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A man named (well, a fan named) Mike Lee just pulled off a one-man miracle.
See, Mike Lee saw a pattern on Wichita State’s defense. He saw a tendency for the Shockers to leave one of their centers, Kennedy Meeks, on the perimeter to guard opposing smaller players. It didn’t matter whether they were shooting a shot or posting up; they always left Meeks in the corner to guard players with smaller bodies.
So, when the Shockers were isolating Meeks on Wesley Gordon, Mike Lee sat down in the corner and recorded Meeks’s every move.
Then, after the game, Mike Lee sent the tape of Meeks to Kenny Wheaton, a sportswriter at the Wichita Eagle. And that was that.
Meeks got his trip to the Final Four.
Obviously, it was a fluke play that allowed a former college basketball coach to be a hero. And that wasn’t bad for a guy who had a main job interview canceled earlier in the day because of the NCAA Tournament.
When Mike Lee heard about Wichita State coach Gregg Marshall’s timing problems, it put the two-time national champion into a dilemma. Should he hustle to give the TCU fan a job? Or would it be more productive to let history play out?
“I made a conscious decision that I didn’t want to ruin his chances of getting a job,” said Mike Lee, who is currently a legal assistant at Lathrop & Clark in Fort Worth. “He put some pressure on me to make a decision.”
Marshall used to coach Meeks at Texas A&M, and he probably saw some of the same things on the Wichita State team that he had seen at Texas A&M. So he decided to call the company and tell them he was interested.
“I was disappointed that I didn’t