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  1. Leonard Washington now a game-changer

    Diamond Leung

    Leonard Washington has always played hard-nosed basketball, but in Wyoming, he has softened his stance on at least one issue. While with USC, the 6-foot-7 forward not-so-famously declared to the Los Angeles Times at one point that he would "never ...

    Blog | December 13, 2011
  2. McDermott father-son duo works just fine

    Diamond Leung

    COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. -- Doug McDermott has found that playing for his father at Creighton comes with its perks. The 6-foot-7 forward led the Bluejays in scoring and rebounding, with coach Greg McDermott right there on the sideline to share in h...

    Blog | June 20, 2011
  3. Houston continues rebuilding project

    Diamond Leung

    Houston announced Tuesday that it has signed Pittsburgh transfer J.J. Richardson, a 6-foot-7 sophomore forward who was looking to move back home and find more playing time. Richardson averaged about a point and a rebound in 23 games for the Panthe...

    Blog | May 17, 2011
  4. SDSU loses Kawhi Leonard and his recruiter

    Diamond Leung

    Kawhi Leonard was a game-changing player in so many ways for San Diego State. The 6-foot-7 forward averaged a double-double over the course of his two-year Aztecs career and this season helped lead them to an unprecedented Sweet 16 appearance. ...

    Blog | April 15, 2011
  5. Diamond in the Rough: Fordham Rams' Chris Gaston thankful for his...

    Diamond Leung

    An offseason car accident almost cost Fordham's Chris Gaston his life. The lessons learned from that incident are still fresh on his mind.

    Story | Conversation | January 04, 2011
  6. Wyoming adds transfer Leonard Washington

    Diamond Leung

    Former USC forward Leonard Washington will transfer to Wyoming, according to coach Heath Schroyer, who was so excited to get the 6-foot-7, 230-pounder into the Cowboys program that he tweeted the news using four exclamation points. Washington, who...

    Blog | July 30, 2010
  7. USC to get help from a two-sport big man

    Diamond Leung

    USC received an early verbal commitment from 2012 recruit Arik Armstead, a 6-foot-7, 270-pounder who plans on playing football and basketball, according to the Sacramento Bee. Assuming everything goes as planned years down the line, that means coa...

    Blog | June 21, 2010
  8. Academics cause Washington State transfer

    Diamond Leung

    James Watson had quite a life story to tell during his time at Washington State, and unfortunately for the freshman, his basketball career will now be taking a detour because of academics. Watson, a 6-foot-7 forward who appeared in 29 of the Couga...

    Blog | June 08, 2010
  9. UAB signs well-traveled 7-footer Hamga

    Diamond Leung

    UAB added 7-foot junior college center Beas Hamga to its recruiting class Thursday, and according to the school, he has a standing reach of 9 feet, 6 inches. The proof is in this photo. If Hamga's name sounds familiar, it's because he's off to his...

    Blog | May 21, 2010
  10. Pac-10 loses another transfer

    Diamond Leung

    Freshman forward Victor Rudd has received his scholarship release from Arizona State, becoming the fourth player on the team to transfer. The 6-foot-7 Rudd averaged 6.2 minutes in the 15 games he played. He's the second player in the Sun Devils' r...

    Blog | May 13, 2010
  11. Report: Washington State's Casto arrested

    Diamond Leung

    Washington State sophomore forward DeAngelo Casto was reportedly arrested for assault early this morning. Casto, a 6-foot-8 sophomore, earned All-Pac-10 honorable mention honors and was the Cougars' leading rebounder this season. He averaged 10.7 ...

    Blog | March 26, 2010
  12. Arizona's 'Spy Kid'

    Diamond Leung

    Patrick Finley of the Arizona Daily Star has an excellent feature today on Wildcats freshman walk-on Ross Davidson, whose parents are retired Secret Service agents. Davidson, a 6-foot-7 forward, is still hoping to get into his first game for Sean ...

    Blog | January 18, 2010