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    Kansas wears down MU men’s basketball team

    CATALIN ABAGIU
    KU forward Darrell Arthur scores on MU Tigers guard Matt Lawrence.

    By JOHN JUETTNER
    January 19, 2008 | 11:02 p.m. CST
    COLUMBIA — Too much talent.
    It was No. 3 Kansas’ balance and depth that outweighed Missouri’s star on Saturday night at Mizzou Arena.
    MU Tigers guard Matt Lawrence reacts to an intentional fault decision against him by one ...

    MU Tigers Forward DeMarre Carroll attempts to score over KU's Sasha Kaun.

    Kansas forward Sasha Kaun dunks in the second half as Missouri's student section looks on.

    Late in the second half, Keon Lawrence and Leo Lyons react as Kansas begins to ...

    Missouri forward DeMarre Carroll is blocked out by Kansas' Darnell Jackson in the first half ...

    Guard Stefhon Hannah did his best to bring the Missouri men’s basketball team a victory with 23 points, but No. 3 Kansas had four players in double figures, and that proved to be too much in a 76-70 Jayhawks victory Saturday at Mizzou Arena.
    “He does so many things that he tries to do so much for our basketball team,” Missouri coach Anderson said of Hannah. “You’ve got to have some other guys step up.”

    Guards Brandon Rush and Mario Chalmers and forwards Darnell Jackson and Darrell Arthur all scored 10 points or more for the Jayhawks, while only Leo Lyons was able to join Hannah in double figures for the Tigers.

    Anderson said the Tigers got a good effort on defense and rebounding from DeMarre Carroll, Missouri’s leading scorer this season, but Carroll struggled to score points. Carroll snagged 12 rebounds, but only made two of his 11 shot attempts and was just 1-6 from the free-throw line for five points.

    “I missed shots I know I can make,” Carroll said. “If you give me a chance right now I’ll make a ton. I don’t know why I missed them. I had a tough night.”

    Free throws were a big difference in the game. Kansas shot a whopping 45, making 28. Missouri only attempted 22 and made just 11.

    “I think that’s where they won the game at, the free-throw line,” forward Marshall Brown said. “I felt like if we don’t put them on the line as much, then we’re right there in it.”

    Kansas coach Bill Self was on the same line of thinking that Brown was.

    “I’m certainly not going to complain about the number we shot,” Self said. “That doesn’t happen a lot on the road. We made just enough to win the game.”

    The Tigers got off to a quick start with a 7-1 run to start the game, but Kansas quickly erased that lead and slowly built one of its own. After leading 38-36 at the half, the Jayhawks never trailed.

    “That was a good team,” Carroll said. “There’s no doubt in my mind that they are a Final Four type team.”

    With how good the Jayhawks have been this season, it was easy to think that Missouri might not even come close. After all, Kansas had blown out just about everybody on its schedule.

    “If anybody thought that we would win this game big over here, then they probably don’t really understand college athletics,” Self said. “I certainly didn’t anticipate anything other than a grind-it-out game.”

    The six-point margin of victory was the third closet game Kansas had played this year.

    The chances were there for the Tigers to grab another Big 12 Conference victory against a ranked opponent, but when they really needed it, the points didn’t come.

    “The ball just didn’t go in the hole tonight,” Anderson said.

    The Jayhawks remained perfect on the season at 18-0 and 3-0 in conference play. It was the second consecutive loss for Missouri, dropping it to 11-7 and 1-2 in the Big 12.

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    all i have to say is Kenny George
    http://www.youtube.com/v/WctBazFZAMc&rel=1
    this is a high school clip of him. he is now playing for UNC Ashville, i believe that is the name of the college. here is another clip where they are playing the tarheels and he gets dunked on...

    this guy is a freak of nature!!!! 7'8"!!!

    EDIT*** not sure i got those links on there right, just go to YOUTUBE And search for Kenny George. I promise you, you will be AMAZED!!! i have never seen anything like this...except maybe Andre the Giant.
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    Quote Originally Posted by beefcake View Post
    all i have to say is Kenny George
    http://www.youtube.com/v/WctBazFZAMc&rel=1
    this is a high school clip of him. he is now playing for UNC Ashville, i believe that is the name of the college. here is another clip where they are playing the tarheels and he gets dunked on...

    this guy is a freak of nature!!!! 7'8"!!!

    EDIT*** not sure i got those links on there right, just go to YOUTUBE And search for Kenny George. I promise you, you will be AMAZED!!! i have never seen anything like this...except maybe Andre the Giant.
    Holy crap!

    That dude is huge!

    I think I saw something about him on ESPN. They were wondering if he was gonna be a force in the NBA.
    http://arrowheadjunkies.com/pictures/PhotoShop/sig_pics/NFL_Players/kansas_city_chiefs/tyson.jackson/062009/tyson.jackson.500.png

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    Quote Originally Posted by hermhater View Post
    Holy crap!

    That dude is huge!

    I think I saw something about him on ESPN. They were wondering if he was gonna be a force in the NBA.
    I think the little guy that dunked on him was even more impressive!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tammietailgator View Post
    I think the little guy that dunked on him was even more impressive!!!
    he will not play in the nba. maybe he will make a team in order to sell tickets, but that would be the only reason.I think he is already 22. He just doesn't have any talent....at all. just takes up space...a lot of space!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hermhater View Post
    Holy crap!

    That dude is huge!

    I think I saw something about him on ESPN. They were wondering if he was gonna be a force in the NBA.
    He takes after has his greatest of grandfathers: Goliath.


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    Quote Originally Posted by rbedgood View Post
    Dude even Spudd Webb was taller than you...and he was a freak of nature to dunk at his height...

    Uh-oh. You used a picture of Mugsy Bogues to represent Spudd Webb.


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    Quote Originally Posted by chief31 View Post
    Uh-oh. You used a picture of Mugsy Bogues to represent Spudd Webb.

    And to think I was offended!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hermhater View Post
    And to think I was offended!

    I searched Spud Webb on Yahoo! Images...there's only a handful of basketball players I'd recognize by face. And Webb isn't one of them. Jordan, Bird, Shaq, Kobe...ummm...Ohh Barkely...I love that dude. I think that is all...
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    Quote Originally Posted by rbedgood View Post
    I searched Spud Webb on Yahoo! Images...there's only a handful of basketball players I'd recognize by face. And Webb isn't one of them. Jordan, Bird, Shaq, Kobe...ummm...Ohh Barkely...I love that dude. I think that is all...
    Use Google. There is an image link at the top of the page.

    Although that can't help you with visual difficulties!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hermhater View Post
    Use Google. There is an image link at the top of the page.

    Although that can't help you with visual difficulties!

    I use Google when I have to, but still prefer Yahoo!, familiarity breeds contentment. Anyhow, the issue would have only been resolved if I knew what Spud Webb/Mugsy Baguette or whoever I used in the pic actually looked like.
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