OLIVER PURNELL: (9:02)
"Obviously I was pleased with the way we played and the way we approached
this week getting ready. We did a good job with our focus and preparation
for this opponent, and I thought it showed. We wanted to get the ball
inside. (Mike) Scott is a good post player, but we thought they had a lack
of depth down there. This time of year is when a good team takes a game
when the other team is struggling by the throat. Now we can take the next
step toward being a great team by going on the road and winning."
ON JERAI GRANT: "Jerai has been good all year. He was our most improved player last year,
and this year he has elevated his game even more. He has developed into a
pretty good ACC player."
ON DEMONTEZ STITT: "I think he's been back for a while, but that's just me. This week he
realized he wasn't dead and came back strong. Once again, having a full
week off between games helped him. I think he can do many of the same
things he used to do."
ON HOW GOOD HIS TEAM IS NOW: "We're a pretty good basketball team, no question about it. To be a great
team, now we have to win on the road. It will be a good test for us.
There's nothing wrong with being a really good team, I just want to be a
JERAI GRANT: (3:55)
TREVOR BOOKER: (1:58)
AUDIO: Purnell, Grant and Booker
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