Friday, November 03, 2017

Sagay to transfer

With the season about to start, BC announced that sophomore G/F Mike Sagay will transfer. Sagay was one of those guys who showed potential but was still very, very raw. As much as I hate losing players with upside, I am taking this transfer as a good sign. If Sagay doesn't think he can get minutes on this team this year, then there is a chance the team is improved. Best of luck to him. He did not announce where he is headed.

9 comments:

John said...

I saw him at Georgia Tech last year and I thought he had the speed and ability to get to the basket to be a factor, if given the chance.

One never knows why a young guy transfers, but good luck to him.

Knucklehead said...

Who?

Napolean Bonaparte said...

We are so thin in hoops - God forbid any of the starters twists an ankle. Our main 5 will likely be Bowman, Robinson, Chatman, Hawkins and the freshman Mitchell with Popovic/Reyes rotating in and out periodically. After that it's a crapshoot with several unheralded freshman (i.e., by ACC standards) - pray that one of these turns out to be a contributor.

Georgia Eagle said...

Yawn. Let's talk and the hockey team. What's the Outlook this season?

ccw said...

ATL spins every transfer as a good thing. Unbelievable.

EL MIZ said...

christian loses what seems like 1-2 players per season. hopefully he's the next that goes.

Knucklehead said...

That is the way college basketball works now. Everyone is on TV. Kids want to play. He wants out then let him go.

MSU game - stadium is 75% full.

Brady Quinn is a fucking idiot.

bceagle91 said...

If a kid leaves BC because he doesn't think he'll get enough playing time, what does that say about his NBA prospects? Long-term, it'd be much better if he had a BC degree. But how many 19 or 20 year-olds think long-term? Khead is right - transferring is rampant in the game now. A bunch of kids think they're stars when they're mediocre at best.

CT said...

Or they don’t like the staff.