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HARVARDDADGRAD 
PhD Student
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02-03-18 07:34 PM - Post#245894    

Crimson started out with little energy and no Bryce. Fed Lewis inside for first 5 minutes while Cornell shot lights out from 3. Eventually, Crimson 3's started falling and they've taken the lead.

Good to see an energized Robert Baker return to the rotation with a block, steal and tip in.

 
HARVARDDADGRAD 
PhD Student
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02-03-18 08:54 PM - Post#245960    
    In response to HARVARDDADGRAD

Gutsy and big win for the Crimson. Bassey, Juzang, Towns and Lewis really gutted this one out. Getting kept Cornell in the game with 32 points.

Good to get Baker back and nice to win and move to 5-1 without Bryce. Hopefully Bryce can recover on a schedule without undue pressure to get back in there.

 
HARVARDDADGRAD 
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02-04-18 10:56 AM - Post#246028    
    In response to HARVARDDADGRAD

Very interesting change in Harvard coaching last evening. Stone Gettings absolutely kept Cornell in the game with 32 points including 6 3's. Chris Lewis had trouble away from the basket, and it appears Harvard's staff was concerned about Henry Welsh chasing Gettings around the perimeter. Welsh did not play, and Robert Baker seemed to pick up the 10 minutes or so that Welsh usually gets. No one stopped Gettings, but ball movement with Baker and shooting of Djuricic certainly contributed. Possibly a game deciding adjustment.

Trying to follow the box score play by play (which definitely was imprecise in reporting last night's game), looks like Harvard was +7 with Lewis, -2 without him. Did notice that Chris played 30 minutes (season high?).



 
digamma 
Junior
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02-04-18 06:50 PM - Post#246116    
    In response to HARVARDDADGRAD

Really gutty win. Frustrating to watch at times but really came through in the end. Absolutely clutch 3 from Towns when it mattered most.

 
mrjames 
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Loc: Montclair, NJ
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02-04-18 08:37 PM - Post#246132    
    In response to digamma

Towns’ behind-the-back then spin into a deep three would have been the most ridiculous thing I saw Saturday night, but Desmond Cambridge was also playing.

 
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