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Topic - John Thompson Jr.
The Huskies (2-2) trailed by as many as 14 in the first half, but repeatedly outmuscled the Hoyas (1-2) underneath in the closing minutes.
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"I give them all the credit the world," he said. "We executed relatively well in the first half, and we did not do anything we needed to do in the second half to continue our execution and do what we need to do to win games."
"I think we took too many 3s at the wrong time today," Thompson said. "We didn't execute what we were trying to execute. We didn't execute inside and outside, we didn't get the ball to the corners enough."