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Furman basketball maturing quickly

Furman guard Jordan Lyons '20 takes a shot.
Furman's Jordan Lyons shoots over a defender.

Journalist Tom Flynn writes in Forbes that with the Paladins losing half of their point production to graduation last spring, “it would have been no surprise for them to take a year to retool after a 23-win season that tied the best in their history. Instead, they’re undefeated after a dozen games, something that no Furman team has ever been in the 106-year history of men’s basketball at the Greenville, South Carolina school.”

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