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Williams sparked by better movement on offense

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The key to Rodney Williams' big game against Nebraska Tuesday night was better spacing and motion on the offensive end of the floor.

Williams, who scored a season-high 23 points, looked as comfortable as he's ever looked in a Gopher uniform thanks to Tubby Smith's plan to simplify the offense by spreading the floor and setting more screens.

“That was a big key for us in tonight’s game, just to get moving on offense more, to get more space and that worked for us,” Williams told the Star Tribune.

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