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Todd Jadlow

Todd Jadlow
Personal information
Nationality American
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Career information
College Indiana (1985–1989)
NBA draft 1989 / Undrafted
Pro career 1989–2002
Position Center / Forward

Todd Jadlow is an American former professional basketball player. He played the center and forward positions. Standing at 6'9", he played collegiately for the Indiana University (Bloomington) Hoosiers from 1985 to 1989 and was a member of Knight's junior college recruits and one of Knight's all-time favorite players.[1]

Out of college, Jadlow would be drafted into the CBA but spent most of his career playing basketball in Argentina and Europe.

Of all of Knight's former players, Jadlow might have taken the Coach's dismissal from IU his hardest. "I don't know what I'm going to do with all my Indiana stuff," Jadlow said after Knight's firing. "I'm sure not going to be wearing anything Indiana. For the first time in my life I'm ashamed to say that I'm a graduate of Indiana." He went on to say: "I, personally, don't believe the two-faced (IU) administration… It's just sad the way things transpired. This is a guy (Knight) who should have a monument of him erected."

Profile

Season Rankings
Game Minutes Field Goals Field Goal Attempts Three Pointers Free Throws Free Throw Attempts Rebounds Fouls Assists TO Blocks Points
TJ 1984–1985 27 132 271 126 164 181 80 51 53 10 30 390
TJ 1985–1986 22 23 45 12 23 32 39 6 19 5 7 58
TJ 1986–1987 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
TJ 1987–1988 28 49 93 0 0 56 69 89 67 6 24 154
TJ 1988–1989 34 113 229 0 0 133 184 172 96 12 58 359

Other

Jadlow was portrayed by Mike Weekes in the 2002 Television video A Season on the Brink. The movie was about "A Year with Bob Knight and the Indiana Hoosiers" is based on the best-selling book by John Feinstein. The movie chronicles Indiana's 1985-86 season, when Knight granted Feinstein unprecedented access to the team and its practices, meetings, and huddles." It was the first ESPN film. The movie would achieve fair reviews. For instance, On the IMDB most found the film as: A Final Four performance, if not better". Also on the site does it received a 4.9/10 average of ratings. It was directed by Robert Mandel.

Todd Jadlow went on to return to his roots in Salina, Kansas. There he worked as the local 'celebrity' at a bank and on the end of the bench of the USBL Kansas Cagez.

References

  1. ^ "Todd Jadlow Bio". Retrieved 2006-08-16. 

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