Carlton Bragg: Jack of all trades

Carlton Bragg is more than a basketball player. He says he learned to stay out of trouble by keeping busy with healthy activities like playing piano and roller skating. Scott Forman/The Lobo Lair
Isabel Gonzalez
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Carlton Bragg has skated through life, but only in the literal sense.

The 6’11” New Mexico basketball player said he has always liked staying busy to limit his chances of finding trouble. A pair of skates proved to be one of the best solutions.

“It was tough growing up,” he recounted. “I’m from Cleveland, Ohio. A lot of killings and stuff going on. I used to roller skate, which I still do. That’s what kept me out of trouble.” Continue reading “Carlton Bragg: Jack of all trades”

MBB Update: April 17 – May 8

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The University of New Mexico men’s basketball coaching staff has been working quietly. Head coach Paul Weir and the Lobos are expected to have their first media availability on Monday, May 13 during the Lobo basketball golf tournament.

Here is a quick recap of the last three weeks in case you missed anything (or want to read about it again): Continue reading “MBB Update: April 17 – May 8”

Antwan January signs with New Mexico

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Class of 2019 Antwan January announced his signing with the University of New Mexico on Wednesday night. This was a quick turnaround from his original plan, but Lobo fans are definitely not complaining about the strong new addition to the roster.

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