VIDEO: Answering Your Indiana Basketball Questions, Starting With Rob Phinisee's Point Guard Load

Sports Illustrated Indiana expert Tom Brew is taking your questions about IU basketball, and the first one in our daily series is about sophomore point guard Rob Phinisee.

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — Indiana's basketball season is just a few weeks away now, with an Oct. 29 exhibition game against Gannon University just 14 days out.

With the season upon us, it's time for Sports Illustrated Indiana's Tom Brew to start taking your questions on the Hoosiers. We'll do it every day at 10 a.m., so feel free to send us your comments.

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Our first question for Asked & Answered

The first question of the series comes from John, who's an IU grad out in Lincoln, Neb. John wants to know about sophomore point guard Rob Phinisee and how many minutes he's going to have to log at the point.

Check out the video for the answer and feel free to join the party yourself by asking a question. We're looking forward to having some fun with this all season long.

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