Jake Lindsey introduced on Baylorbears.Com that his basketball playing profession is over. Lindsey wrote a transferring story on his gambling career. One specifically good section:
If at any factor in reading this story you felt sorry for me, I hope you don’t anymore. I recognize I don’t. This season has been a blast. If you had advised me when I turned into a bit youngster that I could get to be on the Baylor basketball group for four years, and for 3 of those years I might be an extremely-critical a part of what the group did at the court docket, I might’ve taken that in a heartbeat. If you had instructed me that I would meet the love of my lifestyles in the course of that entire manner, I could’ve stated it’s too appropriate to be actual. I thank God for what He has accomplished in my life thru Baylor University. I told you at the start I become going to talk approximately God right here. Even now I hesitate to write down this part. You see, it’s frequently warfare for me to try to reconcile who I am in opposition (and who I am on my worst days) with who I am called to be as a Christian. Many days, the two don’t add up. Discussing faith and sports activities can experience awkward to a few, and downright disingenuous to others. As a protracted-time skeptic, I apprehend it.
Lindsey becomes a key rotation piece at some point of his first three seasons at Baylor. He performed on the first Baylor basketball crew to reach No. 1. And his double-digit overall performance in opposition to USC in the 2017 NCAA Tournament propelled the Bears to 2017 Sweet 16.
We broke the tale earlier this yr that Lindsey might omit this season. He was hoping to go back. However, as he makes clear, that wasn’t an alternative.
Lindsey and his again-courtroom teammate King McClure have been the high-quality of Baylor of their four years at the college. They’ll see each revel in one last home sport on Wednesday.