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Watching on the package from California was ditappoinsing. As they returned from the first break after the first half clock expired they didn't cover the ceremony on the court at the Rock. Can you believe that they did a Georgetown retrospective? Right as the ceremony at the Rock was happening? I was ripped. Thoughts on the game:Theodore is going to be a special point guard. I noticed that BG finally gave him extended minutes at the beginning of the second half without Harvey on the floor. Dude is quick and I love that he's not afraid to take the ball to the hole amongst the trees. When I first saw this kid play I thought to myself that's a poor man's donald copeland. I'm now ready to say he's better than Cope. Once he extends the range of his jumper he will be a really nice, if undersized, PG.Mitchell went on a tear like I haven't seen yet from him, to close out the first half. That kid, when he wants to, I think can score from anywhere on the floor. It's too bad he has to play out of position, but offensively I think he's a very nice player.Garcia is a warrior. The foul that ended up getting him a T was one of the best message senders a big can send. For the first couple years of his career my biggest beef with him was that when he fouled, he didn't foul hard enough. I was taught that if you're going to foul around the basket then make sure the guy either can't get the shot off or that he definitely won't score. Garcia is finally doing that now. I love it when he puts a guy on the floor.I, too, was saying to myself during the whole course of the game: Hazell, just keep shooting. Too bad he never hit a three, but that's your guy. He has to keep shooting. And Gause, as usual, is just an animal and all over the court. He's everything you want in a leader on the basketball court. Keep it up Paul.Nice win Pirates. Now win the ones you're supposed to vs. the dregs of the league and this season won't be a total loss. With some wins we can have something to build on for next year when we get some horses.