Jun 10, 2014 6:32 AM
After passing up on entering the NBA Draft, the Harrison Twins made big waves in college basketball by announcing they were coming back for their sophomore years.
In an article from Bleacher Report, the twins discuss how they appreciate the fans for welcoming them back and for the clutch shots from Aaron during the NCAA Tournament run, the season still didn't end happily.
"We still ended our season with a loss," Harrison told Bleacher Report. "The compliments are nice, but it's never a good feeling to go out losing. We didn't get that last one. We didn't accomplish our goal."
The article discusses how the two have been working out during the offseason back in Texas and their focus remains the same about one day getting into the NBA.
"My dream is still to go to the NBA," Andrew said. "But I want to win a national championship, too. That was the biggest factor in it-that and becoming a better player. I lost confidence at times last season, especially early. I need to walk out there feeling like I'm the best player on the court."
To read the article in it's entirety, click here.
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