They stood face to face, one man in a suit, the other in a sweat-soaked uniform. The player was breathing heavy, shaking, crying. Of all the times Quin Snyder had seen Ricky Clemons trying to escape, this was the worst. "I don't want to go out there," the player sobbed to his coach, as reporters and cameramen gathered outside the locker room. "Why do I have to go?"
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