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    Winthrop men's basketball has four players averaging between six and eight points per game and one or more of that supporting cast has stepped up at various times this season. Continuing that trend will be critical for the Eagles' NCAA tournament hopes.

Winthrop men's basketball has four players averaging between six and eight points per game and one or more of that supporting cast has stepped up at various times this season. Continuing that trend will be critical for the Eagles' NCAA tournament hopes. Bret McCormick, bmccormick@heraldonline.com
Winthrop men's basketball has four players averaging between six and eight points per game and one or more of that supporting cast has stepped up at various times this season. Continuing that trend will be critical for the Eagles' NCAA tournament hopes. Bret McCormick, bmccormick@heraldonline.com

Winthrop has stars, but depth may be more important in Big South

January 13, 2017 3:38 PM