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Topic - Ryan Kelly
Nick Young says the Los Angeles Lakers have woken up since airing some grievances at a team meeting last week.
Ryan Kelly scored 21 points, Seth Curry added 15 and No. 5 Duke beat Georgia Tech 81-74 on Saturday.
Ryan Kelly spent hundreds of hours driving with his parents, Dave and Ann, on unofficial visits all over the South and Midwest.
Name: Ryan Kelly
"It's the Bama Way," Tide center Ryan Kelly, who replaced 2011 Outland Trophy winner Barrett Jones last season, said Wednesday night. "We always say it that way, get back to what we do. No matter who is getting that spot, there's still a standard to uphold. It's pressure-filled. You can call it what you want, but if you're in there you know you've got to produce for the 10 guys around you, whoever that may be."
"In the last game, the effort wasn't there and the toughness wasn't there, and we got beat by a lot," Lakers forward Ryan Kelly said. "We realized we can't play that way, and tonight was different. We have to build off this and play like this all the time so that we put ourselves in a position to win some games."