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WWU basketball teams enter break not satisfied with early season success

Vikings, with nearly identical records, return to action Jan. 4 for 17-game GNAC slate

Western's Kai Johnson leaps into the air for a layup as a defender reaches out to block the shot.
Western Washington University's Kai Johnson scores on a layup against Langara College early in Saturday’s game. (Andy Bronson/Cascadia Daily News)
By Connor J. Benintendi Sports Editor
Western Washington University’s men’s and women’s basketball programs are headed into the

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