Boise State junior forward Matt Grooms has played five minutes in four games this season. He missed his only shot, has one rebound and two fouls. “He certainly has an energy about himself that is very uplifting on those down days. But, then, he’s good at getting in the ear of the right guy and just helping him out. Most importantly, his energy and positive attitude are the things that allow him to really help this team. And that’s what he’s bringing every day,’’ assistant coach John Rillie said.
Boise State junior forward Matt Grooms has played five minutes in four games this season. He missed his only shot, has one rebound and two fouls. “He certainly has an energy about himself that is very uplifting on those down days. But, then, he’s good at getting in the ear of the right guy and just helping him out. Most importantly, his energy and positive attitude are the things that allow him to really help this team. And that’s what he’s bringing every day,’’ assistant coach John Rillie said. Katherine Jones kjones@idahostatesman.com
Boise State junior forward Matt Grooms has played five minutes in four games this season. He missed his only shot, has one rebound and two fouls. “He certainly has an energy about himself that is very uplifting on those down days. But, then, he’s good at getting in the ear of the right guy and just helping him out. Most importantly, his energy and positive attitude are the things that allow him to really help this team. And that’s what he’s bringing every day,’’ assistant coach John Rillie said. Katherine Jones kjones@idahostatesman.com

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January 30, 2017 11:34 PM