Winthrop’s Keon Johnson was held to five points Saturday. He scored in double figures in 31 of last season’s 32 games, and Manhattan’s frenetic pace should help him bounce back in the scoring column Tuesday morning.
Winthrop’s Keon Johnson was held to five points Saturday. He scored in double figures in 31 of last season’s 32 games, and Manhattan’s frenetic pace should help him bounce back in the scoring column Tuesday morning. Tracy Kimball tkimball@heraldonline.com
Winthrop’s Keon Johnson was held to five points Saturday. He scored in double figures in 31 of last season’s 32 games, and Manhattan’s frenetic pace should help him bounce back in the scoring column Tuesday morning. Tracy Kimball tkimball@heraldonline.com

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