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"And I also think that defensively, maybe the results of the [early schedule] has given us a little more focus on the defensive end of the floor. But I do think we are improving every game as a group on that end of the floor."

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Nate Austin sprained his ankle in practice on Tuesday, but started Thursday and did not seem affected by the injury. He played 19 of a possible 20 minutes in the first half.


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