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George Mason coach Paul Hewitt was looking for a way to spark the offense in late January. After some experiments in practices and games, he moved Bryon Allen, a sometime starter at point guard for a season-and-a-half, to the starting shooting guard.

The result has been good for both the player and team, which has reached the best-of-three final in the College Basketball Invitational and will face Santa Clara next week.

“He’s our best player now, our most complete player I should say,” Hewitt said after Wednesday’s 62-52 win against Western Michigan in the CBI semifinals.

The junior from Largo, Md., and St. Thomas More HS, has thrived since coming off the bench and replacing forward Anali Okoloji in the starting lineup. He’s more comfortable at the 2 rather than at point guard.

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