Saying that we wouldn't be where we are now without DJ is a conclusion based on a fallacy. It's like saying: I drove my car to the store 10 times. My wife rode along but didn't drive. We wouldn't have gotten to the store 10 times if I hadn't driven. That is a conclusion based on the fallacy of omitting other options. I could have walked to the store, My wife could have driven us to the store, I could have called Uber to take us to the store, etc., etc. Why Dabo keeps saying this is beyond me. His infatuation with DJ is illogical and strange.
Re: I'm concerned over Dabo's illogical statements.
Dec 4, 2022, 2:08 PM
I believe that with what DJ went through with his parents this year, and then underperforming this year, his mind may have been on transferring for a while. I think Dabo may have already known something and didn’t want to hurt his confidence anymore than it already was. Had he made the change against SC I believe we are sitting on an 8 game winning streak against SC.
I didn’t think Dabo would make the change last night, but glad he did. And didn’t he say that this was Cade’s now after last night?