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BraydonRoberts5

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Iowa City (via Burlington)

MEMBER SINCE   August 30, 2017

I'm a 3L at the University of Iowa College of Law who will complete his Pre-JD educational experience in May of 2018. Before law school, I graduated from Coe College with a degree in political science and history. When my free time isn't being sucked away by law school, I enjoy following a bunch of different sports teams and writing.

Favorites

  • SPORTS MOMENT: Hitting a home run my junior year of high school
  • NFL TEAM: Chicago Bears
  • NHL TEAM: Minnesota Wild
  • NBA TEAM: Milwaukee Bucks
  • MLB TEAM: St. Louis Cardinals
  • SOCCER TEAM: NYCFC/Minnesota United

Recent Activity

Comment 09 Dec 2020

Her start is fairly unprecedented. Sabrina Ionescu was considered the best player in college basketball for 2-3 seasons before she graduated, but as a freshman she only averaged 14.6ppg, 6.6rpg, and 5.5apg. Ashley Joens is a tremendous player as a junior, but as a freshman she averaged 11.7ppg and 5.0rpg. 

Clark is averaging 28.5ppg, 5.75rpg, and 7apg. Absolutely bonkers numbers. 

Comment 03 Dec 2020

Bluder actually used the phrase player to player in a recent press conference which was the first time I'd heard it. I'd always used man to man because I've only ever played mens basketball and have never heard it called something different. 

Comment 02 Mar 2020

I didn't mention it because I still have no idea what they called. After the timeout, they said Rutgers couldn't advance the ball. That would indicate that the referees awarded the timeout when the ball was in play. But a Rutgers player never possessed the ball in play. They just threw it in off the PG. I'm pretty sure you have to actually possess the ball to call timeout when it's in play. 

My conclusion is the call was blown, but because I don't know what the call actually was, I can't say for sure.