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Utah's Taylor takes change in stride

Published December 17, 2013 11:13 pm
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college basketball • Despite standing only 5-foot-8, Utah sophomore Brandon Taylor, pictured, has seen more time at shooting guard this season while newcomer Delon Wright has taken the reins at point guard. Taylor hasn't sulked over the move, and he's thriving at the No. 2 spot. "We're winning," Taylor said. "Who would I be to complain? Everyone can see how talented Delon is and how good he is with the ball. I just want to win games, and what we're doing right now is working." Taylor averages 10.8 points and 4.2 assists in 30 minutes per game for the 9-1 Utes. > D2

 

 


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