Archive | April, 2014

NorthPointe Christian’s Khadim Dieng Pledges to Western Michigan

30 Apr

??????????Western Michigan is on the rise not only in the State of Michigan, but the MAC conference as well.  Steve Hawkins and his staff guided the Broncos to a share of the MAC regular season title, and clinched a trip to the NCAA tournament by winning the conference tournament.  However, the offseason thus far has provided another win for the Broncos, securing a pledge from 7 foot Grand Rapids NorthPointe Christian center, Khadim Dieng.

Dieng, who transferred from the prestigious Oak Hill Academy school in Virginia during his senior summer, was deemed ineligible by the MHSAA for competition in the 2013-2014 high school basketball season.  However, Dieng had already made a name for himself to colleges prior to the season.  Dieng was a member of the Grand Rapids Storm AAU basketball club, who are one of Michigan’s most respected teams year-to-year.  Traveling across the midwest and nation to partake in tournaments nearly every weekend, it was hard for colleges not to discoever ding.  Tall, long armed, quality athlete, and a potential to only improve as he becomes more seasoned to playing basketball.  Khadim was fortunate enough to receive scholarships from schools like Seattle and UMass-Lowell, to go along with several other MAC and D2 schools.  But what made Western different according to Dieng was a sense of family, and commitment from the Bronco coaching staff.  Grand Rapids is less than an hour away from Kalamazoo, which will give his host family plenty of opportunities to watch Khadim compete in college.

“I have a good relationship with the coaches, I know they are gonna take care of me, and I like the campus too.”

Despite all the negativity and obstacles Khadim has had to overcome to get to where he is today, Khadim is grateful for Western Michigan in giving him an opportunity to play next year.  Dieng even stated that even if he was allowed to play this year, he thinks he would still have decided on the Broncos if they offered him a chance to play for their program.

Khadim relishes the day where he can be seen as just another member of team, having to sit out a year of a sport he loves was hard for him.  But now, the pressure is off, and he is now like any other college athlete, ready to prove himself worthy of competing on the division one level.

“I feel good now, I’m ready to do whatever they ask me to do.”

Interview with Detroit Renaissance 2016 guard Justin Turner

29 Apr

Detroit Renaissance 2016 guard Justin Turner is one of the elite scorers in Michigan.  Turner, who plays with the Michigan Mustangs- Carson 16u team, talks past high school season, current AAU circuit, and gives a recruiting update at the Adidas Spring Classic in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Michigan Players Play Well in Indy

28 Apr

1161The Adidas Spring Classic, an NCAA Certified Event, in Indianapolis, Indiana featured some quality talent from the State of Michigan.  As the only Live Recruiting Period of the Spring AAU circuit, it was important for players to compete at a high level in order to gain recognition from colleges.

6’3″ Detroit Renaissance guard Justin Turner is quietly raising himself to the top in Michigan’s Class of 2016 running with the Michigan Mustangs 16u – Carson.  Turner is one of the most dynamic scorers in the Michigan as a state, as he displayed at the tournament all weekend.  Justin had his three point shot going, attacking the rim in transition with some sweet moves to the basket finishing with both hands on either side, and scoring with his always solid transition mid-range game.  For as much as he is a scorer, Justin is an improved passer, and playmaker as a true point guard.  Turner is a good athlete on defense, and has a solid IQ for the game of basketball.  Turner received his first collegiate offer at the conclusion of the tournament, coming from Central Michigan.

A teammate of Justin Turner is 6’9″ forward/center Austin Davis on Onstead High School.  When you’re the tallest and strongest player on the court, you’re almost guaranteed to dominate the game in some fashion, which Davis did in the victory over MBA Select.  Davis was unable to get a consistent offense game going on offense, except for a dunk or two, but made up for it on defense.  His long arms allow him to challenge or block shots in the paint and haul rebounds at the highest point, to go along with his solid frame allow him to dominate shorter opponents on the block.  Davis has the potential to increase his athleticism and agility, which would then bring about a higher motor to effect a greater amount of plays.

Walled Lake Western’s Jerald Booker continues to enjoy a terrific Spring AAU circuit for his 17u Michigan Playmakers squad, who captured the Bronze championship this weekend.  Known more as a distributer in the high school season, Booker has repeatedly shown he has the potential to score for himself.  Jerald contributed quality games throughout the tournament, including a 20 and 19 point performances in pool play.  Jerald is an inside out scorer, he got to the rim and finish at the rim absorbing contact from taller defenders and finishing with either hand, hit a few pull-up jump shots, and was hard to stop from three point land when he saw one go through.  Overall, Booker has a nice feel for the game, he can handle to ball against opposing team’s press defense, and made limited turnovers throughout the weekend.  Never gives up on plays, and is also a good defender on the opposite side of the floor, he senses and slips picks well.  Nearly all GLIAC schools will be on this guard in the upcoming months.

Other standouts:

Darryl Porter, Walled Lake Western, Michigan Playmakers 17u:  The 6’0″ shooting guard Porter shot the three point ball relatively well throughout a good majority of the tournament, connecting on four three pointers in the teams first game coming off screens.  But also made some nice drives to the basket when his shot wasn’t falling.  Plays with toughness, his defense is also a work in progress, he has a tendency to get out of place when the team plays zone.

John Flowers, Walled Lake Western, Michigan Playmakers 17u: Another Walled Lake Western guard, John throughout the tournament came in and provided quality minutes for his team off the bench on both ends of the guard.  His best game being a 17 point performance against Indy Force Black.  Flowers likes to attack the rim off the dribble and finish on either side of the rim when he is on offense.  But when John is on defense, he is hard to get around upon for opposing teams guards.  Plays fearless, and is primed to have a big summer if he continues to play his role on the team.

Grant Gilbert, Birmingham Groves, Michigan Playmakers 16u:  Grant’s best game came against DSO Sports where hit had 16 points, and dished out a few assists for his team’s victory.  Although his mechanics might need a little work, he was effective when he let it go nailing three or four.  He also showed the ability to put the ball on the floor, and create plays for himself or for his teammates on the drive.  High IQ defender, and rarely is found out of place on the court.

2015 Henry Ford’s Josh Davis’ Player Profile

25 Apr

josh​•​Height, Weight, and position?

6’5, 175, Guard

​•​High School, Summer team and Graduation Year?

Detroit Henry Ford High School, 1Nation, 2015

​•​Players you try to model your game after?

Kevin Durant

​•​Important Stats

Past season average stats: 17ppg, 4assist, 7rebs, 2stls, 3blks

​•​Most memorable game in your career so far?

Against ABT, had a career high 38 points with the win to send us to the state playoffs in a positive way.

•​How did this past high school season go for you and your team?

Started off strong and ended the season not as planned going into playoffs. Made it to the district championship and lost to country day. Had a decent season compared to last season, going to continue to build and get better going into next season.​

•​Colleges that you would like to attend?

I don’t have a specific college just want to attend a school that I feel comfortable, happy, and is going to prepare me to be successful in my career.

​•​Colleges that have shown interest in you so far?

Offers: Eastern Michigan, Rhode Island Interest: Detroit-Mercy, Michigan, Oakland, Akron, Bucknell, California-Davis, Harvard, Kent State, Northeastern, Stanford, Toledo, Wayne State (MI.), Buffalo

​•​What makes you unique from other players at your position?

My height, length, ability to shoot the ball, and most important my work ethic .

​•​Strengths and areas you are improving in?

Gaining some muscle, ability to create my shot off the dribble, and explosion.

​•​Goals for the upcoming AAU season?

Getting exposed to more colleges, getting better as a player and a leader, and also playing against and with the best,

​•​What role do you see your self having this year for your team?

Being a leader on and off the floor, helping my teammates get better as a player and helping them academicly. That is my main goal is to make sure my teammates graduate on time.

​•​What will a coach be getting out of you at the next level?

My hardwork and dedication, playing my role and doing whatever it takes to help the team to WIN.

​•​What will will go into your decision about choosing a college?

Location, academics, and relationship with the coach before attending.

​•​Most influential person in your life? Why?

My parents because they been behind me ever since I put a ball in my hand. They taught me how to become the person I am today. They pushed me in the classroom and the basketball court.

​•​Legacy you want to leave at your school?

I want people to know that no matter where you grew up or tough times that you went/going through everything is possible, don’t ever stop and don’t let anybody tell you you can’t do something. Use that as motivation to push yourself even harder.

​•​Where do you see yourself in 15 years?

I see myself in the NBA, happy, with no worries

​•​Highlight Tape

​•​Fun/ interesting fact about you?

I’m funny and a great person to be around.

​•​Awards, Accomplishments, other comments?

Sophomore second team all state and honorable mentions

​•​Academic Information

3.8 academic gpa

​•​Contact Information

Twitter: @JMD3_


Michigan Invitational: Day Two Recap

20 Apr


To go along with junior and underclassmen talent, championship Saturday at the Michigan Invitational featured a variety of unsigned seniors playing well as their AAU days dwindle down.

Oak Park and Oakland Elite senior 6’2″ wing Ja’Christian Biles, a Youngstown State commit, is playing as a senior to get some games in due to not playing the first semester of the past high school season.  Biles was in attack mode all day long, looking to get his shot off against any defender.  He’s a high volume perimeter shooter, that can create space off the bounce with an aggressive handle.  Ja’Christian is also an above the rim finisher and exceptional athlete, as he got up for a few empathic alley-oops and dunk on the fast break.  His athleticism will transition well to the up-and-down pace of the college game.

While most of the attention during University of Detroit Jesuit’s season was placed on sophomore guard Cassius Winston, the Cubs have another 2016 in 6’0″ combo guard Billy Thomas, who runs with Stars Basketball.  In the high school season, Thomas was primarily the shooting guard, coming off screens and picks to get a shot off.  While he can still do that in an AAU setting, Thomas has proved he can run the point for a team early on in the Spring.  He knows how to create space off the bounce with crossovers and hesitation dribbles, from either the mid-range and three pointer and then fire with a quick release.  When he is in a rhythm, the kid doesn’t miss, shooters shoot, I overheard the head coach of one opponent during a game say anybody who can guard him get out there.  With his jump shot falling, Thomas also showed the ability to run the team. He got both his shooters and post players involved throughout a good majority of the games.

University of Detroit Jesuit received two Nigerian transfers to start the school year, however both were ruled ineligible by the MHSAA shortly before the 2013-2014 season started.  2017 6’9″ forward Gregory Eboigbodin, a fellow member of Billy Thomas of Stars Basketball, has improved tremendously from high school open gyms from September and October.  He’s was a real force in the paint all day as the Stars won the 16u Gold Crown, rebounding at a high level, dominating the paint defensively, challenging shots, and finishing around the rim off of nice setups from teammates.  Greg was also not afraid to shoot a mid-range jump shot in the paint a few times, and made a few.  Once his athleticism, agility, speed, and lateral quickness catch up to his body, Egoigbodin will be a dominant low post player for years to come at U of D.

Romulus unsigned 2014 senior Kris Clyburn ran with Reach for a few games on the day.  The 6’4″ Clyburn sustained an injury in the team’s win over King James 16u, but played well beforehand and showed why he’s a division one recruit.  Clyburn can shoot the three pointer, but his ability to attack the basket has improved to most in about a year span.  He caught the ball on the wing a few times, and drove the ball aggressively looking to score with the left hand at the rim.  Clyburn is also a very good athlete on the defensive side of the floor as well, as he got up for a few blocks to protect the rim a few times.

Other standouts on the day:

Oakland Elite 2014 guard Armiontez Ivory: Efficient shooter from three and in.

Oakland Elite 2014 guard Tommie Johnson: Played fearless all game long, crashed the boards and got after it on defense.

Reach 2015 guard  Jaylin Walker: Athlete who glides with ease, and kept defenders honest from three. High motor, and competes on every play.

Stars Basketball 2015 guard Gary Collins: Underrated guard/wing defender in 2015, good pull-up mid-range jump shooter with momentum.

Grand Rapids Storm 2015 guard Deleon Brown: Three point marksman from both sides of the court off the catch and off the bounce from with the left hand.

Reach 2016 guard Terrence Sewell: Looks to punish defenders whenever he has the ball, attacks the rim at will.

Michigan Mustangs- Woodruff 2016 guard Kyle Woodruff: One of the best three-point shooters in attendance.  Can cross half-court and let it go.

Ravens 2014 guard Armand Cartwright: Solid floor general who understands when to get his points, and when to facilitate to his teammates.

Reach 2016 guard Danny Pippen: Stretch forward with range to three, not afraid to crash the boards as well.

Michigan United 2015 guard Andia Marsh: Bull of a point guard, attacks the rim fearlessly and never shys away from contact.   Also very court savy and good decision maker.


Michigan Invitational: Day One Recap

18 Apr

Day one of the Michigan Invitational featured a good mix of established prospects, as well as a few new up-and-comers who are eager to cement a name for themselves early in the grassroots season.

The Michigan Playmakers are a rising team in Michigan, and have the individual talent to back up that claim.  17u 6’0″ point guard Jerald Booker is one of the most underrated guards in the 2015 statewide class.  Booker took control early in the Playmakers win over Grand Rapids Storm White.  He scored five of the teams first eight points, and came away with a few steals.  What stood out about Booker was his court vision, while he has the ability to score if necessary , Jerald has quality court vision and passing skills with the ball in his hand on the break, or either in the half-court.  With Booker scoring 16, making a few contested mid-range jump shots and drives, and dishing out a healthy amount of assists, the man Booker was primarily setting up was 6’4″ forward Marcus Bailey.  While Bailey is a standout football prospect for Walled Lake Western, he still has some skills on the hardwood.  Whenever there is a rebound in the air, Bailey can be found in the general vicinity of the ball.  He almost never shys away from contact, plays solid post defense, and can step out a few times and make a jumper.  Combined with his athleticism from football, Marcus has the potential to be a mismatch anytime he steps on the court.

Reach Legends 15u 5’9″ point guard Armonee Felder plays for more than just individual glory, he competes for family pride.  His dad was a former star at Detroit Pershing, and his older brother, Kahlil, was a Mr. Basketball candidate a season ago and a standout on the Oakland Grizzlies as a freshman.  In Reach’s game vs. Hype Athletics, in the first quarter, Felder struggled to get his offense side of the ball going, however, the second half was a different story.  Armonee is a quick-cutting lead guard that has the ability to jack-knife his way to the paint and then the rim to finish.  He’s a creative passer at times, gets to wherever he wants to on the floor with ball handling, and plays with poise most freshman at his age don’t have.  Once he got his rhythm going offensivly, it was a how do you want it style of attack, sag off of me, then take this three.  Felder is no doubt the next of great players to come out of Pershing.

Reach 17u is loaded with some of the best 2015 guard/wing talent in the state, which was the difference in their win over Michigan Mustangs-Eubank.  6’7″ wing Jeron Rogers led the team with 26 points, he’s a good stretch forward that can play both inside and outside, but did most of his damage on the perimeter with four three pointers in the win.  Romulus’ 6’2″ shooting guard Jaylin Walker has the potential to be the most athletic player on the court whenever Reach plays a game.  He glides through the air with ease, but can take a hit or two at the rim to finish through contact.  Walker is another solid shooter off the catch for Reach when he sees one go through the rim early.  Pershing’s Marquel Ingram is quietly having himself an outstanding Spring portion of AAU.  Although he only scored 14 points in the win, Ingram made a statement with his defense.  He picked up the opposing teams point guard full-court and came away with a few turnovers, but overall disrupted the timing of the offense and plays.  Marquel is another dangerous shooter from Reach on the perimeter, either off a pass or off the dribble into a  three.

Michigan United’s 2015 shooting guard Cameron Dalton is fresh off of Bloomfield Hill’s first ever Breslin Center appearance, but there is no content in Dalton’s play.  In fact Dalton has improved upon his production from the high school season.  For Bloomfield Hills, Dalton was primarily the three point shooter used to stretch the floor for star Yante Maten.  However, things have changed in AAU.  Cameron is still a deadly three point shooter, but Dalton’s ability to run the point and make plays for his team stood out in the team’s win over Parallel-45.  Dalton can handle the ball efficiently, and surprisingly finished through a few hard hit’s and the rim for some and-one opportunities.  Cameron had 16 points in the aforementioned win.

Michigan United other 17u team features many of the players from the former Program Elite 16u squad.  6’8″ forward Nick Perkins was a standout on the team last season, and is well off to having another quality Spring AAU season this year.  The lefty Perkins, who holds several division one offers as of now, is a solid, well-built, dynamic forward that can hurt the other team in a variety of ways.  In the first half, Nick made a few nice low post ups giving his guards the ability to lob the ball over the top for easy dunk opportunities.  Take that away, and Perkins will find another way to beat you.  His jumper has improved significantly in just over a year, from what used to be a midrange game to now a three-pointer.  But make no mistake, Nick can still score down low amongst bigger defenders.  He likes to go over his left shoulder with a baby-hook, and can get a rebound offensively for a putback.  Nick stood out on defense as well.  Vs. King James Shooting Stars 17u, Nick was matched up against one of the best sophomores from Ohio Derek Funderbirk, and held him well below his usual dominant self.  Nick will play a crucial role in Michigan’s United overall team success this season.

Romulus’ Sevann Williams Looks for Big AAU Circuit

18 Apr

Romulus High School has cemented itself as a perennial state contender in Class A.  The Eagles won the 2012-2013 state crown, and have made five trips to the Breslin Center in the last ten seasons.  The program has also produced some of Michigan’s best players.  From Jerrett Smith (2005), William Clyburn (2008), Justin Moss (2011), Ray Lee (2012), to Wes Clark, EC Matthews and Leo Edwards (2013), the talent pool is never dry at Romulus.

The 2013-2014 Romulus Eagles had high hopes for defending their state title captured a year ago, however were unsuccessful, falling to U of D Jesuit in the quarterfinals.  Regardless, the Eagles once again captured the Western Wayne Athletic Conference title, district and regional titles.  The 2013-2014 campaign also served as a building block for the future of Romulus.  The aforementioned Jerrett Smith took the head coaching job once long time lead man Nate Oats departed to become an assistant for Buffalo in the college ranks.  And while the Eagles took their bumps and bruises during the season, Romulus can rest assure the future of their program is in good hands of a plethora of good players, including 5’8″ point guard Sevann Williams.

Sevann made the transition from JV to varsity his sophomore season, a large part was due to Williams being a member of coach Jerrett Smith’s undefeated JV 2012-2013 team. Sophomores general do not start on high school varsity teams, as was the case with Williams.  However as the season progressed, Sevann steadily gained a larger role with the team, and by the end of the season Williams was regularly playing in the vital moments of a number of contests.

In an era of basketball where the points guards of today were the small forwards of tomorrow (i.e. Michael Carter-Williams and Tyreke Evans), Williams is in the minority regarding desired height for the position.  But when you’re a smaller guard, you need something that can use to your advantage against taller opponents such as quickness.  Williams notes his best attribute is his ability to get into the lane and create for his teammates.

“I’m quick and can get to the bucket, but a weakness I’d say is the height disadvantage I have.”

He models his game after Kyrie Irving, for ball handling and shot creating ability, and Isaiah Thomas for the fact his height showed anybody can make it with the right determination and work put in.

The 2016 class in Michigan has the potential to become one of the best the state has ever produced.  With the likes of Josh Jackson and Cassius Winston at the top, to go along with a variety of point guards and shooting guards receiving the majority of college recruiting attention, it is easy for players like Williams to go under the radar considering he has only played on season of varsity basketball.  Williams said he believes U of D Mercy and Wright State are the only colleges currently expressing interest.  But for Sevann, playing at a high level is important to him because he wants to prove to people height does not determine the quality of a basketball player.

“I’m not even ranked (in the 2016 class rankings),” Williams had to say.  “I don’t think no one really even knows Sevann Williams, (I’m) trying to make a name for myself with basketball.”  “I honestly think I can comet with any of them (players in 2016) without all the hype.”

Before Sevann and his Romulus Eagles can compete for the 2014-2014 Class A state championship, there is a long Spring and Summer portion of AAU basketball on the Horizon.  Williams is a member of the Reach Legends program, one of the top travel basketball programs in the area, who have distinguished alumni such as Michigan State’s Keith Appling.  AAU primarily gives kids an opportunity to improve before the school season begins, and while it is nice to win games and tournaments, Williams will use travel basketball as an chance to “make the right plays, and controlling the ball more efficiently.”

Expectations will once again be high at Romulus next season.  The Eagles return dynamic scoring guard Jaylin Walker, point guard D’Angelo Hansbro, as well as developing low post forward Rio Washington.  To go along with some promising JV talent for next year, when Williams was asked about his expectations for the 2014-2015 Romulus Eagles, he was clear and to the point stating, “A state championship.”


Interview with Baldwin 2015 Guard Brandon Childress

17 Apr

Baldwin’s Brandon Childress recruiting stock has rose tremendously since the beginning of his junior season.  Childress has hauled in offers from universities including West Virginia, Dartmouth, and Rhode Island just to name a few.  In this interview, Childress updates his recruitment, individual skill set, and plans/goals for the remainder of the AAU season.

Country Day’s Taylor Graffa Talks College of Wooster Commit

9 Apr


How does it feel to commit to Wooster?

  • Really good, I’m happy to be committed and I’m looking forward to the next four years.

What were some other schools recruiting you and what made you want to attend Wooster?

  • I was recruited by Washington University (in St. Louis), Occidental College, Wittenberg University, Hope College, Albion College, and Catholic University. I chose Wooster because it was the best fit. They have a high reputation academically and are known for their stellar basketball program. They are the winningest basketball program out of D1, D2, and D3 since 2000. I really like that the town of Wooster supports the team with an average of 2500 fans a night. Their coaching staff has built a great program and they do things the right way. Plus their players have outstanding character and are close with one another.

What is your relationship with the coaches at Wooster and do you know any of the players already there?

  • I have a good relationship with the Coach Moore and Coach Cline, and I did an overnight visit awhile back, so I know a couple of the guys, especially the underclassmen.

Did you visit the campus already? If so, what did you like about it?

  • Wooster has a big campus for being a small school, and has a nice downtown next to it with a lot of places to eat. Plus they recently renovated a lot of their academic buildings, and their athletic facilities are on par with a lot of Division One schools.

What makes you unique as a player? What will Wooster be getting out of a player like you?

  • I’ll add my outside shooting ability, but I can also play defense and I’m a good passer/decision maker as well. Wooster will be getting a player that has the ability to spread a defense out because of my shooting ability, and I’ll be able to knock down a lot of shots for them.

Talk a little bit about your career at Country Day. What was it like winning a state title your junior season?

  • My junior year was definitely a special year, winning a state championship and it was Coach Keener’s last year. I made a close bond with the team, especially the juniors and seniors. And playing on such a talented team made me a better player because I had to play against Edmond Sumner (Xavier) and Austin Price (Lehigh) every day in practice, so they’re a big reason for my growth as a player.

What will you look to add to the Wooster program?

  • I’ll be coming in, ready to be a leader and to work hard right away to get ready to for the opportunity to contribute to an already amazing program.

Who would you like to thank the most for getting you to where you are today?

  • I’d like to thank God for putting me in this situation and my parents for supporting me through the process and giving me the opportunity to attend Country Day. I’d also like to thank Coach Keener for mentoring me through high school and beyond, and thanks to Coach Bray for helping me grow my senior year as a leader and as a player. And thank you to the coaching staffs of both teams for developing my skills as a player. Finally, Id like to thank Christien Wright (Amherst College) for being a great friend and helping me through the recruiting process.

Grosse Pointe South’s Gordie Post talks Albion Commit

9 Apr
How does it feel to commit to Albion?
            -It feels great to have finally made my decision. It makes me feel as if I have put myself in a great position to succeed in my future.
What were some other schools recruiting you and what made you want to attend Albion?
       The top two schools my recruitment came down to were Albion College and Benedictine University (Illinois).   I felt most comfortable with the coaches, players, and college as a whole.
What is your relationship with the coaches at Albion and do you know any of the players already there?
       I really like the coaches.  They were generous enough to come watch me play a lot, and I took a overnight visit to campus a couple weeks ago and got to stay with the players and play in a open gym.
Did you visit the campus already?  If so, what did you like about it?
       Ive visited campus a couple of times and like the historic feel of the buildings and the size of campus.
What makes you unique as a player? What will Albion be getting out of a player like you?
       Being able to stretch the defense by being able to shoot the 3-pointer, but also play in the post.  An extremely hard worker who puts the team before myself.
Talk a little bit about your career at Grosse Pointe South. 
-.Was apart of senoir class who experience a 5-15 junior season and left our mark as the first team to win a Mac championship in more than 10 years and went 15-6 our senior year.  Excelled my senior year under first year head coach Troy Glasser.  First Team all Mac-Blue.
What will you look to add to the Albion program?
A Hard working team player with high basketball I.Q with the desire to win
Who would you like to thank the most for getting you to where you are today?
My parents, and Head Coach Troy Glasser who’ve I’ve known since fourth grade CYO basketball.
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