"We certainly have situations that we go over when we're down one possession and things that we're looking for," Harvard coach Tommy Amaker said. "Wesley is our playmaker. ... If he was going to get a three, get a drive, get a two, we were going to live with his decision there."
"You talk about two obviously incredible coaches who have ever coached any sport," said former Duke star Tommy Amaker, now the Harvard coach. "And to have that in that neck of the woods in (such close) proximity, it makes it incredibly unique."