There is nothing like drawing up the crisp, balletic of play clearly and independently. And yet, this is a better way:
Missouri State, which had been at Illinois's stage at 13 seconds left, interrupting the passport and scrambling on the floor where it seemed with each player on both teams in touch with the loose ball. Eventually, he fell into the hands of the guard Jarred Dixon ̵
This is what the glorious mess of the Bears basket looked for.