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Navy Midshipmen 2012-13 preview.
The search was a familiar and agonizing one Saturday for Navy coach Ed DeChellis. J.J. Avila and Jordan Sugars provided an offensive lift. Could someone else?
Jordan Sugars had a December he'd much rather not remember.
Navy basketball coach Ed DeChellis didn't know who would play point guard for the Midshipmen as he started his first season.
With a roster littered with inexperience, the Navy basketball team will have some rough outings this season. It also has a chance at times to be interesting, such as Tuesday's 57-55 loss to Tulane at Alumni Hall.
Navy guard Jordan Sugars' final season of basketball at the academy will look plenty different than his first three.
Here are the links to all of the stories in The Washington Times' four-page college basketball preview section.
Navy guard Isaiah Roberts looked around Alumni Hall on Monday and saw plenty of faces who weren't around the Midshipmen's program last season.