I understand all of that but we will just have to agree to disagree. I stand by my original statement. It didn't even have to be for both sons but as a gesture of appreciation to the best basketball player that ever stepped inside the Cassell, I would have extended that offer no matter what to his first son. If we offered the first son chances are the second would have followed if we wanted him, too. Even if the first son was 4'8" and weighed 500lbs he would have had an offer and a sturdy place to sit on the bench.
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Thanks in advance.
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