UGA MBB: Anthony Edwards and Jordan Harris – South Carolina Postgame Interview – February 12, 2020

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UGA MBB: Anthony Edwards and Jordan Harris – South Carolina Postgame Interview – February 12, 2020

UGA men's basketball freshman Anthony Edwards (5) | Georgia vs. South Carolina | Wednesday, February 12, 2020
UGA men’s basketball freshman Anthony Edwards (5) | Georgia vs. South Carolina | Wednesday, February 12, 2020

UGA men’s basketball freshman Anthony Edwards and senior Jordan Harris who both led the Bulldogs with 16 and 10 points respectively in a 75-59 loss to South Carolina at home, field questions in the postgame interview from Stegeman Coliseum on Wednesday night.

Anthony Edwards on what South Carolina was doing defensively to Georgia:

“When one person would drive, everyone would rotate. They’d take charge. It was hard, especially because no one was hitting threes today. My teammates and I- no one could hit the jump shot. [South Carolina] was just sitting in the paint. It was hard. They played really good defense.”

Edwards on Georgia’s record:

“To be honest, I love my teammates. I am playing for them and my family. Other than that, there is not too much I can say.”

Edwards on tonight’s performance:

“They just out-played us. In every aspect, they outplayed us. That is all I can say.”

Jordan Harris on the physicality of South Carolina tonight:

“That is South Carolina. [Physicality] is their identity. They are a tough team, play hard, and deny passes. They make everything hard. They definitely had the size advantage, but they just played harder than us tonight.”

Harris on whether the team lost confidence after early missed three-pointers:

“No, we just have to stick to our technique and keep trusting our shot. If we are open, we have to shoot them. Even if you are in a slump, there is no way you can get out of a slump if you cannot shoot the ball. You have to keep shooting every open shot you get.”

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