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    IMO, last night was about being smart more than...

    IMO, last night was about being smart more than being tough. Lots of poor shot selection, missed rotations, and ill-timed turnovers. Not mutually exclusive, of course, but across most sports playing...
  2. A few thoughts: 1) What a phenomenal game. Fun...

    A few thoughts:

    1) What a phenomenal game. Fun to watch, even with the loss. Just two really good teams with a ton of talented players trading blows.

    2) Tremendous experience for the younger...
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    Great Holmgren article

    https://www.theringer.com/2021/11/12/22778105/chet-holmgren-gonzaga-freshman-draft-prospect-body-type

    Love this part:
    "What if Holmgren just doesn’t bulk up? What if this is the way his body is...
  4. Timme, Holmgren, Watson, and Gregg were a...

    Timme, Holmgren, Watson, and Gregg were a combined 0/6 from 3. Take the bigs out, and our guards shot 40% from behind the arc. Inflated by Bolton but I'm not worried about outside shooting. Lots of...
  5. No I should have clarified that clearly as a...

    No I should have clarified that clearly as a couple they have alternative views of medical treatments...but yes, this one is 100% on him. His passive aggressive approach to almost everything has sure...
  6. His fiance eats clay to remove "toxins" from her...

    His fiance eats clay to remove "toxins" from her body. So that's a good starting point.

    Second point is that anybody at the very top of a field has a halo effect whereby they imagine themselves as...
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    This is making me laugh way too hard. But it's a...

    This is making me laugh way too hard. But it's a gastropub! And a "complimentary cup of water will be provided upon request"!
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    https://www.thelancet.com/journals/laninf/article/...

    https://www.thelancet.com/journals/laninf/article/PIIS1473-3099(21)00620-4/fulltext

    If vaccination rates in Florida had kept pace with rates in Vermont and Massachusetts — two of the most...
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    https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2021-10-12...

    https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2021-10-12/why-some-nations-have-deadlier-outbreaks-with-the-same-vaccines

    There is a lot of factors that contribute the case rates, hospitalization rates,...
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    Hard pass. A natty would (will) be great, but...

    Hard pass. A natty would (will) be great, but missing the tournament that often would take a huge piece of Gonzaga's appeal away from recruits. I also think the Zags would have been hurt far more by...
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    Remember when ZaGranny used to post here and...

    Remember when ZaGranny used to post here and would share her amazing enthusiasm and travel stories, while also talking about her health concerns? I really hope all Zag fans would consider that people...
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    https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/covid19/mortality-overvie...

    https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/covid19/mortality-overview.htm

    One of the most difficult aspects of vaccine safety and efficacy to overcome is the human bias for inaction versus action. Very few people...
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    I watched a bit. His misrepresentation of the...

    I watched a bit. His misrepresentation of the VAERS data is hard to get through. It's a really poor system for drawing any scientific conclusions. There's also a straw man argument weaved throughout...
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    I'd love to have the time to watch both videos. I...

    I'd love to have the time to watch both videos. I am slammed at work right now, but more importantly I'm a psychologist and not a physician, so I can't offer much insight anyway. I'll try to get to...
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    Things will change as numbers go down. It may be...

    Things will change as numbers go down. It may be annual, maybe not. But I'll go to the doc twice a year if it means others are safe.
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    You don't know what the long-term complications...

    You don't know what the long-term complications from Covid-19 is. Nobody knows that either. If 700,000+ in the US and 5 million around the world die from the vaccine, then perhaps my mind would...
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    https://www.espn.com/blog/collegebasketballnation/...

    https://www.espn.com/blog/collegebasketballnation/post/_/id/86870/study-everybody-loves-a-cinderella

    This article is from a while back, but it points to there being actual data behind the long...
  18. Ball hog is an interesting term, because...

    Ball hog is an interesting term, because shooting/scoring tends to to be the only singular role on a team that is stigmatized if done in isolation. If a guy shoots very little but has a ton of...
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    Their job? I guess to play the sport of their...

    Their job? I guess to play the sport of their choosing for the university of their choosing. The coaches, AD, and university president can dictate the extent to which that athletic performance merits...
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    Lots of people with financial stability, in this...

    Lots of people with financial stability, in this thread and throughout sports media, lecturing young athletes about money and motivation out of their own self interest. NIL at it's heart is all about...
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    The funny thing is most of the complaining has...

    The funny thing is most of the complaining has been a complete straw man. There's been almost zero gossip or speculation. The first few pages were mostly just opinions and perspectives from fans, a...
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    It's a really good point, ZO. A dear, departed...

    It's a really good point, ZO. A dear, departed friend was fond of saying that people spend their lives "falling off of pedestals that we put them on." While outside fans respect and admire Few, many...
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    I find the posts asking for the thread to stop...

    I find the posts asking for the thread to stop particularly amusing as the effect is in actuality bumping it right back up to the top of the forum.

    Like it or not, this is an ongoing story. Do we...
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    It's scheduled for April 4th, 2022 in New Orleans.

    It's scheduled for April 4th, 2022 in New Orleans.
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    "Drink" is a real misnomer at this point. Many...

    "Drink" is a real misnomer at this point. Many craft brews are in the 6-8% range. I used to follow the limit of 2, but two Belgian Dubbels is like having 4+ Coors Lights.
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