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Monday, January 05, 2015


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Great Coverage Centercourt; but it is a sad state of HOOPS in WNY when the Number One Team loses 3 in a Row to outside teams and helps TROY snap a 5 game losing streak. I am presuming they might be banged up but there is too much talent there to be losing this many games. PROPS to the 2010 Nichols Team for Repping WNY the right way and taking care of Business on the Road!

I am familiar with some of the Albany basketball teams and think that calling the Canisius loss to Troy being reflective of a “sad state” of WNY basketball may be a little of an overstatement. Troy is very good program and when you consider that Troy’s losses included Christ the King (#7 in AA), who has several potential division one players including one who has been offered by Kansas, Louisville and Florida. Shenendehowa and Guilderland are both in the top 20 in AA and traditional power Albany Academy which is #2 in the A school poll.

Canisius was without TJ Wheatley in that game as well. I have no idea if that would have mattered to the outcome, but it wouldn't hurt the Crusaders chances. Wheatley is playing tonight at Nichols.

Wheatley actually didn't play at all last night. He wasn't really in street clothes but he also wasn't really in uniform.

CC - Will you be putting up a separate blog about last nights game or no? Just curious if I should wait to put my thoughts down from the game.

Yes, it's up. Look forward to your commentary!

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