They have both won Player of the Year/Heisman.
They both have national championships.
They both have unreal work ethics.
They both are worshipped by the media and neither of them is expected to be a star on the next level.10 AnswersFootball (American)1 decade ago
Chicago over Boston 105-103
Dallas over San Antonio 105-97
Houston over Portland 108-81
I'm a Dallas fan but I think it was Houston over Portland. Boston and San Antonio are both without a star player. Houston dominated Portland without McGrady. They actually seem like a better team without him. I wasn't surprised they won but I was surprised with how they won.14 AnswersBasketball1 decade ago
Help recruit the #1 high school player in the nation for your favorite team. Sell me!8 AnswersBasketball1 decade ago
Kenny Boynton Jr. 6-3 G Florida
Dominic Cheek 6-6 G Villanova
DeMarcus Cousins 6-11 C Undecided
Derrick Favors 6-9 F Georgia Tech
Milton Jennings 6-9 F Clemson
Ryan Kelly 6-10 F Duke
Alex Oriakhi 6-9 C UConn
Peyton Siva 6-0 G Louisville
Lance Stephenson 6-6 F Undecided
Dexter Strickland 6-3 G UNC
Dante Taylor 6-9 F Pitt
Maalik Wayns 6-1 G Villanova
Avery Bradley Jr. 6-3 G Texas
Abdul Gaddy Jr 6-3 G Washington
Keith Gallon 6-9 C Oklahoma
Xavier Henry 6-6 G Memphis
John Henson 6-10 F UNC
Wally Judge 6-9 F Kansas State
Tommy Mason-Griffin 5-11 G Oklahoma
Mason Plumlee 6-11 F Duke
Renardo Sidney Jr. 6-10 C Undecided
Michael Snaer 6-5 G Florida State
David Wear 6-10 F UNC
Travis Wear 6-10 F UNC
What are you thoughts?2 AnswersBasketball1 decade ago
Who thinks Memphis should join a real conference? What is it 54 wins in a row? I mean I have all the respect in the world for last years team and coach Calipari but come on. I don't think this years team is a top 5 team. UConn, UNC and Pitt could win 100 in a row in that conference or probably more. I'd love to see Memphis in the Big East or SEC.
I know Blake Griffin is a beast but 16.2 ppg, 6.3 assists, 2.1 steals and 1.9 turnovers a game is pretty darn good for a point guard. Plus he shoots 80.9% from the free throw line and 49.4% from 3. He could be a better force on defense but I would say he's just as dominant as Griffin considering Griffin has about a foot height advantage.6 AnswersBasketball1 decade ago
Oklahoma loses to Kansas and Pitt is about to lose to Providence. UConn plays at Marquette tomorrow, Memphis plays at UAB Thursday and UNC plays Georgia Tech at home on Saturday. Who should be on upset alert? UAB is probably the best competition for Memphis in conference so I expect it to be close. Marquette and UConn will be a classic Big East match up and Georgia Tech has athletes. UNC tends to struggle with athletic teams. So who's next to lose?2 AnswersBasketball1 decade ago
Is that statement really true? If so, what championship team is the best example of that statement? It can be from any sport.2 AnswersOther - Sports1 decade ago
I know Oklahoma is 24-1 but are they really the 2nd best team in the nation, considering the Big 12 is having a down year and there non-conference schedule was weak? Don't get me wrong, Blake Griffin is the man but what about the rest of the team.