After a big win at home over No.3 Michigan kept them in the thick of the Big Ten title race, No.20…
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MADISON - When the words ‘impact freshman' come up in correlation with the Wisconsin men's basketball team, it's hard not to gravitate immediately to forward Sam Dekker. Having played in all 24 games, including three starts, Dekker is sixth among conference freshmen and fourth on the team in scoring (8.8 points per game) and has already hit a bevy of big shots that have fans drooling at the possibilities in the years to come. But while he hasn't made the same type of statistical impact as Dekker, guard Zak Showalter and his contributions have made the type of impact the Wisconsin's coaching staff was hoping for. "He plays with energy, he's physical, he's got a good feel for the game and he's made some nice plays when he's on the floor," said assistant coach Lamont Paris. "Something happens whenever he goes in. Most times it's been something positive for us." Showalter's...
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