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Wednesday, December 01, 2004

dual-use technology

Andy Katz echoes the obvious; Sharif Chambliss was tremendous last night against Maryland and is the heir apparent to Devin Harris at Wisconsin.

Good for the Badgers, a club whose search for a point guard had approached epic proportions. But better (potentially) for the senior, Chambliss, who forfeited his scholarship at Penn State and is paying his own way at Wisconsin. At State, the 6'1" Sharif was a star 2-guard. In the NBA Draft, 6'1" shooting guards don't get much love. But if Chambliss plays point guard for Bo Ryan, he has the opportunity not only to lead the Badgers to a second-place finish in the Big Ten, but also to impress professional scouts and assure his name be called out (likely in the second round) on draft night.