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Bryant Hoops: The Bulldogs have a star in Sherif Gross-Bullock

It seems every year as of recently, Bryant has unlocked a shooting star in their lineup. Two years ago, it was Peter Kiss, who helped guide Bryant to their first-ever tournament appearance. Then there was Charles Pride, who last year was named to the Jerry West Award Watch List and the Lou Henson Award Watch List, the first player in school history.

We got a glimpse of it last season, especially after he won America East's 'Newcomer of the Year', but now, it's safe to say Sherif Gross-Bullock has cemented himself as an offensive catalyst and leader for this Bryant Bulldog Program. In the America East Conference opener, the guard nailed seven 3-pointers and scored a career-high 41 points as Bryant beat UMBC 81-67. Yesterday's performance just solidified that take, and no SGB has a chance to lead Bryant back to the promised land.

SGB leads the team with 19.1 points per game on 44% shooting. He is their primary scoring option, but his style of play and influence on the court, helps this team succeed. Already this season, they boast two wins over tournament teams. He elevates the squad, which showcases four players averaging double-digits. If they cane continue this pace in the America East, they will be a problem for teams like UMass Lowell and the conference dynasty Vermont. Who knows, at this pace, SGB should at least be the front runner for player of the year.


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