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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Horace Broadnax
The grunt came from the back as a question was posed after Georgetown's season-opening victory against Savannah State. Big John Thompson took umbrage at a reporter's choice of words to describe Monday's game, the last contest before Georgetown heads to Hawaii for the Maui Invitational.
"No, I didn't expect Sims to do much based on what he's done in the past," Broadnax admitted.
"I guess I went against what I try to tell my kids," said Broadnax, a member of Georgetown's 1984 championship team. "The past doesn't dictate the future. I kind of relied on the past based on what he did and not playing. But he's a senior, and he has to step up."