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Thursday, February 03, 2005

the reformation

-- Luke "less pretty in his Yahoo photo than his CNN/SI profile" Winn suggests Chris Paul is the perfect point guard. He's so dreamy...Paul is a point guard first and a scoring guard second. His passes are elegant, not forced. His drives aggressive, not out of control. And his leadership exceptional, not erratic. Far and away the college basketball player I most enjoy watching.

-- I continue to enjoy Mike DeCourcy's "Daily Dish." But am I the only one who has noticed that the quality of Mike's writing for his would-be blog is lower than the quality of his writing for his regular columns?

-- Brian Dohn of the Los Angeles Daily News notes how far Gonzaga has come. Not even three losses to three unranked teams in a three-weak span could dislodge the Zags from the Top 25.

-- Long Beach (CA) Press-Telegram columnist Frank Burlison takes a look at the recently released Wooden Award "midseason" Top 30 and preaches to the choir about Luther Head's exclusion. My perhaps national Player of the Year should not have been left off the "midseason" list.