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Latest Alex Len Items
Maryland's conference opener Sunday night reinforced the two realities coach Mark Turgeon must balance in his first season in College Park.
The overall quality of opposition Maryland faced in a month-long homestand might have masked the Terrapins' thin margin of error, even with a full complement of players.
Interspersed between his usual candid assessments of players and his program, Maryland coach Mark Turgeon balked Tuesday when the opportunity to take stock of the Terrapins was offered.
The addition of Pe'Shon Howard and Alex Len to Maryland's rotation provides the Terrapins with much-needed depth.
The unknowns surrounding Maryland's international man of mystery are about to be answered.
Maryland guard Pe'Shon Howard played for the first time all season Friday. It did not solve all of the Terrapins' troubles.
Maryland's short-handed basketball team will look significantly different in a few weeks when Alex Len returns from suspension and Pe'Shon Howard works his way back from a broken foot.
The NCAA ruled Maryland freshman center Alex Len must sit out 10 games, but the 7-foot-1 Ukrainian was cleared to practice, the school said Wednesday.