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BYU's Other Brazilian is Doing a Solid Job

Luiz Lemes helps make everyone around him better with his solid overall contributions from the point guard position. (Photo by Mark Philbrick/BYU Photo)

Others on the team, such as Brazilian center Rafael Araujo and four-year starter Mark Bigelow, might attract more attention but senior Luiz Lemes continues to be a key component in BYU's success with his steady and heady play as the Cougars' point guard.

Praising Lemes' overall abilities and sometimes overlooked contributions, BYU coach Steve Cleveland says the 6-foot-3 Brazilian guard will be the team's unsung hero all season long.

Lemes is the subject of a feature penned by Jeff Call in Friday's (Dec. 12, 2003) Deseret Morning News. Click below to go to the article.

BYU's other Brazilian is doing a solid job (Deseret Morning News)

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