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The 2013 Senior Class

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    Senior Day isn't until Saturday, but, with the way the Pac-12*schedules, it almost feels almost like Senior Week.*

    For CU, this is the first season since*2009-10*that the men's program will only graduated one player - it was Dwight Thorne's solo spotlight back then. *Much like that campaign, the honoree in 2013 may have*wound up as a 'glue guy'*on the court, but has developed as a vital emotional leader off of it. *That leader, Sabatino Chen, may not lead the team in any statistical categories (other than GPA), but has proven essential to the success of the program in all aspects.* Further, he will leave the program having been a part of it's most successful three-year run in the shot clock era.

    After*the*jump, I'll give my thoughts on Sabatino's career, while also taking a look at what I best remember from his time here.

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    Senior Day isn't until Saturday, but, with the way the Pac-12*schedules, it almost feels almost like Senior Week.*

    For CU, this is the first season since*2009-10*that the men's program will only graduated one player - it was Dwight Thorne's solo spotlight back then. *Much like that campaign, the honoree in 2013 may have*wound up as a 'glue guy'*on the court, but has developed as a vital emotional leader off of it. *That leader, Sabatino Chen, may not lead the team in any statistical categories (other than GPA), but has proven essential to the success of the program in all aspects.* Further, he will leave the program having been a part of it's most successful three-year run in the shot clock era.

    After*the*jump, I'll give my thoughts on Sabatino's career, while also taking a look at what I best remember from his time here.

    Read more »[​IMG]

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