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Greg Monroe, A Genuinely Good Kid

When the scouts are busy detracting his athleticism and the analysts are busy debating between each other about how he needs to be more selfish, other reporters are focusing on Monroe's upbringing in New Orleans, how his family dealt with Hurricane Katrina and how his success on the court has been a boon for his home town and local community.

There have now been two articles, the New York Times and the USA Today about his life story and his ability to influence the recovery efforts in his community.

He may not be selfish enough on the court for some of the geniuses at ESPN (I still wonder if some of these guys even watch the games), but his unselfishness off the court is a very admirable quality. 

I love that (arguably) our best player is a genuinely good kid.

Stay Casual, my friends.

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