One exhibition game does not offer all the answers, but the best answers we can find at this nascent stage of the 2005-06 season of Stanford Basketball were found Saturday when Johnson spoke with the media after his team's exhibition opener. He commented on the differences between the first half and second half of play, the three-guard lineups seen several times, the job done by his three freshmen, and much more...
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