Sid Wilson worked his way back into UConn men rotation, and other takeaways from the OT loss to Wichita State

“Sid practiced the last couple of days, and even last week, at the intensity level we need to practice at,” Hurley said. “He practiced like his life depended on it, and he showed up on the court today and played with the intensity level, like his life depended on it. If he doesn’t practice that way, if he doesn’t play with that type of intensity and energy, then he won’t play, regardless of whether we have eight or nine eligible players, or somebody sprains an ankle and I’ve got seven. I’m not just playing him because Tyler got hurt. He played today because he had two good practice and he earned himself more minutes on the court by the way he played when he was on the court.”

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