Point guard Jordan Bone is an exceptional player for the Vols basketball team. After a fantastic season, here are his top five best games.
No, he wasn’t the SEC Player of the Year. And, no he wasn’t in the top three in scoring for the Tennessee basketball team. However, Jordan Bone was a critical piece to the success of the Vols last season.
The former three-star product out of Nashville has his best season as a Vol by scoring 7.3 points per game and dishing out 3.5 assists.
Just like the other players on the team, there were games where Bone looked unstoppable. Yet, other times where he couldn’t get anything to fall. But, the talent is there, and if he can continue to get better with another offseason, he could be one of the best guards in the SEC.
He’s lightning quick with the basketball, and once he gets a step on his defender, he is at the rack in a second. It looks somewhat effortless, but Bone doesn’t take advantage of it all the time. Now, we aren’t suggesting for him to become a ball hog. He was teammates and is the point guard.
But, we feel like he is good enough to get to the rim anytime he wants. So, he should do it until the defense makes it a point of emphasis to stop him.
*Spoiler alert: If basketball in the SEC was still divided into East and West like football currently is, you could say Jordan Bone hates teams from the West. Or, at least, those are the teams we felt like he played his best against.