Sitting in the Maryland basketball team lounge at the Xfinity Center one afternoon last week, freshman wing Kevin Huerter was acing his latest quiz.
Two dozen times in a 20-minute session, assistant coach Dustin Clark slowed the tape of the team's victory at Illinois on a laptop screen, showing plays Huerter made and didn't make against the Fighting Illini.
Clark asked questions about the plays. Huerter answered everything correctly. But one.
"Good shot or bad shot?" Clark asked after showing Huerter a missed 3-pointer.
"I took a little too long, so ultimately bad shot," Huerter said.
"I thought it was a good shot," Clark said....