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Topic - Tilman Dunbar
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Ed DeChellis' first season as Navy's basketball coach ended on a 22-game losing streak, with a variety of symptoms for the Midshipmen's struggles.
"Being a freshman point guard in Division I basketball, I know it's going to be a high learning curve especially on a team that didn't do so well last year," Dunbar said. "I'm going to take strides every day and try to learn as much as I can."
"That was one of the biggest factors in my decision," Dunbar said. "I wanted to come into a situation and make an immediate impact. I didn't want to sit behind anybody. It's a rebuilding program, so I could come and step in, and it's a great coaching staff."