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What the Paul George injury means to Team USA basketball

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Paul George was used to playing in an NBA arena. Unfortunately, the Thomas & Mack Center is not an NBA arena, and it did not have an NBA-type basket stanchion at both ends of the court. 

Bobby Gonzalez, the former Division I NCAA coach at Seton Hall and Manhattan, was at Friday night's Team USA scrimmage in Las Vegas when George suffered his gruesome broken leg injury. In this interview with Howard David on ESPNRadio in New York, Gonzalez describes what he saw, what it might mean to the future of international basketball, and whether the U.S. federation might ever go back to fielding teams of college basketball players.

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