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«You don't have throw him the ball, you don't have to run a play, and you don't have to run screens for him -- he scores without the ball. And he's comfortable with the physical nature of the game; some big guys in college look for a foul on every play, but he just plays through that.»
«JamesOn was playing hurt, so that really hindered him. But he came out on fire. That first day, he was really shooting the ball well. Looked really good.»
«They haven't seen a guy of this magnitude. Even (former Xavier player) David West was a dominant player, but not like Morrison.»
«I wished him the best wishes for whatever happens. He's a really good basketball coach and he certainly has presented himself as a classy coach and a nice man. When you factor in it impacts his family, the assistants he's worked with, it's tough. But Gary is certainly going to land on his feet. He's too good of a coach not to.»
«I'm really disappointed in our play tonight. I don't know if we played with near enough heart and near enough head.»
«I thought Chet's movement was particularly impressive, considering how well Saint Louis guards you.»
«For like a three-year period, we saw each other maybe 350 days out of 365. We were both newly married and no children, and we were just trying to chase basketball.»
«There's a certain expectation at the University of Delaware that Monte signed on for. He will fight every day to make sure their expectations are fulfilled.»
«I thought that the biggest message that we delivered was that they're big boys. Everybody was responsible for us losing yesterday. Players, coaches, everybody had a hand in that. It's human nature, but no one feels sorry for you. Even though you think that they should feel sorry for you. We went back to the method we used in Dallas. We asked for maximum effort. We told them that there would be a constant rotation of players. And the second quarter was the difference. The second half was an exercise in futility and it's a shame that guys don't grasp the idea that every opportunity should be maximized.»
«Biting the inside of my cheek. It's real raw. . . . But it feels better.»