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    Default Kabellis transferring from NDSU

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    I don't know if it's just the article, but they make Richman sound kinda jerk-ish. Disappointed because the guy made a decision that would be better for him? I get the whole "teamwork" thing, but a person should be able to make the decisions that seem best for them and their life. Maybe something is going on with his family so he wants to be closer to home. Just say you're sad to see him go and wish him the best. I don't know the Richman at all, so it might just be me interpreting it incorrectly.
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    Default Re: Kabellis transferring from NDSU

    If NDSU's men's basketball team goes downhill, that is not good for the Summit League. NDSU's women continue to be an anchor in the conference and that hurts the effort to become a two-bid league.

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    Default Re: Kabellis transferring from NDSU

    Isn't he married or has a kid? Or am I thinking of someone else.
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    Default Re: Kabellis transferring from NDSU

    Quote Originally Posted by JackJD View Post
    If NDSU's men's basketball team goes downhill, that is not good for the Summit League. NDSU's women continue to be an anchor in the conference and that hurts the effort to become a two-bid league.
    As the Bison try to replace a Dexter or Khy, the Yotes are picking up some steam. Ft Wayne should be solid again as well. The Pioneers will likely show more improvement as well. Omaha has some decent players returning. The Bison could settle near IUPUI and ahead of the Leathernecks and Golden Eagles. The Bison may have some new talent contribute, but it seems they will not be at the top 3 this year if the new talent does not pan out. It could be guard Miller and Jacobsen to shut down the Bison(that could be hard some nights). I am just a bit hesitant to count out a competitive Bison team with the loss of one player. Will the Bison be picked lower than 4th or 5th in the preseason conference picks? The Bison WBB as an anchor is a result of too long of a contract for DeHoff who may have struggled in the NSIC.

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    Default Re: Kabellis transferring from NDSU

    Kabellis, Werner, Dupree and several more transfers have them in a tough spot. No one is going to pick them ahead of SDSU, USD or Denver. Werner is a huge loss because of how well he could guard Daum. Add the surprise loss of their experienced PG and they've got some work to do.

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    Default Re: Kabellis transferring from NDSU

    Quote Originally Posted by THE PRIDE IS BACK!!! View Post
    I don't know if it's just the article, but they make Richman sound kinda jerk-ish. Disappointed because the guy made a decision that would be better for him? I get the whole "teamwork" thing, but a person should be able to make the decisions that seem best for them and their life. Maybe something is going on with his family so he wants to be closer to home. Just say you're sad to see him go and wish him the best. I don't know the Richman at all, so it might just be me interpreting it incorrectly.
    Richman has a right to be a little jaded, IMO. Kabellis left the team briefly 2 years ago, and Richman let him come back. Now he's leaving again. Unless I've got my wires crossed with another player, it is very odd the article doesn't mention that.

    Edit: Was it Dupree that left the team briefly?
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    Default Re: Kabellis transferring from NDSU

    Quote Originally Posted by SF_Rabbit_Fan View Post
    Richman has a right to be a little jaded, IMO. Kabellis left the team briefly 2 years ago, and Richman let him come back. Now he's leaving again. Unless I've got my wires crossed with another player, it is very odd the article doesn't mention that.

    Edit: Was it Dupree that left the team briefly?
    Dupree.

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    Default Re: Kabellis transferring from NDSU

    Quote Originally Posted by THE PRIDE IS BACK!!! View Post
    I don't know if it's just the article, but they make Richman sound kinda jerk-ish. Disappointed because the guy made a decision that would be better for him? I get the whole "teamwork" thing, but a person should be able to make the decisions that seem best for them and their life. Maybe something is going on with his family so he wants to be closer to home. Just say you're sad to see him go and wish him the best. I don't know the Richman at all, so it might just be me interpreting it incorrectly.
    I guess I don't see much wrong with what Richman said. He is disappointed that his returning starting point guard left. I can understand that. Right after he said that he was disappointed he said that he was looking forward to moving on with the committed players that he still has. Part of his disappointment might be because he didn't even know that the player was thinking about leaving. Could Richman have helped the player out? Could he have looked at bringing in another PG if he knew in advance that he was leaving? He didn't say the player was selfish, bad or anything like that; he just was disappointed that things didn't work out.

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    Default Re: Kabellis transferring from NDSU

    I'm sure Richman would have appreciated finding this out shortly after the season ended, so he could have time to recruit a replacement before the player pool was picked over at the signing date.

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