NCAA Roundup: Buddy Breaks Records, Miller's Career High and More… | 10th Year Seniors
by RENALDO DORSETT The men's NCAA basketball season tipped off this weekend and several Bahamian players throughout the United States took to the court for their respective division I universities. Leading the platoon of Bahamian players was Oklahoma guard Buddy Hield who delivered a record setting performance in the no.19 Sooners 78-53 win over Southeast Louisiana Sunday night. He scored 25 points in 28 minutes of play and added seven rebounds. Hield set a school record and tied the Big 12 record when he shot 7-7 from beyond the three point arch. Sooners Head Coach Lon Kruger said it was good to see Hield start the season on an area of improvement he targeted in the offseason. "It was great to see Buddy get it in rhythm and like he said, the guys do a good job of getting him the ball in rhythm. He got a couple in transition, got a couple off the dribble, he got a couple from Isaiah (Cousins) and Jordan (Woodard) so he got it in a lot of different ways actually. He has been shooting