Lonergan is also trying to focus on the silver lining.
“I’m proud of our effort. I’m upset that we lost … and this one hurts probably more than any one this year. But it won’t hurt twice as much after watching the film as some games this year,” he said, trying to smile.
“The league is tough and we need to keep getting better — and we got better a little bit tonight.”
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