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Who is your all-time favorite NT basketball player?

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UNT - I loved a lot of those players from the last part of JJ's era.  If I had to pick one singular player, though, I would have to go back to Chris Davis.

UTEP - gonna have to chew on this for a bit, but right now I'm thinking Filiberto Rivera for the post-Haskins era.  The earliest "star" that I remember seeing was Antonio Davis.

I also remember loving Julyan Stone and Stefon Jackson (other Miners)

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Delonte "Peanut" Taylor. If they had the 3 point line back then, he would have averaged 25-30 PPG. Great shooter and an in your face defender that knocked Mark Aguirre into the bench in the DePaul game at the Pit. 

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Clara Campbell.

Averaged 17.8 points per game and led us to our only NCAA tournament.

Still our all time leader in blocked shots.

Still holds the single season record for points.

 

 

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6 hours ago, FirefightnRick said:

Tony Worrell

 

Rick

I think I've read @Cooley drop his name a couple times.

I just read up on Worrell's tenure, the 1988 team's success, and it dawned on me: that was the same year as the Longhorn football game.

What a heck of an era to be a part of Mean Green athletics!

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51 minutes ago, ttunt1970 said:

I have  3 as Wardly stayed look up these three

JOE HAMILTON- Dan Spokane era

TERRY BAILEY- Bill Blakeley era

KENNETH LYON- Bill Blakeley

 

Agree with "Little" Joe Hamilton from the Dan Spika era.

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6 hours ago, greenminer said:

UNT - I loved a lot of those players from the last part of JJ's era.  If I had to pick one singular player, though, I would have to go back to Chris Davis.

UTEP - gonna have to chew on this for a bit, but right now I'm thinking Filiberto Rivera for the post-Haskins era.  The earliest "star" that I remember seeing was Antonio Davis.

I also remember loving Julyan Stone and Stefon Jackson (other Miners)

Nate the skate at UTEP-Haskins era.

Chris Davis UNT

 

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I hate that he got Benford’d, but definitely Tony Mitchell for me. His freshman season was my freshman year, and that was an amazing student basketball experience watching him dunk on dudes then swat their shot into the stands. 

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9 hours ago, Shark84 said:

Delonte "Peanut" Taylor. If they had the 3 point line back then, he would have averaged 25-30 PPG. Great shooter and an in your face defender that knocked Mark Aguirre into the bench in the DePaul game at the Pit. 

I remember Ken Lyons knocking Aguirre into the bench.

Joe Hamilton going back a long way, he is the one who would have substantially upped his 20 + average points with threes available. 

Whitaker and Winfield on the same team as Hamilton would be on my all time team as would Ken Lyons. 

 

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