Brad Davison Chronicles: Part XV

Look for the Brad Davison Chronicles trickling out every day until we get all caught up. Just know I am going to be watching closely the grittiest, guttiest, deceptive speediest, Wes Welker-type, high-motored man in America and scour the internet for people who have done him dirty. You’ve been warned. Tweet with caution.

Wisconsin lost to Illinois at home. I don’t like that, but it’s not Brad Davison’s fault because without him the Badgers would’ve lost by 8. He finished with 7 points, absolutely DRILLING 4 of 5 free throws with three rebounds and ZERO turnovers. A heroic performance in a losing effort.

People can criticize Brad Davison for getting crossed up on the dagger 3-pointer by Ayo Dosunmu, but that’s a play Kawhi Leonard, LeBron James, Michael Jordan, Jesus Christ and the best of basketball defenders ain’t stopping.

Twitter really brought their A game with college basketball finally starting to get a some attention. A little tip to people just starting to tune in to the sport: tweet how much you hate the only college basketball player everybody knows the name of. Retweets. Likes. You’re a damn comedian on the uneducated college hoops Twitter streets.

Thanks to all who have participated. Brad Davison Chronicles: Part XV.

Not a healthy mindset heading into game time.

Name 5 dirty plays in Brad Davison’s career. You cannot.

According to page 135, section B, article 5, paragraph 4 of the NCAA handbook: A player may take a charge if he is injured, however it is impermissible to take a charge if it is determined by people who don’t know him that he is a douche.

I took the under because it’s never gone over four. Also, it is illegal in college basketball for the person performing the charge, not the person who takes the charge.

You get kicked out with five fouls, and Brad Davison typically has less than five fouls.

I’ll stick with Christianity.

Twitter needs to start suspending people who suggest assaulting a person they can’t spell the name of.

Irresponsible reporting.

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