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Watch Scottie Wilbekin Israel Basketball League Games

Discussion in 'Nuttin' but Net' started by murphree_hall, Jun 29, 2020.

  1. murphree_hall

    murphree_hall GC Legend

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    I usually subscribe to Euroleague TV to watch Scottie, but I don't think they started back up yet.

    The Maccabi Fox Tel-Aviv games are shown for free at this link... Israel Basketball Super League TV.

    You don't have to watch them live, as they are archived so you can go back and watch any game. If this breaks any rules, mods please delete.
     
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  2. murphree_hall

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    Amare Stoudemire is on his team now, too.
     
  3. jmac83

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    Best point guard play we've ever had at UF during his junior and senior seasons, IMO.
     
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  4. tampajack1

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    I agree that Scottie’s senior year was one of the best ever, but not for his junior year.
     
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  5. GatorPlanet

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    Is Egor K playing in Israel? He's a citizen. I'd tune in to watch him and Scottie in the same game.
     
  6. GatorPlanet

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    I might go with that.
    Sophomore and Junior Taurean was better, I think, than Junior Scottie. But Senior Scottie was better than Soph and Junior Taurean.

    I would have loved to see Jason Williams play out his college career at UF. This conversation might be moot if he had.
     
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  7. channingcrowderhungry

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    Bottom of a pint glass
    For real? Wow. I figured his career has long been over.
     
  8. murphree_hall

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    He just signed with them this year. Not see what he’d been doing before that.
     
  9. dave_the_thinker

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    Thanks for the link. The controls on that video player threw me for a loop.
    Watching Scottie, I honestly thought it was playing at 1.5 speed.
     
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  10. GatorsGators

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    A few of his threes from last game (21 points, 10 assists) in this twitter thread. 28-foot pull-up buzzer beater and a ridiculous step-back.

     
  11. tampajack1

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    Nothing happens when I click on the tweetie bird.
     
  12. tampajack1

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    Now it does on my reply. Strange.
     
  13. tampajack1

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    Scottie has really improved since he became a Jewish point guard.
     
  14. GatorsGators

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    Huh, weird.

    And, yeah, Wilbekin is one of the best shooting PGs on the planet right now. He re-upped with Maccabi in Feb, though, so if we ever see him in the NBA, it won't be for awhile.
     
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  15. murphree_hall

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    He actually really took off before that. I’d say he became a dead on shooter even back in his NBA Summer League games. Got even better when he was with Darrusafaka Dogus in Turkey. That’s when he really got disgustingly good as a shooter. I rate his three point shooting and clutch gene just a small notch below Steph Curry. Crazy range.
     
  16. murphree_hall

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    He would have been a perfect fit for the Lakers to replace Avery Bradley.
     
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  17. GatorsGators

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    Ha, not sure I'd go that far, but I do think he could be Seth Curry with a bit more PG utility to his game. Or, like, Patty Mills.
     
  18. murphree_hall

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    Having watched almost all of his games post college, I can confidently say he would be one of the top shooters in the NBA. He’s definitely much much better than Seth Curry or Patty Mills.
     
  19. tampajack1

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    Any idea if Alex Tyus is playing with him? Never mind. He has left the Maccabi team and is playing in Russia.
     
  20. murphree_hall

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    Game tomorrow July 2nd at 2:10 PM EST!