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Penn State Hoops Makes Stop At THON During The Climb

It didn’t take long for the first surprise visitors to show up at THON 2020.

Some Penn State men’s basketball players appeared on the floor at THON to mingle and take pictures with fans ironically just after the line dance was debuted with the line, “Say it with me, B-BALL SCHOOL.” The TOP-TEN RANKED “Hardwood Lions” will be playing it cool and out of town later this weekend as they travel to play Indiana.

Fans formed a line to snap a picture with Lamar Stevens, senior small forward, the author of “Lamar’s Climb: A Journey To Happy Valley.”

Mike Watkins, senior power forward, who just put up a double-double against Purdue, decided to take out the Sharpie and sign various items for fans.

The line continued for snaps with Stevens who just recently earned Big Ten player of the week.

John Harrar, junior power forward and King of Delco, and Myreon Jones, sophomore guard, also walked around the floor greeting excited basketball fans.

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