Found November 06, 2012 on Inside the Hall:
PLAYERS: Remy Abell
TEAMS: Indiana Hoosiers
Depth has been cited as one of the many reasons Indiana is the preseason pick to win the national championship. But Tom Crean has been careful in the preseason to not prematurely anoint his team as deep until he can substitute without experiencing much of a drop off in production and consistency. A big piece to establishing that consistency from the bench is sophomore guard Remy Abell. As a freshman, Abell played sparingly for much of the season. But he filled in and played key minutes down the stretch with Verdell Jones out in a win at Purdue. He also did so in the second round of the Big Ten Tournament and three NCAA Tournament games. Those experiences should pay off for Abell, who is expected to take on a bigger role in his second season in Bloomington. “It was big getting more playing time, especially on a big stage like the NCAA Tournament,” Abell said earlier this fall. “That stage was huge and coming into an even bigger stage, it’s definitely going to help.” Like he did a sea...
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