We hope Olden Polynice was joking, but he sounded serious.
Basketball, as Doug McDermott is quickly learning, is a lot different in the NBA than in the Big East.
The 2014 NBA Draft class, while perhaps not as ready to make a major immediate impact as once believed, still appears to a banner crop of potential stars and long-term contributors in the league.
We promise not to follow Carlos Boozer's year in Los Angeles all season long, but it appears the former Bulls veteran has been penciled in as the Lakers' starting power forward.
Being a college basketball player has its perks, one of which being all the free gear that piles up over the course of four years.