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Sophomore center Anthony Lee scored a career-high 21 points in last Saturday's 83-79 upset against Syracuse at Madison Square Garden. But the point total might not have been the most important number. That could have been 38 – the number of minutes the sometimes foul-prone center played in a game which included a combined 46 fouls and 70 foul shots.

Sophomore center Anthony Lee scored a career-high 21 points in last Saturday's 83-79 upset against Syracuse at Madison Square Garden. But the point total might not have been the most important number. That could have been 38 – the number of minutes the sometimes foul-prone center played in a game which included a combined 46 fouls and 70 foul shots. "It was a physical game," admitted Lee. "But I...

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