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Brittney Griner Announces She’s A Lesbian.
Thursday , Apr , 18 , 2013 HoopsVibe News

Brittney Griner Announces She’s A Lesbian.

Baylor star, Brittney Griner, announced yesterday that she is a lesbian.

HoopsVibe's Very Quick Call: The constant rumors about lesbians and women's basketball are undeniable. Props to Griner for standing up.

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Mark Cuban says he would draft Brittney Griner
Thursday , Apr , 04 , 2013 Matt Formica

Mark Cuban says he would draft Brittney Griner

Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban is creating a media stir once again, and this time, it's by saying he would draft Baylor University women's basketball star Brittney Griner.

Hoopsvibe's quick call:  Either Cuban knows something we don't or he's just completely messing with all of us.

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Thursday , Aug , 25 , 2011 Hoopsvibe

Jimmer Fredette: ‘I won’t be able to dominate’ the NBA

“The biggest thing is that people want to see how I translate to the NBA game,” Fredette told Yahoo! Sports. “There are a lot of question marks out there. There are a lot of guys who don’t think I can play at this level and I won’t be able to dominate as well as the college level. I’m not expecting to do that at the NBA level right away anyway.

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HoopsVibe’s Very Quick Call: The one person being realistic about Jimmer Fredette’s future is Jimmer Fredette.

The BYU combo guard has been hailed a saviour and messiah since being selected tenth overall by the Sacramento Kings in the 2011 NBA draft.

Sacramento fans expect him to have an immediate impact. Die hard NCAA fans expect him to dominate. Everyone expects he’ll save basketball in Sacramento, as the franchise was practically in Orange County before the NBA cancelled the prospective move.

It’s too much. Even Fredette admits as much.

There’s a huge jump from college to the NBA. Such a transition would be difficult for a first overall pick, let alone a lower lottery pick in a weak draft year.

If Fredette focuses on improving, he’ll have a fine career. Hopefully, this satisfies everyone else.

--Oly Sandor.


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