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Date Posted: 09:15:43 01/29/04 Thu
Author: LarryL9797
Subject: C'mon Now thats basketball

Believe me, that was the longest .8 seconds in the history of basketball. If Mimms got so much as a fingernail on that inbounds play, there was no way the play could have turned out as it did. But, the game in the books and thats it.. Its too easy to pin this on the Refs/Timer.

Central just let Mimms walk to the basket with 5 seconds left there was <b>no</b> Defense. Thats the Play that should have not have happened. Lets look at the positives!
5 Players in double digits
53% from 3 point
68% FT ( improving)
And It was a real good back and fourth game!
Lets hope that this game will charge up CCSU for the remainder of the season. I know I would be extrememy motivated for the next game!

Remember! Thats Basketball!

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