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Feb 27, 18, 11:14 AM #31
Jim Calhoun was a legendary bad guy, to be sure. Kevin Stallings is a dark human, and Brian Thornton (who transferred from Vandy to Xavier after being 1st Team all SEC Freshman and then a really solid sophomore year) had some crazy stories about him. Shaka Smart is a complete phony and a lousy guy. Jim Baron was a complete jerk. Dr. John Giannini is a fairly odd cat as well. Bobby Hurley is a jerk, but his brother Danny is the opposite.
Rick Majerus, God rest his soul, was not a pleasant person to be around.
Darrin Van Horn is the lowest of the low.
Chris Collins is only "this much" above him...and I completely blame his dad who is THE WORST.Advertisement
Feb 27, 18, 11:16 AM #32
Everyone always rips Derek Kellogg for being crooked at UMass, and I'm sure that was the case, but he is a great dude.
@gametime rips my "man-crush" on Fran Dunphy, but even GT will admit that Fran is one of the all-time great guys in coaching.
No one will be shocked to know that Brad Stevens is probably the nicest human I ever met with the title "head coach".
Johnny Dawkins is awesome, funny, down-to-earth, and really bright.
Feb 27, 18, 11:25 AM #33
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Feb 27, 18, 11:30 AM #35
My son attended the Duke camp years ago. Wife took him down and saw the opening by coach K. Though she is not a Duke fan, she had complete respect for him. As does my son, who is a huge KY fan.
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Feb 27, 18, 11:55 AM #41Danny Hurley might be my favorite guy in the business. Have sat with him watching games for hours just laughing and telling stories...
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Feb 27, 18, 11:59 AM #43
I will say, however, he is one of those rare coaches that just had that aura about them. Not sure how to define it better than that, but there is a real presence about him.
Feb 27, 18, 12:00 PM #44
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