Sunday, May 23, 2010

Louis Dale Career Highlight Video

Produced by Slope TV's Sam Aleinikoff, below, the Louis Dale career highlight video. Aleinikoff notes:
Louis Dale may be the most prolific all-around basketball player to ever put on the Big Red uniform. He ranks among the top 10 in Cornell history in 13 different career statistical categories: #3 PTs Scored, #8 FGs, #10 FG attempts, #5 3PT FGs Made, #8 3PT FG Attempts, #6 3PT FG%, #3 FTs, #7 FT%, #1 Career Assists (total 470), #9 Career Steals, , #2 Games Played, #2 Games Started, #10 Minutes Played.

As a point guard measuring in at less than 6 feet tall, Dale has also amassed rebounding and block statistics that surpass many of the top Cornell forwards and centers, ranking 29th all time in swats and 33rd all time on the boards.


5 comments:

Anonymous said...

He's got the stats, indivdual accolades, on-court leadership, and most importantly, the WINS that cement him as one of the great Ivy point guards in history. I'll take him over Jeremy Lin 11 times out of 10.

q'nis said...

I'm gonna miss watching Lou play. He had a really unique skill set in that he was basically ambidextrous and rebounded unbelievably well for his size.

Anonymous said...

"I'll take him over Jeremy Lin 11 times out of 10."

LOL. And the rest of the pro basketball world will let you have him 11 times out of 10. Anyway, I hope Dale can get a Summer League invite -- C.J. Watson might be a good "role model" for him.

Anonymous said...

You were the greatest, Lou.

Anonymous said...

Why do you guys have to continue to rip Lin? You are so insecure! Pathetic....