The 6-foot-6 junior from Northridge, Calif., entered averaging 17.6 points and 6.3 rebounds. This was just the second game all year that he failed to score in double-figures and it happened in the NCAA Tournament.
MIYE ONI SLAM TO CUT IT TO 6!! pic.twitter.com/WtObvtOOw2— Basketball Society (@BBallSociety_) March 21, 2019
The Ivy League hasn’t had a player drafted since Jerome Allen out of Penn in 1995, so Oni could well be the first Ivy League player drafted since then — either in 2019 or 2020. “Right now I’m just focusing on working on my game and improving so this doesn’t happen again,” he said. Photo: Rivals Follow Adam Zagoria on Twitter And Like ZAGS on Facebook
Miye Oni has struggled today, but he possesses many traits of a two-way NBA wing. On display here is his explosive first step, direct-line drive and finishing ability. #Yale #LSU #MarchMadness pic.twitter.com/Vubh0c7j9F— Jordan Schultz (@Schultz_Report) March 21, 2019