This story originally ran in The Post on Jan. 25, 207
Jason Carter walked into the press conference and lowered his head.
Five minutes removed from the best night of his career — 20 points and seven rebounds in only his second start — Carter sat silently, frustrated with the only shot he’ll remember in Tuesday evening’s 79-76 loss to Toledo in The Convo.
With seven seconds remaining and midway through a broken play, Carter managed to slip free of his man and stood alone behind the 3-point line. His shot clanked off the back of the rim. The Bobcats never took another attempt.
“I just gotta get over it,” Carter said. “I can’t let it hang over me.”
Then Jaaron Simmons spoke up. “He’ll make the next one.” (continue reading here)