- Nov 11, 2008
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Heck of a night, big win on the court, big win in recruiting for 2024......been a while since we have had a night like this with Gopher Basketball.
Nice to have something to be positive about for a change around here.
We don't always have to assume everything in all situations is going to come down to money. Maybe a local kid really wants to stay home and play for the Gophers....it does happen.Hopefully he doesn't develop. Because then the dollar offers will come.
Don’t forget Noah the freshman, who is also starting.I hope we eventually get his 8th grade cousin too. Last year as a 7th grader he was fantastic I think he is hurt this year
Asuma on his commitment to Minnesota“What made me choose Minnesota was the coaching staff and my relationship with them, knowing they’ll make me a better person and basketball player,” Asuma said to On3. “I think they have a great vision for the future of the program. I also chose them because my family would be able to make it to a lot of games and support me.”
What type of player is Minnesota getting in Isaac Asuma, in his own words?
“I am a steady guard who can do a little bit of everything. My biggest strength is my playmaking ability. I can shoot the three, handle the ball and set my teammates up.”
Never use that abbreviation for Asuma againIA sounds like the type of kid that will really be fun to get behind. If his success follows from Cherry to the U, he could be a leader that help change the direction of Gopher men’s basketball.