Thursday, January 25, 2007

Top 50 College players

The Card Chronicle Fab 50 is updated each week.

He did state that he had to admit he was wrong about Durant. Having him at #17 three weeks ago was inexcusable and I apologize. I have seen Kevin Durant in all his glory for the first time over the last week and a half, and doubts regarding his greatness will not escape my mouth from hereforth.

And now the list:

1. Alando Tucker, Wisconsin (LW: 1)
2. Glen Davis, LSU (LW: 2)
3. Kevin Durant, Texas (LW: 6)
4. Tyler Hansbrough, North Carolina (LW: 3)
5. Mario Boggan, Oklahoma State (LW: 8)
6. Nick Fazekas, Nevada (LW: 4)
7. Arron Afflalo, UCLA (LW: 9)
8. Aaron Brooks, Oregon (LW: 35)
9. Jared Dudley, Boston College (LW: 7)
10. Chris Lofton, Tennessee (LW: 4)
11. Al Horford, Florida (LW: 12)
12. Greg Oden, Ohio State (LW: 10)
13. Dominic James, Marquette (LW: 16)
14. Darren Collison, UCLA (LW: 18)
15. Joakim Noah, Florida (LW: 11)
16. Jarrius Jackson, Texas Tech (LW: 14)
17. Morris Almond, Rice (LW: 13)
18. Acie Law, Texas A&M (LW: 19)
19. Aaron Gray, Pitt (LW: 20)
20. Curtis Sumpter, Villanova (LW: 23)
21. Bo McCalebb, New Orleans (LW: 28)
22. Mustafa Shakur, Arizona (LW: 17)
23. Ivan Radenovic, Arizona (LW: 15)
24. Josh McRoberts, Duke (LW: 31)
25. Sean Singletary, Virginia (LW: 32)
26. A.J. Graves, Butler (LW: 22)
27. Brandon Heath, San Diego State (LW: 27)
28. Corey Brewer, Florida (LW: 21)
29. Marcus Williams, Arizona (LW: 36)
30. Al Thornton, Florida State (LW: 38)
31. Randolph Morris, Kentucky (LW: 24)
32. Rodney Stuckey, Eastern Washington (LW: 29)
33. Ronald Steele, Alabama (LW: 33)
34. Brandon Rush, Kansas (LW: 34)
35. JamesOn Curry, Oklahoma State (LW: NR)
36. Taurean Green, Florida (LW: 45)
37. Derek Raivio, Gonzaga (LW: 30)
38. Chase Budinger, Arizona (LW: 26)
39. Russell Carter, Notre Dame (LW: 48)
40. Jared Jordan, Marist (LW: 38)
41. Jacob Burtschi, Air Force (LW: 42)
42. D.J. Strawberry, Maryland (LW: 41)
43. Daequan Cook, Ohio State (LW: 49)
44. Spencer Hawes, Washington (LW: 25)
45. Loren Stokes, Hofstra (LW: 43)
46. Drew Neitzel, Michigan State (LW: 47)
47. Herbert Hill, Providence (LW: NR)
48. Adam Haluska, Iowa (LW: 40)
49. Demtris Nichols, Syracuse (LW: 50)
50. Ryan Anderson, California (LW: NR)

Chris Bosh

Chris Bosh

Another example of what not to do. This is a clip that shows right up the point of the tech given to Bosh. While it seems very small and little, and not much to it. None the less Chis Bosh was called for a tech.

One thing that my coach would always tell us were act like you have done it before. This is very good way of acting with character on the court. Has Chris Bosh dunked many of times? The simple answer is YES! So what's the whole point of even giving that look like your all that, and it was nothing really all that special!

Think about some of the other players that will just go out and play all the time, with out doing the little stupid stuff such as what this clip shows.

Luke Walton

Luke Walton, and alittle information on the guy. Here is a pretty good little right up that Luke is featured in

Who know that Luke has:
a tattoo of the Grateful Dead dancing skeletons, but instead of having top hats and canes they're spinning basketballs.
friends with two guys from That '70s Show -- Wil [Wilmer Valderrama] and Danny [Masterson]. They're just funny.
On appearing last year on The Young and the Restless

Dikembe Mutombo

Dikembe Mutombo gets a front row seat at the Presidents State of the Union address. They were horroring him about all his great effects to helping other people, trying to make the world a better place, assisting his fellow man through the treacherous terrain of this planet. But how awkard does he look in the front road, and especially with Yao's mother sitting right beside him.