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  1. Glad to see you partnered with Jordan. He partnered with us at Name On The Court at the time we were selling our Assembly Hall prints. Great guy, great family and great charity in Never Lose Hoop. Like reading his blogs.

    1. Thanks Scott! Loved your effort with Name On The Court. And there is no better family around than the Hulls. Jordan has been great, and his blogs have been well-written, insightful, and entertaining. He’s doing a great job and having a fun time doing it. He truly loves Hoosier Nation and Bloomington and it means a lot to him to connect with you guys in this way.

  2. Great website. I enjoy it very much. Jordan was always one of my favorite players, so I’m happy to see him involved and to hear his thoughts in Hoops with Hulls.

    Question for Jordan:
    Since he’ll be preparing a son for the “2035 recruiting class,” I’m wondering what his memories are on how he was introduced to basketball as a child, and how he developed into the player he did. How did his parents handle him, and would he do things the same or differently with his own child. Also, how did he develop that “side shot” of his.

    P.S. As a long time IU fan I am curious about many of the old IU players from the 80s, 90s, and 2000s. It would be cool if you had some sort of regular feature on former players, or regular interviews with them on your podcast (similar to the Kellen Dunham interview). It’s always fun to hear what they’re doing now, and stories about their playing days.

    1. Thanks for the comment Brian! I’ll send your question along to Jordan! And that’s a good idea, we will try to connect with as many former players as possible. Obviously Jordan is close with Victor, Cody, Watford, Sheehey and others, so we should be able to do some sort of a podcast or story with those guys when Jordan gets back to the States after the season.

      But you have a good idea. I really enjoyed doing the Kellen Dunham podcast, hope you enjoyed listening. Kellen is a great kid and a long-time friend. Even though he wasn’t an IU guy, I thought IU fans might enjoy it because of the type of kid he is and the fact that he played his high school ball here, and IU fans are typically passionate about local high school basketball as well.

      I’ll have Jordan answer your question!

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