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Update: Videos are back

Hooray! Now that the videos are back on track, it’s time to get updated.

So to get you caught up, here are a couple of videos of the team from the weekend. The first one features the departure from Tokyo and arrival in Guangzhou. The second features a team briefing on the bus ride from Chinese tour guide Roy Lu.

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  1. Here’s the quick update from the exhibition game:

    Australia 80, Hawaii 70

    The Warriors led for most of the game, but turnovers were costly in the final six or seven minutes of the game. Hawaii only had nine players available (Zane Johnson sat out with an ankle injury; Trevor Wiseman played).

    The young Hawaii squad looked good for the first three quarters but the recent travel and lack of practice time may have caught up to the Warriors in the final quarter.

    Shaquille Stokes led the team with 17 points, including four 3-pointers. All of his points came in the first half.

    Others who scored: Hauns Brereton 12, Joston Thomas 12, Trevor Wiseman 10, Bobby Miles 9, Davis Rozitis 7 and Brandon Jawato 3.

    The Australia team consisted of the top college level players in that country. They are representing Australia in the World University Games.

    Will have more details and video highlights in the next day or two.

    The Warriors are scheduled to play another exhibition game against Brazil on Tuesday morning (China time, which would be Monday afternoon in Hawaii).

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