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CAAHoops In Focus - Drexel's James Butler
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CAAHoops In Focus - Drexel's James Butler
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bWd7d8aXXOM is about James Butler and his athletic family. One of his grandpas won an Olympic bronze medal in Wrestling. His dad Vernon was Navy teammates with David Robinson and played in the Elite Eight. When they graduated, Robinson had the CAA career rebounds record with Butler in second, and Butler stayed second for over 30 years until Gustys and Cacok knocked him down to fourth. His mom ran track. James' sister Natalie has the Women's record for rebounds in a season with 563. She averaged 16.6, played for George Mason, and won A10 Player of the Year. James leads Division I in rebounds and is fourth in rebounds per game. It will be hard for Butler to lead in total rebounds because of players who could play many postseason games. However, of the top 20 in rebounds per game, only two are on teams in Joe Lunardi's bracket. One is Daniel Oturu of Minnesota, who Lunardi has in the First Four for an 11 seed, and the other is Nathan Knight, who Lunardi has as a 14 seed.
01-24-2020 09:19 PM
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