Kelvin Sampson has a good sense of humor

  • 07/12/2007 10:54 am in

sampson.jpgIn our experience with him, if there’s one thing to know about Kelvin Sampson, it’s that he has a pretty great sense of humor. He gets bristly at times, but most jokes are well-delivered and well-received. (Ahem: most of the time. Sometimes he’s not so nice.)

Anyway, that sense of humor is probably a positive now that Kelvin’s out on the recruiting trail at IU for the first time. He’s had to take a little abuse from some old friends in the coaching fraternity:

Kelvin Sampson took it like a man. The Indiana head coach was razzed by Texas’ Rick Barnes and Minnesota’s Tubby Smith when he walked in the gym on Sunday afternoon.

“Where have you been?” joked Barnes. “Call me sometime.”

“Still got the ankle bracelet?” added Smith.

In my fantasy world, Sampson tells both of them to eff off. He tells Rick Barnes exactly how much better Texas’ last season could have been with a coach who actually knew how to utilize the once-in-a-generation talent that landed in his lap … and he tells Tubby Smith to forget about beating IU for any recruits in the next five years, because if he couldn’t recruit at Kentucky, he’ll never land anyone at Minnesota. “I recruited better than you from my living room, Tubby!”

They probably just shook hands and laughed. But a guy can dream.

(HT: The Hoosier Report)

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  • Tyler

    Haha great artile. I liked the jab at Barnes. I hope Sampson can pull a few surprises out of his hat and we can land a few more top players for next year. Van Treese would also be a great get for 2009.

  • Tyler

    Haha great artile. I liked the jab at Barnes. I hope Sampson can pull a few surprises out of his hat and we can land a few more top players for next year. Van Treese would also be a great get for 2009.

  • Paul Newbill

    It’s very early in his recruitment, but Van Treese is coming to Kentucky.

  • Paul Newbill

    It’s very early in his recruitment, but Van Treese is coming to Kentucky.

  • Big A

    Everytime Van Treese talks, the first two schools out of his mouth are IU and Kentucky.

    Should be a nice recruiting battle for the next few seasons.

  • Big A

    Everytime Van Treese talks, the first two schools out of his mouth are IU and Kentucky.

    Should be a nice recruiting battle for the next few seasons.

  • Newt

    Paul-

    Why would Van Treese go there when Euton will be there the year after? Van Treese is smart and will go to U of L or UNC before UofK. What academic programs have national acclimades at UofK? Refresh my memory….

    Besides, you’ve got those 2 stud 5’10” 160lbs PG’s we should worry about coming in to throw him the ball….No wingspan=no post entry….You should coach UK Paul–you’d probably do better than Steady Eddie Sutton did….

    Wild Bill will keep on riding…lmao

  • Newt

    Paul-

    Why would Van Treese go there when Euton will be there the year after? Van Treese is smart and will go to U of L or UNC before UofK. What academic programs have national acclimades at UofK? Refresh my memory….

    Besides, you’ve got those 2 stud 5’10” 160lbs PG’s we should worry about coming in to throw him the ball….No wingspan=no post entry….You should coach UK Paul–you’d probably do better than Steady Eddie Sutton did….

    Wild Bill will keep on riding…lmao

  • Newt

    Paul-

    Why would Van Treese go there when Euton will be there the year after? Van Treese is smart and will go to U of L or UNC before UofK. What academic programs have national acclimades at UofK? Refresh my memory….

    Besides, you’ve got those 2 stud 5’10” 160lbs PG’s we should worry about coming in to throw him the ball….No wingspan=no post entry….You should coach UK Paul–you’d probably do better than Steady Eddie Sutton did….

    Wild Bill will keep on riding…lmao

  • Newt

    Paul-

    Why would Van Treese go there when Euton will be there the year after? Van Treese is smart and will go to U of L or UNC before UofK. What academic programs have national acclimades at UofK? Refresh my memory….

    Besides, you’ve got those 2 stud 5’10” 160lbs PG’s we should worry about coming in to throw him the ball….No wingspan=no post entry….You should coach UK Paul–you’d probably do better than Steady Eddie Sutton did….

    Wild Bill will keep on riding…lmao

  • Newt

    Paul-

    Why would Van Treese go there when Euton will be there the year after? Van Treese is smart and will go to U of L or UNC before UofK. What academic programs have national acclimades at UofK? Refresh my memory….

    Besides, you’ve got those 2 stud 5’10” 160lbs PG’s we should worry about coming in to throw him the ball….No wingspan=no post entry….You should coach UK Paul–you’d probably do better than Steady Eddie Sutton did….

    Wild Bill will keep on riding…lmao

  • Paul Newbill

    Newt,

    You need to crawl back under your rock.

    Most great players welcome great competition. At this point, Euton has a scholarhip based upon potential and the possiblity of him growing a few inches. Billy G is a great recruiter and he’s all over Van Treese.

    I’m not really sure what national “acclimades” UK is known for. You better check your spelling and get back with me on that one.

  • Paul Newbill

    Newt,

    You need to crawl back under your rock.

    Most great players welcome great competition. At this point, Euton has a scholarhip based upon potential and the possiblity of him growing a few inches. Billy G is a great recruiter and he’s all over Van Treese.

    I’m not really sure what national “acclimades” UK is known for. You better check your spelling and get back with me on that one.

  • Paul Newbill

    Newt,

    You need to crawl back under your rock.

    Most great players welcome great competition. At this point, Euton has a scholarhip based upon potential and the possiblity of him growing a few inches. Billy G is a great recruiter and he’s all over Van Treese.

    I’m not really sure what national “acclimades” UK is known for. You better check your spelling and get back with me on that one.

  • Paul Newbill

    Newt,

    You need to crawl back under your rock.

    Most great players welcome great competition. At this point, Euton has a scholarhip based upon potential and the possiblity of him growing a few inches. Billy G is a great recruiter and he’s all over Van Treese.

    I’m not really sure what national “acclimades” UK is known for. You better check your spelling and get back with me on that one.

  • Newt

    Yeah I misspelled that word, I am a Hoosier and I can admit a mistake. If Billy G is offering “scholarhip”, we’ll be OK. Check your spelling blueblood.

    Kelvin Sampson isn’t a great recruiter?; he couldn’t leave campus for a year. Look at his class.

    Where do you get your information about Gillispie offering a “scholarhip”

    Why would Van Treese want to go to UK? What academic programs? Bourbon 101? Agriculture?

    UK’s academics are poor compared to IU’s and I’ll argue that till I die…

    BTW…why are you over here?

  • Newt

    Yeah I misspelled that word, I am a Hoosier and I can admit a mistake. If Billy G is offering “scholarhip”, we’ll be OK. Check your spelling blueblood.

    Kelvin Sampson isn’t a great recruiter?; he couldn’t leave campus for a year. Look at his class.

    Where do you get your information about Gillispie offering a “scholarhip”

    Why would Van Treese want to go to UK? What academic programs? Bourbon 101? Agriculture?

    UK’s academics are poor compared to IU’s and I’ll argue that till I die…

    BTW…why are you over here?

  • Newt

    Yeah Paul I did make another typo so let me have it….

  • Newt

    Yeah Paul I did make another typo so let me have it….

  • I don’t think that most basketball players are going to school for academics. Most are going so they can get to “the show” or win a Championship. His concentration would be to become a better basketball player. At this point, UK has better facilites and a better tradition.

    I never said Billy G. offered a scholarhip to Van Treese, I just know that when people talk to him, he mentions UK as one of his favorites. If you’d like a nice read on him, check out today’s Courier Journal.

    Sampson has proven himself as a good recruiter, we’ll see who wins the battle.

    I like to look at the competitions sites. This site has good information on the program and their recruits.

  • I don’t think that most basketball players are going to school for academics. Most are going so they can get to “the show” or win a Championship. His concentration would be to become a better basketball player. At this point, UK has better facilites and a better tradition.

    I never said Billy G. offered a scholarhip to Van Treese, I just know that when people talk to him, he mentions UK as one of his favorites. If you’d like a nice read on him, check out today’s Courier Journal.

    Sampson has proven himself as a good recruiter, we’ll see who wins the battle.

    I like to look at the competitions sites. This site has good information on the program and their recruits.

  • I don’t think that most basketball players are going to school for academics. Most are going so they can get to “the show” or win a Championship. His concentration would be to become a better basketball player. At this point, UK has better facilites and a better tradition.

    I never said Billy G. offered a scholarhip to Van Treese, I just know that when people talk to him, he mentions UK as one of his favorites. If you’d like a nice read on him, check out today’s Courier Journal.

    Sampson has proven himself as a good recruiter, we’ll see who wins the battle.

    I like to look at the competitions sites. This site has good information on the program and their recruits.

  • I don’t think that most basketball players are going to school for academics. Most are going so they can get to “the show” or win a Championship. His concentration would be to become a better basketball player. At this point, UK has better facilites and a better tradition.

    I never said Billy G. offered a scholarhip to Van Treese, I just know that when people talk to him, he mentions UK as one of his favorites. If you’d like a nice read on him, check out today’s Courier Journal.

    Sampson has proven himself as a good recruiter, we’ll see who wins the battle.

    I like to look at the competitions sites. This site has good information on the program and their recruits.

  • bootsie white

    Tubby Smith questioning Kelvin Sampson’s ability to recruit is like Rosie O’Donnell questioning somebody’s ability to diet.

  • bootsie white

    Tubby Smith questioning Kelvin Sampson’s ability to recruit is like Rosie O’Donnell questioning somebody’s ability to diet.

  • bootsie white

    Tubby Smith questioning Kelvin Sampson’s ability to recruit is like Rosie O’Donnell questioning somebody’s ability to diet.

  • bootsie white

    Tubby Smith questioning Kelvin Sampson’s ability to recruit is like Rosie O’Donnell questioning somebody’s ability to diet.

  • Big A

    Good to see a little competitive banter on here between IU and UK fans. Should make for some fun when we’re leading up to the game this year at Assembly.

  • Big A

    Good to see a little competitive banter on here between IU and UK fans. Should make for some fun when we’re leading up to the game this year at Assembly.

  • knasmiley

    I love the JABS that Barnes and Tubby took at Kelvin Sampson, I for one would have said the same things with a smile as im sure they were. Kelvin Sampson took that with a grain of salt and im sure he knew it was coming for sure, this isnt his first rodeo so to speak…………

    As for Van Treese, I think he is IU bound now that he has COOLED it seems on OSU and Conley whispering sweet nothings in his ear, not sure if sweet nothings is correct but im sure it was somewhere along those lines………..

    I think the problem with IU right now is we dont know how good EH will be, obviously many think he will be very very good thus making it tougher to land a BIG MAN. We may already have our BIG MAN and just dont know it………..

    The other thing im seeing it that IU will go JUCO again to fill out this 08 class, we need to too, even out Armons class, right now he is the only one and that wont cut it with the 10 class coming in a few years. That class looks to be loaded with talent, DT RMjr and many many more, I would hate to lose on them cause we dont have the SHIPS. I too believe we will need the experience the JUCOS bring, plus the LOT of them are BIG and ready to compete…………..

    I will say this again, Jamarcus Ellis is heading to the NBA after his stop in Bloomington and BIG Dre’ is going to be a LOAD this coming season and then in his sr. year LOOK OUT the big man has skills that is for sure……….

    AJS

  • knasmiley

    I love the JABS that Barnes and Tubby took at Kelvin Sampson, I for one would have said the same things with a smile as im sure they were. Kelvin Sampson took that with a grain of salt and im sure he knew it was coming for sure, this isnt his first rodeo so to speak…………

    As for Van Treese, I think he is IU bound now that he has COOLED it seems on OSU and Conley whispering sweet nothings in his ear, not sure if sweet nothings is correct but im sure it was somewhere along those lines………..

    I think the problem with IU right now is we dont know how good EH will be, obviously many think he will be very very good thus making it tougher to land a BIG MAN. We may already have our BIG MAN and just dont know it………..

    The other thing im seeing it that IU will go JUCO again to fill out this 08 class, we need to too, even out Armons class, right now he is the only one and that wont cut it with the 10 class coming in a few years. That class looks to be loaded with talent, DT RMjr and many many more, I would hate to lose on them cause we dont have the SHIPS. I too believe we will need the experience the JUCOS bring, plus the LOT of them are BIG and ready to compete…………..

    I will say this again, Jamarcus Ellis is heading to the NBA after his stop in Bloomington and BIG Dre’ is going to be a LOAD this coming season and then in his sr. year LOOK OUT the big man has skills that is for sure……….

    AJS

  • Zach

    I agree about looking at some JUCOs to fill out next year’s class. We should have too many scholarships available to place them all on to incoming freshman. Some of them should be placed on upperclassmen in the JUCO ranks.

  • Zach

    I agree about looking at some JUCOs to fill out next year’s class. We should have too many scholarships available to place them all on to incoming freshman. Some of them should be placed on upperclassmen in the JUCO ranks.

  • Zach

    I agree about looking at some JUCOs to fill out next year’s class. We should have too many scholarships available to place them all on to incoming freshman. Some of them should be placed on upperclassmen in the JUCO ranks.

  • Zach

    I agree about looking at some JUCOs to fill out next year’s class. We should have too many scholarships available to place them all on to incoming freshman. Some of them should be placed on upperclassmen in the JUCO ranks.

  • IUJimmy

    I love Kentucky fans. On Catspause, they claim that they are bringing 10,000 fans to Assembly Hall. Obviously, all of our fans are going to be intimated by Bill Clyde and his recruiting prowess, which will lead to every IU fan selling their tix to UK fans. We are screwed. LOL

  • IUJimmy

    I love Kentucky fans. On Catspause, they claim that they are bringing 10,000 fans to Assembly Hall. Obviously, all of our fans are going to be intimated by Bill Clyde and his recruiting prowess, which will lead to every IU fan selling their tix to UK fans. We are screwed. LOL

  • IUJimmy

    I love Kentucky fans. On Catspause, they claim that they are bringing 10,000 fans to Assembly Hall. Obviously, all of our fans are going to be intimated by Bill Clyde and his recruiting prowess, which will lead to every IU fan selling their tix to UK fans. We are screwed. LOL

  • IUJimmy

    I love Kentucky fans. On Catspause, they claim that they are bringing 10,000 fans to Assembly Hall. Obviously, all of our fans are going to be intimated by Bill Clyde and his recruiting prowess, which will lead to every IU fan selling their tix to UK fans. We are screwed. LOL

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  • The_Real_Assembly_Hall

    Sense of humor? What about a sense of integrity?