Actually, Tanveer was much more mobile last season than anytime prior. I think he would have blossomed in a system like Menzies ran two years ago. Weir pushed Tanveer to get quicker and stronger. It is just unfortunate it didn't equate to more court time due to Weir's system. In a half-court "deliberate" offense I think Tanveer could be an offensive force. He will always be a liability on defense but there are ways to give him weakside help.
Go Sim and Tanveer. I hope you get to play together someday soon. Menzies blew this big-time in my book by not playing both giants together when he had both on the roster and healthy. The publicity and fan interest in the Twin Tower Giants would have been off the chart. Instead Menzies decided to redshirt Tanveer and save him for another day. That day never came, and now he is gone. And it is my take that Sim would have also stayed one more year and possibly two at NMSU if he was getting playing time / publicity / recognition / NCAA Big Dance games while playing with his little brother. They were a tight knit family from all accounts. I still remember that life size cutout of Sim in Vegas at the WAC Tourney that one year. It was tremendous.
A classic opportunity cost, lost forever as they used to say in business class. Sim and Tanveer together was a marketing dream. Twin Towers. Brothers. Giants. Fan Favorites. Crowds rush to both in airports and malls. On and on. You won't see this opportunity again in college ball for another 35 years.
What a ridiculous post. I don't even no where to begin launching my attack. All I will say is this. Sour grapes, man, sorry effing grapes. That post by you was the worst non-feedlot post I have ever seen on this sight. Wow!!