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Awesomeness! Kid has always kept his head up through a career robbed by his body. He will be successful in whatever he does in life.

The oft-injured Luke Devlin was the team’s emotional leader, with Brown allowing his senior captain speak to first in timeouts.

“It would be easy to say I did a Lombardi speech every time out,” Brown said, “But I let Luke talk before I talked. He grabbed those guys every time out and screamed at them that we’re winning this game.”

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Totally agree. We were sitting at the end of the UA bench and saw him going over to the bike when he wasn't playing. When he first got on the bike and started pedaling you could see some pain on his face. Next thing you know he his out on the court getting some big rebounds down the stretch.

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Awesomeness! Kid has always kept his head up through a career robbed by his body. He will be successful in whatever he does in life.

 

The oft-injured Luke Devlin was the team’s emotional leader, with Brown allowing his senior captain speak to first in timeouts.

“It would be easy to say I did a Lombardi speech every time out,” Brown said, “But I let Luke talk before I talked. He grabbed those guys every time out and screamed at them that we’re winning this game.”

 

Easy guy to root for...to bad such a great first year was destroyed by injuries. Great guy...his loss will be felt.

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Totally agree. We were sitting at the end of the UA bench and saw him going over to the bike when he wasn't playing. When he first got on the bike and started pedaling you could see some pain on his face. Next thing you know he his out on the court getting some big rebounds down the stretch.

 

It been that way all season. He deserves any credit that comes his way and then more

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