The return of summer basketball to the Twin Cities on Monday featured the debut of Isaiah Washington, the four-star New York City point guard who has created as much buzz as any of the recruits brought to Minnesota by coach Richard Pitino.
His debut didn't disappoint, as the Star Tribune's Marcus Fuller wrote in this story.
Jelly showing the handles. pic.twitter.com/I73LW5V3h5— Twin Cities Pro Am (@TwinCitiesProAm) June 19, 2017
As long as you remember that summer league defense doesn't have a lot in common with Big Ten defense, you're not out of line to get excited. For more on the Twin Cities Pro Am summer league, click here.