Creighton's Ethan Wragge's foul on Kendall Marshall in the 2012 NCAA Tournament resulted in the Tar Heels' point guard breaking his wrist. Duke's Quinn Cook hadn't made the connection between that play and the Blue Devils' third-round opponent. Credit: ROBERT WILLITT
PHILADELPHIA—At least one person hadn't made the connection between Creighton's Ethan Wragge and the 2012 Kendall Marshall wrist injury.
"Oh that was them?" Quinn Cook said, with his eyes growing wide, as he was asked about the Bluejays' less-than-favorable reputation after that NCAA Tournament loss to North Carolina. Duke faces Creighton this year for the right to advance to the Sweet 16.
“Oh man," Cook said. "I’m going to text Kendall and ask him what they did so I can protect myself."
At this point, Cook started asking the questions to the media.