Reynolds, Fisher Discipline Was Huge Risk

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No one outside the tight confines of the Villanova basketball program really knows what Scottie Reynolds and Corey Fisher did to lose their starting assignments in yesterday's NCAA tournament opener, but it seems a fairly safe guess they didn't sneak out of the hotel for some extra shooting practice.

Reynolds and Fisher, benched by Jay Wright at the start of the game for what Wright described as a minor infraction, combined to score 10 points from the floor against Read Full Article »

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