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#1 2011-03-28 16:14:44

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Espn Insider

I know some of you are insiders I was wondering if you could copy an article on here for me. Here is the link:
http://insider.espn.go.com/ncb/features … 3d20110324

Let me know if this doesn't work.

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#2 2011-03-28 16:21:46

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I want the one about mizzou if that's possible


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#3 2011-03-28 16:56:29

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http://insider.espn.go.com/ncb/features … %3dcomment

theres a link to the comments section and I think its possible to read it from there (so you dont have to look through all the other stories (if you have insider))


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#4 2011-03-28 17:03:00

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1 comment and they are supposed to meet with Matt painter Wednesday


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#5 2011-03-28 17:23:25

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Yep, I saw.


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UPDATE: One way or another, we should know by Tuesday whether Purdue coach Matt Painter is interested in taking the Missouri job.

Vahe Gregorian of the Post-Dispatch reports Monday that Missouri has already contacted Painter's agent.

Interestingly, Missouri State coach Cuonzo Martin, who many considered to be a leading candidate for the Tigers' job, accepted the offer to become Tennessee's head coach on Sunday. A college teammate of Painter, Martin's surprising decision could be telling as to what Painter is thinking.

"Considering they also share an agent, Buddy Baker," Gregorian writes, "it might be surmised they would know each other's plans and that Martin wouldn't have gone to Tennessee unless he knew Painter wasn't leaving [Purdue]."

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Perhaps Matt Painter isn't a complete shot in the dark, after all. A report in The Kansas City Star on Friday indicated that the Purdue coach is "high on the list of candidates" to replace Mike Anderson.

The story also mentioned Missouri State's Cuonzo Martin as a secondary option for the Tigers' opening. Interestingly, it points out, Martin was a teammate of Painter at Purdue and served as an assistant with the Boilermakers for eight seasons under both Gene Keady and Painter.

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Rumors have been circulating that Purdue's highly regarded coach, Matt Painter, could be a possibility for the Missouri job. As columnist Bernie Miklasz of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch points out, Painter would be a long-shot -- he's a Purdue grad and, more than anything, would probably just use the rumors as leverage in negotiating a contract extension -- but it's not entirely out of the question.

"And if Painter wants this job, then [Missouri athletic director] Mike Alden won't have to go on a coaching search. The 'search' would begin and end with Painter.

We don't see any way Painter leaves his dream job at his alma mater for another school unless the money is just too good to pass up (he's reportedly earning $1.3 million annually at Purdue). Even still, Purdue would likely do whatever it could to retain one of the best young coaches in the business.

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Missouri athletic director Mike Alden wasted little time Wednesday describing the type of qualities that the Tigers' next men's basketball coach must have. Alden highlighted the following: a focus on academic success, an ability to recruit on a national level, a mentor of good behavior on and off the court, a dedicated work ethic.

Working off that criteria, Ben Frederickson of the Columbia Missourian came up with an initial list of candidates for the job.

VCU's Shaka Smart is another strong candidate who could view Missouri as a "destination job."

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Right off the bat, Buzz Williams has to be considered; the Marquette coach has extensive ties to the region, whether it be in the high school or junior college ranks. Though they may not have shown it this season, Marquette (under Williams) is also a very able defensive team. However, there are still questions if Williams will stay in Milwaukee (or if he might be swayed by a job offer at Tennessee or Oklahoma). If he did leave, he would probably bring assistant Tony Benford but if not, Benford would also be a good candidate.

Johnny Jones of North Texas has been able to raise the profile of the UNT program; it might be a bit of a leap from Sun Belt to the Big 12 but Jones has been able to thoroughly recruit the state of Texas. Similarly, Russell Springmann is one of the top recruiters in the state; the Texas assistant has helped to elevate the Longhorns through his recruiting efforts.

Though it may be a long shot, we wonder if Missouri would consider Tracy Webster. The Nebraska assistant is a Midwest guy (some had linked him to several of the MAC and Horizon League openings) but he now has some experience in the Big 12 and would be able to build a nice pipeline from Columbia to the Chicago-area.

Another candidate of (possible) interest might be Jean Prioleau. Though not a household name, the Colorado assistant has worked his way up the ranks of a plethora of southwest and Big 12 programs. A talented recruiter, it may be too presumptuous to consider him for the top spot at a BCS conference school but he could be a unexpected candidate.


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#7 2011-03-28 22:06:22

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#8 2011-03-28 22:26:20

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Reading an article on my phone today, it doesn't sound like Smart will go anywhere.

VCU AD and president both said they would aggressively pursue keeping him at the school, so I guess we'll see what happens.

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#9 2011-03-28 22:30:46

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No I don't see him leaving...personally yeah he has done a great job this season but he needs to do something next season (doesn't have to get back to the final four but make the tournament) for me to buy into him fully

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#10 2011-03-28 22:31:55

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Either way he made himself at least 3 million dollars for winning these 5 games...


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#11 2011-03-28 22:34:13

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Not 3 maybe in the future but not next season

For the future it is probably a lot more than 3


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#12 2011-03-28 22:35:08

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You see my post bout painter??


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#13 2011-03-28 22:36:23

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I really wish my dad would've put even like 20 bucks on VCU while he was in Vegas...


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There will be teams that offer him at least 3 mil. more than he is currently making, which will force VCU to counter-offer


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3 mil??? Maybe over a long contract but not per season way to big of a risk there are only like 3 coaches in all of basketball getting paid 3 mil per


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#16 2011-03-28 22:40:16

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Here is a link all you have to do is insert mike Anderson at 2.2 million

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Could somebody paste this article?
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I don't know how I came across this article, looked kinda intersting. Could somebody post this if it's not 2 much trouble. Thanks.

http://proxy.espn.go.com/nba/columns/story?id=1983330


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Could somebody paste this article?
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The 2004 Green Bay Packers were a pretty good football team. They went 10-6 and Brett Favre, who turned 35 that season the day before a Week 5 loss to Tennessee, still appeared to have a lot left in the tank. He threw for 4,088 yards, 30 touchdowns and -- as was always the case -- started every game. Like any 10-6 team that loses a wild-card game, the natural assumption approaching the offseason for many fans is that with a couple tweaks, the team could be ready to contend for a title. If the team could shore up the defense, which was 23rd in the league in points allowed, and maintain offensive momentum (the offense was fifth in points scored), 2005 held some promise.

But on draft day Green Bay's new general manager, Ted Thompson, passed on addressing any defensive concerns in Round 1 once Aaron Rodgers fell to the Packers with the 24th pick. Thompson did land some defensive help later, drafting Nick Collins and Brady Poppinga, but the value of Rodgers was deemed too much to pass up.

In 2005, the Packers went 4-12.

After that season, Thompson fired Mike Sherman and hired Mike McCarthy, and while Rodgers started exactly zero games in his first three seasons, then went 6-10 in his first year as a starter ... well, you get the idea. The bottom line is that at some point, teams must consider who the heir will be to a star quarterback (or even a merely decent one). So with a lot of talk that both the Patriots and Colts could draft a quarterback as early as Round 1, let's take a look at the places around the league where this mindset could come into play, and what the urgency should be on a 1 to 10 scale.

Peyton Manning
The same age as Favre was when the Packers drafted Rodgers, Manning is entering his 14th season having never missed a game. And while he had his lowest QB rating since 2002, don't point your fingers at Manning. His wide receiving corps was decimated by injuries, the offensive line play was leaky and the Colts couldn't run the ball. There's been talk that Indy could draft Andy Dalton or Jake Locker late in Round 1, but there shouldn't be panic. That said, Manning's greatness is such that his absence would devastate the win-loss ratio. I would address a bigger immediate need in Round 1, but it would no longer shock me to see the Colts consider an heir if they think there's a guy who has the talent, and the patience, to develop for at least a few years.

Urgency level (1-10): 5

Tom Brady
In 2008, Brady threw exactly 11 passes for the Patriots and they went 11-5. Bill Belichick's resourcefulness is such that you can imagine he's confident that he can win with anybody, but there's a huge chasm between being capable of winning and feeling like a legit Super Bowl contender. Brady will be 34 in August, and I don't see signs that he's lost any zip on the fastball, much less his competitive fire. I wouldn't be surprised if Belichick takes a quarterback, but that's partly because a) he has so many picks, and b) the Matt Cassel experience should have other GMs eyeing the guys behind Brady if and when they become available.

Urgency level: 4

Drew Brees
Quick test: Name the current backup for the New Orleans Saints. Doesn't exactly pop in your head immediately, does it? Brees is the identity of this franchise, and the thought of Chase Daniel or Sean Canfield taking over doesn't sound like a recipe for immediate success. Brees is just 32 and has a lot of bullets left, but I will say this: If the Saints see a name they really like in the middle of the draft, it might be worth it to let Brees help mentor another young guy. Philip Rivers has worked out pretty well after taking over for Brees in San Diego.

Urgency level: 4

Tony Romo
Romo will be 31 on April 21, so I don't see this as much of a need, but you get a sense that Dallas has some durability concerns, not merely because Romo is coming off an injury, but because of the way he extends plays and is willing to hang onto the ball so long before he gets rid of it. It's admirable, but also a constant concern for personnel people. I think the Cowboys are comfortable with Romo under center, but I don't believe for a minute that Jerry Jones doesn't have his eyes open. This is a team that has to have a solid No. 2 on the roster.

Urgency level: 6

Carson Palmer
Obviously, the urgency level is a 10 for the Bengals if Palmer isn't going to be back in Cincinnati, and all indications are he wants out. But if he's somewhere else, the team shouldn't be that concerned about having a top-flight development plan in place. Palmer is just 32, and aside from the season where he blew out a knee, he's been durable. Without knowing the team he's playing for, it's hard to assess any urgency level.

Urgency level: NA

Matt Hasselbeck
He could be elsewhere next year, but if Hasselbeck returns to Seattle, the franchise should be hard at work on a plan to replace him. He'll be 36 in September, has dealt with injuries in each of the past three seasons and the depth chart isn't much to get excited about. I can definitely see the Hawks going with a quarterback in Round 1. Locker?

Urgency level: 9

David Garrard
Coming off an injury, Garrard is 33 is facing a lot of talk that the Jags are actively seeking his replacement. While he's actually been a relatively steady quarterback for his career, the team is clearly of the mindset that they know his ceiling. Jacksonville could draft a quarterback as soon as Round 1.

Urgency level: 8

Jason Campbell
After the disaster of JaMarcus Russell, Campbell looked positively great by comparison, but while he can manage a game, nobody will mistake him for a dynamic threat at the position. He should be good to shepherd this team for now, but you have to assume the Raiders will keep their eyes open for a guy with more upside to develop.

Urgency level: 7

Donovan McNabb/Rex Grossman
Nobody is under the impression that McNabb will be The Man in Washington anymore, and Grossman's 2006 season seems like it was forgotten by 2007.

Urgency level: 10







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I don't know how I came across this article, looked kinda intersting. Could somebody post this if it's not 2 much trouble. Thanks.

http://proxy.espn.go.com/nba/columns/story?id=1983330

Everyone has his favorite players on each NBA team. But you would be surprised that many of us root for the player who always seems to be wearing his warmups.

He's the ultimate understudy, the role player.

When his name is called, he's the guy who sprints to the scorer's table amid the hoots and hollers of scattered voices in the crowd. Until that time, he sits on the bench seemingly for an eternity. But when he's used, he's expected to play well.

An NBA team's 10th-to-12th man might play anywhere from 1-10 minutes per game or he might log 10 DNP-CD's (Did Not Play-Coach's Decision) in a row. For this guy, when his name is called, he had better play like it's his last NBA game. If he does not have a long-term contract, these precious minutes just might be his last in the league.

But these role players are not just practice fodder or seat fillers. The best benchwarmers are important to NBA teams. I'm going to tell you why these role players matter, name some of my favorites this season and list a few former 12th men who have become "successes" in the league.

Some fans might see benchwarmers and think, 'I could do that.'

What fans sometimes don't understand is how hard it is for an NBA deep reserve in many instances a star player anywhere else in the world to accept this role.

He has to deal with the frustration of not playing. At the same time, he has to demonstrate to his coaches that he is good and dedicated. Every day, he has to defeat the challenges of sometimes younger and even more-talented players who want his role on the squad.

His work ethic must be noticed and he must show coaches that he is doing what is needed to make his teammates better.

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Many times, these spots are filled with younger players who are hungry to make the roster and stay in the league. These players usually work under non-guaranteed contracts until midseason. Even when the contracts are guaranteed, it's usually at the minimum salary of an NBA player.

If the Nos. 10-12 spots on the active squad are filled by veterans, then those players are usually men the coaching staff know and trust, not only on the court but off the floor. Those vets are kept around to help direct and teach the younger players how to be professional at all times.

Basically, these last three spots had better be coaches' allies. If not, those players had better be ready to change addresses very soon. It happens.

Another reason the spots continually are changing is to avoid complacency within your team.

Each day, these role players need to bring their "A" efforts to the table. When the time and schedule does allow for a normal practice, the role players are working either individually or as a group with assistant coaches on improving their games. This takes place before and after practice.

Most teams take two buses to the games, about 30-45 minutes apart.

These players take the first bus to get their ankles taped early, then go ahead and get their work done on the court.

Some teams have rules that require you to workout after each game if you don't get 20 minutes of playing time, depending on the upcoming schedule.

Many starters and rotation players participate as well, but coaches must be careful not to wear their legs out and save something for the game.

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The Sixers' role players help complement The Answer.
The role players must get extra work in to keep their conditioning up. You don't realize the shape you have to be in and maintain to play at the NBA level. Try sprinting up and down a full-size court, jumping and jostling with huge men at the same time. It is not easy.

If you are not in the rotation, it often means that you may have to play more defense than offense in practice so the starters can get the timing of the offensive plays down.

Participating on the scout team is the norm. These spots usually are filled by the third point guard or by post players when coaches feel that you can never get enough big men. Some of these players improve so much that they become rotation players and/or starters later on.

Here are the few of my favorite role players. Their resumes might not sparkle, but I like them because they do the dirty work every day:

1. Rick Brunson, G, Clippers: Brunson is a pro's pro. Coaches and teammates all respect and appreciate what he brings to the table. He is tremendous in screen roll action offensively and knows how to play. Rick is in his eighth season and eighth team, and is getting a chance to start (21 straight games) due to injuries in the Clippers' backcourt.

2. Kevin Ollie, G, 76ers: Ollie has been back and forth on the IR this season but has been on 10 teams in only seven NBA seasons. Coaches love his work ethic and ability to stabilize the team when he is in the game. This season, Ollie has appeared in only 16 games totaling 74 minutes.

3. Anthony Goldwire, G, free agent: He never gives up, and this is what coaches love about him. He recently spent time with the Bucks and Pistons on 10-day contracts. I've coached Anthony with two different teams and know first hand how hard he competes. In seven NBA seasons, he's played with eight teams. He's also spent four seasons in the CBA and a few overseas.

4. Mikki Moore, C, Clippers: Here's another Clipper having a career-best season in terms of playing time. He is with his sixth team in six years in the league, but Moore gained a lot of respect with me with his attitude, knowledge, and ability after spending two weeks with him in the SuperSonics' training camp last season.

Brian Cardinal (foreground), Dwight Howard
Cardinal (foreground) went from camp fodder to deep reserve to multimillionaire.
5. Bruno Sundov, C, Knicks: The Knicks and president Isiah Thomas are waiting for Sundov to develop. He's played for six team in his seven NBA seasons and has appeared in just 92 games in his career.

Some of these role players work for years and then find their niches in some teams' regular rotations. Here are three of my favorite "success stories":

1. Brian Cardinal, Grizzlies: With the Pistons and Wizards his first three seasons, Cardinal always was worried about being the next player waived. Even though his plus/ minus ratio is off the charts in a positive way, he dives for every loose ball, and his team wins the majority of the practice games. But with those teams, Cardinal rarely played unless it was in a mop-up situation. In 2003, he was invited to the Warriors' camp as a a non-roster player. He became a sensation with the Warriors, appearing in 76 games that season after totaling just 28 appearances his first three NBA seasons. Jerry West and the Grizzlies liked what they saw, and they signed Cardinal who had earned $633,000 the previous year with the Warriors to a six-year contract for a guaranteed $34 million.

The player nicknamed "The Custodian" really cleaned up, I guess.

2. Michael Curry, F, Pacers: For five seasons from 1990-95, Curry played with numerous teams in the CBA and around the world seeking his fortune. When we brought him into Detroit, he immediately won everyone over with his desire and tough, hard-nosed play. He promised that his team would never lose in our 4-on-4 competitive defense drill, and he was right most of the time. Michael even organized players working out after practice. He is now in his 11th NBA season and helping the Pacers make a playoff run. A more telling indication of how far he's risen: For years, Curry has been president of the NBA Players Association's executive committee.

3. Tony Massenburg, C, Spurs: Even though I have never coached Tony, I respect what he has accomplished over his 13 years in the NBA. He's played with 13 teams. A career 48-percent field-goal shooter, he boasts a 6.3 ppg career scoring average and is a valuable component on any team. He prepares so well that he is always ready when coach Gregg Popovich calls his number.


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Thanks man


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There will be teams that offer him at least 3 mil. more than he is currently making, which will force VCU to counter-offer

Bull as noah said hardly any coaches even make 3 million and thats for making consecutive final fours and winning multiple championships. Hes going to have to make it far at least 1 more time to be able to make that much.. and probably he'll have to win a championship to get 3m


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3 mil??? Maybe over a long contract but not per season way to big of a risk there are only like 3 coaches in all of basketball getting paid 3 mil per

Yup.  Not an ice-cube's chance in hell of that happening.


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Shaka won't get a contract over 1.5 mil from anywhere. I think his final 4 trip was a 1-time deal. If he can take the there again then I think he would go somewhere.


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Shaka won't get a contract over 1.5 mil from anywhere. I think his final 4 trip was a 1-time deal. If he can take the there again then I think he would go somewhere.

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