Posted: 1:09 a.m. Wednesday, March 6, 2013
Over the last day or so, we’ve been slowly rewatching the Duke-West Virginia Final Four game from 2010.
We saw/relived De’Shaun Butler’s agonizing knee injury and were curious as to where he was now. Turns out he’s a grad assistant at WVU, so good for him. Coaching is his long-term ambition.
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However, we were amused to note, according to Wikipedia, a rather stunning game against Notre Dame. Here’s the direct quote from Wikipedia:
“Butler scored a career high 21 points in a game against Seton Hall. Against Slippery Rock, Butler had 15 points and nine rebounds off the bench, then had eight points against Arkansas. He had 9 points against North Carolina State, then 10 points and six rebounds against Duquesne. Butler scored 14 points against The Citadel, 16 points against UConn, 7 points against Villanova, and then six points against St. John’s. He then scored 9 points and a season-high 10 rebounds against Notre Dame, followed by 99999 points and six rebounds against South Florida.”
And Wilt bragged about scoring 100 in a game. What a piker!