TJ Says Sayonara Like Samardo

Given that The Rick foretold last week that Terrence Jennings was out the door to fame, fortune or failure as a pro, it comes as no surprise that last year’s peculiar pivot officially announced he’s sayonara like Samardo before him.

So much for the centerpieces of that recruiting class. But, gee, it sure seems like business as usual for The Pitino Regime.

“No prob,” says Coach. “Everything is everything, you know. Copacetic, capeche? Dieng’s my man. Price comin’ in. Future’s so bright I’m wearing shades.”

But I gotta ask.

Did TJ really wanna go? Or did The Rick do either a full or semi Rodrick Rhodes on him? You know, was it a full push out the door, or did Coach What Can You Do For Me Tomorrow just show him the exit and give him a not so gentle nudge in that direction?

We’ll never know. Because, you know, Dieng and Price were the guys all along. Besides, just by coincidence, it frees up a scholly.

Of course, there’s always the chance that Jennings really thought those inconsistent single digit stats were just what some NBA franchise is looking for.

I’m tellin’ ya, these kids these days, can’t figure ‘em out for the life of me.

– Seedy K

3 Comments

  1. Mark Hanley
    Posted May 3, 2011 at 10:09 pm | Permalink

    Hey,I agree with you……yeah, I think TJ was given the bum’s rush……but,ya know,I think it is the right thing to do…..with Deng,Price and Behanan…and maybe Buckles and maybe Showpshire….back and at full strength….does TJ’s stats figure to grow exponentualy larger…I,for one,think not…so,if looked at it from this angle,perhaps,it is truely for the best……

  2. cbcard
    Posted May 5, 2011 at 7:58 pm | Permalink

    TJ’s scoring and rebounding stats pale in comparison to SamSam’s.

    So if SamSam, a multiyear starter with better stats, wasn’t drafted why does TJ think he will be? Is he being advised by Brandon Bender?

  3. ken
    Posted May 10, 2011 at 6:35 am | Permalink

    what would returning as a senior and losing time to an inexperienced sophomore and what’s more a freshman ,have done for TJ’s draft status? The more his lack of basketball skills were to be exposed the poorer his opportunities. Beach volleyball possibly should have been the sport that took best advantage of his skills !

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