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Calhoun's style was tough to beat

Originally Published: September 14, 2012
By Jason King | ESPN.com

His prostate had been removed just one week earlier, but Jim Calhoun wasn't about to follow doctor's orders. The Connecticut Huskies were in the thick of the 2003 Big East title race, and the Hall of Fame coach was convinced he needed to get back on the court.

"He showed up at practice and everyone was so excited to see him," former UConn star Ben Gordon said Thursday. "You could knew he was in a lot of discomfort, but he never complained.

"I just remember ...

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