Evan Gordon To Check Out Indiana Hoosiers And Butler Bulldogs
Indiana fans may recognize the last name, Gordon. Well, Evan is the brother of Erik Gordon who played for the Hoosiers not too long ago. Although Evan can’t really go wrong with Butler or Indiana, it would be pretty cool to see him in a Hoosiers uniform, since his brother did play for the school. However, that is clearly up to Gordon.
Gordon has been around the block so to speak, since he played for Liberty before going to Arizona State. However, in his most recent season with the Sun Devils, Gordon averaged 10.1 points per game, 2.9 rebounds per game and 2.2 assists per game. He shot 39.1 percent from the field and 34.7 percent from behind the arc.
Indiana and Butler have both been in the spotlight as of recent, so it will be interesting to see which team Gordon picks. After being a proven starter for the Sun Devils, though, having an instant impact for either school should not be an issue for Gordon, which should feel pretty good, since Indiana and Butler have been national title contenders as of recent.
Gordon would be a great addition to any team, even to the likes of Butler and Indiana. Both teams will be losing some talent for the 2013-14 college basketball season, so we will just have to wait and see which school Gordon picks.
After already playing for two other schools, his third choice will be his last stop for obvious reasons–he will have already played four years in college hoops.
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