Found June 21, 2013 on Fox Sports North:
MINNEAPOLIS -- Should he somehow end up playing basketball in the Twin Cities again, Colton Iverson hopes hoops fans around here won't recognize him. Not because he transferred after three subpar years under Tubby Smith at the University of Minnesota and instead excelled in a delayed senior year at Colorado State, one that has him in line to hear his name called during next week's NBA Draft. No, Iverson's goals hinge upon primacy, not secrecy. "I'm not the slow slug you saw at Minnesota," Iverson said following Friday's draft workout with the Minnesota Timberwolves. "I've really just improved all around." A year off -- per NCAA transfer rules -- in 2011-12 gave Iverson time to shed some flab, add some muscle, work on his agility, and develop into the all-around center that scored 14.2 points per game and was an Associated Press honorable mention All-American last season. Smith taught him defense at Minnesota. Tim Miles focused on developin...
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