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The 6-foot-6 senior guard shot 10 for 21 from the field and made St. John Bosco's final three field goals. Hitting key shots down the stretch, Hamilton entered the game looking for the big performance he delivered.
After the game, Hamilton hurried off to Storrs, CT to watch his future UConn teammates take on No. 18 Louisville at Gampel Pavilion. While Hamilton is eager to join a talented crew of UConn guards in Ryan Boatright, Omar Calhoun, and Rodney Purvis, he is most excited to play for 2nd year head coach Kevin Ollie.
"Coach Ollie is a real good dude," said Hamilton, whose brother Jordan plays for the Denver Nuggets, and another, Isaac, who plays at USC. "He really lets you play your game."