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By Mangosuthu Buthelezi
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Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Tyler Zeller
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"It's a tough game to play," Zeller said. "I think offensively you can get the game up a little higher and make (opponents) speed up. But I think it's something where you have to be able to win those games in the 50s as well as the 80s."
Zeller, who also missed two free throws in the final minute, says he can't afford to dwell on the defeat and his role in it.