Patriots use Holiday Classic for postseason experience
12/11/2013 (Updated 10:52:51 PM)
For local teams playing in the Mirabito Stop DWI Holiday Classic, it's a chance to play on the area's biggest stage in front of bigger crowds than they're used to.
The Binghamton Patriots have played in all 22 of the tournaments and are back for another year. Head Coach Dave Springer says that the experience of the large court and bigger crowds is key for his team's experience come time for the postseason.
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