LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) — Robert Phinisee and Romeo Langford are the future of Indiana basketball.
But when it comes to the past, Phinisee and McCutcheon battled Langford and New Albany in the Class 4A boys basketball state championship in 2016. Behind Langford's 28 points, the Bulldogs topped the Mavericks 62-59.
Two years later, Phinisee and Langford are set to become teammates and suitemates at Indiana.
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