Obviously not just a shooter reference included in the write-up:
These matchup nightmares aren’t necessarily an elite scorer, a potential NBA lottery pick or someone who fills up the stat sheet each night. They’re simply the toughest players in college basketball to get ready for. Certain stars are obvious: Kansas’ Joel Embiid, Kentucky’s Julius Randle and Duke’s Jabari Parker come to mind.
But who are some under-the-radar matchup nightmares? Which lesser-known players affect a coach’s preparation more than almost any others? Let’s take a look at the top 10.
Tie game in the final minute at Columbus!
Later, Wisconsin and Northwestern.
I'm not sure how to embed, but here is a video with mostly the same clips from the front page video of Stauskas. I've just removed the play-by-play and added an appropriate song ("You Can't Stop Me" -Andy Mineo). If mods deem this unworthy because of the front page post that's fine, I just figured some here would like it and it takes 20 seconds to post. Go Blue!
It's about time we have some new Michigan basketball wallpapers. Last year, I made a couple intricate ones of a "throwback" roster photo an Atlanta-themed one come tourney time. Recently, I wanted to make something bold and simple, but that would also tie into this year's team.
Behold WE WORK. I've made one for desktops (widescreen and fullscreen), plus an iPad version that is built to rotate with your device and another for the iPhone. You can download all of them HERE.
As always, if you have any ideas for other wallpapers, post in the comments and I'll make others throughout the rest of the season.
Simply stated. Sparty takes their injured and needing-sympathy team to Iowa City for a classic Big Ten showdown. Right now, ESPN.
There are other games but this is the best one of the night. Go Hawks.