If you aren’t familiar with the name Garrick Sherman, here’s a quick backstory. Sherman played college basketball at Michigan State for his first two years of eligibility for the 2009-10 and 2010-11 seasons. He struggled to see quality minutes in the rotation during his time in East Lansing, as he started in only 29 of his 70 games played in two seasons. As a result, he announced he would transfer from Michigan State to Notre Dame to finish his final two years of eligibility. There, he flourished during his final year, earning the role of team captain, and started all 31 games for the Irish while averaging a career-best 13.5 points per game.
He now plays overseas for Dinamo Tbilisi in the country of Georgia. On Wednesday night, he went on an admittedly alcohol-fueled rant bashing all things NCAA, including a drug test he took for a teammate.
Durrell is a reference to guard Durrell Summers, Sherman’s teammate at MSU.