UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. - Nittany Lion basketball coach Patrick Chambers is
happy with the shots the Lions got on Sunday at Purdue.
Penn State had good looks at the basket, many of which coming form 15 feet and closer, during the 60-42 road setback to the Boilers, but the shots just did not fall. Nonetheless, the Lions remain confident they can return to their shooting form during the four-game winning streak that ended the non-conference season.
"It's only a matter of time before we start hitting shots again," Chambers said at his weekly press conference on Monday.
Looking to snap out of a recent shooting slump, Penn State returned to practice on Monday afternoon with confidence as it prepares for Wednesday's clash against No. 18 Michigan State (7 p.m. on BTN). Hear from head coach Patrick Chambers, freshman Brandon Taylor and sophomore D.J. Newbill at practice on Monday.
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