Brown continues to ball out in the Big Sky with Weber State
It’s not a stretch to say Isiah Brown of Anchorage is currently playing the best basketball of his life.
The Weber State senior is on pace to post career-best scoring numbers in his first season in the Big Sky Conference.
He is averaging 18.2 points per game – double what he did at Grand Canyon as a junior and triple what he did as an underclassman at Northwestern.
Even better, his Chris Paul-like assist-to-turnover ratio is off the charts.
Brown has racked up 37 assists compared to 10 turnovers for a near 4-to-1 ratio. In his last six games, his ratio is 11-to-1 thanks to 22 assists and just two turnovers.
The 6-foot-2 guard dished off a career-high seven assists and scored 22 points in a 91-67 win over Southern Utah.
In the previous game he grabbed a career-high nine rebounds in a 94-79 win over Tarleton State.
Earlier this season he pumped in a career-high 29 points.
Here is how he ranks among the Big Sky Conference leaders:
3rd Points per game (18.2)
6th Assists per game (3.7)
8th FG% (.443)
6th FT% (.814)