Found March 21, 2014 on FatManWriting:
One of the great things about the Tournament is that fans get a chance to see guys play that they normally would never see--guys like New Mexico State's Sim Bhullar. The sophomore hails from Ontario, weighs in at an awesome 355 pounds, and stands 7'5" tall.The dude is so freaking tall he barely had to jump in order to block this shot!  @cjzero/TwitterYou can see him in action again here:Can you imagine him as a tight end throwing blocks and catching passes? Loading...
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