He basically likened us to a "D3 or D2 school," and then backed it up with calling us "mid-majorish."
Get over it folks, he ain't coming here unless he proves to be grossly overrated, which is within the realm of possibility.
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Why not come play here with pops for a year or two? He’s going to the NBA anyways. He’s going to be a lottery pick whether he goes to Milwaukee or plays overseas or goes to Duke ect. I think we have a good chance at landing him, and not because he’s “overrated” but because he’s just that good.
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The Milwaukee Panthers, Formerly the best hyphenated program in Division 1 Basketball.
Post by mcdadenets50 on Feb 20, 2020 21:06:34 GMT -6
Make it happen PBJ...
“Regardless of where he is — D-2, D-3 — no coach will ever back you like your father,” Patrick said. “That’s not a knock on any other coach. If I were to play for my father, that would mean the world to me and my family. Having him on the sideline, being able to talk to him during the game … that would be pretty cool.”
Post by mcdadenets50 on Feb 20, 2020 21:13:11 GMT -6
PBJ on my Northwestern:
“Anytime you have that much love for a program, it will be at the top of your list because of the emotional impact,” he said. “It’s a familiar place, right there on the lake, right up my alley in terms of a college campus setting. Anytime you’ve been around a program that long, you grow attached to it and it’s kind of hard to break it.”
First and foremost, I would love to play for my dad. I don’t know where I would be without him and my parents, along with what his job is. It has opened up so many opportunities for me to be around players, to be at Final Fours, around so many coaches and high-level basketball, but at the end of the day, he has just been helping me make the best decision possible. Whether that is playing for him or not. He has been in my ear about what he thinks about coaches, programs and certain things that they do and how they have handled things in the past. He is my ear about just what is good and bad about a program and he hasn’t shown any bias towards his program or selfishness in any way about forcing me to come to his program because at the end of the day, he knows that it is my decision. I really appreciate him for that because even though my decision has been slowly progressing and moving along slowly, he has been in my ear pretty much every day and every time that I get off the phone with coaches or get done texting them, he is always there supporting me and really Milwaukee, it is a special place for me and my dad is a special coach for me so he will definitely be someone down the road, it would be hard to go away from.