How did the transfers-out do?

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Re: How did the transfers-out do?

Postby Blind Zebra » Thu Mar 14, 2019 9:31 am

Some of the transfers on the men’s side like: Edwards, Pollard, Myers, Calixte, Little & Vann were looking to play on a bigger stage with a chance to play in the NCAA Tournament. Only Vann is going to realize this dream, as VCU should make it in this year.
As far as gaining more exposure to play professional basketball, I don’t think any of these players gained an advantage by transferring up. Guys who finished at Maine like: Troy Barnies, Raheem Singleton & Mike Allison, got the same opportunities to play pro ball overseas, that Edwards & Pollard had. Hard working/talented ball players on any level of D1 can find professional basketball opportunities. It is more important to get a good agent and an unrelenting work ethic than it is what college team you played for. If you can play, you can play.
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Re: How did the transfers-out do?

Postby Blind Zebra » Mon Mar 18, 2019 6:04 pm

Issac Vann and Aaron Calixte both ended up in the Big Dance. I guess Oklahoma had enough quality wins to sneak in there some how. They were sub .500 in the Big 12. Congrats to these former Maine Black Bears!
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Re: How did the transfers-out do?

Postby bcbc55 » Mon Mar 18, 2019 6:34 pm

Blind Zebra wrote:Issac Vann and Aaron Calixte both ended up in the Big Dance. I guess Oklahoma had enough quality wins to sneak in there some how. They were sub .500 in the Big 12. Congrats to these former Maine Black Bears!


"BZ": Oklahoma's win over Kansas in the next to the last game of the regular season might have been a factor and helped the Sooners and Calixe.
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Re: How did the transfers-out do?

Postby UMaineSuperfan » Mon Mar 18, 2019 6:49 pm

might have been? way to really go out on a limb there captain obvious.
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Re: How did the transfers-out do?

Postby Blackbear28 » Mon Mar 18, 2019 7:18 pm

Blind Zebra wrote:Issac Vann and Aaron Calixte both ended up in the Big Dance. I guess Oklahoma had enough quality wins to sneak in there some how. They were sub .500 in the Big 12. Congrats to these former Maine Black Bears!

I’m sorry BZ but you must be mistaken. Bam-Bam has clearly said multiple times that Calixte wasn’t going to make the tournament. Everything he says is right so you must’ve gotten some misinformation.
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Re: How did the transfers-out do?

Postby bcbc55 » Mon Mar 18, 2019 7:33 pm

UMaineSuperfan wrote:might have been? way to really go out on a limb there captain obvious.


UMSF: You are welcome.
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Re: How did the transfers-out do?

Postby bcbc55 » Wed Mar 20, 2019 2:06 pm

I. Vann and VCU play University of Central Florida with the 7'6" center on Friday a 9:40pm.

A. Calixe and Oklahoma play Old Miss on Friday at 12:40pm.

2 Maine transfers that get to play in the big dance.
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Re: How did the transfers-out do?

Postby imposter » Wed Mar 27, 2019 7:36 pm

3/27/2019 - 2015 SF Devine Eke (6-7, 195, 2★) will be transferring from Rider. Grad transfer.
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Re: How did the transfers-out do?

Postby imposter » Wed Mar 27, 2019 7:52 pm

SG Lavar Harewood RS JR 6-3 195 will be transferring from South Carolina State. Grad transfer.
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Re: How did the transfers-out do?

Postby bcbc55 » Wed Mar 27, 2019 8:16 pm

imposter wrote:3/27/2019 - 2015 SF Devine Eke (6-7, 195, 2★) will be transferring from Rider. Grad transfer.


imposter: Eke's stats played in all 31 games averaged just 11.6mpg, Averaged 3.8ppg, shot 48-78, 61.5% from the floor, but only 29.9% from the line on 20-67 and averaged 2.6 reb per game.

Ranked 194 in RPI and 250 SOS of 353 teams in realtimerpi.com rankings and Conference MAAC ranked 29 RPI and 28 SOS in 32 conferences.

Maine's RPI 337 and SOS 267

America East Conference ranked 25th in both RPI and SOS in realtimerpi.com..

Probably transferring down.

If goes D-1 will be third school Maine, Rider and ??????
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