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Some wonder whether mystery is missing from NCAA Tournament action

Kansas State forward Wesley Iwundu shoots during the second half of an NCAA basketball game against Mississippi on Thursday, Dec. 5, 2013 in Manhattan.

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MANHATTAN — Kansas State freshmen Marcus Foster and Wesley Iwundu have never played Kentucky. They hadn’t even seen the scouting film on the SEC powerhouse that was being put together by their coaches.
Yet they were already intimately familiar with them.
You see, Iwundu played on the same Houston-area AAU team as Kentucky freshmen Andrew and Aaron Harrison, which was coached by the twins’ father. Foster played against them on a rival AAU program out of Dallas. And as Iwundu and Foster were trying to usher their Wildcats to the NCAA tournament this season, they caught plenty of games involving ...

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