heres the philosophical debate. Did he score...um yes..., end of debate. here the stats, we lost, that is 100%. Your odds mean nothing, we lost. They had the final shot we had not stopped the guy all night . They controlled the final seconds scored and lef us with no time to do anything about it. ISU shot 100% from the floor on that play. You have a 100% better chance of scoring if you have the ball with time left vs having the ball with no time left.
lets debate reality anyone can make philosophy anything they want it to be.
EDIT: Nevermind, I found the article. It just says Man City may be one of 76 clubs, but won't release the list until April. That's going to be an interesting month. The good news for me, is that apparently, Spurs have been doing it right (along with Arsenal) in gaining more points than spending, even after this past summer of big money signings. Salaries/purchases haven't exceeded revenues, so I'm happy right now.
City is one of the 76 teams facing further inquiry. No decision has been made. From what I gathered a few weeks ago, they were going to pass FFP due to contract signed more than 2 years ago or something.
If Liverpool makes UCL next year, we should be ok. If not, we could be looking at some consequences.
I honestly don't know much about him. I do know Logan Thomas was handcuffing your offense though. His Sophomore campaign showed great potential which never materialized. I think you guys will be much better off without him.
Arsenal is missing a striker... they having a really hard time scoring goals... if Arsene was not such a stingy ass, Arsenal would probably still be #1.
I think the lack of a truly talented striker is going to prevent them from being title contenders this season, but I still think Arsenal's midfield is talented enough to keep them in the top 4. I still think the table will be: