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Austin Rivers is G-O-O-D

Austin Rivers was having a bit of early difficulty getting his jump shot to fall. His team, Each One Teach One, was down by 14 points early in the 2nd quarter. So Rivers started going to the basket, attacking the rim. A plethora of buckets followed, floaters and layups and mid range pull-ups. The score at the half was just about even thanks to Rivers attack plan. He finished with 37 points — 26 in the second half and 15 in the deciding 4th quarter. He hit all five of his deep balls in the second half. (NBE Basketball Report)

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