Deerfield falls to Jacobs as Sam Kuznetsky’s role continues to expand

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Deerfield’s Sam Kuznetsky knew his playing time would increase in his senior year, what with him only seeing the court a minute or two each game last season.

But three games into the 2014-15 campaign, even Kuznetsky is surprised that he’s playing nearly every minute while averaging 22 points.

“I knew I would have a much bigger role,” Kuznetsky said. “But I did not expect this.”

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