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Hansblow gets way with a sh*t load of calls and gets all the calls in the world don't f*cking deny it...

Hey Ncstatefan, what gives you the right to come on here talking college bball. You wouldn't know what good college bball looked like if it slapped your mom in the mouth. Don't come on this board again until a Tarheel gives you permission.

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I think you have to see Tyler play in person to understand the energy and intensity he plays with...THat guy never stops. I can understand why his opponents get frustrated with him. He's the Dennis Rodman of college hoops.

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I think you have to see Tyler play in person to understand the energy and intensity he plays with...THat guy never stops. I can understand why his opponents get frustrated with him. He's the Dennis Rodman of college hoops.

Not even fuging close. Tyler is intense and hustles on every play, but no way is he like Rodman. Rodman was a freak on the boards and on defense. Tyler gets rebounds just cause he is basically stronger and bigger then most in college. Also Tyler couldn't win defensive player of the year if he was playing middle school kids. By far the dumbest homeristic comment ever made about Tyler

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Not even f*cking close. Tyler is intense and hustles on every play, but no way is he like Rodman. Rodman was a freak on the boards and on defense. Tyler gets rebounds just cause he is basically stronger and bigger then most in college. Also Tyler couldn't win defensive player of the year if he was playing middle school kids. By far the dumbest homeristic comment ever made about Tyler

I can see a comparison, simply in terms of motor. But you're right....Hansborough > Rodman offensively. Rodman > Hansborough defensively. Completely different players in that respect.

I respect Hansborough. I really do. It's the referees who let him take four steps or give him every call when UNC is 10 points down that make me sick. The opponent has busted its ass to get a 10-point lead on UNC, and time and time again the calls start going one way until UNC is back in it. I've seen that movie hundreds of times over the years.

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I can see a comparison, simply in terms of motor. But you're right....Hansborough > Rodman offensively. Rodman > Hansborough defensively. Completely different players in that respect.

I respect Hansborough. I really do. It's the referees who let him take four steps or give him every call when UNC is 10 points down that make me sick. The opponent has busted its ass to get a 10-point lead on UNC, and time and time again the calls start going one way until UNC is back in it. I've seen that movie hundreds of times over the years.

I'll give you that but Rodman did average 26 points in college one year. It was on a crap team though. He also lead the NBA in field goal % one year. He just never really tried to score points he just liked to defend and get boards. But he did say if had to make a lay up he would probably miss it.

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Not even f*cking close. Tyler is intense and hustles on every play, but no way is he like Rodman. Rodman was a freak on the boards and on defense. Tyler gets rebounds just cause he is basically stronger and bigger then most in college. Also Tyler couldn't win defensive player of the year if he was playing middle school kids. By far the dumbest homeristic comment ever made about Tyler

He didn't even say he was as good as Rodman. He said he played with the same intensity which i don't disagree with. Rodman was a better player though.

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The state of kentucky wishes it was North Carolina. Seriously, Kentucky is a 2nd-rate NC imitator.

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