We are two players away from ending our recap stories from the 2017-18 basketball season. This week we dive into Jordan Bowden’s best five games.
Jordan Bowden had an up and down kind of a season for the Tennessee basketball program last season. At times, Bowden was unstoppable as a sharpshooter from deep. There were a couple of games where he shot 100 percent from behind the arc.
Other games, it was the complete opposite, and nothing would fall. But, that is how sports work, sometimes you got it, and sometimes you don’t.
Bowden finished the season averaging 9.1 points with dishing out 1.9 assists and grabbing 3.6 rebounds per contest. He almost averaged in double figures by shooting a 39.5 percent from the three-point line and 39.4 percent from the field.
The only part that didn’t improve in Bowden’s game from a season ago was his free-throw shooting. His freshman season he averaged 84.1 percent. He followed that up in his second year by shooting 73.7 percent from the line.
I know we keep saying this in all the post about the basketball team, but Bowden is an essential part to the success of the program. Everyone plays a role, and everyone has their time to shine.
In this post, we are going to take a look at Jordan Bowden’s best five games from the past season. Unlike most of the other players, Bowden did his damage to teams in Thompson-Boling Arena. Let’s dive into the first team on the list which is a conference foe, the Texas A&M Aggies.