I am big on sportsmanship. You may not believe that after reading this post, but it’s true.
The Wisconsin Badgers is arguably the toughest college basketball teams in the tournament.
When comparing a basketball player with another, usually those comparisons fall in line with race.
As a basketball fanatic, I’ve never been crazy about March Madness as some of my fellow basketball loving friends do.
If Jabari Parker isn’t drafted #1, then you’ve either been sold on “potential” or don’t recognize the skills it takes to be successful on the next level. Jabari Parker is about as sure a thing as it gets. If Parker declares for the 2014 NBA Draft, he should be taken #1 bar none.
Toward the end of the game against Ohio State yesterday, Nik Stauskas could be seen telling one of the Michigan coaches “get me the ball” during a timeout. Hey, if that’s what the Big Ten Player of the Year and only unanimous selection to the All-Big Ten Team wants, let’s see what happens.
Are they still talking about how great and tough Aaron Craft is? What about all the less than great things he did in the last 3 minutes against Michigan – why can’t we talk about that?
Here’s a action shot of Michigan’s big three of Caris LeVert, Glenn Robinson III and Nik Stauskas.
Today, I watched The Aaron Craft Show (season 4, ep. 25) also known as any Ohio State basketball game on national TV. Every time Ohio State ends up on ABC or ESPN, the announcers fall over each other for the chance to honor him verbally.
Michigan is now 5-0 in Big Ten thanks to Nik Stauskas’ big three pointer against #3 Wisconsin yesterday. The step back three came with Michigan clinging to a 68-67 lead with under a minute to play. To me, it wasn’t the three that should be noted, it was his cool demeanor