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The turmoil buffeting the Big East seemed distant at McDonough Arena on Thursday, cloaked by thumping basketballs and happy shouts from the Georgetown team that opens practice on Saturday.
Jason Clark smiled when the opening question posed at Thursday's media day was about Georgetown's brawl during a game against a Chinese team in August.
Georgetown coach John Thompson III said he has made peace with the coach of a Chinese basketball team over a bench-clearing brawl and denies the melee carried any political connotations.
A day after a wild brawl marred an exhibition game between Georgetown and the Bayi Rockets, representatives from the teams met in Beijing.
The goodwill tour of China by Georgetown's basketball team turned ugly Thursday, after an exhibition game with the Bayi Rockets ended with an on-court brawl.
Georgetown sophomore center Moses Ayegba tore the anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee during a summer league game Thursday, the university announced.
Early Saturday morning, not a trace of the Georgetown basketball team remained at the United Center. The locker room sat empty under fluorescent lights. Even the security guards had left. Everything was gone, not so much as a scrap of tape on the floor, like the Hoyas had never been here.
CHICAGO -- Ten seconds passed as the question hung in the air.
Chris Wright and Austin Freeman stared straight ahead, hurt and sadness etched across their faces.