticism. If Siena is so great and Fran is the master, how the hell did he let his team get down 14 to a last place team? Also down in his home arena with 10 to play.

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