Found November 11, 2012 on Fox Sports Wisconsin:
MILWAUKEE For just a brief moment, it appeared as if Juan Anderson's shoulder was going to give him more trouble. The sophomore guard held his surgically repaired right shoulder and for the first time concern ran through his mind. Just a few minutes later he was able to breathe a sigh of relief. It was just scar tissue. Anderson was one of two Marquette players returning from serious injury Sunday, the other being senior center Chris Otule. In a season opener against an overmatched opponent, both passed their first game back with flying colors. Anderson had one surgery after first injuring his shoulder last December, but had to have another surgery when he injured it again during an open gym in May. Playing 21 minutes off the bench in Marquette's 84-63 win over Colgate, Anderson scored nine points, grabbed nine rebounds and had two steals. "His energy level is what helps us," Marquette coach Buzz Williams said. "He had energy last year. He just didn'...
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