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Tiger Ree
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LSU Basketball Brand Stock - consultation with the author of "Athletes Are Brands Too"


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LSU Basketball Brand Stock






SammyTiger
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re: LSU Basketball Brand Stock - consultation with the author of "Athletes Are Brands Too"
awesome stuff


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PenguinPubes
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re: LSU Basketball Brand Stock - consultation with the author of "Athletes Are Brands Too"
Will mother frickin wade

That’s a brand


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ParrishGore
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re: LSU Basketball Brand Stock - consultation with the author of "Athletes Are Brands Too"
Does anyone know when the basketball team starts practicing and are any practices open to the general public. I'm so hyped to see these guys play together I want to watch them practice. !980/81 season was the last time I watched an LSU basketball practice. I was 17 then and Greg Cook stepped on my foot as I was walking out. I was speechless, but felt I should apologize to him.


Joe Mantegna
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Whats it feel like to post this kind of stuff about a good program and coach?


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re: LSU Basketball Brand Stock - consultation with the author of "Athletes Are Brands Too"
MOAR Will Wade pics


SportTiger1
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re: LSU Basketball Brand Stock - consultation with the author of "Athletes Are Brands Too"
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MOAR Will Wade pics


Upvoted TR, i feel dirty.
This post was edited on 9/14 at 11:30 am


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Alt26
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re: LSU Basketball Brand Stock - consultation with the author of "Athletes Are Brands Too"
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Whats it feel like to post this kind of stuff about a good program and coach?


You can tell that Wade has thought about and is on top of every detail of his program. Nothing in his basketball program is done haphazardly. There is always a set objective and a detailed plan on how to get it done. All one has to do is listen to him speak (and he speaks everywhere) to understand how detailed oriented he his.

It's night and day from the empty platitudes and seemingly fly by the seat of your pants approach down the street.


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Tiger Ree
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re: LSU Basketball Brand Stock - consultation with the author of "Athletes Are Brands Too"
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Whats it feel like to post this kind of stuff about a good program and coach?


What does it feel like to have to ask an LSU fan how it feels to post information about the different sports programs?

I would enlighten you but you just wouldn't understand.


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Old Money
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re: LSU Basketball Brand Stock - consultation with the author of "Athletes Are Brands Too"
I still want wade to coach football


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thunderbird1100
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re: LSU Basketball Brand Stock - consultation with the author of "Athletes Are Brands Too"
Giving this my best shot, someone help me out if I'm wrong:



- Kavell Bigby-Williams is extreme left, the really really tall guy
- Naz Reid is on the extreme right, behind blue shirt
- Courtese Cooper is on Back middle just left side, in front of Aundre Hyatt who is extreme back middle
- Emmitt Williams is is chest bumping guy on the right standing up
- Darius Days is behind Emmitt Williams on right
- Wayde Sims is on left side to the right of KBW in back row (just face showing)
- Marlon Taylor's hair is just sticking out in back back row just right of middle, behind Emmitt Williams' arm...big time guess here
- Will Reese, a walk on, is in the back row in middle (white guy )
- Noah Thomas, a walk on, is the white guy on the right side in blue shirt
- Skylar Mays is yellow shirt on bottom right
- Ja'vonte Smart is standing left side in gray nike jacket
- Daryl Edwards is middle leaning over with arm around walk on Marshall Graves
- Danya Kingsby is left side standing sandwiched between Kavell Bigby Williams and Ja'vonte Smart
- Tremont Waters is of course in front with arm on book guy kneeling down

Now how'd I do???
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PenguinPubes
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re: LSU Basketball Brand Stock - consultation with the author of "Athletes Are Brands Too"
You forgot the white boy, racist


Elleshoe
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re: LSU Basketball Brand Stock - consultation with the author of "Athletes Are Brands Too"
Ready for Vegas


The Truth 34
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re: LSU Basketball Brand Stock - consultation with the author of "Athletes Are Brands Too"
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Ready for Vegas


nice, I'm doing Orlando over Thanksgiving.


the obvious one
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re: LSU Basketball Brand Stock - consultation with the author of "Athletes Are Brands Too"
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ParrishGore

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!980/81 season was the last time I watched an LSU basketball practice.

This was a great team to watch and one of my favorite all time teams. 31 wins and just so close.
This tournament is when I first became a Kenny Loggins fan.


Elleshoe
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nice, I'm doing Orlando over Thanksgiving.


Wish I could do both but I’ve been wanting to get back to Vegas and this is a perfect opportunity


The Truth 34
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re: LSU Basketball Brand Stock - consultation with the author of "Athletes Are Brands Too"
I’m looking forward to the trip to MSG in a couple years. Been wanting to see a basketball game in MSG. Gonna kill two birds with one stone.


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Greace
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re: LSU Basketball Brand Stock - consultation with the author of "Athletes Are Brands Too"
No WW stretching picture I downvoted


GeorgeWest
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re: LSU Basketball Brand Stock - consultation with the author of "Athletes Are Brands Too"
Cannot wait til MBB starts. Have my plane tickets and game tickets to the game in Vegas.


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ParrishGore
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Walker, La.
Member since Aug 2013
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re: LSU Basketball Brand Stock - consultation with the author of "Athletes Are Brands Too"
Yes, it was a great team. At an LSU recruiting bash a few years ago I had a long conversation with Coach Brown. He said he thought his best chance to win it all was this team. I always thought it was the 1986 team. I was really impressed with coach Brown. I mean, I'm a nobody and he didn't shun me or act in a condescending manner in the least. We talked for about an hour. I was working in a chemical plant at the time and Harold Boudreaux was working for a contractor in the plant. He was finishing his education at the time, 2001 or 2002, and I asked Harold about coach Browns philosophy on offense. He said the only thing coach Brown ever told them was if you hesitate, don't shoot. Basically coach Brown ran a glorified play ground offense. Ingenious really, when you think about it. I mean, you can't prepare a team to defend an offense when you don't know what they are going to do. You can teach a team to defend the flex, motion etc. But you really can't prepare to defend an offense that has no formal structure, it's playground. Which has it's positives as well as it's negatives. Without structure when guys aren't shooting well there's really nothing to fall back on. That's probably why LSU lost most games when CJ wasn't shooting well. Which didn't happen very often. Anyway, do you know about the basketball teams practice schedule and if some are open to the public? Guess I can call the athletic office. My aunt use to work there a few years ago. She retired in 2007 or 2008. I think it was right after Les won his NC.


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