Posted July 23, 2013 on AP on Fox
Iowa's Aaron White wasn't all that thrilled to be a reserve for Team USA at the World University Games in Russia. He won't have to worry about coming off the bench for the Hawkeyes: Iowa will likely use White as much as it can next season in hopes of ending its NCAA tournament drought. White recently returned from the international tournament, his first. He was the first Iowa player in eight years to make the World University Games team, which also included Louisville's Luke Hancock, All-American Doug McDermott of Creighton and Big Ten rival Adreian Payne of Michigan State. White averaged 6.1 points and 3.6 rebounds in eight games off the bench, shooting 55 percent from the floor with nearly a block a game. Team USA finished a disappointing ninth after dropping games to Australia and Canada, but White believes the experience was more than worth it. ''Saying that you made Team USA and that you went over there is something that you put on your resume. It bo...
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