I'll be talking to Jordan today or tomorrow.MICKEY wrote:May be someone with a twitter account can reach out to the link I previous posted and get confirmation about Jordan’s graduate status.
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Let's hope he stays in the paint at 6'8....He averaged 6.2 boards last season and 6.20 pts per game. He shot .457% from the floor. Played 24.3 minutes .... Assume GP told him he needs size and effort inside rather than another jump shooter.
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Also, plays good D.
a hard-nosed defender who is relentless in pursuit, both on and off the ball…has the skills to play multiple positions on the floor…
He will be, yes. Chatted with Jordan last night, here's the story:Suge wrote:Buffalo News has him sitting this year.
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Looking to the future, he looks like a good get to replace one of the three front court guys who leave next year. But I agree we still need help for this coming year and i’ve never been a fan of sit one, play one, but what do I know. It means we have to find a JC, freshmen or graduate transfer. I’m not as keen on the latter now because we would still need to replace the “grad” new year but if there is a good one i’d take him. There is one at the other NU (Northeastern) from Ottawa who might be still be out there, Maxime Boursiquot. Let’s keep our fingers crossed we get the right help we need.
As Mickey referred to, you lose Kratholm, Kuakumensah and Nwandu after this year. Doesn't help for this year at all, but not bad to bring in your starting 4 for 2021-22.anderson wrote:Why do a sit one play one on a role player? Don’t get it need help for this season