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Slow Action for Jackson
CHICAGO - Traevon Jackson remembers the moment when college basketball became easier for him; that euphoric moment where the game made sense, the pace of play slowed to a manageable tempo and he started making good, consistent plays for his team. Not surprisingly, it was at the same time when Wisconsin got the resume-building wins it so desperately needed after letting them slip by in the nonconference season. Opening the conference play with only six combined points in nail biting wins over two of the conference's sub-par teams, Jackson needed to pilot Wisconsin past No.15 Illinois and then go on the road to No.2 Indiana, two teams that would test any young point guard physically and mentally. "That was an important stretch to our season," said associate head coach Greg Gard. "He approached it like any other games. His play helped us get moving in the right direction." After back-to-back double-digit efforts in wins over Illinois and Indiana, Jackson started to see the slower...
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