Memphis MBB being devastated with transfers

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Bates and Harris both bailing out.

Former top recruit Emoni Bates transferring from Memphis

Memphis loses guard Tyler Harris to NCAA Transfer Portal
https://www.on3.com/news/former-top-rec ... m-memphis/


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They had/have lots of talent they also have the Lawson brothers (brothers of Lawson we had and more highly touted) who never really got a chance to play.
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Tulane1111 wrote: Sun Apr 17, 2022 10:16 am They had/have lots of talent they also have the Lawson brothers (brothers of Lawson we had and more highly touted) who never really got a chance to play.
Yes. They will reload I’m sure
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If recruits think that sanctions are coming, they may opt to play it safe by going somewhere else.
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Why can"t we get the Loyola Transfers, going to Ole Miss and Marquette???
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Greeniegb wrote: Sun Apr 17, 2022 10:34 pm Why can"t we get the Loyola Transfers, going to Ole Miss and Marquette???
uh, how about 1st class facilities and winning tradition.
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Pepper wrote: Mon Apr 18, 2022 6:42 am
Greeniegb wrote: Sun Apr 17, 2022 10:34 pm Why can"t we get the Loyola Transfers, going to Ole Miss and Marquette???
uh, how about 1st class facilities and winning tradition.
With your negatism are you a fan!!! lst winning tradition takes years, 2nd facilities take years, 3rd other programs do it with the same or less!!!

Facts out of 353 College Basketball Programs Tulane Basketball Budget is rated 96. Spending almost 5 million a year on Men's Basketball. Many teams with lower budgets are more successful than the Wave not always about money!!! But school is spending the money time for Donations and fan support to help fund facilities!!!
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2 Kentucky SEC 20,202,558
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7 UCLA Pac 12 15,468,381
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9 Syracuse ACC 14,845,555
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20 Providence Big East 11,117,186
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26 Auburn SEC 10,536,653
27 Gonzaga WCC 10,496,251
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38 Purdue Big Ten 9,604,624
39 LSU SEC 9,512,515
40 Mississippi SEC 9,432,295
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44 Houston American 9,219,796
45 Nebraska Big Ten 9,180,631
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56 Notre Dame ACC 8,331,273
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65 Cincinnati American 7,644,770
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90 Butler Big East 5,760,815
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93 Grand Canyon WAC 5,331,006
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167 Bucknell Patriot 2,624,075
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174 Denver Summit 2,532,725
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180 Manhattan MAAC 2,455,366
181 Montana Big Sky 2,452,114
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187 UC Davis Big West 2,395,167
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190 Marist MAAC 2,358,993
191 FAU C USA 2,352,069
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245 Bryant NEC 1,883,381
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341 Grambling St. SWAC 913,266
342 Delaware St. MEAC 910,671
343 Tarleton State WAC 864,953
344 Dixie State WAC 837,366
345 Pine Bluff SWAC 833,958
346 Southern SWAC 815,704
347 Chicago St. WAC 801,305
348 Nicholls St. Southland 798,687
349 Coppin St. MEAC 785,999
350 South Carolina St. MEAC 785,619
351 Jackson St. SWAC 676,673
352 Miss Valley St. SWAC 576,526
353 Alcorn St. SWAC 533,743
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You asked the question. I gave you the answer.

Here's a hint why not just give the 2 schools dollar amounts and ranking rather than all 363 teams.
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There are several A10 teams that are small private schools with admissions standards with lower budgets that are much better then us. And that’s infuriating and perplexing - example Richmond or Davidson. Also there’s no reason our Budget shouldn’t ATLEAST equal tulsas
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Bicoastalwave wrote: Mon Apr 18, 2022 3:04 pm There are several A10 teams that are small private schools with admissions standards with lower budgets that are much better then us. And that’s infuriating and perplexing - example Richmond or Davidson. Also there’s no reason our Budget shouldn’t ATLEAST equal tulsas
Richmond has a pretty new practice facility and an updated arena that seats 7,200. Davidson has a practice facility and an arena that seats 5,300. No one is mistaking those for a HS gym.
Small time facilities for small time programs.
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Yep spot on. What’s the best size for Tulane ? 6k ? 7k?

Hopefully we retain our team and the new transfer Percy helps us start strong next year and we make the ncaa tourney in front of good crowds. At that point there would be strong pressure & the will to expand (my optimism & green tinted glasses are showing)
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I would say 6k would do it. That would almost double the current seating capacity. No one would mistake that for a HS gym.

As to your second paragraph that's how it should work. Perry filled it and wanted a new arena. Tulane didn't do it and it stopped being filled because they didn't strike while the iron was hot. Will they learn from that mistake? Hopefully Hunter makes it so we find out.
Small time facilities for small time programs.
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What was the consensus, could Devlin be expanded?
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With the changes around it on campus I doubt it could be done in any meaningful way.
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It really seems like adding 2k seats (it’s at 4,100 seats ?) really shouldn’t be some Herculean task, obviously with the administration that’s a major question mark.
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Bicoastalwave wrote: Tue Apr 19, 2022 7:38 pm It really seems like adding 2k seats (it’s at 4,100 seats ?) really shouldn’t be some Herculean task, obviously with the administration that’s a major question mark.
It only seats 3,200.
Small time facilities for small time programs.
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