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germzag
02-20-2010, 07:59 PM
I am guessing Harris specifically, but also Bouldin? Anybody have an insight?

Also, Heister and Ehlo came up with some more classic material, predicting that if Big Will's fledgling basketball does not translate to the pros that he has a future as a caveman in the Geicko commercials. Actually kind of funny since Will could probably pull this off.
The Morrison interview, one word: painful. Morrison is tough to interview, but some of the questions were terrible

530ZAG
02-20-2010, 08:04 PM
Riley had to be looking at MB, right?

As for the A-Mo interview, did they really ask him if he's going to talk Jackson into more playing time?! What a stupid question...of course he wants more pt, but it's not his call.

Kinda sad hearing him infer that getting signed to another deal in the league wasn't a guarantee....Although a couple years overseas might be good for him.

GUDan07
02-20-2010, 08:27 PM
The Morrison interview felt like when Jim Gray asked Pete Rose if he bet on baseball during the all century team ceremony at the all star game in '99.

MDABE80
02-20-2010, 09:04 PM
lolo..Yeah Dan that one was just painful. Gray shoulda been smacked for it.
Ammo has don't so little, he'll be lucky to get an overseas job. WIsh it were so but he's trapped by his own image and just bad luck. Angelo might know but I think he's played enough seasons for his pension.... which should hold him in good shape moneywise anyway.

gamagin
02-20-2010, 09:06 PM
The Morrison interview felt like when Jim Gray asked Pete Rose if he bet on baseball during the all century team ceremony at the all star game in '99.

character (Heister) trying to coax "something" out of an interviewee whom he clearly is excited to be visiting with, but, nevertheless fails to spit out an interesting, or even half-assed pertinent, question. Like something about talking to his coach about getting more playing time, (whaaaaaaaaa ????!??? t.f.???)

Instead, Farley/Heister exudes more blustering enthusiasm, throws in a bunch of "ya knows" and hopes against hope Ammo, who doesn't even look up, will bail him out with "something, anything" for those of us sacrificing our halftime break for a tidbit from Ammo.

Any help at all would have helped us & Heister. An anecdote, a joke, a look up, a full on Ammo smile, even a nod to the peeps back in spokaloo, would have made the moment and salvaged the utterly dead time, which seemed like hours, being consumed by a very reluctant witness who was clearly cornered by a goofball. Ya Know ?

Would the standoff ever end with a crumb of new information for the starving masses?

Nope.

Nothing.

film at eleven.

Thomas_Sutpen
02-20-2010, 09:08 PM
Harris, Bouldin, & Keion Bell were the top prospects in that game.

SunDevilGolfZag
02-21-2010, 06:40 AM
Watched the game on FOX -- in the post-game interview Heister asked Bouldin about the affect of the NBA scouts in the stands during the game. Bouldin handled a very stupid question very well by basically saying he's just out there to focus on the game at hand.

Just A Zag
02-21-2010, 09:33 AM
Harris, Bouldin, & Keion Bell were the top prospects in that game.

I'd add Sacre to that list. A 7 footer with athleticism always gets a look IMO

GUDan07
02-21-2010, 11:04 AM
character (Heister) trying to coax "something" out of an interviewee whom he clearly is excited to be visiting with, but, nevertheless fails to spit out an interesting, or even half-assed pertinent, question. Like something about talking to his coach about getting more playing time, (whaaaaaaaaa ????!??? t.f.???)

Instead, Farley/Heister exudes more blustering enthusiasm, throws in a bunch of "ya knows" and hopes against hope Ammo, who doesn't even look up, will bail him out with "something, anything" for those of us sacrificing our halftime break for a tidbit from Ammo.

Any help at all would have helped us & Heister. An anecdote, a joke, a look up, a full on Ammo smile, even a nod to the peeps back in spokaloo, would have made the moment and salvaged the utterly dead time, which seemed like hours, being consumed by a very reluctant witness who was clearly cornered by a goofball. Ya Know ?

Would the standoff ever end with a crumb of new information for the starving masses?

Nope.

Nothing.

film at eleven.

Heister: Re....Uh.... Remember when you uh, played for Gonzaga?

Morrison: Yeah.

Heister: That was awesome.
:)

rijman
02-21-2010, 01:52 PM
Where is the old cocky Morrison who was full of swagger? He needs to reclaim his college attitude. I get that he is a small fish in the big pond, but that doesn't mean you completely change who you are and drop the attitude that got you there. Morrisons interview on Leno with the Lakers after they won the finals was sad to see. After Leno asked Morrison a question Kobe chimed in that Morrison never talks and sure enough he was very quiet in the team interview. I hope Ammo gets his confidence and swagger back before it's too late.

JPtheBeasta
02-21-2010, 04:44 PM
Heister: Re....Uh.... Remember when you uh, played for Gonzaga?

Morrison: Yeah.

Heister: That was awesome.
:)

http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_SOCEHNc8YpE/Skq3r2HoftI/AAAAAAAAANQ/EY4HOd2k-mU/s320/chris-farley.jpg

gamagin
02-21-2010, 04:58 PM
David Stockton.

He was wondering if he should just draft him now so he won't be embarassed again, when he (and everyone else) let his Pa, the best p.g. ever., escape to Utah.

And history.

The first redshirt number one draft pick in history.

Just in case . . .

RenoZag
02-21-2010, 05:34 PM
Hell, for all we know, Riley was checking out the chicks in the student section

MickMick
02-21-2010, 05:46 PM
I'll bet Will caught his eye once or twice.