By Michael Bullock
Apparently, one setback this week was one too many for Jamar Sudan and his determined Chester Clippers teammates to digest.
So, imagine how dropping two games in two days may have felt.
Especially in your hometown.
As it turned out, Sudan & Co. never found out since they used some typically nasty Chester pressure and plenty of contributions from up and down the bench to turn back a determined Pennsbury side 56-48 in Game 5 of the Pete and Jameer Nelson Classic Friday night at Widener University’s Schwartz Center.
Sudan wound up pocketing 18 points, Jordan Camper chimed in with 14 and Michael Smith tacked on 10 — including four clutch freebies in crunch time — as Larry Yarbray’s Clippers (5-2) rebounded from their 53-50 loss to Abington one night earlier.