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Tiny Gallon and Tommy Mason-Griffin

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Tiny Gallon and Tommy Mason-Griffin

Anybody know where these two are at right now? I know Tiny was playing pretty decent in the D-League and thought he would get a call up but never did. And Tommy Mason-Griffin the last I heard of him was when everybody was bashing him by leaving as a freshman. These two are prime examples of what can happen when you are a one and done.

But Tiny did do this...


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Tiny a pretty good season in

Tiny a pretty good season in the D-League last year, nothing spectacular, but pretty solid. I have no idea where he is right now. I always thought, if he kept his weight down he'd get a shot, but that's a big if.

I never thought TMG was an NBA player despite some dude making a forum topic about him every 3 days last year.

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Tommy Mason Griffin is

Tommy Mason Griffin is playing in Germany for a pretty good team over there.

I have no clue where Tiny Gallon is.

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They

They pretty much killed Oklahoma basketball.

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I still don't see how TMG

I still don't see how TMG thought he was a first round pick.

5'9

overweight(203 at 5'9 is pushing it)

Not that athletic, was kinda quick and had nice open court speed but nothing to write home about.

Dude could score tho, and was creative off the dribble, had he stayed another 2 years I think he would have had a shot, but I was shocked when I heard he was declaring.

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TMG could get up though to be

TMG could get up though to be 200lbs. I think you want to check his finger roll abilities.

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Kelvin Sampson killed OU

Kelvin Sampson killed OU basketball, but Lon Kruger is a great guy to bring it back from the dead. I expect to see them back in post season basketball, if not next year (Maybe NIT) than the year after.

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