Friday, October 16, 2009

Starting Line-up?

Now that practice has officially begun, it's appropriate to speculate about which players will make up the starting five for Georgia.

First Team

Dustin Ware
Ebuka Anyaorah
Travis Leslie
Howard Thompkins
Albert Jackson

Second Team

Vincent Williams
Demario Mayfield
Drazen Zlovaric
Chris Barnes
Jeremy Price

What do you think?

Belmont Abbey Announces Schedule

Good exposure for Steve Miss and Jonas Hayes. They play UNC in an exhibition game. Also get to play in the Charlotte Bobcats' arena.


Dannell Ellerbe Adusting to Role as Starter

He has just toughed it out to make it into the League. Had his first game as a starter earlier this month, and he performed well.


Thursday, October 15, 2009

Remembering Alec Kessler

He passed away 2 years ago Tuesday.


I'll report on the results of the Alec Kessler Memorial Tournament during the high school basketball season.

Hope the Kessler family is well.

Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Takais Brown in Argentina

Takais Brown arrived in Argentina last month, coming from Slovenia, where he had averaged 15 points and 9 boards in 29 games in the Euro League.

Unfortunately for Takais, he apparently has some lingering knee problems, and reports indicate that he might be out of commission for a while.

Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Rashaad Singleton Leads Heat Devils

Rashaad Singleton was invited to the New York Knicks team camp earlier in the year. Although he did not make the Knicks squad, Rashaad is continuing his basketball career, playing in Japan.

In his last game, Singleton scored 17 points and grabbed 14 rebounds. Rashaad helped lead his team, the Oita Heat Devils, to victory.

Singleton will have to continue to play well for the Heat Devils to win. Last year, Oita went 8 and 44 on the season. The team has a new coach and a new 7-foot center, and a new record of 1 and 1 for the year.

Congratulations, Rashaad!

Monday, October 12, 2009

Georgia has a shot at Lalanne

I think UGA could get him, but it sounds like Ole Miss leads.


Dave Bliss on the 09/10 Dawgs

Very measured in his terms. He'll be a good head coach some day, if not a politician.



Didn't see the Tennessee game. Glad I didn't.

Ole-fashioned whuppin' is what I gathered from the press reports. I had hoped that Georgia would surprise this season, but our schemes won't get us there. Maybe we need a sharpe offensive mind that can bring in some version of the spread offense.