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Old 03-24-2018, 01:32 AM
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What amazes me is that, back in the Donoher era (my youth/adolescence), we were able to get a few good bigs (Kanieski, Colbert, Montague), and several others who could eat space and provide solid minutes (Morrison, Uhl, Ross, McCracken, Zern, Gorney), but now we cant find anyone over 68 who can walk & chew gum at the same time, and not be a head case? At a time when players in general are bigger and stronger than ever? It just boggles my mind that we cant even get 1 such guy (with the sole exception of #5, God rest his soul).

Keep in mind, Im not asking for someone like Bagley, Haas, or any other dominating presence. Just someone between 68 and 610, with at least 230 pounds of beef on his frame, who could be counted on for @ 6 points and 5 rebounds a game. Is that player that impossible to find?
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