SportsCenter counts down the top 10 moments of the 2019-20 college basketball season: (0:04) Sabrina Ionescu and the Oregon Ducks beating Team USA (0:23) Michigan State’s Cassius Winston scoring 17 points the day after his brother Zachary’s death (0:43) The Baylor Bears women’s team keeping the UConn Huskies from tying the longest home winning streak in Division-I history (1:05) The Evansville Purple Aces stunning the Kentucky Wildcats in Lexington (1:26) Kent State’s Kalin Bennett becoming the first autistic player to score in a D-I game (1:50) Stephen F. Austin shocking Duke at Cameron Indoor on a buzzer-beating layup (2:31) Indiana Hoosiers ex-coach Bob Knight returning to Assembly Hall (2:51) Vermont’s Josh Speidel scoring his first career points on Senior Night, five years after he was in a near-fatal car accident (3:37) The epic buzzer-beater-filled Duke vs. North Carolina game (4:12) Ionescu becoming the first 2,000/1,000/1,000 player on the same day she spoke at the memorial service for Kobe Bryant and Gianna Bryant
I was born and raised in Columbus, Ohio, and have loved basketball for as long as I can remember. Unfortunately, I have always been too short and Jewish to play at a high level, so I instead settled for watching and reporting from the sideline. I graduated with a journalism degree from the University of Maryland in 2017, co-founding The Left Bench and spending time at The Columbus Dispatch, USA Today and San Antonio Express-News.
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