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  • Calvert Hall grad Damion Lee chooses Louisville over Maryland, others

    After a month of unabated good news, Maryland men’s basketball coach Mark Turgeon finally got a jolt of reality Thursday when highly sought Drexel transfer Damion Lee (Calvert Hall) announced that he was going to Louisville. Lee informed Evan...
  • Jabari Parker keeping focus on future with Bucks

    Jabari Parker keeping focus on future with Bucks
    Jabari Parker did something radical when his rookie season with the Bucks came to a sudden end: He unplugged. Shortly after tearing the ACL in his left knee in mid-December, Parker canceled his data plan. He received no text messages for nearly a month....
  • After 22 years off, Terps and Hoyas on schedule for next two

    Shortly after Mark Turgeon took over at Maryland in 2011, he called John Thompson III at Georgetown. Turgeon wanted the Terps to play the Hoyas for the first time in years, but knew it would be some time before his team would be on the same level as...
  • Second-degree rape charge against Melvin Scott dropped

    Second-degree rape charge against Melvin Scott dropped
    Durham, N.C., County District Attorney Roger Echols said Wednesday that his office dismissed a second-degree rape charge against former North Carolina player Melvin Scott (Southern-Baltimore) this week. Scott, 33, was arrested in November. A Durham police...
  • Prep school a viable option for Waukegan hoops star Jachai Taylor

    Prep school a viable option for Waukegan hoops star Jachai Taylor
    Last Friday night, during the Lake County Senior Shootout all-star basketball game, each participating player was asked about his plans after graduation. When it was Jachai Taylor's turn to answer, the 6-foot-5 Waukegan senior who was named the game's...
  • Chas Brown, BCCC forward and Poly grad, commits to Albany

    Chas Brown, BCCC forward and Poly grad, commits to Albany
    Chas Brown was tired and discouraged. Two years removed from starring for Poly’s boys basketball team, Brown found himself installing cable for Comcast, taking some classes at Howard Community College, and adjusting to life as the father of a...
  • UF coach Billy Donovan reportedly drawing interest from Oklahoma City Thunder

    UF coach Billy Donovan reportedly drawing interest from Oklahoma City Thunder
    Oklahoma City's decision to fire coach Scott Brooks Wednesday has renewed speculation Gators' coach Billy Donovan might leave for the NBA after 19 seasons at UF. Yahoo Sports reports Donovan is expected "to become a serious candidate" of the opening,...
  • Simpkins recalls last Maryland-Georgetown game

    Simpkins recalls last Maryland-Georgetown game
    For good reason, Duane Simpkins can remember the last regularly scheduled Maryland-Georgetown game “like it was yesterday.” The former Terps point guard also has clear memories of his game-winning shot to beat the Hoyas in overtime at USAir...
  • UConn Recruits Adams, Enoch Impress On Opposing All-Star Teams

    UConn Recruits Adams, Enoch Impress On Opposing All-Star Teams
    NEW YORK — Jalen Adams was riding the train into New York, and the idea of playing in the Jordan Brand Classic was sinking in. "I was amazed," he said. "Growing up, you see people you know playing in it, and it was like, 'Gee, the Jordan Brand...
  • All-Ivy Forward Shonn Miller Will Finish Career At UConn

     All-Ivy Forward Shonn Miller Will Finish Career At UConn
    STORRS — Shonn Miller, who will graduate from Cornell in May, will finish his college basketball career as a grad student next season. The 6-foot-7 Miller, who averaged 16.8 points and 8.5 rebounds last season and was named first-team All-Ivy...
  • Parents, don't get too wrapped up in the game

    There was a significant response to last week's column, almost universally positive. From what I can tell, everyone involved knows the system is broken; but, most either feign fear of not being able to succeed if they break from the pack, or they choose...