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I am not buying this story... If what Bejarano says is true why did DB's best friend stay with the team as a walk on???
He claims, Miller told him he'd never play Division I basketball again, that he "cares more about money than getting players better," and that he cussed at his mother and that Lute Olson told him he would still be playing for the Wildcats if Olson were still there.
I don't believe Olson would have jumped on Miller's back either....
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by Pin High 14 months ago
BEAR DOWN boys... The best is yet to come....
I'm not going to trash Bejarano. Guy's had a rough go in life and is working to make the best for himself and his mom. I will say that his comment about Miller wanting money more than developing players is Bejarano's opinion and not fact. It's his perception of Miller so just leave it at that. Miller's been at Arizona for four years now and this is the first "negative" thing said by any player, and it's said by a player who sat on the bench as a Wildcat.
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Not sure what you guys are saying on this, as the thread has been turned into VIP...
But accusing Miller of inappropriate language with his Mom and to bring Olson into it as being negative towards Miller, can not be given a pass just because DB has had a tough go of it on the personal side of things...
This post was edited by Pin High 14 months ago
I used to hate that when it happened. .
Time to nut up or shut up
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Gary, I wasn't complaining... I was hoping I was not redundant in my comments...
maybe, when I get back, I will give vip a try....
OR, you could just leave the non-VIP threads as just that, non-VIP.
Best $29 cents I spend everyday.
being a part of the VIP I get to read everything. So...not sure what I would miss if I wasn't a VIP.
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