AIR FORCE ACADEMY, Colo. — Isaiah Stevens hounded and harassed the ball-handler, not letting him get up court.
As the Air Force player approached halfcourt he was completely cut off by Stevens.
Whistle. A 10-second violation.
“Come on!” Stevens shouted as he clapped his hands, celebrating the turnover as if it was a big 3-pointer made.
And all that happened with Stevens and the Colorado State men’s basketball team in total control late in a win Tuesday at Air Force.
It’s a symbol of how locked in Stevens was for this one and how badly he wanted a win, which the Rams nabbed with a 69-53 victory.
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