"Colin Falls" is an American basketball player who spent the 2007–08 season with Orlandina Basket of Italy. A 6'5" (196 cm) shooting guard born in Park Ridge, Illinois, Falls starred at Loyola Academy in Wilmette, Illinois and played four seasons for the University of Notre Dame, where he became the first player in school history to make more than 100 three-point field goals in a single season.

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You can't do that. We're a veteran team.

We played more aggressive and a little hungrier in the second half.

We're really tough to guard because we can spread you out. We drop it on the floor a couple times, you get into gaps, dice people up and just find the open guy. It's tough to guard.

I think we all got our money's worth, we gave it our all. I can walk out of here with my head held high.

We've got to find a way to get it done.

I guess I like shooting here. It's a shooters arena. I got some good looks and the shots just went down.

You can't even explain this. Unless you've been around us, you don't really understand what we've been through. I'm struggling for words.

I don't think it's mental, I just think that questions our toughness.

I really think when we have a good offensive possession, we're more active on the other end of the floor and we make things happen. We get rebounds and we get out and run. When we run, that's when we're at our best.