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    Quincy Miller chants "One More Year" to PJII

    While at the Ferrell Center last night a "one more year" chant broke out for Perry Jones, and Q Miller was right there helping lead it. Also, I was on 10th street and another one started and Quincy was right there again being enthusiastic about the chant.

    SIAP but thought this was awesome and hope they both come back!!

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    I think Quincy Miller will be the leader of our team next year.

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    I would guess Miller is coming back. PJ3 is not, but waiting to announce so as to not interfere with the women's NC.

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    His status on facebook today... "Decisions...."

    I really have no doubt that he's coming back.

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    Good for Quincy Miller. He'll get to be in New York for draft night 2013. He's going to get rewarded for staying one more season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ryan4baylor View Post
    His status on facebook today... "Decisions...."

    I really have no doubt that he's coming back.
    Which one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by xiledinok View Post
    Good for Quincy Miller. He'll get to be in New York for draft night 2013. He's going to get rewarded for staying one more season.
    I agree completely. He is a gifted player physically, but it's the emotion he brings to the floor that will be developed with time and experience. Likewise, I believe, although some will disagree that PJ3 is returning also. I think he wants to improve his game, and think he needs to work on developing a competitive streak. I do not think its a coincidence that Q was leading the chant for PJ3.

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    On a side note, Sullinger will enter the draft per ESPN

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    PJIII's mom is in really bad health. She has been for a while. I cannot imagine how he would feel if she talked him into coming back for another year - or to graduate and she wasn't there to see it, when he might have been able to help with his NBA money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Assassin View Post
    PJIII's mom is in really bad health. She has been for a while. I cannot imagine how he would feel if she talked him into coming back for another year - or to graduate and she wasn't there to see it, when he might have been able to help with his NBA money.
    this. amazing that they couldn't take out a loan to pay for medical costs knowing that his first contract would pay for it ... but such is the NCAA.

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    you guys penciling in Miller as coming back need to be careful...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hambone420 View Post
    you guys penciling in Miller as coming back need to be careful...
    That's the one piece for next year that worries me. I think we are really good if he comes back, but may struggle a bit if he doesn't.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hambone420 View Post
    you guys penciling in Miller as coming back need to be careful...
    Agree, but think he will.

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    Miller is coming back. Especially with how loaded this draft is going to be, and how much he could improve after using the offseason to get over the ACL injury, it makes all the sense in the world for him to come back. Plus he's said multiple times he's staying.

    The ironic thing about Perry's situation is that the NCAA always says they want kids to stay 3 years at least, but they've made it near impossible for Perry to stay. There should be some sort of exception for medical needs, this is ridiculous.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hambone420 View Post
    you guys penciling in Miller as coming back need to be careful...
    He'll be back

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    Quote Originally Posted by Porteroso View Post
    Miller is coming back. Especially with how loaded this draft is going to be, and how much he could improve after using the offseason to get over the ACL injury, it makes all the sense in the world for him to come back. Plus he's said multiple times he's staying.

    The ironic thing about Perry's situation is that the NCAA always says they want kids to stay 3 years at least, but they've made it near impossible for Perry to stay. There should be some sort of exception for medical needs, this is ridiculous.
    He's not the one with the medical problem. That ends their care

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    Just be ready for him to leave, that's all I'm saying.

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    PJ is not ready for the NBA however, it appears he has few options.

    He has to go....wishing he didnt

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    For anyone that missed the story on PJIII's mom, here it is:

    http://espn.go.com/mens-college-bask...ege-basketball

    This quote tells you everything you want to know about his family - wow:

    All indications were that Jones would've been a top-5 pick in the 2011 NBA draft had he chosen to leave Baylor after his freshman season. But when he hinted he was thinking about returning to school, Terri (his mom) was quick to offer support.

    "Don't worry about the money," she told him. "We can't miss what we've never had. It's your decision. If you want to stay, I'm behind you 100 percent."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hambone420 View Post
    Just be ready for him to leave, that's all I'm saying.
    This

    Unless you got some magic lamp



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