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P.J. Hairston working to end his drought


While P.J. Hairston has faced a minor health issue this offseason -- a shoulder sprain that limited him for about three weeks -- his main concentration has been on, well, concentration. After opening his freshman season by making 24 of his first 64 3-pointers (37.5 percent), the Greensboro, N.C., product managed to hit only 18.7 percent of his 3s over his last 23 games. (ESPN.com)


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