I played the EA March Madness (2004-5-ish?) franchise for a while. It was fun but control was bizarrely sluggish. I remember liking the recruiting element.I have played 500+ games of 2k6 and 2k8 (mostly) and would pay $500 for a new version of this game with modern graphics and AI. What a fun game to watch. Brought back so many memories.
I was so disappointed when I traded in my PS3 for a PS4 and 2K8 was no longer compatible. Hopefully they figure out the NLI stuff soon so a next gen version can get released.I have played 500+ games of 2k6 and 2k8 (mostly) and would pay $500 for a new version of this game with modern graphics and AI. What a fun game to watch. Brought back so many memories.
Yeah lol! I watched the replay and UVM wouldn't have been in it without giddens getting some critical offensive (and defensive) boards.super game by Giddens; 15 and 15 ?
Yes, young men they may be, but they're not above critique for their on court performance if it's constructive or valid. If nobody can say anything like that we might as well shut down the domain here and go home. These guys don't get many character attacks here, I don't think people are that cruel...but we can't question someone's shot selection or say they had a bad game or the team didn't perform because we need to be mindful of their self-care? That's a little too much on the woke PC spectrum, even for me a very woke-ass PCer. I'm happy that UVM has given them the support they need. I'm happy the players know they have a coach who is mindful of their mental health. Long may that continue. But this all comes across as a tad too high and mighty.After reading the article about Anthony Lamb, remembering Ernie Duncan's story, and being reminded about Bell-Haynes efforts on mental health, I continue to feel strongly that comments here about players need to be made as if they are about our sons, nephews and neighbors. These are young men being judged by anonymous posters. We read about all the efforts Coach Becker and staff make to support these young men dealing with the pressure of public life and growing up. Fans need to join in that effort. We don't know which players are struggling with their mental health issues. We've heard about two after the fact. In my opinion, comments and judgements should be made about these young people knowing that mental health struggles are common and that public judgements are a complicating factor. If we have any respect at all for Coach Becker's efforts supporting players we should join him in that effort here on the board and as fans generally.
[/QUOTE]Would any of you like to speculate on whom or what position UVM will spend their final scholly on?