Men's Basketball Vs Wisconsin 2006-07
Men's Basketball Vs Michigan 2006-07
Men's Basketball Vs Iowa 2006-07
Men's Basketball Vs Purdue 2006-07
Men's Basketball Vs Michigan State 2006-07
JUNIOR YEAR (2005-06)
Played in 29 contests, starting on 14 occasions during the season averaged 5.7 points, 2.3 rebounds and 2.5 assists per contest during the season started in each of IU's last 12 contests, averaging 8.7 points, 3.3 rebounds and 3.1 assists during the stretch compiled 40 assists and only 20 turnovers through last 13 games of season for an assist to turnover ratio of 2:1 closed season with best career game, coming one rebound shy of the school's second-ever triple-double in the program's history with 13 points, a career-high 10 assists (with no turnovers) and nine rebounds in the NCAA second-round game vs. Gonzaga (3/18) had another great performance in opening round of NCAA Tournament against San Diego State (3/16) with career-highs of 18 points on 8-of-9 shooting and six steals in 23 minutes of action turned in an impressive floor game against Ohio State (3/11) in the Big Ten Tournament semifinal with seven points, eight rebounds and six assists, while only collecting one turnover in 35 minutes scored a then-career-high 11 points against Purdue (3/1) hit a career-high three three-pointers against Penn State (2/22) key factor behind IU's comeback attempt against Connecticut (2/4) with eight points, five rebounds, three assists and two steals in the final 11 minutes of the contest had nine points, three rebounds and four assists at Indiana State (12/6) made his first career start at Indiana at Michigan State (1/11) and had eight points, a team-high five assists compared to only one turnover and two steals in 34 minutes of action.
The Atlanta, Ga., native is a product of Atlanta Westlake High School, the same high school that produced former Indiana guard A.J. Moye after senior year in 2002, he was named as a member of the Street & Smith's All-American team, as well as first-team all state and the South Metro Player of the Year set single-season school record with 632 assists during his senior year averaged 19.5 points and almost nine assists per game as a senior led Westlake to a 31-1 record and the 2002 4A State Championship concluded his high school career with over 1,300 points.
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