Cezar Guerrero was a legend in Stillwater for about a week. In the third game of his career (vs Texas San Antonio in the preseason NIT) he not only scored 29 points on 8-17 threes, but with his team trailing 77-71 with 0:12 seconds left Guerrero took it to the hole, scored and got fouled. He calmly knocked down the free throw, stole the ball back, and buried a three. Game tied. In the OT he scored 8 points and added an assist.
In the next game he scored 9 points, and his minutes started declining. Over the next 27 games he scored in double digits once. He failed to score a point 10 times.
But then in March his game came alive again. He earned over 30 minutes of playing time in each of the Cowboys final three games, and he played well, averaging 13.3 points and 3 assists.
The LA native was expected to be a big part of this season, until - on the first day of classes - he dropped out of school and announced that he was transferring closer to home t...