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Venoy Overton

https://www.kiro7.com/news/local/police-investigating-car-fires-in-federal-way/770315583
I saw this while at the Gym this morning. About a minute into the video is an interview with Venoy Overton... A list of greatest husky bball players begins and end with Venoy Overton. Glad to see he's still alive
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  • allpurpleallgoldallpurpleallgold Posts: 7,059
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    dnc said:

    Ahh my former avatar! Love that guy. A proud Franklin Earthquaker. Dude was Jason Terry without developing a perimeter shot. Possibly one of the more underated highlights of the Romar era.


    I liked him a lot too. He actually changed games defensively.
    Miss St in round 1 of the tourney comes to mind.
    He was no Jarvis Varnado
    Reminded me of a young Bill Russell.
    dnc
  • ThomasFremontThomasFremont Posts: 8,990
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    dnc said:

    Ahh my former avatar! Love that guy. A proud Franklin Earthquaker. Dude was Jason Terry without developing a perimeter shot. Possibly one of the more underated highlights of the Romar era.


    I liked him a lot too. He actually changed games defensively.
    Miss St in round 1 of the tourney comes to mind.
    He was no Jarvis Varnado
    That was the guy that convinced me that blocks were the most overrated stat in basketball.

    He swatted Brockman 3 times in a row, and still gave up the bucket.
    backthepackdnc
  • Edwin_BambinoEdwin_Bambino Posts: 1,365
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    Ahh my former avatar! Love that guy. A proud Franklin Earthquaker. Dude was Jason Terry without developing a perimeter shot. Possibly one of the more underated highlights of the Romar era.


    I liked him a lot too. He actually changed games defensively.
    He kept his pimp hand strong you could say
    dnchuskyhooliganHuskyJW
  • backthepackbackthepack Posts: 5,859
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    I loved the Venoyance. Christ what a gay nickname but still.
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  • dncdnc Posts: 34,899
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    I loved the Venoyance. Christ what a gay nickname but still.

    Great name
    backthepackallpurpleallgoldrustysavagehuskyhooligan
  • rustysavagerustysavage Posts: 398
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    dnc said:

    Ahh my former avatar! Love that guy. A proud Franklin Earthquaker. Dude was Jason Terry without developing a perimeter shot. Possibly one of the more underated highlights of the Romar era.


    I liked him a lot too. He actually changed games defensively.
    Miss St in round 1 of the tourney comes to mind.
    He was no Jarvis Varnado
    That was the guy that convinced me that blocks were the most overrated stat in basketball.

    He swatted Brockman 3 times in a row, and still gave up the bucket.
    That was how the majority of Brockmans buckets happened.
  • salemcoogsalemcoog Posts: 8,172
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    Ahh my former avatar! Love that guy. A proud Franklin Earthquaker. Dude was Jason Terry without developing a perimeter shot. Possibly one of the more underated highlights of the Romar era.


    I liked him a lot too. He actually changed games defensively.
    I loved him too. That combo of him and Dentmon pretty much ensured a win for #mycougs when they played.
  • dncdnc Posts: 34,899
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    salemcoog said:

    Ahh my former avatar! Love that guy. A proud Franklin Earthquaker. Dude was Jason Terry without developing a perimeter shot. Possibly one of the more underated highlights of the Romar era.


    I liked him a lot too. He actually changed games defensively.
    I loved him too. That combo of him and Dentmon pretty much ensured a win for #mycougs when they played.
    They were 2-2 against WSU but considering the Cuog hoop success rate against UW, I understand your fondness.
    allpurpleallgoldThomasFremontUWhuskytskeet
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