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Say "hello" to my tall friends

It was "meet and greet" day for the IPFW men's and women's basketball teams Thursday afternoon at the downtown Marriott.

And of course, everyone was optimistic, because both teams are undefeated at the moment.

First-year men's coach Tony Jasick told a room full of boosters that he'll have a young team: seven freshmen and two transfers.

Women's coach Chris Paul said his team tooked impressive in a scrimmage victory at Miami, Ohio, and encouraged fans to come out to Tuesday's season-opener against Ashland.

Plus, we took our video camera ... and yes, we're trying to get better with that stuff. Hang in there.

Check out the videos of Chris Paul and point guard Rachel Mauk of the women's team, and Tony Jasick and guard Justin Jordan from the men's team.

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