Dick Miller Basketball

Dick Miller Basketball

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dick miller

New York, NY

#1 Feb 3, 2010
Playoffs are underway with a Zero Tolerance in place. Competition is healthy amongst kids and teams.
Prentice

United States

#2 Feb 3, 2010
are you the Dick Miller that went to Holy Trinity grade school????
whitestown

Utica, NY

#3 Feb 4, 2010
Wish they were still in it. The rome they are in now sucks
Fair

Manlius, NY

#4 Feb 4, 2010
dick miller wrote:
Playoffs are underway with a Zero Tolerance in place. Competition is healthy amongst kids and teams.
I'd like to know why one school had a 7th grader playing against the 5th graders of Notre Dame elementary."Competition Unfair".
Pam

New York, NY

#5 Feb 4, 2010
I will tell you one thing "Dick Miller" Get some better refs. They stink. The ref we had tonight at Watson Williams had no idea what he was doing !
dick miller

New York, NY

#6 Feb 6, 2010
Hey Pam, you are crazy, I watched the game. The ref was a class act. Your best player went to the Harlem Globetrotters. Focus on things that you have control over. Watson had more size and better talent. Your kids tried hard, had a lead at half time, the Watson Coach made adjustments in the seconds half and you lost. They had their chances but came up short.You have a good 5th drade team and a good coach. Be happy you got as far as you did. Encourage your kids to keep playing. The likelihood of a college or NBA career is very small for he players on both teams..
Pam

San Mateo, CA

#7 Feb 7, 2010
Don't know what game you were watching. But not the one I was talking about.
cousin

Lewisberry, PA

#8 Feb 7, 2010
Dick Miller was my cousin. He was an excellant athlete who was died of cancer. He never smoked a cigarette in his life. He always was into health. This program is in his honor,and he love for children and basketball is a legacy. Continue to support your children, espcially with good sportsmanship. Nowadays, the parents are the worst spectators and they don't realize that they are hindering their children. Encourage them to play at their best, if they fail, encourage them to work harder and earn.
cousin

Lewisberry, PA

#9 Feb 7, 2010
My previous post says I am from East Hartford, Ct, untrue, I am from Utica.
Cover Up

Rome, NY

#10 Feb 8, 2010
Dick Miller was a true gentleman. He was a terrific athlete and believe the honor bestowed him in naming the league is well deserved. He was a firm believer in sportsmanship and I hope the actions of a few do not tarnish his good name.
Dick Miler

New York, NY

#11 Feb 8, 2010
It won't tarnish his name or reputation. The parents of today's kids however, are creating a different name and reputation for themselves.
stick60

Minoa, NY

#13 Feb 9, 2010
Pound for pound, inch for inch, Dick was one of the best athletes the area has produced. And, he was a perfect gentleman.
cousin

United States

#14 Feb 9, 2010
Dick was awesome, and you are correct, he was a firm believer in sportsmanship. I truly hope that parents practice this believe.
what

Utica, NY

#15 Feb 3, 2011
Anyone know the playoff schedule for this year?
Utica had a couple snow days and it must of changed the whole schedule

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