Thanks for being a Lobo, Tim. Any chance to can double up and be on the football team as well?
Huh???? Meant to say "Any chance you can double up and be on the football team as well?"
Last edited by Ltlf; 08-17-2012 at 02:59 PM.
If thr coaches actually thought we still had a shot at aaron we probably wouldnt have signed anyone...
IMO, the coaches did it exactly right. They don't want to be burned like last year with Shep and left scrambling in the spring signing season and they go out and get the best class possible in the fall.
Just think about it for a minute. If they HAD to make room, they could make a minor ajustment in status for one "local" commit that would make room available.
I'm pretty sure the "commit" would be on board as well, as it would add a MAJOR stud to the line-up and one that would finish several assists for him above the rim!
I would go all out for this certain someone we know quite well since we don't really have to recruit anyone else for 2013 at this point. Be in the Bay Area like every week and continously point out how mediocre to bad Washington is this year. I think coach Alford has major credibility with the family. I hope he goes all out.
Maybe we can still get some help all the way from Serbia, as well.
Sounds like a cross between Kenny and Charlie Thomas. And neither was over 6'7 but played like 6'9. Great find and a good student to boot. I LOVE it.
My dad grew up in Rancho Cucamonga when it was known as just Cucamonga. They had 20 acres of land off of Baseline and a good portion of it was orange groves. There was no Etiwanda High, or Los Ojos either. He went to high school out in Fontana at Chafee High- the nearest high school in those days.
When you said the 210 I was about to school you and then I realized you were talking about CA 210. Didn't used to be called that. Angelinos always refer to their freeways by their nicknames anyway...
Sorry about the tangent. All the Inland Empire stuff got me nostalgic.
Remember: pillage first, THEN burn!
bloo is over 40?
If we need another scholarship, I believe bryce would then become a walk on.
He is not 6'9, but his body is spot on Chris Webber
I would like to thank all the Lobo hoop fans out there on my behalf as a future Lobo. This is Tim Myles and I am glad to be able to say the Q will be my new home. "Cali 2 Querq"
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Tim, now for a real important question, do you like, even love red or green chili? Before you leave for the NBA you will have to love your chili or you won't be able to leave the state!!! ha ha ha
You will have to live here a while to get this obvious culinary requirement!
Green for me please!!!! What out of green today, OK, I'll take red then!
It's Christmas for me EVERY day...Red and Green..my two favorite colors
This Cali Kid has Cali connections and im already working to have our best join me as a Lobo from the 2014 class, Lobos 4 life. and to those who can't find anything on me theres nothing I have litteraly came from no were and have worked this hard to become a Lobo and have my sights set on a C.I.F. and State Championship along with a National Championship in the upcoming years. There is no harder worker than me I've proved to your wonderful coaching staff that i can play and now I have over a year until my first game as a Lobo. Watch out people as my mom calls me "Boy-Man" is coming and hes going there not to just compete but to play and WIN
I love your attitude, Tim! Can't wait to see you play!
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