College basketball recruiters chase southern Indiana's Tyler Ze...

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WASHINGTON, Ind. The most coveted basketball recruit in Indiana unfolds his 7-foot frame from his parents' gray van and ambles into one of the family's favorite restaurants, Mi Pueblo.

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duane

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Oct 18, 2007
 
Again we have another tall white guy whom you all want to say is this great basketball player. His brother has not done much at Notre Dame nor did he deserve to be Mr. Basketball. Both should really be dominant players, given their size. Josh McRoberts was never dominate in high school and he was simply a contributer at Duke. Stop giving these white ball players accolades simply because they happen to be tall, the days of Larry Bird are over, so stop annoiting every tall white athlete "The Next Great Thing"!
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Oct 31, 2007
 
duane wrote:
Again we have another tall white guy whom you all want to say is this great basketball player. His brother has not done much at Notre Dame nor did he deserve to be Mr. Basketball. Both should really be dominant players, given their size. Josh McRoberts was never dominate in high school and he was simply a contributer at Duke. Stop giving these white ball players accolades simply because they happen to be tall, the days of Larry Bird are over, so stop annoiting every tall white athlete "The Next Great Thing"!
D-U-M-B-E-S-T comment ever!
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Nov 2, 2007
 
duane wrote:
Again we have another tall white guy whom you all want to say is this great basketball player. His brother has not done much at Notre Dame nor did he deserve to be Mr. Basketball. Both should really be dominant players, given their size. Josh McRoberts was never dominate in high school and he was simply a contributer at Duke. Stop giving these white ball players accolades simply because they happen to be tall, the days of Larry Bird are over, so stop annoiting every tall white athlete "The Next Great Thing"!
I sense a little jealousy in your comments
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Nov 2, 2007
 
I predict he will go the Eric Montross route: 2-3 years at North Carolina then an incredibly mediocre four year NBA career. It's more than the vast majority of ballplayers attain but for all the hype and build-up greater things are expected. Time will tell.
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Nov 3, 2007
 
Duane is right
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Nov 5, 2007
 
I only hope he goes to a school that emphasizes team play ... not the one on one post up game that won't allow him to fully develop his talent....

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