LSU Basketball working on adjusting to SEC physicality
BATON ROUGE- In Tuesday's home win versus Alabama, the LSU basketball team showed some fight against a long and physical Alabama team.
According to Will Wade, it was a welcome surprise, but this team still has plenty to learn as they adjust to SEC play.
"Y'all think we're physical? Y'all keep asking about physicality. I don't think we're that physical, but maybe y'all do. Y'all must see something I don't," said Wade.
"If we don't play 40 minute games this league is unbearable. You know our group, is just still feeling ourselves out. So I wish we could stay focused longer. I don't think it is a lack of focus as much as it is, just being able to sustain our focus."
LSU now prepares for their second SEC matchup against Arkansas.
Tip off is set for 5:00 PM on Saturday.
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