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Date Posted: Sunday, October 24, 08:50:45pm
Author: Phoenix Rising
Subject: If I recall, TJ started slowly in the summer league also - a bit tentative in the first couple of games if I recall the reports correctly. I would not be surprised if it takes him a while to get comfortable with his teammates and the level of competition. But in his basketball career, he has been able to step up and excel at the next level of competition. I expect the same here at Duquesne.
In reply to: DUDUDE. 's message, "I dont think TJ played well or had many opportunities to make big plays, I know he's better than the performance today. I also agree with Talley being lightning quick. That one time he went coast and I was like wow now that's fast. Derrick's wingspan has to be 7'." on Saturday, October 23, 01:47:59pm

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