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When C.J. Fair, Rakeem Christmas and Dajuan Coleman entered the Utica College gymnasium Monday night, King of Kings summer basketball league founder and Master of Ceremonies Doneilous King announced their presence to the crowd gathered to watch.
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A few football related topics popped up late Monday night and early Tuesday, so here's a rundown of all of them.
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Shamarko Thomas has clearly had one of the roughest, if not the roughest journey to the NFL in this draft class.
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Clark Lea was one of the final additions to Scott Shafer's coaching staff in January, coming to Central New York to coach linebackers after one season at Bowling Green.
Continuing a string of prospect evaluations for the June 27 NBA Draft, the Jazz will hold two sessions again Tuesday at Zions Bank Basketball Center.
The Portland Trail Blazers held their ninth predraft workout Monday , taking a closer look at a group of second round NBA draft hopefuls at the team's practice facility in Tualatin.
It doesn't make sense to within the first few months throw the entire kitchen sink of NFL verbiage at a kid.
The Syracuse Orange football team landed a commitment from a Colton Moskal, a middle linebacker from Lake Zurich High School in Illinois.
One committed to Nevada and played for a week before his football career fizzled after a concussion and a misunderstanding .
Mar 28, 2013; Washington, D.C., USA; Syracuse Orange guard Brandon Triche shoots a layup in the first half against the Marquette Golden Eagles during the finals of the East regional of the 2013 NCAA tournament at the Verizon Center.
Syracuse basketball fans have come to expect nothing short of excellence from their team, and Jim Boeheim's Orange have a lot of potential in the 2013-14 college basketball season.
Stanton Kidd wants to win and compete against the best. The former North Carolina Central forward informed The Coloradoan on Saturday of his decision to transfer and attend CSU.
But at 6-foot-6, surely he's at least four inches shorter than any player the Thunder might want.
In terms of the 2014 recruiting class, Syracuse was luck to strike early by nabbing a commitment from five star power forward Chris McCullough on November 5th of 2012.
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