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Iati mentioned in USA Today

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Article in USA today about Mid Majors vying for the tournament had a section on freshman. Mentioned that while Albany at 3-14 will probably not make the tournament, Iati is averaging over 40 minutes per game in conference game having played 324 of 325 possible minutes.


I found the link - last paragraph


Iati in USA Today

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You probably won't see Albany's Jon Iati in the NCAA tournament, since his team is 3-14 and down to seven players because of injuries and other problems. But you can see lots of him now. The 5-9, 162-pound freshman is averaging 39.7 minutes a game (40.8 in America East play, in which he has had one overtime and logged 324 of a possible 325 minutes). - USA Today


It's amazing that Iati can play so many minutes and be as effective as he has been. I think we have to understand that first of all it's tough playing DI ball as a true freshman and even tougher at 5'9".


With the minutes he's logging it starts to become evident why he has some uncalled for turnovers and he struggles shooting some times. I think next year playing much less minutes he will be wat more productive.


Last season Jamar played 37.2 min/g and Levi played 34 min/g. Iati's currently at 39.7 min/g and 40.5 min/g in conference play. By next year Iati should be a Junior experience wise.

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