The Washington Times - February 14, 2008, 10:54AM

\ Go on the road with Maryland‘s basketball program and there’s one sentiment that crops up time and again.\ \ \ Opposing fans don’t like Greivis Vasquez.\ \ \ That’s OK. The Venezuelan has all sorts of crazy antics that are part of the way he goes about the game, and fans certainly have reason to come prepared with comments and boos to greet him. One of last night’s czars of the dry erase board at Cameron Indoor Stadium scribbled “Vasquez + Chavez = Valentines,” a nice nod to the leader of the Maryland guard’s home country.\ \ \ But I was intrigued when I opened the Raleigh News & Observer in the airport this morning and read this sidebar suggesting Vasquez ticked off more than just Duke‘s fans.\ \ \ Take this comment from Duke guard DeMarcus Nelson:\ \ \


“If you could read my mind, I might be in trouble. He might have gotten his points tonight, but his teammates didn’t, and we got the win. … It’s more about himself than his team. That’s something, I guess, they allow in their locker room.”
ACC Patrick Stevens