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"Our main thing is to make sure we take it to a team," said Foye. "We just try to take it to the team and let the referees make a decision."

Corbin "has been on us about it," Foye continued. "We haven’t had much practice time but, in the film sessions, he pointed out a lot of things.

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"He wants us to be more aggressive cutting, getting up the court and pushing the ball ahead. I think that’s something we brought [back] from the road."

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