Sharaud Curry Nominated for the Bob Cousy Award

Posted: November 12, 2009 in Miscellaneous, Player Updates
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Sharaud Curry has been nominated for the Bob Cousy Collegiate Point Guard of the Year Award.  Curry is joined by 20 other nominees from around the nation.  Among the names, and leading contendersn17605760_31052760_5244 are Sherron Collins of Kansas, Kalin Lucas of Michigan State, John Wall of Kentucky, and Scottie Reynolds of Villanova.  Nominations came from coaches throughout the country on the D-1, D-2, and D-3 levels.  The field of 20 will be cut to 10 and than thinned to 5  by a selection committee before the award is finally given out at the end of the season.  To win the award would put the recipiant in the company of Ty Lawson, Jameer Nelson, and other great point guards.

imagesCongratulations to Sharaud on his nomination.  Just to be nominated is quite an honor.  We don’t have to hype up Sharaud for PC fans, but outside of PC and the BIG EAT Sharaud is one of the best point guards in a major conference that people have never heard of, so it is really great to see that he is getting the recognition he deserves.  It may be a long shot for him to win it all, but just to be on the list is an accomplishment, and wouldn’t be a huge surprise to see his name make it to the list of 10.  Bob Cousy award or not Sharaud is a great player and will hopefully have a monster season this year.  That said we still want to congratulate him on the honor and wish him luck in making it to the next cut… because if he does, than he is playing well… and Sharaud’s play, to a large extend, will be indicative of how PC is playing.


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