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Joey Dorsey Wants Him Some Greg Oden

Wow wow wow. The Memphis-Ohio State regional semifinal got a little juicier a few minutes ago, when West Baltimore's own Joey Dorsey, Memphis' 6-9 junior center, pretty much called out Greg Oden. A sample:

"It's going to be David and Goliath," Dorsey said. "I'm Goliath. He's the little man. I'm going to outwork him to every ball. I think I'm going to have like a 20 rebound night. Coach Cal said this is going to be my breakout game."

Dorsey went on to predict he would score 15 points and grab 20 rebounds, while holding Oden to nine and five. It should be noted he did all his boasting in a light-hearted, good-natured way. Funny, articulate guy, that Dorsey. We'll have more in tomorrow's birdcage liner on this, plus Memphis' generally swash-buckling attitude, led by John Calipari.

By Adam Kilgore  |  March 23, 2007; 5:19 PM ET
 
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Unbelievable. Buckeyes win 92-76, and "Goliath" has 0 points, 3 rebs., and 4 fouls. I think Mr. Dorsey should review his biblical history -- the real Goliath ran his mouth before a match and had comparable results. Better luck next time.

Posted by: TC | March 24, 2007 7:07 PM | Report abuse

What an arrogant dufus? Most Dorseys do not fair well against Ohio State!! Just ask Ken!! Only Ken showed up and played well against the Buckeyes. Joey just sucks!! Do they have a class at Memphis for building success?? Joey sure could use it -- 0 points, 4 fouls, last 8 minutes on the bench and let's not forget his (-17) rebound performance vs his 20 rebound prediction. What a joke??!!!

Posted by: Drew | March 24, 2007 8:14 PM | Report abuse

What an idiot. Don't mess with Ohio State!

Posted by: Mark | March 25, 2007 2:52 AM | Report abuse

Be careful what you wish for.

Posted by: Lindemann | March 25, 2007 10:42 AM | Report abuse

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