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Indiana didn’t wait long to make a move on one of the state’s top class of 2016 prospects. The Hoosiers have extended a scholarship offer to future North Central guard Eron Gordon (per Kyle Neddenriep of The Indianapolis Star), the younger brother of former Indiana guard and current New Orleans Hornets guard Eric Gordon. Here’s a transcript of an interview with Gordon from over the weekend at the IndyBall.com Shootout in Indianapolis: On playing for the Eric Gordon 2015 All-Stars: “I like this team a lot. This our first tournament, and we beat one of the best teams in the country, so I’m pretty happy about that.” On what positon he played during the school year: “During the second half of the school year I played point guard. I still scored, but not as much.” On his approach to the game: “I just fill in wherever the team needs me.” On what it’s like to play up a year in AAU: “Yeah, I have always done it my whole life, so it’s just basically the same. Guys are just a little bit stron
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