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post #436 of 439
Extremely impressed with Butler and Brad Stevens. I think he's going to be a household name in the future. Quite a game, lucky I got to be in Durham for the celebration last night.
post #437 of 439
Instant classic.

The game wasn't particularly well-played -- Duke looked tight and Butler went through long stretches where it couldn't buy a basket -- but it provided more on-the-edge-of-your-seat drama than any sporting event in a long, long time. It's a cliche, but there really were no losers last night.
post #438 of 439
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Originally Posted by gomestar View Post
I'll take your word, I'm merely referring to the big crowd pan right as Duke was celebrating and it just looked like a bunch of spectators. The rest of the game seemed very wild indeed.

Well considering 90% of the crowd was from Indianapolis, home of butler, thats to be expected. Usually when someone else wins on your home court, the fans arent going nuts. IF Butler had won, especially with one of those last 2 shots, the place would have erupted.
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Originally Posted by nate10184 View Post
Extremely impressed with Butler and Brad Stevens. I think he's going to be a household name in the future. Quite a game, lucky I got to be in Durham for the celebration last night.

Lucky is right. :jealous:
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