URI assistant keeps son’s memory alive

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URI assistant keeps son’s memory alive
By Dana O’Neil

Jim Carr was driving south on the New Jersey Turnpike to a recruiting stop on Thursday afternoon.

In an ideal world, the Rhode Island assistant would be back home with his wife, Natalie, and daughter, Lucia, the same evening, unwinding after another day on the college basketball hamster wheel.

Except Carr’s world hasn’t been ideal in three years, not since his son, Brayden, died at the age of 2½.

So instead of heading back to Rhode Island on Thursday evening, Carr planned to double back up the Turnpike, fetch a head coach at Newark airport, and spend the night in New Jersey.

September 18, 2014 at 02:10PM
via ESPN.com – Men’s College Basketball Blog http://ift.tt/YVDb4z

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