When you think of Luke Ridnour, what associations are made in your mind? White? Unathletic? Veteran leadership? Pure shooter? Goofy face? Those would all be correct associations to make, but when I think about Luke Ridnour, there is one thing that immediately springs to mind:
This northwestern US state, home to 1.5 million people, is known for its vibrant agricultural tradition and beautiful scenery. In polls of the American populace, it routinely is voted the state “most likely to lead the nation in potato production”, as well as the state “most likely to house the second-largest amount of Mormons”. Idaho is home to such popular attractions as the World Center for Birds of Prey and the Idaho Historical Museum. In addition to being the birthplace of NBA superstar Luke Ridnour, 1950’s MLB sensation Johnny James, and world-class orator Sarah Palin, Idaho is also the deathplace of pulp fiction author Ernest Hemingway.
Another interesting fact is that Luke Ridnour is one of the 1,611,894 Idahoans who are unable to dunk.
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