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Ronnie Johnson

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Ronnie Johnson

Te'Ron Stephon Johnson (born December 12, 1993) is an American professional basketball player for the Niagara River Lions of the NBL Canada. He played college basketball for Purdue, Houston and Auburn. High school career Johnson attended North Central High School in Indianapolis. Johnson was twice named to the Associated Press All-State and was named the Marion County Player of the Year as a senior in 2012.[1] He was also an IndyStar Indiana All-Star in 2012. He committed to Purdue to play alongside older brother Terone Johnson.[2] College career Ronnie Johnson averaged 10.3 points, 4.1 assists and 3.4 rebounds per game as a freshman at Purdue.[1] In his sophomore season, Johnson averaged 10.8 points and 3.7 assists per game. However, he said he felt coach Matt Painter lost confidence in him. After visiting Xavier and receiving interest from Tennessee, Johnson transferred to Houston after the season and sat out a year.[2] He started 13 games as a redshirt junior at Houston and averaged 9.4 points and 2.9

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Andre Stringer

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Andre Stringer

Andre Stringer (born December 4, 1991) is an American professional basketball player who last played for the Island Storm of the NBL Canada. He played college basketball for LSU. High school career Stringer's brother Micheal Stringer played college basketball at Richmond.[1] Stringer attended Forest Hill High School in Jackson, Mississippi. In his career he scored over 2,400 points and was named the Gatorade Player of the Year twice in Mississippi. He was named Mississippi Mr. Basketball in 2010. Stringer joined Jalen Courtney, Ralston Turner and Matt Derenbecker in LSU coach Trent Johnson's first recruiting class.[2] College career As a freshman, Stringer averaged 15.2 points per game through the first 10 games. He became well known for hitting long range threes from behind the NBA line, an adaption to his lack of height. Stringer used his quickness to split defenders on double teams and led the team in assists.[1] However, he missed double digit scoring in seven of LSU's last 10 games as a freshman.[3]

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Desmond Lee (basketball)

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Desmond Lee (basketball)

Desmond Lee (born March 3, 1990) is an American professional basketball player for the St. John's Edge of the National Basketball League of Canada. He played college basketball for New Mexico Junior College and NC State. College career Lee attended New Mexico Junior College for two years and led the team to a 50-16 record. He was a JuCo All-American and was ranked the 10th best junior college prospect when he committed to NC State.[1] As a sophomore, Lee posted 20.3 points, 5.1 rebounds and 2.2 assists per game.[2] In his first Division I game, a 98-77 win over Appalachian State, Lee scored 24 points on 10-of-12 shooting.[3] Lee started 19 games as a junior and averaged 8.4 points per game. However, he saw his playing time drop after the emergence of Trevor Lacey the following season. Lee averaged a mere 2.9 points per game as a senior, but came off the bench to provide defense and energy. He had seven points in the upset of Villanova to send the Wolfpack to the Sweet 16.[4] Professional career Lee joined

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Coron Williams

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Coron Williams

Coron Williams (born November 23, 1989) is an American professional basketball player for La Union de Formosa of the Argentine Liga Nacional de Básquet. The 6-foot-1, 175-pound point guard played with the Robert Morris Colonials and Wake Forest Demon Deacons at the college level. He attended Christchurch School in high school. Professionally, he has competed for the Maine Red Claws and Greensboro Swarm in the NBA G League but represented the Italian team Universo Treviso Basket in his rookie season. Early life Williams was born in Italy to mother Bragail Williams-Brown and father Carl Williams, who served in the military.[1] At age three, he moved with his family to South Carolina, and at age six, he moved to Virginia.[1] As a senior at the Christchurch School, he averaged 19 points, five rebounds, three assists and three steals as a senior.[2] College career Williams played three games as a freshman in 2009-10 before sitting out with an ankle injury. As a redshirt freshman, he averaged 7.1 points per gam

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Justin Hurtt

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Justin Hurtt

Justin Edward Hurtt (born 23 March 1989) is a Canadian professional basketball player for the KW Titans of the National Basketball League of Canada (NBL). College career Hurtt had shoulder surgery midway through his freshman year at Tulsa.[1] As a junior at Tulsa, Hurtt averaged 14.5 points and 3.4 rebounds per game. He recorded his first career double-double, scoring 25 points and pulling down 10 rebounds in the opening round of the NIT.[2] Early in his senior season, Hurtt had a six-game streak of scoring 20 points or more, the first time a Tulsa player did so in 23 years.[1] As a senior, Hurtt was named to the First Team All-Conference USA.[3] He averaged 20 points and 3.8 rebounds per game.[4] Professional career In August 2011, Hurtt signed his first professional contract with Pallacanestro Varese of the Italian Serie A.[5] He was averaging 7.3 points per game in Serie A after 17 games before being released. In February 2012, Hurtt signed with Belfius Mons-Hainaut of the Belgian league.[6] Hurtt has

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Michael Curry (basketball)

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Michael Curry (basketball)

Michael Edward Curry (born August 22, 1968) is an American retired professional basketball player, and coach. He is the former head coach of the Florida Atlantic Owls men's basketball team.[1][2] Curry played in the NBA from 1993 to 2005. He later served as head coach of the Detroit Pistons. Playing career A 6'5" guard/forward from Glenn Hills High School in Augusta, Georgia, and Georgia Southern University, Curry played eleven seasons (1993–1994 through 2004–2005) in the National Basketball Association as a member of the Philadelphia 76ers, the Washington Bullets, the Detroit Pistons, the Milwaukee Bucks, the Toronto Raptors and the Indiana Pacers. Though he never averaged more than 6.6 points per game in a season, Curry was well respected throughout the league for his strong defense and leadership qualities, and for several years he served as president of the NBA Players Association.[3] In 1992, Curry was a guard/forward for the Long Island Surf of the United States Basketball League (USBL), averaging 20

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Julian Boyd (basketball)

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Julian Boyd (basketball)

Julian Boyd (born February 2, 1990) is an American professional basketball player for KR of the Úrvalsdeild karla. Boyd played college basketball at Long Island University where he was an All-American. In 2019 he won the Icelandic championship with KR and was also named the Playoffs MVP and the Foreign Player of the Year. High school Boyd went to William Howard Taft High School in San Antonio, Texas, where he was the San Antonio Express-News player of the year as a senior after averaging 21.6 points and 11.7 rebounds per game.[1] For college, he signed with the Long Island Blackbirds and coach Jim Ferry. College career As a freshman in the 2008–09 season, Boyd averaged 10.5 points and 6.4 rebounds per game, earning Northeast Conference (NEC) Rookie of the Year honors. Following his freshman campaign, Boyd was diagnosed with noncompaction cardiomyopathy. He was forced to sit out the 2009–10 season with a medical redshirt.[2] Boyd came back the following season, averaging 13 points and 8.9 rebounds per gam

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Chad Frazier

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Chad Frazier

Chad Frazier (born August 22, 1992) is an American professional basketball player for the Windsor Express of the National Basketball League of Canada (NBL). He competed with Gulf Coast State College and then UAB at the collegiate level. College career Frazier played two seasons at Gulf Coast State College and averaged scored 15.6 points, 4.7 assists and 3.9 rebounds per game as a sophomore. He previously committed to Oklahoma State and Texas A&M before settling for UAB. Frazier was the 16th best junior college prospect according to JUCORecruiting.com.[1] As a junior at UAB, Frazier averaged 17.7 points, 4.3 assists and 3.3 rebounds per game.[2] He was named to the First Team All-Conference USA as well as the conference newcomer of the year.[3][2] On April 17, 2014, Frazier got into an altercation with an unidentified female and threw a laptop across the room at her. Later, he became violent and pushed her against a bookshelf and tried to pin her to the ground, punching her several times. He was later c

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Coreontae DeBerry

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Coreontae DeBerry

Lamar Coreontae DeBerry (born 2 September 1994) is an American professional basketball player. As a freshman at college, he measured 6-foot-9, 260 pounds and was considered an intriguing prospect at Mott Community College, which was considered as the 2nd best school in the United States at that time.[1] After graduation, he went on to play for the Cincinnati Bearcats.[2] After College, his first professional team was in the Thailand Basketball League, where he led his team to the national championship. He went on to play professionally in the United States, Canada, Germany[3] and Portugal. References Woodyard, Eric (28 January 2013). "Coreontae DeBerry developing tougher mentality in freshman season at Mott Community College". MLive.com. Retrieved 18 June 2018. Groeschen, Tom (20 March 2015). "UC Bearcats top Purdue in overtime in NCAA tournament". The Enquirer. Retrieved 18 June 2018. "Cuxhaven Baskets verpflichten Coreontae DeBerry". Cuxhavener Nachrichten (in German). 21 August 2017. Retrieved

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Darrin Dorsey

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Darrin Dorsey

Darrin Dorsey (born May 17, 1987) is an American professional basketball player for the U BT Cluj-Napoca of the Liga Națională. He is a 1.88 m. tall point guard. High school career Dorsey played high school basketball at Glendale High School in Glendale, Arizona. College career After high school, Dorsey played college basketball at Bakersfield, Dakota Wesleyan and Berea College from 2007 to 2011. Professional career On September 7, 2015, he signed in France at Poitiers which is playing in the second division in 2015-2016 for 32,000 euros in season.[1] In the 11th game, the team won its third consecutive victory by winning against Le Portel ; Dorsey ends the match with 18 points in 7/10 shots including 2/4 at three points, 1 rebound and 4 assists in 29 minutes.[2] The following weekend, Poitiers wins its fourth game in a row by beating Saint-Quentin; Dorsey had his best game with 30 points at 5/7 to 3-points shots, 6 rebounds and 2 assists for 30 devaluation in 36 minutes.[3] He was named MVP of the Janu

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Tom Nissalke

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Tom Nissalke

Thomas Edward Nissalke (born July 7, 1932) is a retired American professional basketball coach in the National Basketball Association and American Basketball Association. He has coached several teams in both leagues, and has an overall coaching record of 371–508. Coaching career After a season with the Dallas Chaparrals (where he won ABA coach of the Year), Nissalke moved to the NBA with the Sonics for one season. He returned to the team, now in San Antonio, in 1973, bringing with him "a patterned, deliberate offense to San Antonio". During his tenure, the "Iceman" George Gervin had arrived from the Virginia Squires and was the center of the team. Though Nissalke's club was successful, he was fired in the beginning of the 1974–75 ABA season. Nissalke, who is a graduate of Florida State University, first got his start in coaching on the high school-prep level at the Wayland Academy in Beaver Dam, Wisconsin. He later worked his way onto the college ranks at the University of Wisconsin and Tulane. High School

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Russell Byrd

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Russell Byrd

Russell Byrd (born March 4, 1992) is an American professional basketball player for the St. John's Edge of the NBL Canada. He played college basketball for Michigan State. College career On May 21, 2014 Byrd announced he would transfer from Michigan State to Master's College in California.[1] Professional career On January 18,2018 Byrd was traded to the St. John's Edge.[2] On July 23, 2018, Byrd signed a two-year contract with the Island Storm. It was the first multi-year deal in franchise history.[3] References Dauster, Rob (May 21, 2014). "Russell Byrd transferring to NAIA The Master's College". NBC Sports. Retrieved July 26, 2018. "Edge acquires Russell Byrd, Trade Jarion Henry". NBL Canada. January 18, 2018. Retrieved July 26, 2018. Becker, Thomas (July 23, 2018). "Storm ink first-ever multiyear contract with guard Russell Byrd". Retrieved August 5, 2018.

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Grant Sitton

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Grant Sitton

Grant Sitton (born April 27, 1993) is an American professional basketball player, who currently plays for Donar in the Dutch Basketball League (DBL). Standing at 2.06 m (6 ft 9 in), he usually plays at the power forward position. College career Sitton played college basketball for Clackamas Community College in the 2013–14 season and University of Victoria from 2014 until 2017. In the 2015–16 season, Sitton averaged 14.4 points and 4.9 rebounds per game, while shooting 82.7% from the free throw line. In the 2014–15 season, Sitton helped lead Victoria to the CanWest championship and the CIS Final 8 Tournament semifinals.[1] Professional career In 2017, Sitton signed his first professional contract with Slowakian side Prievidza.[1] He played 37 games in the Slovak Basketball League, averaging 14.2 points and 4.8 rebounds per game. On July 19, 2018, Sitton signed a one-year deal with Donar, defending champions of the Dutch Basketball League (DBL).[2][3] References SSM (7 July 2017). "Grant Sitton Signs

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Tony Bennett (basketball, born 1984)

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Tony Bennett (basketball, born 1984)

Tony Bennett (born August 22, 1984) is an American professional basketball player for the Windsor Express of the National Basketball League of Canada (NBL). He was part of an Express team that won the championship in 2014–15. Bennett was a Premier Basketball League All-Star in 2010 and an Independent Basketball Association All-Star in 2012.[1] He played college basketball for the Bradley Braves and led them to a Sweet 16 appearance in the 2006 NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament. Prior to that, Bennett attended George Westinghouse College Prep in Chicago, Illinois.[2] Professional career On May 8, 2015, Bennett was suspended indefinitely from the Windsor Express and the National Basketball League of Canada following a pre-game altercation in the 2015 NBL Canada Finals, after which the Halifax Rainmen forfeited Game 7. His team was awarded the championship, but his head coach Bill Jones received a one-year suspension and a $4,000 fine. Even more suspensions were faced by the Rainmen, including those

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Steve Konchalski

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Steve Konchalski

Stephen J. "Steve" Konchalski is an American-Canadian basketball coach who has been serving as head coach of the St. Francis Xavier University men's basketball team since 1975. He was the head coach of the Canadian men's national team from 1995 to 1998. Career A native of Elmhurst, New York,[1] Konchalski played at Archbishop Molloy High School[2] before embarking on a college career in Canada in 1962.[3] He guided Acadia University to its first ever national title in the CIAU in 1965, setting single game highs 41 points and 17 field goals,[4] while being presented with the Jack Donohue Trophy as the tournament Most Valuable Player.[5] His career 1,479 points were more than any player had scored in the history of the program when he left.[6] Konchalski graduated from Acadia in 1966 with a Bachelor of Arts and subsequently enrolled at Dalhousie Law School.[2] He worked as assistant coach at Loyola College in Montreal for four years[7] and in 1975 accepted the position as head coach of the St. Francis Xavier

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Maurice Jones (basketball)

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Maurice Jones (basketball)

Maurice Jones (born December 20, 1991) is an American professional basketball player for the Sudbury Five of the NBL Canada. He played college basketball for USC and Northwood. High school career Jones was a star basketball player at Arthur Hill High School. He led the Lumberjacks to the 2010 Class A quarterfinals. Jones averaged 30 points, 12 assists, five rebounds and four steals as a senior.[1] College career Jones played two seasons at USC. As a freshman, he was the starting point guard and averaged 9.9 points a game and set the school freshman record for steals in a season with 69. Jones averaged 13 points, 3.5 assists and 1.8 steals per game as a sophomore.[1] In September 2012, Jones was ruled academically ineligible at USC.[2] He decided to transfer to Iowa State, but he was academically ineligible there as well. As a result, he transferred again to NCAA Division II school Northwood. His friend Darvin Ham, who played at Northwood, suggested he give the small Michigan school a chance. Jones was for

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Danny Green (basketball)

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Danny Green (basketball)

Daniel Richard Green Jr. (born June 22, 1987) is an American professional basketball player for the Toronto Raptors of the National Basketball Association (NBA). He played college basketball for the University of North Carolina (UNC), where he played in more games (145) and had more wins (123) than any Tar Heel before him. Green is also the only player in the history of the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) with at least 1,000 points, 500 rebounds, 250 assists, 150 three-pointers, 150 blocks and 150 steals.[1] He won an NCAA championship his senior year and was subsequently drafted by the Cleveland Cavaliers with the 46th overall pick in the 2009 NBA draft. During the 2013 NBA Finals, Green set an NBA record for most three-point field goals made in a Finals series. He then won an NBA championship with the San Antonio Spurs the following season, and became just the third player from UNC to win an NCAA championship and an NBA championship, the two others being James Worthy and Michael Jordan. In 2019, he won his

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Kawhi Leonard

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Kawhi Leonard

Kawhi Anthony Leonard (, born June 29, 1991) is an American professional basketball player for the Toronto Raptors of the National Basketball Association (NBA). Leonard played two seasons of college basketball for the San Diego State Aztecs and was a consensus second-team All-American as a sophomore. The Indiana Pacers selected him with the 15th overall pick in the 2011 NBA draft but traded him to the San Antonio Spurs the same day. With the Spurs, Leonard won an NBA championship in 2014, when he was named the Finals Most Valuable Player (MVP). After seven seasons with the Spurs, Leonard was traded to the Raptors in 2018. In 2019 he led the Raptors to their first NBA championship in franchise history and won his second Finals MVP award. He is a three-time All-Star and has two All-NBA first team selections. Nicknamed "The Claw" or "The Klaw" for his ball-hawking skills, Leonard has earned five All-Defensive team selections and won the NBA Defensive Player of the Year award in 2015 and 2016. High school care

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Greg Monroe

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Greg Monroe

Gregory Keith Monroe Jr. (born June 4, 1990) is an American professional basketball player for the Philadelphia 76ers of the National Basketball Association (NBA). In his freshman season at Georgetown University, Monroe was named Big East Rookie of the Year. He was drafted by the Detroit Pistons in the 2010 NBA draft with the seventh overall pick and became the last Pistons player to wear the number 10 jersey, after the Pistons retired the number for Dennis Rodman at halftime of a game against the Chicago Bulls on April 1, 2011.[1] High school career Monroe attended Helen Cox High School in Harvey, Louisiana. As a senior in 2007–08, he was named a McDonald's All-American and earned Parade All-America first team honors after averaging 21.0 points and 14.0 rebounds per game.[2] Considered a five-star recruit by Rivals.com, Monroe was listed as the No. 1 power forward and the No. 8 player in the nation in 2008.[3] College career In his freshman season at Georgetown, Monroe was named the Big East Rookie of t

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Colton Ray-St. Cyr

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Colton Ray-St. Cyr

Colton Ray-St. Cyr[1] (born January 11, 1994) is an American professional basketball player for Ulcinj of the Montenegrin League. A 6 ft 5 in (1.96 m) combo guard, Ray-St Cyr played for Coastal Carolina Chanticleers before joining the St. John's Edge References "Colton Ray-St. Cyr College Stats". Sports-Reference.com. Retrieved November 13, 2017.

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Jordan Loyd

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Jordan Loyd

Jordan Loyd (born July 27, 1993) is an American professional basketball player for the Toronto Raptors of the National Basketball Association (NBA), on a two-way contract with the Raptors 905 of the NBA G League. He played college basketball at University of Indianapolis, where he earned a degree in Environmental Sustainability. Early life and college career Loyd attended Milton High School in Alpharetta, Georgia, where he led Milton to a playoff appearance in each of his final two seasons, including a state championship as a junior in 2009-10. Loyd earned all-conference and team MVP honors as a senior after leading his squad to a top-five national ranking.[1] In his freshman year at Furman University, he averaged 6 points, 3.4 rebounds and 1.7 assists per game.[1] In his sophomore year, Loyd transferred from Furman to the University of Indianapolis, where he quickly became a key part of the UIndy bench, averaging double-digits minutes.[1] Loyd finished his final Greyhound season averaging 20.9 points, 6.

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Jared Nickens

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Jared Nickens

Jared Drew Nickens (born December 27, 1994) is an American professional basketball player for the St. John's Edge of the National Basketball League of Canada. He played college basketball for Maryland. Early life and high school career Nickens attended the Westtown School near West Chester, Pennsylvania, where he was coached by Seth Berger.[1] He was considered a four-star recruit by 247Sports.com and was ranked the 94th best prospect in his class. Nickens committed to Maryland on June 16, 2013.[2] College career As a freshman, Nickens came off the bench on Maryland's first NCAA tournament team under coach Mark Turgeon. He scored 14 points in the first round match against Valparaiso. He averaged 6.1 points per game as a freshman, shooting 39% from behind the arc.[1] As a sophomore, Nickens scored in double figures seven times, including a 14-point performance against South Dakota State in the NCAA Tournament.[3] After the season, Nickens and teammate Jaylen Brantley popularized the dance craze "Running Ma

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Kyle Collinsworth

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Kyle Collinsworth

Kyle Collinsworth (born October 3, 1991) is an American professional basketball player for the Raptors 905 of the NBA G League. He played college basketball for Brigham Young University (BYU). During the 2014–15 season, Collinsworth broke the NCAA single-season record for triple-doubles with six, which also tied the NCAA career record.[1] On March 16, 2016, Collinsworth recorded his twelfth career triple-double, extending the NCAA record he set earlier in the season.[2] High school career Born in Provo, Utah, Collinsworth attended Provo High School, where he was a four-year starter and played for teams that won two 4A state titles. He was three times named to the first-team all-state team. As a senior, he averaged 23.7 points, 10.8 rebounds, 8.3 assists, 4.0 steals, and 2.0 blocks per game and recorded five triple-doubles.[3] He was Deseret News Mr. Basketball, Salt Lake Tribune Male Athlete of the Year and Utah Gatorade Player of the Year. He was also selected to play in the 2010 High School Academic All-A

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Kay Felder

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Kay Felder

Kahlil Ameer "Kay" Felder Jr. (born March 29, 1995) is an American professional basketball player who last played for the Raptors 905 of the NBA G League. Felder, a 5-foot-9-inch (1.75 m) point guard, declared for the 2016 NBA draft at the conclusion of his junior year at Oakland. Felder is the Horizon League career assists leader. High school career Felder attended Pershing High School in Detroit, Michigan where he was named Public School League MVP his senior season.[1] His senior year, he finished fourth in Mr. Basketball of Michigan voting.[2] He was not heavily recruited by high-major colleges and was noticed by Oakland assistant coach Saddi Washington.[2] Felder was also recruited by Akron, Southern Illinois and St. Bonaventure.[3] Oakland offered Felder a scholarship when he was a sophomore and he committed prior to his senior season. To show their commitment to him, Oakland did not recruit a point guard the season before he arrived so Felder knew there would be no competition.[4] College career

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Franklin Session

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Franklin Session

Franklin "Frank Nitty" Session (born January 23, 1989) is an American professional basketball guard for the Killer 3's of the BIG3. He is best known for his performance in the Drew League, where he has won three consecutive league MVPs. Early life Session grew up in the Watts neighborhood of Los Angeles and attended Jordan High School.[1] Originally interested in skateboarding, he did not play basketball for Jordan until his junior year when the team's head coach, Van Myers, noticed his raw athleticism.[2] Collegiate career Irvine Valley College Session began his collegiate career at Irvine Valley College, playing for one year.[2] Saddleback College After a year at Irvine Valley Session moved to Saddleback College, where he played one year and was named All-California Community College first team and MVP of the Orange Empire Conference.[2] Weber State After one season at Saddleback, Session transferred to Weber State for his junior season. He started in the same backcourt as future NBA All Star Damian

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Reggie Hamilton

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Reggie Hamilton

Reginald Lamont "Reggie" Hamilton, Jr. (born May 23, 1989) is an American professional basketball player who plays for Windsor Express of the National Basketball League of Canada. In 2011–12, his senior year at Oakland University, Hamilton averaged 26.2 points per game to lead all of NCAA Division I in scoring.[1] He scored 2,188 points between his time spent at UMKC and Oakland.[2] Early life Hamilton was born in Harvey, Illinois to Calvin Hamilton and Deborah Horne.[3][4] He attended Thornwood High School where he was a three-year varsity letter winner.[3] Twice he was named an All-SICA East Conference and all-region honoree, and in his senior season he averaged 17.7 points, 6.0 rebounds, 5.0 assists and 4.0 steals per game en route to a 23–7 overall record.[3] During his college recruitment process, Hamilton eventually decided to accept a scholarship to the University of Missouri–Kansas City (UMKC) to play for the Kangaroos.[5] College career UMKC Hamilton enrolled at UMKC in 2007 and made an immediate

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Milton Bell

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Milton Bell

Milton Sylvester Bell (born August 21, 1970) is an American former professional basketball player. High school Bell played basketball at John Marshall High School in Richmond, Virginia. In 1988, he was selected for the 1988 McDonald's All-American Boys Game.[1] College career Bell joined Georgetown University in 1988. He played 22 games as a freshman for the Hoyas, averaging 3.4 points per game. He left the team during his sophomore season, in January 1990, after appearing in 10 of Hoyas first 17 games, siding his desire for more playing time.[1] Bell transferred to the University of Richmond 16 days into the start of the 1990 spring semester. The NCAA ruled that he would have two years of eligibility for Richmond's basketball team beginning with the start of the 1991-92 season in November. On July 13, 1991, it was announced that Bell had lost all eligibility at Richmond because he was not making sufficient progress towards a degree.[2] Professional career Bell signed with Úrvalsdeild karla club KR in F

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Jordan Howard (basketball)

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Jordan Howard (basketball)

Jordan Howard (born January 6, 1996) is an American professional basketball player for the Raptors 905 of the NBA G League. He played college basketball for Central Arkansas. High school career Howard grew up in Chandler, Arizona and attended Perry High School.[1] He is the son of Chuck Howard, who played college football at Indiana and is currently the corporate wellness administrator at Grand Canyon University. Jordan's older brother, Desmond Howard, played basketball in the junior college ranks and organizes his tenacious workouts. His younger brother, Markus Howard, is a top scorer at Marquette.[2] Jordan considered going to Grand Canyon for college, but opted for Central Arkansas instead.[3] College career Howard was named Southland Freshman of the Year.[4] He averaged 19.5 points per game as a junior.[1] He had 35 points against UCLA on November 15, 2017, including the thee-point bucket to force overtime.[5] He surpassed the 2,000 point mark in a loss to Sam Houston State on January 3, 2018.[6] On J

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Josh Adams (basketball)

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Josh Adams (basketball)

Josh Adams (born November 16, 1993) is an American professional basketball player who last played for the Raptors 905 of the NBA G League. He played college basketball for the Wyoming Cowboys. High school career Adams starred at Chaparral High School where he led the Wolverines to a 5A state championship in 2012, his senior season. Adams was named MVP of the tournament. He was also named First Team All-State as well as All Colorado. His junior year, he led Chaparral to the sweet sixteen, and was named First Team All-Continental League. College career Adams played four seasons for the Wyoming Cowboys. In his junior season, the Cowboys won the Mountain West Conference Tournament, and he was named the tournament MVP and to the all-tournament team. He was also named third team all-Mountain West Conference. In his senior season, Adams averaged 24.7 points, 5.5 rebounds and 4.2 assists per game. He led the Mountain West Conference with 94 made 3-pointers, and he set the record for single season scoring at Wyomi

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Derek Cooke

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Derek Cooke

Derek Cooke Jr. (born August 23, 1991) is an American professional basketball player for the Hamilton Honey Badgers of the Canadian Elite Basketball League. He played three years of Division I college basketball for Wyoming. High school career Cooke attended Friendly High School in Fort Washington, Maryland, where he was a wide receiver on the football team and did not play basketball. An NCAA qualifier after graduating, he decided to take a year off from school and also hit a growth spurt, before enrolling at Cloud County Community College to play basketball.[1] College career Cooke spent one year at Cloud County CC. During his freshman season, he helped the Thunderbirds to a 25–8 overall record. Cloud County went 11–5 in the Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference and advanced to the semifinals of the NJCAA Division I Region VI Tournament. Cooke notched team highs of 8.4 rebounds, 1.7 blocks and 55 percent from the floor to go with 6.0 points and nearly one steal per game.[1] In 2012, Cooke transfe

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Damon Lynn

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Damon Lynn

Damon Nariq Lynn (born March 5, 1995) is an American professional basketball player for the KW Titans of the NBL Canada. High school career Lynn attended Union Catholic Regional High School, where he averaged over 24 points per game as a senior. His father, Al-Tariq Lynn, was on the 1991 Hillside High School state championship team. LIU Brooklyn was the first Division I team to offer Lynn a scholarship.[1] College career As a sophomore at NJIT, Lynn was named an honorable mention All-American by the Associated Press.[2] He averaged 17.2 points and 3.9 assists per game as a sophomore. After being diagnosed with a stress fracture in his foot in January 2015, Lynn considered sitting out the remainder of the season but decided instead to compete in games but not practices. He scored 20 points in the team's upset win over the Michigan Wolverines. The team posted an 18-11 regular season record and were invited to the CollegeInsider.com Tournament.[3] Lynn is the only player in NJIT history to amass over 1000 po

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Robert Brickey

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Robert Brickey

Robert Brickey (born December 26, 1967) is an American basketball coach who is currently the head coach of the Raleigh Firebirds of The Basketball League. High School career Brickey attended E.E. Smith High School in Fayetteville, North Carolina, and as a junior led the Golden Bulls to the championship game, where they were defeated by Hunter Huss High School.[1] In 1986, as a senior, Brickey was named North Carolina Mr. Basketball.[2] College career After graduating, he went on to play basketball at Duke from 1986 to 1990, where he was a part of three final four teams and started in the national championship game in 1990. He served as team captain in 1990 and received first team All-Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) Tournament honors in 1988.[3] In the Summer of 1987, Robert Brickey won a silver medal with Team USA at the FIBA Under 19 World Championship. The Larry Brown led group finished the tournament 5-2, and lost the gold medal game to a loaded Yugoslavian team that included Vlade Divac, Dino Rada,

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Jeremy Lin

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Jeremy Lin

Jeremy Shu-How Lin (born August 23, 1988)[2][3] is an American professional basketball player for the Toronto Raptors of the National Basketball Association (NBA). He unexpectedly led a winning turnaround with the New York Knicks in 2012, which generated a global craze known as "Linsanity". Lin is the first American of Chinese or Taiwanese descent to play in the NBA, and one of the few Asian Americans to play in the league. He is also known for his public expression of Christianity. Lin grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area and earned Northern California Player of the Year honors as a senior in high school. After receiving no athletic scholarship offers, he attended Harvard University, where he was a three-time all-conference player in the Ivy League. Undrafted out of college, Lin reached a partially guaranteed contract deal in 2010 with his hometown Golden State Warriors. He seldom played in his rookie season and was assigned to the NBA Development League (D-League) three times. He was waived by the Warrior

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Bobby Webster

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Bobby Webster

Bobby Webster (born c. 1984 in Hawaii)[1] is an American professional basketball executive, currently serving as the general manager for the Toronto Raptors in the National Basketball Association (NBA). Webster joined the Raptors in 2013, originally working as the team's Vice President of Basketball Management and Strategy, and later as the Raptors' assistant general manager. In June 2017, he was named as the team's general manager. He is the youngest general manager in the NBA.[2] Prior to joining the team, he worked for the NBA league office in New York City.[3] On June 13, 2019, Webster won his first NBA championship with the Raptors. References Spangler, Sam (February 17, 2018). "Kailua's Bobby Webster begins first season as Raptors GM in Hawaii". KHON2. Nexstar Media Group. Retrieved 3 June 2019. "Toronto Raptors promote Bobby Webster to GM". NBA.com. NBA Media Ventures, LLC. July 28, 2017. Retrieved September 23, 2018. "Bobby Webster". MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference. Retrieved Septemb

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Jodie Meeks

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Jodie Meeks

Orestes Jodie Meeks II (born August 21, 1987)[1] is an American professional basketball player for the Toronto Raptors of the National Basketball Association (NBA). He played college basketball for the University of Kentucky. On January 13, 2009, he gained national recognition by breaking the Kentucky single-game scoring record with 54 points in a nationally televised game on ESPN against Tennessee. In the same game, he broke the university's single-game three-point record by making 10 three-pointers. High school career Meeks attended Norcross High School, which he led to its first state basketball championship in 2006 under coach Eddie Martin. During his senior high school season, Meeks averaged 23.6 points per game during the regular season and 28.3 points per game during the state playoffs. Meeks was named the 2006 Atlanta Journal-Constitution Player of the Year. He was also named 2006 Gwinnett Daily Post Player of the Year, 2006 Atlanta Tipoff Club Metro Player of the Year and Player of the Month (Febru

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Eric Moreland

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Eric Moreland

Eric Moreland (born December 24, 1991) is an American professional basketball player for the Toronto Raptors in the National Basketball Association (NBA). He played college basketball for the Oregon State Beavers. High school career Following his graduation from Hightower High School in January 2010, Moreland enrolled at Ocean Academy in Bayville, New Jersey for one semester where he averaged 15.5 points and 2.6 blocks per game.[1] College career Although originally being recruited by Oregon State, Moreland signed with UTEP in January 2010 upon his graduation from Hightower High. However, following the release of UTEP's head coach Tony Barbee in March 2010, Moreland was released from his scholarship and signed with Oregon State in May 2010. In August 2010, the NCAA cleared him to play immediately with four years of eligibility.[2][3] Moreland played four games in 2010–11 before suffering a season-ending left shoulder injury against Colorado on December 4, 2010 that required surgery. On August 4, 2011, he

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Eddie Smith (basketball)

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Eddie Smith (basketball)

Eddie Jermaine "E. J." Smith (born February 17, 1983) is a retired American professional basketball player who last played for the Windsor Express of the National Basketball League of Canada (NBL). He is currently a Master Barber & Cosmetologist in Las Vegas, Nevada. College career He attended high school at Springfield Southeast High School. Smith attended Moberly Area Community College in Moberly, Missouri from 2003 to 2005 where he was a two time All-American (honorable mention and first team), Region 16 Player of the Year & Division I - National Junior College Player of the Year. In his second year, he averaged 18.2 points, 6 assists and 3.5 steals with 4.7 rebounds. Smith was also named to the NJCAA all-tournament team. In an addition he is one of just four players in Moberly Area CC history to twice earn All-America honors, even surpassing former NBA all-stars Mitch Richmond & Gerald Wilkins with that honor. Smith is also the only player in MACC history to earn NJCAA Player-of-the-Year

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Shavar Newkirk

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Shavar Newkirk

Shavar Newkirk (born May 6, 1996) is an American professional basketball player for FC Schalke 04 Basketball of the German ProA league. He played college basketball for Saint Joseph's. Early life Newkirk is the son of Sharied Newkirk and grew up in Harlem. He began playing basketball at the age of five and immediately began to love the game.[1] He attended Cardinal Hayes High School after transferring from Rice High School. As a senior at Cardinal Hayes, Newkirk averaged 18.7 points per game and led the team to back-to-back CHSAA intersectional semifinals appearances. He was named New York Daily News Bronx player of the year in 2014.[2] College career Newkirk averaged 8 points per game as a sophomore at Saint Joseph's.[3] He was the starting point guard on a team led by star DeAndre' Bembry that won the Atlantic 10 Conference and reached the 2016 NCAA Tournament.[1] As a junior, Newkirk averaged a team-high 20.3 points per game in the first 12 games. However, he was lost for the season due to a torn anter

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Kevin Ware

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Kevin Ware

Kevin Douglas Ware Jr. (born January 3, 1993) is an American professional basketball player. He is a former player for the University of Louisville. Ware received widespread media attention when he suffered an open fracture of the tibia in his right leg during an Elite Eight game against the Duke Blue Devils on March 31, 2013.[1] Early life Ware was born on January 3, 1993, in Bronx, New York, to Lisa Junior and Kevin Ware, Sr. Ware grew up with three sisters: Donna, Brittney, and Khadijah.[2] Ware and his family moved to Atlanta when he was 14, but shortly after, they moved to Rockdale County, Georgia, so the family could live in "more of a quiet area."[3] Scout and Rivals.com both listed Ware as a four-star prospect out of a possible five stars, while ESPN gave him a 92/100 rating.[4][5][6] He had a broken hand in July 2010. Ware had signed a letter-of-intent with Tennessee, but changed his mind after Bruce Pearl was fired as Tennessee's basketball coach.[7] His choices were down to Georgia and Louisville

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Doug Christie

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Doug Christie

Douglas Dale Christie (born May 9, 1970) is an American retired professional basketball player who played 15 seasons in the National Basketball Association (NBA). Standing at 6 ft 6 in (1.98 m), he played the shooting guard position. He is currently a commentator for the Sacramento Kings on NBC Sports California. Early life Born in Seattle, Washington, Christie is the son of John Malone and Norma Christie. He was raised in Seattle by his mother Norma Christie. He began playing street ball at a young age, but it was under the guidance of Mark Morris coach Dave Denny that his game took off. "Once I came there, and I put that with the street side of basketball, I noticed great strides", he said. "I was learning the basics of basketball—the things you don't learn on the playground." Christie played basketball in eighth grade at Cascade Middle School and for Mark Morris High School during his freshman and sophomore years. He had moved to Longview to live with his father, former Mark Morris track star John Mal

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Nicki Gross

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Nicki Gross

Nicki Gross (born July 24, 1989) is an assistant for the Vanderbilt Commodores of the Southeastern Conference. Summer 2015 also saw Becky Hammon get hired by the NBA's San Antonio Spurs as an assistant coach,[1] while Nancy Lieberman, the former D-League head coach and general manager of the Texas Legends, became an assistant coach for the NBA's Sacramento Kings.[2] Early life and education A native of Emerson, New Jersey, Gross graduated from the Academy of Holy Angels in 2007.[3] Gross played for Seton Hall's women’s soccer team. In 2009, she was named Big East Player of the Week and earned MVP honors at the 2009 St. John's Tournament.[4][5] Gross received a bachelor of science degree in biology. She then worked as a graduate manager for Monmouth University's men’s basketball team during the 2012-2013 season while working on her MBA degree.[6] NBA Development League Gross initially entered the NBA Development League as the Assistant Video Coordinator for the Bakersfield Jam, the NBA Development Leagu

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Ken Bannister

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Ken Bannister

Kenneth Darnell "Ken" Bannister (born April 1, 1960) is a retired American professional basketball player, from Baltimore, Maryland. At 6'9" tall he was a power forward-center. College career Bannister played college basketball at Trinidad State Junior College, Indiana State University, and Saint Augustine's College. Professional career Bannister was selected by the New York Knicks, in the 7th round (156th overall), of the 1984 NBA Draft. Bannister played in 5 NBA seasons. He played for the Knicks, from 1984 to 1986, and the Los Angeles Clippers, from 1988 to 1991. In his NBA career, Bannister played in 253 games, and scored a total of 1,501 points. His best season as a professional came during the 1985-86 NBA season, as a member of the Knicks, appearing in 70 games, and averaging 8.6 points per game. During the 1986-87 season, he played in Israel, with Hapoel Holon. External links Stats at basketball-reference.com Spanish League Profile ‹See Tfd›(in Spanish)

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TyShwan Edmondson

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TyShwan Edmondson

TyShwan DeNane Edmondson (born September 20, 1989) is an American professional basketball player who last played for the Brampton A's of the National Basketball League of Canada (NBL). He was named NBL Canada Newcomer of the Year[1] and earned All-NBLC honors in the 2014–15 season.[2] At Austin Peay State University, he earned All-Ohio Valley Conference honors in 2011.[3] High school career As a senior in high school, Edmondson played prep basketball at University Heights Academy in Hopkinsville, Kentucky under head coach Randy McCoy. Edmondson averaged 18.4 points, 6.7 rebounds, 4.3 assists, and 2.7 steals per game, powering his team to a Kentucky High School Athletic Association (KHSAA) district and regional title. Among the guard's teammates was Scotty Hopson, who would go on to play college basketball at Tennessee. Edmondson also earned most valuable player honors at the Kentucky All "A" Tournament. UHA finished the season with a 30–5 record.[4] On April 30, 2008, Edmondson verbally committed to play f

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Devonta Pollard

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Devonta Pollard

Devonta Pollard (born July 7, 1994) is an American professional basketball player for Niagara River Lions of the NBL Canada. A 6'8 power forward, Pollard played college basketball for Alabama, East Mississippi CC and Houston. High school career Pollard played high school basketball at Kemper County. Pollard was a 5-star prospect by Rivals.com and was ranked as the seventh-best small forward in his class and the 22nd best prospect in the nation by the organization. He led team to the Mississippi 3A State Championship, averaging 23.8 points, 15.7 rebounds and 5.1 blocks to earn Mississippi Mr. Basketball title. College career Pollard chose Alabama to start his college career. As a freshman, Pollard was a role player, but did had a lot of playing time. The following year, he transferred to East Mississippi Community College in order to be closer to his family. As a sophomore, Pollard averaged 12 points and 6.7 rebounds per game, being the third best scorer of the team. As a junior, he decided to join Housto

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Erick Barkley

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Erick Barkley

Erick Barkley (born February 21, 1978) is an American former professional basketball player. He was selected by the Portland Trail Blazers in the 1st round (28th pick) of the 2000 NBA Draft. Born in Queens, New York, he played high school basketball at Christ The King Regional High School and the Maine Central Institute[1] and college basketball at St. John's University along with Ron Artest. He was traded by the Blazers with Steve Kerr and a 2003 second-round pick to the San Antonio Spurs for Antonio Daniels, Amal McCaskill and Charles Smith on August 5, 2002.[2] The Spurs traded him to the Chicago Bulls on October 26, 2002, but was waived the same day.[3] Barkley is currently an assistant coach at his high school alma mater, Christ the King Regional High School.[4] Notes He's Got the Moves Off Court, Too; St. John's Point Guard Conquers a Road Fraught With Danger Spurs trade Daniels to Portland Chicago Bulls Transactions 2001-02 Legends Reeves, Barkley return to coach at Christ the King Ext

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Luther Head

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Luther Head

Luther Dale Head (born November 26, 1982) is an American professional basketball shooting guard, currently playing for the Cape Breton Highlanders, in the NBL Canada. High school Head attended Chicago's Manley Academy where he averaged over 20 points, eight assists and seven rebounds per game as a junior. Those numbers earned him All-City honors and he was selected MVP of the Blue Division of the Chicago Public League. Led by Head and head coach Bo Delaney, Manley had a perfect 12–0 record and won the conference championship in the Blue-West Division. Manley finished 26–7 overall, losing to state runner-up Chicago Westinghouse in the Public League quarterfinals. During the season, Head posted 10 triple-doubles. In a game against Chicago Wells, Head broke the city record and recorded the second-highest number of assists in a game with 25, earning Prep Player of the Week honors from the Chicago Tribune. That game also earned him Gatorade Prep Player of the Week honors. During the IHSA State Playoffs, Head sco

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Tyler Haws

Tyler Haws (born April 11, 1991) is an American professional basketball player for the Levitec Huesca of the LEB Oro. Haws was a standout high school basketball player, becoming the all-time leading scorer (1,772 points) at his school, being twice named Utah's Mr. Basketball, and winning Utah's Gatorade Player of the Year. At Brigham Young University (BYU), Haws was named the 2014 West Coast Conference Men's Basketball Player of the Year. High school career Born in Belgium, Haws grew up in Alpine, Utah before attending Lone Peak High School in Highland, Utah from 2005 to 2009. As a sophomore in 2006–07, he averaged 18.8 points per game, led the state in free-throws made with 129, and shot 81.6% from the free-throw line, with the team winning the state championship. Following the state championship game, Haws was named the 5A State Tournament MVP and later won the 5A MVP award. As a junior in 2007–08, he averaged 20.6 points, 4.6 rebounds and 3.1 assists per game as he helped Lone Peak with the state champio

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Sampson Carter

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Sampson Carter

Sampson Carter (born September 11, 1990) is an American professional basketball player for the Island Storm of the National Basketball League of Canada (NBL Canada). He played college basketball for the University of Massachusetts Amherst. High school career Carter played high school basketball at Ridgeway High School in Memphis, Tennessee where he led the Roadrunners to their fourth state title with a 34-3 record, being named the MVP the Tennessee State Tournament and also, state MVP, player of the year, all district, and all state after averaging 17 points, seven rebounds and two blocks.[1] College career In five years at Massachusetts, Carter averaged 7.1 points, 4.2 rebounds, 0.8 assists and 0.7 steals on 135 games (starting 88).[1][2] Professional career After going undrafted in the 2014 NBA draft, Carter signed with BC Prievidza of the Slovakian league on August 16, 2014.[3] However, he left the Slovak team before appearing in a game for them and signed with CAB Madeira from the Portuguese League

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Jamal Branch

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Jamal Branch

Jamal Edward Branch (born September 30, 1992) is an American professional basketball player who currently plays for the Cape Breton Highlanders of the National Basketball League of Canada. He played college basketball for Texas A&M and St. John's. High school career Branch attended Atascocita High School before transferring to Grace Preparatory Academy. As a senior, he averaged 16.4 points, 7.0 rebounds and 4.0 assists, leading Grace Prep to the state championship. For his efforts, he was selected as the district's most valuable player, he was an all-state selection and was a finalist for Mr. Basketball in the state of Texas.[1] College career Branch began his college career at Texas A&M where he played in 11 games and averaged 4.2 points, 2.5 assists and 2.2 rebounds in 18.6 minutes.[2] Before his sophomore season, he transferred to St. John's[2] where he averaged 4.8 points 2.5 rebounds and 2.4 assists in 22 minutes per game as a senior.[1][3] Professional career Los Angeles D-Fenders (2015–2

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Mark Jackson

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Mark Jackson

Mark A. Jackson (born April 1, 1965) is an American former National Basketball Association (NBA) player and coach. A point guard from St. John's University, he played for the New York Knicks, Los Angeles Clippers, Indiana Pacers, Denver Nuggets, Toronto Raptors, Utah Jazz and Houston Rockets in the NBA in a career spanning from 1987 to 2004. After retiring from playing basketball, Jackson became a broadcast commentator for ESPN and ABC alongside his former coach Jeff Van Gundy and play-by-play man Mike Breen. He also worked as an analyst for The YES Network's New Jersey Nets games. In 2011, the Golden State Warriors hired Jackson as head coach. He coached the team for three seasons, but was fired in 2014 despite leading the Warriors to consecutive playoff appearances for the first time in over 20 years. On May 17, 2014, Jackson reached a multiyear agreement to return to ESPN as a game analyst.[1] Early years Mark Jackson was born in Brooklyn, New York. Jackson was regarded as one of the nation's elite poi

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