As soon as the ball tipped, right when Azzi Fudd went from standing still to starting toward an opening on the right wing, each of her actions, however big or small, was narrated inside the airy gymnasium.
"See how she created her own shot?" asked Dave Rasdolsky, sitting six rows up as Fudd, a freshman on the St. John's girls' basketball team, scored the first two points against rival Paul VI in early January.
"Watch her screen away," he said a possession later.
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