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Texas Longhorns Basketball 2013 Season Review

Reviewing UT hoops' disappointing season, which ended with Rick Barnes' first losing record since his arrival in Austin.

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Season Review: Prince Ibeh Shows His Potential

The most physically-gifted Longhorn was raw as a freshman, but his performance showed why he may have the highest ceiling of any player on the entire 2012-13 Longhorns basketball team.

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Season Review: Javan Felix's Baptism By Fire

Javan Felix demonstrated his ability to play at the collegiate level, but thanks to a baptism by fire also learned a lot about his limitations and how he must improve if he's to be more than a solid reserve.

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Season Review: Papi, the Greek Army Knife

The Greek Army Knife was solid or good in virtually every facet of the game, contributing more value and quality minutes than true freshmen typically do. If he is able to improve along a normal development curve, Papi will be an excellent college basketball player for the next three years.

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UT Basketball Season Review: Sheldon McClellan

Sheldon McClellan has the talent of an elite basketball player but no clue how to be one. Rick Barnes struck out trying to teach him and after a challenging, up-and-down year McClellan is now transferring out of the program.

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Season Review: Myck Kabongo

A mindless compliance mistake cost Myck Kabongo much of his sophomore season, and now an early departure for the NBA appears imminent.

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