Found December 20, 2012 on roundballchat.com:
Stanford Coach: Johnny Dawkins (4 seasons at Stanford 75-59) 2011-12: Record 26-11 overall, 10-8 in Pac 12 (7th) Starters Returning (3) Aaron Bright, Anthony Brown, Chasson Randle Preseason Tournament: Battle 4 Atlantis Top Non-Conference Games: vs. Belmont, at NC State, at Northwestern, vs. St. Louis Last year the Cardinal won the NIT championship. While the is great fact is the Cardinal has not made the NCAA tournament in Johnny Dawkins 4 seasons at Stanford. It is time for him to take his program to the next level and it looks like he is prime to do so. The Cardinal return 4 of their top 5 scorers off last year team. The good news for the future all 4 of those players are underclassmen. The strength of this team will no doubt be the backcourt. Leading the way is shooting guard Chasson Randle (13. 8 ppg). He had a breakout season last year as a freshman. He does a little bit of everything but his biggest asset is his three point shooting ability. He made 85 threes while shooting 4...
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