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Yet if running and jumping were out, lifting weights and watching videotapes were in. Lillard spent four or five days a week in the weight room and considerable time in the film room, studying all 71 games he had played for the Wildcats. The results are noticeable.So now that Lillard is averaging 28.2 points per game, Weber State is off to a 5-1 start, and the second coming of Harold Arceneaux has arrived in Ogden, Lillard knows not to let any of this get to his head.
Besides Lillard’s becoming much stronger, "His basketball IQ has increased dramatically," said senior forward Kyle Bullinger.