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Daily Bullets (June 26): It’s Oklahoma State Week on ESPN

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“Eddie” – coming to your TV Monday night assuming you have ESPN. “Finding Big Country” airs on Wednesday also on ESPN

Scott Sutton speaks for the family and endorses the doc:

This is a welcome development – Isaac Likekele is nailing threes in practice. If that man gets a 38 percent three-point shot, he’s a first-rounder.

A video came out Thursday of Oklahoma State guard Isaac Likekele hitting eight long-range 3-point shots. Cade Cunningham’s trainer, Ashton Bennings, posted the video that showed Cunningham and fellow OSU signee Matthew-Alexander Moncrieffe driving the lane and kicking to Likekele, who would shoot uncontested jumpers on the receiving end. [PFB]

Also, I just like reminding folks the No. 1 US and No. 1 Canadian players will team up next year:

• I don’t think I agree with his conclusions on the topic but Berry Tramel points out just how much times have changed between football players and their coach. And he points to Chuba Hubbard as a primary example. 

Seems to me it’s all about relationships. This isn’t 1959. Or 1999. Time was, ballplayers had to listen to their coaches with little discussion. If you didn’t like something — personal treatment, social attitudes, playing time — your option was to lump it or leave.

Now there’s a third option. Take your case to social media.

That’s what OSU tailback Chuba Hubbard did last week, igniting the firestorm in Stillwater that threatens Mike Gundy’s job. [NewsOK]

I don’t know who Tramel has been talking with but he’s riding this concept of no relationships = no contented players = much less job stability than anticipated for Mike Gundy.

• In 1958, Barry Switzer and Eddie Sutton watched a basketball game together and developed a friendship

• Former Cowboy Basketball player Hidde Roessink has found a home in the Show Me State – Hint: it’s the same town Victor Williams came from.

• Fun pic of the floor of the original GIA:


Non-OSU Bullets

• This coffee machine-like contraption that makes bottles for babies is ridiculous but I’m low-key bummed it won’t be out by the time my third gets here in September
• This faith-based read on an underrated theological quality was great
• Processing what this means in “where will the media take us next”
– I do think the below James Clear quote is relevant food for thought:

 “Where you spend your attention is where you spend your life.”

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