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Tweeder

Well at least I am Happy

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Only people that believed that lived west of the Rockies.

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I want K there as long as possible...THe fact is that we've been fortunate enough, if your old enough, to have seen some of the all time great coaches going head to head in this league.

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I want K there as long as possible...THe fact is that we've been fortunate enough, if your old enough, to have seen some of the all time great coaches going head to head in this league.

Absolutely, Hopefully Roy and K around for many years to come.

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I too am happy he does not plan on going anywhere. I live for those UNC/DUKE games on the schedule each season. Facts are there that K has lost his momentum he once had, but I think he will pick it back up. I have a feeling he will have to "clear the house" of his assistant coaches though. I dont think a decent big man will ever want Wojo in his ear.

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Well, as long as Tweeder's happy...

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