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Date Posted: Saturday, December 18, 10:44:31pm
Author: xlopjoe
Subject: ......and so, the Jekyll/Hyde, roller coaster ride continues. This team confounds me. If they ever develop some game to game consistency, we would be talking a spot in the NCAA Tourney. Damn, when they put things together, they can be pretty impressive!
In reply to: WashpaRick 's message, "Really impressed with tonites performance. Extra passes led to easy or open shots all night long. CLK agree with you on Wright. The play that impressed me the most by Wright was after hitting a couple of shots he got a pass underneath and instead of taking a contested shot he passed to a wide open Clark in the corner." on Saturday, December 18, 10:27:19pm


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