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3 hours ago, Wolfcop said:

I just wanted to say "thank you" for being Panthers fans and for your willingness to share your thoughts here. This is probably a little corny, but I don't know many diehard Panthers fans (or whatever you would call this group). You all are the ones I come to for sharing the thrill of victory, the agony of defeat, and everything in between. We disagree at times, and sometimes quite often. But I appreciate everyone who contributes to this forum and even the lurkers. Otherwise, I would be hanging out on the Panthers' FB & Twitter messaging portals for my Panthers conversations...well, maybe not. Reading some of that makes me appreciate the Huddle even more. Anyway, thank you! And now a break from the Huddle to watch some youth basketball, which can be much more frustrating than Panthers' football at times. 

What manner of enchantment is this? 

I have been here probably since 2003 and have never seen a post like this. Debris What GIF by NBC

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3 hours ago, LinvilleGorge said:

Speaking of youth basketball, I'm telling y'all if you get a chance to watch Freedom High School do it. I've seen Freedom have far better teams but they have two of the freakier athletes I've ever seen on a HS basketball court and I've seen a ton of D1 guys come through. The best player of the two is only a sophomore so you'll have two more years to see him unless he ends up going the prep school route which is rare for a Freedom player.


I'm telling you, freaky. That kid is maybe 6'2" ish and can get his head to the rim.

he ain't no Cory Largent

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8 minutes ago, Carl Spackler said:

he ain't no Cory Largent

I love Corey and he was a fuging BALLER. I run into him weekly. But in terms of sheer athleticism this kid has him beat by a significant margin.

Those teams were RIDICULOUS though. That was literally a D1 college team on a HS court and they were all homegrown kids. They were the highest ranked publicly team in the country 

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