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Badgers play unaesthetic, successful basketball

Originally Published: March 26, 2008
By Tim Griffin | ESPN.com

OMAHA, Neb. -- The indoctrination begins early for new Wisconsin players, usually only about five minutes into their first practice.

Shortly after the new players learn the names of their teammates and the way from the locker room to the practice floor, they comprehend how vitally important defense is to any team coached by Bo Ryan.

"We started off with drills about protecting the rim in transition. It's probably the first drill I remember as a Badger," junior guard/forward ...

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