Posted August 05, 2013 on iowa.scout.com
PLAYERS: Melsahn Basabe
TEAMS: Iowa Hawkeyes
Melsahn Basabe left the comforts of Iowa City this summer to get a taste of the real life in his native New York City. The Hawkeye senior feels refreshed and ready for his final go-around in college basketball with a clear mind and focus.
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