Last week we couldn’t meet up to record the podcast together because Patrick was out of the state and our schedules couldn’t line up. Instead, we talked about AAU basketball at separate times and pieced it together.
BUT, we are both back this week as we were finally able to record together and a ton has happened since the last time.
Just to happen to be, however, that Isaiah Roby announced that he will forgo his senior season and elect to stay in the NBA Draft about two hours before we recorded so we had to scrap parts of our plans and spend a lot of time on his decision.
Do you think it was the right decision? Let us know.
Then after talking Roby’s decision we finally get to comment on the two most recent additions to Coach Fred Hoiberg’s staff.
First, we go back and forth on Derrick Walker, who is a transfer from Tennessee. Tennessee was in the running for a number #1 seed in last year’s NCAA tournament.
Second, we talk about 2019’s Mr. Ohio Basketball who committed to Nebraska on May 15th. The kid averaged 35 points per game his senior year in high school. How come it hasn’t been a bigger deal to Husker fans?
Third, we talk about the prospect of being able to buy a beer in Pinnacle Bank Arena for a Nebraska basketball game.
Finally, at the end I finish my story from Italy. Last week’s episode I left a little cliff hanger which resulted in this response from The Five Heart Podcast.
What the hell, @BangsAndDags? Who or what was chasing Cliff and Doug through the streets of Florence, Italy?— Five Hearts for BT (@5heartpodcast) May 25, 2019
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