Morning review: Mitchell, Cleare step...

Morning review: Mitchell, Cleare stepped up

There are 1 comment on the The Washington Post story from Feb 24, 2013, titled Morning review: Mitchell, Cleare stepped up. In it, The Washington Post reports that:

Somewhere in the recesses of Comcast Center, Charles Mitchell wrapped Shaquille Cleare in a bear hug.

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Bethesda, MD

#1 Feb 25, 2013
having watched Len through almost 2 is apparent he improved this year and, at times, can play at the ACC ( or any good conference) level...however...he still has trouble with anticipation and holding the ball...although sometimes he makes great passes....which sholw court knowledge..other times,,he does not show up....I have felt since the ACC schedule started...that MD would be better to develop Cleare and Mitchell....and bring Len in off the bench... particularly since he is going ....still feel this is best..Mitchell , Cleare, and Layman are a pretty tall front line..and athletic

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