Ohio Swing judge returns to Buckeyes for final season

Ohio State’s men’s basketball program received some big news Thursday night. The Buckeyes will be back justice swing in 2022-23 after the striker missed almost the entirety of last season due to an abdominal injury. announced his decision on social media.

Moving on from California, next year it will now be four to swing with Scarlett and Gray, although he only played in two of those seasons. Last year, due to injury, Swing only played the first two matches Chris Holtmanteam, averaging six points and 3.5 rebounds in those two competitions.

Swing returned to training partly during the year, but was not able to amass enough consistent days to return to court in Ohio. Without the striker, the Buckeyes would advance 20-12, reaching the second round of the NCAA Tournament, but they missed out on Sueing’s ability to score and continually recover basketball.

After moving from California and sitting out for a year, Sueing was an important part of the Ohio State team two seasons ago, averaging 10.7 points and 5.5 rebounds in 28.3 minutes per game in 31 competitions. When the Buckeyes in the guard position was exhausted by injuries, Sueing took over as a point forward and successfully managed Scarlet and Gray’s attack late in the year.

The injury suffered by Swing last season initially occurred towards the end of 2020-21. While he continued to play through the Ohio State race to the Big Ten Tournament, Sueing was often seen with a heating pad on his leg on the sideline during breaks or timeouts. Despite dealing with injury, Swing averaged 13.25 points and 6.5 rebounds in 35.75 minutes per game at the Big Ten as Ohio State came within overtime to claim the title.

Last season, Sueing was expected to be one of the Buckeyes’ starters. After announcing Swing’s absence, Holtmann said that father Justin ArensA student in his second year of study Eugene Brown and demanded Regal Branham they were Players most likely to step into larger roles during Swing’s absence. Branham embraced the biggest role, being named a Top Ten Freshman of the Year, and likely a first-round pick in this summer’s NBA Draft.

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Swing was inconsistent in their first two games to start last season. In the opening game against Akron, the striker finished 1 of 7 off the field with two points, three rebounds and a turn in a one-point win. He did better against Niagara in Game Two, hitting four of his six shots and hitting four rebounds.

Assuming he’s in good health, Swing’s return gives the Buckeyes a group and consistent goalscorer, something the team will miss after the departure of the Buckeyes. EJ Lidl It is likely Branham. Sueing will also provide veteran leadership, which will be in demand with a number of young players having to take on big roles at Scarlet and Gray in 2022-23.

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