Every now and then in the quiet recess of the college basketball offseason, when visions of collegiate hardwood prowess begin to fade from our minds, a player reminds us (by way of social media) of his physical superiority.
Most recently, Junior Saintel, a 6’7 junior for the Stony Brook Seawolves, politely showed everyone that he is an otherworldly superhuman by bringing his SHOULDER to the rim in an empty Pritchard Gymnasium.
I don’t know why anybody would even need to jump this high in the game of basketball.
I don’t know why we even need to play next season. I don’t care who wins more games. Stony Brook should just be awarded the America East championship.