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    Default Pulling defeat from the jaws of victory... HS basketball championship



    I don't really think the ref made the right call. No way he got that TO with a second left..... But the ref said he did and that is all that matters.... There's a lesson here for sure about not counting your chickens before they hatch. And turnovers can kill...
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    Same refs from the Cleveland game last nite ??

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    Man, that's a heartbreaking way to lose, especially a championship game.

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    Man, that's a heartbreaking way to lose, especially a championship game.
    meh, what's Rhode Island got, like 20 HS's? probably like that Izzo Final 4 stat, every class is guaranteed to go to the title game during their 4 years

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