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Glad you are still at it! Keep working….doin’ those pushups!
Great work ethic. Stay focused and don’t put artificial barriers in your own way. No wonder you’re still my favorite Cardinal of all-time. A winner wins mostly when no ones looking.
I wish you best look for tomorrow’s game, but Buresa is not the name of the city, just the name of the team. The city is called Vitoria.
YO SLOTH NO DAYS OFF HOMMIE…
dang that 10/24 story is deep. well i love reading! keep updating. Louisville misses you!!!
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I cant believe that my man Taquan cant get a job in The League. He’s a straight up, stone cold killer from the perimeter. Some of these bums I see in The League…..it makes me laugh.
Wassup TD, u keep up da good work, I wish u much TRIUMPH, throughout ur TRADGEDY! My son Sharif Woods is ur cuz on ur dad’s side.His dad is Jamaal, holla @ us sometime! Peace Bro
Big Bra, Man ive ben reading ur blogs in things well as you call it deans’s list lol..Man keep up the good work..My first game mon. time to get buckets bra n lock up…But keep up the hard work proud of you bra..
I spoke with you at the Larry Obannon camp at Mid America over the summer, my son Kameron is a huge fan of yours and was wanting to see how we could get your jersey. We let him name our middle child Parker Dean because of your were his first louisville athlete he remembers and definetly wont forget. Is there anyway you can direct us to where we can purchase one of your pro jerseys. firstname.lastname@example.org thanks for everything, Scott
I am glad to hear u turned to God, cause as we all know he will never fail us. Continue to have faith and trust in God and u will continue to be blessed.
Hello Taquan, I am a UofL basketball season ticket holder. I want to thank you for all the great memories. I am glad that you are making new ones. As a preacher of the Gospel, it inspires me to see you talk about your relationship with God on this blog. You are in the position to witness to many people, especially in Europe where there are about 3% Christians. Stay strong in the faith, strong in the Lord. Your greatest blessings are in front of you brother. God bless, Brother Paul
I want you to know we miss you everyday here in Louisville, KY…When you left it was like the wind was let out of our sails. It will be a long time before UofL basketball replaces the true #5. Other players will wear it but none will fill it like you did.
Roger and Debbie
Taquan good to see you’re lighting it up in Europe. I saw you in the Louisville Airport standing in the security line back in late July. You said you were headed to New York. You spoke to my son who couldn’t believe it was you so he was hesitant on going up to talk to you. Keep the creator in your life brother and you will will always be blessed. Too bad you won’t see this current Louisville team upset the Cat’s in Corrupt Arena on January 2nd! Take Care and Peace.
Since there is so many fields of spietaliecs that I have a choice of, I still really can’t choose one. So I am going base on my personal experiences. My original goal back in high school and maybe even before that, was to work in a Neonatal ICU! I had a brother that passed before he had his first birthday from heart complications, and that year I spent a lot of time at hospitals with my parents. My goal the first couple of years was to work with babies just like him. That was until I had my own children, I would of still loved to have worked in that career field but the heart ache I would most likely endure when one of those babies did not make it home. I could not have handled!On to more positive experiences, I have worked with the elderly and Geriatrics interests me very much. Being surrounded with people that have lived a fulfilled life is so much more rewarding. Even though at times it is the ending stages of their lives, and it is sad when someone does pass. It’s less of a heartache to know that most of the time they are ready to move on. They are still very dependent on you and when you are able to help them with their needs that’s the most rewarding of all, plus you form a special relationship with the patients and their families.
You Sir/Madam are the enemy of confusion everywhere!
Taquan – wow do I miss seeing you and Cisco in a Cardinal jersey!
My co-workers and I talk often about you and your teamates back in the Final 4 year. You mean so much to the Louisville community! I’m really glad to hear about you – always know how many great memories you gave the UofL fans and when basketball is over we hope you come back to us. God bless!
I’m living in enemy territory (Memphis), went to the Ville, and have been nothing but impressed with your balling and your heart. Thank God that he hasn’t needed a special Angel, cause you more than fit the bill. If you’re ever in Memphis, call me at (901) 870-2668. I’ll show you Beale Street, the zoo, the Grizzlies–whatever. Thanks for the amazing memories!
Kindest Regards, Michael D.–a/k/a the Credit Doctor!
THAT’S WHAT IT IS MANN…YOU WILL BE WHERE YOU SUPPOSE TO BE SOONER THEN LATER… I BELIEVE, I WITNESS YOUR SKILLS FIRST HAND
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Taquan…glad to hear that you are doing well and that you are finally getting some recognition. Keep up the killer work ethic that no doubt got you there.
I have a Louisville shrine in my manroom celebrating Louisville’s last Final Four (hopefully not for long); however, I am missing one player…the deadly, deadly sharpshooter/hound dog Taquan Dean. Is there anyway that I can get a signed 8 x 10 of you in a Louisville or your Euro League jersey (email@example.com)? That was be amazing…
Cheers and keep stroking it
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You have never been forgotten in the states. You captured our hearts years ago in Louisville and you never let go. Even though it was hard to eep up with what was going on oversees I followed you. There was never six months that went by where I did not google your name to find out that you were still going strong. Although I would love to be blessed with seeing your undeniable skill in the NBA, It is satisfying seeing that you are still growing strong, working hard, loving basketball and making your money. I wish you all the best, and will continue to follow you. God has you in his hand and he is carrying you daily. One Luv. Ikecia
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