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The good ole days

Discussion in 'Georgia Tech Basketball' started by alagold, Mar 26, 2020.

  1. alagold

    alagold Helluva Engineer

    Watching tv alot and caught the NBA channel.On two different shows Dennis Scott and John Salley were featured commentators regarding their playing days in pros.Of course Bosh and Jon Barry have had a lot of tv air-time in recent past.
    Just reminded of the level of talent around Tech at one time that they could command this exposure.Ah, the good ole days.

    --I did see Josh O the other night in a re-play but he is really the 4th -5 option even on Minn.
  2. RyanS12

    RyanS12 Helluva Engineer

    I’ve been binge watching the 1990 NCAA tournament run along with some unlv games.
    Man, what a year! You won’t find college basketball like that anymore. To me, that was one of the best NCAA tournaments ever.
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  3. GTbball2016

    GTbball2016 Helluva Engineer

    Made me a college hoops fan for life
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  4. YlJacket

    YlJacket Helluva Engineer

    just a random comment but you can make a hell of a good career being the 4th/5th option in the NBA if you play good D and can last for a decade more or less. I see Josh on that path with the ability to come out with $75M +/- at the end. Have fun but squirrel away most of it and you are set.
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  5. yjfan

    yjfan Jolly Good Fellow

    Josh is definitely a 2nd contract player
  6. mstranahan

    mstranahan Helluva Engineer

    Buddy of mine played for 7 years. unfortunately his run ended before the days of huge salaries for bench warmers and life changing pay for starters. He's still not complaining. And his pension checks are more than most people make
  7. kg01

    kg01 Get-Bak! Coach Featured Member

    This can't be true ....

    ... everybody knows you don't have any buddies. :sneaky:

    Kidding, strahan. Just kidding. :D

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