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It's Over For Obi
It's Over For Obi
Published by Swampy Meadows
It's Over For Obi

BEVERLY HILLS (MI) -- Let’s face it, for many UD fans Obi Toppin’s rookie campaign with the New York Knicks provided a welcome respite to the dead period that usually follows the Dayton Flyers’ hoops season. For most of March, April, May and early June, #1’s exploits gave us something to marvel at and to wonder what the future might bring.

But now it’s over.

Next stop:
the gym to keep up the grind.

Followed by:

And then in September, fatherhood, when his daughter will be born.

Here are some of the highlights from Obi’s rookie season:


“New York Knicks Rookie Obi Toppin Is Wowing Fans With His Dunks, But His Father Was Even Better”:


“Imagine raising your son in New York and someday hearing his name chanted at The Garden. Must be an incredible feeling. What a scene.”


Obi and Immanuel Quickley got their vaccinations--have you?


How assistant coach Anthony Solomon wound up at Notre Dame for third hoops tour:


Which obviously created an opening on AG’s staff and he smartly filled it by bringing back James Kane and promoting the rest of the staff, including hot commodity Ricardo Greer:


Greer is included in this list of former Pitt basketball players filling college, high school coaching staffs across the country:


The Flyers are headed to The Battle For Atlantis in 2022:


Former Flyer Charles Cooke is now a Hamilton Honey Badger:


Stadium’s NBA Draft Entry Tracker has one name missing--Ibi Watson:


Telling quote from “The Home Town Coach” Mark Adams on the Transfer Portal:


Despite nine departures, Dukes Coach Keith Dambrot says “I think this is the best team we have ever had here”:


Love him or hate him, you gotta admit that Coach K built a basketball empire at Duke:


The 4 speed transaxle from James Dean’s 1955 Porsche 550 Spyder recently sold for $382,000. Not the whole car, just the transaxle!


$34 for a lobster roll?


Listen to what is probably the greatest Steely Dan show ever:


That’s it “From the Swamp.”
You can email me at: swampy@udpride.com
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By steverino015 on 06-03-2021, 01:34 PM
it was fun to watch...
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