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"Parker, when the ball is in his hands you feel like something good is going to happen at the end," WW South coach Mike Healy said. "Sometimes you just play and put the ball in a kid's hands instead of setting up a play."
Robinson, remarkably, was scoreless until his only basket of the game. The area's assist leader, though, served up several of the Tigers' seven 3-pointers.
On the last play, he noticed the correct call was to keep it.
"The whole game they were kind of sagging and helping," Robinson said, "and I thought I could drive and maybe kick it. But then I saw they weren't sagging as much so I thought I could just take the lane."