Found March 21, 2014 on The Other Paper:
PLAYERS: Kevin Canevari
TEAMS: Mercer Bears
Mercer beat Duke 78-71 Friday afternoon — much to the delight of Kevin Canevari.  The Bears' senior guard busted a wild move next to the media table with his teammates after the monumental upset.They don't call it The Big Dance for nothing.
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