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Joe Coleman doesn't like losing

Gophers freshman guard Joe Coleman won three straight state titles at Hopkins high school. The longest losing streak he endured in high school was two games. Needless to say, he's not used to the struggles the Gophers are experiencing right now.
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Gophers freshman guard Joe Coleman won three straight state titles at Hopkins high school. The longest losing streak he endured in high school was two games. Needless to say, he's not used to the struggles the Gophers are experiencing right now.

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