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2016-17 Horizon League season preview

An exciting 2015-16 season in the Horizon League saw Valparaiso contend for an at-large bid, Green Bay’s HyperLinc system race through the conference tournament, and Kay Felder becoming a third team All-American and NBA draft selection. Although Felder is gone, the conference retains some star power in Valparaiso forward Alec Peters, who also considered leaving early for the NBA draft.
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