University of Nevada Wolpack finish off strong today in the NCAA Men’s Basketball tournament.
Coach Eric Musselman sure can Coach. March Madness is upon us and the games continue to excite as always. I only caught the tail end of this game today between the University of Nevada Wolfpack and the University of Texas Longhorns, at a game played in Nashville, Tennessee. I also watched the Overtime portion and was thoroughly impressed with how Nevada finished the game.
The University of Nevada hit some Big 3’s when needed, 2 in a row by Caleb (maybe Cody??) Martin, and the place went nuts. After U of Texas player 6’11” Mohamed Bamba fouled out of the game earlier it gave Nevada the chance they needed to creep back in it and eventually win the game.
The Wolfpack website is here http://nevadawolfpack.com/index.aspx?path=mbball. It is a very good site with lots of photos and videos and stories about the team and their journey to the NCAA tournament.
I’m not writing today to give a full recap of the game but rather to share an interview I did 9 years ago with Coach Musselman for the now defunct “How to Play Pro Basketball” website that I started with a friend, Trajko Dangov, who was from Macedonia.
You can listen to the Coach Eric Musselman interview here:
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