Huskers get another big boost with the return of Isaac Copeland Jr
The Nebraska men’s basketball team got another big boost this week with the announcement from Isaac Copeland Jr that he will return to Nebraska for his senior season and remove his name from the NBA draft.
Excited to announce I’ll be returning to Nebraska for my senior season 🤘🏽#GBR
— isaac copeland (@Isaac_CurlJuice) May 27, 2018
The return of Copeland for his final season is big news for the Huskers as he was a key cog in the Huskers 4th place Big-Ten finish last season. Copeland was a transfer from Georgetown who averaged 12.8 points, 6.1 rebounds, and 1.2 assists per game last season.
With Isaac Copeland and James Palmer both returning for their senior seasons the Huskers return their starting 5 players from their terrific finish last season and if they can improve on last season they could be a legitimate contender in the Big-Ten next season and the NCAA tournament.
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