Sincere Carry is Back at Kent State After Competing in Pro Tryouts – Record-Courier | Hot Mobile Press

Kent State junior guard Sincere Carry hammers his chest in celebration after hitting a 3-pointer during last season's game against Ball State at the MAC Center.  Carry compiled a school record 10 3-pointers and a career-high 42 points in that competition.

After tipping his toe in the professional waters this summer, Sincere Carry is back with the Kent State men’s basketball program and more motivated than ever to lead the team to a Mid-American Conference title.

Carry was named Mid-American Conference Player of the Year when he led the Golden Flashes to 23 wins as a junior last season, then qualified for the 2022 NBA Draft but didn’t hire an agent. He went through the pre-draft training process, then withdrew his name from draft review on 1 June and announced he would be returning to the State of Kent for his senior year.

Reigning MAC Player of the Year Carry returns to Kent State for the senior season

“First, I went to Houston for a month and trained with (renowned NBA coach) Aaron Miller,” Carry said after a team practice session last week. The Flashes will embark on a 10-day trip to Australia on Wednesday that will include three exhibition games. “[Miller]coached me and I’ve been with a lot of pros so it’s been great to see how hard they work every day and to be in that mix. Then I got two workouts, with the Detroit Pistons and the (Cleveland) Cavaliers, and I felt like I was getting better.”

Leave a Comment