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Arkansas head coach Mike Anderson talks about a dream coming true - the new Basketball Performance Facility that is set to arrive in the summer of 2015.

Arkansas head basketball coach Mike Anderson knows its still going to be awhile before he can actually walk in the door of the Razorbacks' new $25 million Basketball Performance Center, but at least he has a time period to do so now – the summer of 2015. "I think it is great," Anderson said at his Wednesday press conference at Bud Walton Arena. "It is something that has been coming and I think is...

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