Comments in the Staples Center press room gave us Lute Olson's thoughts on how and why to defend Matt Haryasz with double-teams, as well as the cumulative effect that Arizona defensive pressure had on Stanford in the late stages of the game. Trent Johnson recognized the fatality of 23 turnovers, but rather than rip his players, chose to give as much credit as possible to Arizona. After three games with three similar results, he can only conclude who is simply the better team. We caught up with Chris Hernandez afterward, and he hung his head after what he felt was an individually disappointing performance (seven turnovers), and a loss that effectively ends Stanford's 11-year NCAA Tournament streak.
Pac-10 Tournament press room post-game -
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