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Love is #1 as well

Well, duh: (emphasis mine)

We have graded Love as the No. 1 player in the Class of 2007 because we believe he is the most fundamental high school basketball player in the last 25 years. He is the poster child for what is right with basketball today. The movement in our country is toward skill development and skills academies. Love has been in a skill development program from a young age with his dad, former NBA player Stan Love. Young players should study Love and use him as a role model to learn how to improve their own games.

Mayo gets the following "awesome" review from DSPN (emphasis mine):

Since playing high school basketball as an eighth grader, Mayo has been deemed a can't-miss prospect and has had more attention than anyone in the Class of 2007. He has been a physical specimen since an early age, but it appeared this summer he was not as dominating as he had been in previous summers.

Despite what the cocksuckers (and I mean that literally) at the LA Times believe, which is that the "other" OJ deserves twenty times more space in the sports section than our #1 UCLA Bruins, and that doesn't even count the endless cocksucking of Pom-pom's program, how the Galen Center will solve cancer, or how Floyd is the next John Wooden, this obviously shows that BH had no interest at all in a clearly-overhyped, immature, probably-refering-to-himself-in-the-third-person teabag.  Probably sucked this summer because he was too busy picking colors for his new car.

<em>This is a FanPost and does not necessarily reflect the views of BruinsNation's (BN) editors. It does reflect the views of this particular fan though, which is as important as the views of BN's editors.</em>

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