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Naz Reid and Duop Reath

Posted on 3/4/24 at 9:47 pm
Posted by Minden tiger
Minden,Louisiana
Member since Apr 2006
3173 posts
Posted on 3/4/24 at 9:47 pm
Former Tigers played each other tonight in the NBA and went a combined 9-10 on 3’s. Naz has one of the prettier-looking shots you’ll see from a big man.
Posted by Honkus
Member since Aug 2005
50946 posts
Posted on 3/4/24 at 9:52 pm to
Meanwhile Tremont Waters just dropped a 40 spot on the Tianjin Ronggang
Posted by fightingtigers98
Member since Oct 2011
13228 posts
Posted on 3/4/24 at 10:11 pm to
Still baffling that Naz went undrafted
Posted by Tiger1988
Houston
Member since May 2016
24177 posts
Posted on 3/4/24 at 11:24 pm to
Do we claim them since they played for Wade? I mean I thought we were erasing all games and players for that period…
Posted by TigersJump
In a land far far away
Member since Feb 2018
2169 posts
Posted on 3/5/24 at 12:11 am to
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Do we claim them since they played for Wade? I mean I thought we were erasing all games and players for that period…


No, but erasing the ones that are more so fans of Wade than the current LSU basketball team would be appropriate.
Posted by BHS78
Member since May 2017
2021 posts
Posted on 3/5/24 at 3:24 am to
All that NBA talent and 1 and done in the tourny
This post was edited on 3/5/24 at 3:26 am
Posted by Tigerfan14
Member since Jun 2014
780 posts
Posted on 3/5/24 at 5:37 am to
quote:

All that NBA talent and 1 and done in the tourny


Do people make these post with the intent of looking like a retard?
Posted by MSTiger33
Member since Oct 2007
20354 posts
Posted on 3/5/24 at 6:44 am to
Must not remember Dale Brown’s latter days too well
Posted by DallasTiger45
Member since May 2012
8419 posts
Posted on 3/5/24 at 6:51 am to
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All that NBA talent and 1 and done in the tourny


1) Naz Reid’s team went to the sweet 16

2) the other March madness teams have future nba players too, often more than the one or two on a given LSU team
Posted by Gus007
TN
Member since Jul 2018
11951 posts
Posted on 3/5/24 at 6:51 am to
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All that NBA talent and 1 and done in the tourny




How the goals have changed.
Posted by luciouslou
Lafayette
Member since Jun 2017
6695 posts
Posted on 3/5/24 at 7:02 am to
Wade could recruit...
If he could only coach, we would have had something
Posted by TigerDM
Baton Rouge
Member since Aug 2013
1602 posts
Posted on 3/5/24 at 7:03 am to
Naz was so soft playing for us. Against physical teams, he wouldn’t even get in the paint. In his defense, he was always a guard and had a late growth spurt.
He definitely would have made a huge jump in his draft stock by coming back another year and improving his physicality in college as opposed to the G league
Posted by Madking
Member since Apr 2016
47545 posts
Posted on 3/5/24 at 7:08 am to
Naz didn’t want to leave LSU after 1 season, his dad pushed him to do it. He showed up to the combine 40lbs overweight and didn’t put a lot of effort into his workouts. It kind of worked out for him though as he was able to sign a nice contract earlier than he would’ve had he been tied to a rookie deal.
Posted by IM_4_LSU
Augusta, GA
Member since Mar 2014
8993 posts
Posted on 3/5/24 at 7:10 am to
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Naz Reid


Has been a very consistent player for the last few seasons coming off the bench.
Posted by Honest Tune
Louisiana
Member since Dec 2011
15484 posts
Posted on 3/5/24 at 8:00 am to
They weren’t coached up properly.
Posted by Trauma14
Member since Aug 2010
5788 posts
Posted on 3/5/24 at 9:07 am to
I went to the Trail Blazer/Grizzlies game Saturday night. He was by far the biggest guy on the court. A few Grizzlies players were taller, but were thin and lanky. Duop is built wider and stronger than I remembered. He looks strong and had some good rebounds were he used his size to his advantage. Last nights game was easily is best of the season. Glad he showed out playing against Naz.
Posted by atltiger6487
Member since May 2011
18125 posts
Posted on 3/5/24 at 9:17 am to
quote:

Naz was so soft playing for us. Against physical teams, he wouldn’t even get in the paint. In his defense, he was always a guard and had a late growth spurt.
this is exactly what i noticed as well.

Naz had a lot of skill, but terrible strength and balance when he was here. He ended up getting knocked to the floor several times during each game.

Clearly he's added strength and balance to go with his skills, and he's now a very good player in the NBA.

He played hard when he was here and I liked his attitude.
Kudos to him for his success.
Posted by red sox fan 13
Valley Park
Member since Aug 2018
15327 posts
Posted on 3/5/24 at 9:30 am to
My main takeaway from this thread is that Duop Reath is in the NBA. Good for him.
Posted by tigahlovah
virginia beach, va
Member since Oct 2009
3279 posts
Posted on 3/5/24 at 10:24 am to
Yeah luscious, Wade is 223-99 at FOUR DIFFERENT schools with varying degrees of resources (and winning tradition) because he can't coach.

McNeese is EASILY in the bottom 10% HISTORICALLY among D-1 basketball programs, yet the guy who can't coach immediately comes in and has them 27-3.

Please keep your expert opinions flowing freely onto the rant.

McMahon and the program are showing signs of life lately, and he hopefully has us building to where Wade had us AND BETTER.

This means an NCAA berth every year, and an SEC title would be nice too. He's on the clock.
Posted by Classy Doge
Member since Nov 2021
2756 posts
Posted on 3/5/24 at 10:26 am to
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He's on the clock.

Next season is year one of the rebuild
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