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Re: SEC Basketball All-Time Teams during the Arkansas Era
« Reply #800 on: March 07, 2017, 12:18:12 pm »

All-Decade Teams per School for what has been a lackluster SEC decade: The 2010's to-date

Kentucky

Anthony Davis  C  '12 National Player of the Year; 1st Draft pick; SEC POY

John Wall  PG  '10 Consensus 1st Team All-American; 1st Draft pick; SEC POY

Willie Cauley-Stein PF  '15 Consensus 1st Team All-American, 1st to avg. <10 ppg since '40's

Malik Monk  SG  '17 SEC AP POY, Coaches FOY; 1st Team All-SEC; First Freshman to lead SEC in scoring since '89

Michael Kidd-Gilchrist  SF  '12 Consensus 2nd Team All-American, 2nd draft pick


Karl Anthony-Towns  C  '15 Consensus 2nd Team All-American, 1st draft pick

Demarcus Cousins  C  '15 Consensus 2nd Team All-American; 5th NBA pick; Olympian

Tyler Ulis  PG '15-16  SEC POY and DPOY

De'Aaron Fox  PG '17  1st Team All-SEC

Julius Randle  PF '14 averaged a double double in 30 mpg. 7th NBA pick.

Brandon Knight  '11 All-SEC, led team to improbable final four run, 8th NBA pick, original player to forego signing a NLI

Eric Bledsoe '10 SEC All-Freshman team, 18th NBA pick, former homeless student survived N.Y. Times investigation of grade high school grade inflation and improper benefits (a place to stay)

Devin Booker '15 reserve guard; NBA lottery pick. He won SEC freshman of the week, four consecutive weeks in January.  Son of Mizzou star Melvin Booker and Veronica Gutierrez

Terrence Jones '10-12  SEC FOY, 1st Team All-SEC, 18th NBA pick
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Re: SEC Basketball All-Time Teams during the Arkansas Era
« Reply #801 on: March 14, 2017, 12:45:09 pm »

All-Decade Teams per School for what has been a lackluster SEC decade: The 2010's to-date

State

Arnett Moultrie '11-12  1st Team All-SEC, 16.4 ppg, 10.5 rpg, 27th NBA pick

Rodney Hood '11-12  Avg. 10 ppg and was All-SEC freshman, star at Duke (All-ACC 2nd Team) transferring after the Stansbury firing and Sidney mess

D Bost '08-12  State's 6th all-time scorer lost games due to NBA draft declaration "mix-up", 1st Team and 2x 2nd Team All-SEC

Ravern Johnson '07-11  260 career 3-pointers in mostly 3 seasons, 2nd most ever for State with 4th highest 3P% at 39.8%.

Quinndary Weatherspoon  '17 2nd Team All-SEC, '16 SEC All-Freshman team over Malik Newman


Craig Sword  '15 Coaches All-SEC 2nd Team

Gavin Ware '16 AP All-American Honorable Mention

Lamar Peters  '17 All-SEC Freshman Team

Jarvis Vanardo '10 SEC 1st Team and Defensive Team, 2x SEC Player of the Week, 2nd round of NBA draft, 3x SEC Defensive Player of the Year ending with the '10 season

Renardo Sidney, Jr. '10-12  Avg. 11.5 ppg for career and most likely cost Rick Stansbury his job.
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Re: SEC Basketball All-Time Teams during the Arkansas Era
« Reply #802 on: March 15, 2017, 12:54:07 pm »

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Re: SEC Basketball All-Time Teams during the Arkansas Era
« Reply #803 on: March 17, 2017, 12:22:17 pm »

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Re: SEC Basketball All-Time Teams during the Arkansas Era
« Reply #804 on: March 18, 2017, 07:52:56 am »

 ESPN Stats & Info‏Verified account @ESPNStatsInfo 9h9 hours ago

Sindarius Thornwell: 1st South Carolina player with 20 points and 10 rebounds in an NCAA Tournament game since Alex English, 1973
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Re: SEC Basketball All-Time Teams during the Arkansas Era
« Reply #805 on: March 20, 2017, 11:38:58 am »


Helped South Carolina to their first Sweet 16 appearance under the modern format.
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Re: SEC Basketball All-Time Teams during the Arkansas Era
« Reply #806 on: March 22, 2017, 10:19:59 am »

 Elias Sports Bureau‏Verified account @EliasSports 14h14 hours ago

Most games w/ 20+ points & 10+ rebounds at 21 or younger: Shaq 91, Anthony Davis & Karl-Anthony Towns 64.
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Re: SEC Basketball All-Time Teams during the Arkansas Era
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Re: SEC Basketball All-Time Teams during the Arkansas Era
« Reply #808 on: March 22, 2017, 10:52:59 pm »

From immortal to quite mortal, Kentucky's Unforgettables face midlife challenges 25 years after their greatest moment

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North Carolina and Villanova came up with a reasonable facsimile of the endgame shot-making with the national championship on the line. But even that classic carried less sustained offensive artistry, less emotional cargo and less karmic context than Duke 104, Kentucky 103.

Especially for the losing side. In particular, for the Kentucky senior class known as The Unforgettables: John Pelphrey, Sean Woods, Deron Feldhaus and Richie Farmer.

A quarter century later, that quartet of overachieving Wildcats is as ennobled in defeat as the Blue Devils were celebrated in victory.

Richie Farmer returned the phone call quickly, friendly as ever, sounding happy to renew an old acquaintance. The call was an invitation to relive some of his glory days, one 25-year-old basketball game in particular. For Farmer, talking about the past is much easier than discussing the present.

When he heard the standard small-talk question How you doing? he laughed mirthlessly.

Oh, he said, in his familiar Appalachian twang, Im hangin in there.

One of the most adored athletes to ever shoot an orange ball through a hoop in basketball-obsessed Kentucky is, in fact, struggling to hang in there. He filed for bankruptcy last year, several months after being released from federal prison, and the details of his filing were grim: Farmer stated that he was getting by on $194 a month in food stamps, plus assistance from his parents. He was more than $360,000 in debt.

His No. 32 jersey hangs in the rafters of Rupp Arena, but for 20 months Farmer was No. 16226-032 in the federal penal system in West Virginia after pleading guilty to misappropriating public funds while the Kentucky state agriculture commissioner...

 
College basketball coaches are permanently busy, but Alabama assistant John Pelphrey always returns the calls. Even this time of year. Even when he knows what topic is coming to thump him upside his redheaded noggin yet again.

I have a hard time appreciating it, Pelphrey said. I appreciate playing at Kentucky, being in the NCAA tournament and being coached by that guy. I appreciate the relationship with the team and the fans. But the game is a moment in time where we never get to put the jersey on again. And it wasnt just any jersey; it was a special, special piece of cloth.

Its risky to identify anyone as the quintessential in-state Kentucky basketball player, but Pelphrey would make a good choice. All he ever wanted to do was be a Wildcat.

Reared in Paintsville, another mountain town in the eastern part of the state, the annual family vacation was to the state tournament. When he became good enough to be a standout at Paintsville High, he could dare to dream of actually getting the attention of the Kentucky coaches. The possibility drove him every day.

My senior year I was up at 5:30, running through town at 6, challenging myself that if you get a chance, youve got to be ready for it, Pelphrey said. I went to Senior Day [in 1986], and when you experience that you become consumed by it. Just give me a chance.

Eddie Sutton gave Pelphrey a chance, but not much of one. He was redshirted his first season and barely played his second. By the time Pitino got him, Pelphrey was a 21-year-old who had scored 38 career points.

By the time Pitino was finished with him, Pelphrey had scored 1,257 points and been part of 65 victories in three seasons. This at a time when many thought the depleted Wildcats would be lucky to win 10 a year.

If any Unforgettable was destined for coaching, Pelphrey was it. He often spent time his senior year going over film in the office of a young assistant coach a guy named Billy Donovan. After a brief stint with Eddie Sutton, Pelphrey went to work for Donovan and eventually became the head coach at South Alabama in 2002.

That was a rebuilding job, but Pelphrey got it done he won 20 games in his fifth and sixth seasons, advancing to the NCAA tournament in year five. That led him to Arkansas in 2007-08 to replace Stan Heath...
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Re: SEC Basketball All-Time Teams during the Arkansas Era
« Reply #809 on: March 24, 2017, 06:31:14 am »

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Not only did @Suns have youngest starting 5 in NBA history (@EliasSports), it was younger than 7 of 8 teams that played in Sweet 16 Thursday
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Re: SEC Basketball All-Time Teams during the Arkansas Era
« Reply #810 on: March 24, 2017, 08:29:27 pm »

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Re: SEC Basketball All-Time Teams during the Arkansas Era
« Reply #811 on: March 24, 2017, 08:43:58 pm »

 David Cloninger‏ @DCTheState 6m6 minutes ago

Sindarius Thornwell checks out with 24 points. He is two away from passing Devan Downey for fourth on the all-time chart.
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Re: SEC Basketball All-Time Teams during the Arkansas Era
« Reply #812 on: March 24, 2017, 08:50:24 pm »

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52 points and counting for Devin Booker.

Last Suns player with at least that many in a game- Tony Delk, 2001 against the Kings (53)
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Re: SEC Basketball All-Time Teams during the Arkansas Era
« Reply #813 on: March 24, 2017, 09:13:32 pm »

 Adam Himmelsbach‏Verified account @AdamHimmelsbach 46s46 seconds ago

Cs 130, Suns 120. Final.
Devin Booker with 70 points on 21 for 40 shooting, 24-26 from the line.
The Cs find ways to make boring games fun.
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Re: SEC Basketball All-Time Teams during the Arkansas Era
« Reply #815 on: March 25, 2017, 07:31:03 pm »

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Joe Johnson's 17 points @ the Clippers today moved him to 19,918 career #NBA points. 82 from 20,000 with 9 games left in the regular season.
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Heres how a 2017 all-tourney team made up of SEC players looks:

G: Sindarius Thornwell, South Carolina
Stats: 25.8 PPG, 7.5 RPG, 2.5 APG

G: DeAaron Fox, Kentucky
Stats: 21.3 PPG, 2.8 RPG, 2.8 APG

G: PJ Dozier, South Carolina
Stats: 15.3 PPG, 3.8 RPG, 2.5 APG

F Justin Leon, Florida
Stats: 10.5 PPG, 7.0 RPG, 51.7 percent FG, 44.4 percent 3-point FG

F Moses Kingsley, Arkansas
Stats: 16.0 PPG, 5.5 RPG, 3.0 BPG
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Current SEC Members All-Time Basketball Teams during the Modern Era
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« Reply #822 on: March 28, 2017, 05:41:55 pm »

2017 Consensus All-Americans

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« Reply #824 on: March 29, 2017, 06:14:27 pm »

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Anthony Davis: 30 pts, 13 rebounds in his last 3 gms. Last player with 30/13 in 4 straight gms? Shaquille ONeal (April 2000)
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