5’9 Kahlil Felder shows off new Oakland Univ. “Black Top” court by posterizing a defender in practice
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don’t post stuff from r workouts but this is off the charts.Is there anything K can’t do. Black top looks sweat to pic.twitter.com/KI3pfHZ3Dq
— Greg Kampe (@KampeOU) July 14, 2015
Oakland University has a new court but the most exciting player on it is still 5’9 Kahlil Felder. Felder, who his teammates say suffers from “little man syndrome,” recorded the first triple double in OU history as a freshman and is just as much of a threat to put a defender on a poster as he is to destroy their ankles (yeah I know the defender tripped in the following video but it was still an exciting play).
BLACK TOP COURT
Here’s a closer look at the new “Black Top” inspired University court which was originally supposed to have chain link nets but the NCAA said hell no to the request.