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  1. The curious case of Guerdwich Montimere

    Diamond Leung

    The story of Jerry Joseph made headlines a year ago because the Permian high school basketball star living the life of a standout athlete wasn't in fact Jerry Joseph. His real name was Guerdwich Montimere, and Montimere was a 22-year-old claiming he ...

    Blog | July 11, 2011
  2. Illinois brightens the day for teenager

    Diamond Leung

    A small gesture from the Illinois coaching staff recently made a big impression on a local high school basketball player. Cameron Reicheneker's father reached out to the Illini last week to see if his son, who is scheduled to begin chemotherapy th...

    Blog | January 04, 2011
  3. Prep games moved out of college arenas

    Diamond Leung

    High school kids across the nation are being prevented from playing at some of college basketball's most famous arenas on short notice. Event organizers aren't happy, and preps players and coaches are disappointed they have to reschedule games and wo...

    Blog | December 12, 2011
  4. Incoming 9th-grader has scholarship offers

    Diamond Leung

    Stephen Zimmerman is a 14-year-old who stands 6-foot-10 and possesses basketball skills not usually exhibited by a child of his age. Before even having played in a single high school game, he already has been offered scholarships by two of the premie...

    Blog | July 25, 2011
  5. Butler adds Indiana student as walk-on

    Diamond Leung

    Elliott Kampen was a regular freshman at Indiana who missed his old high school playing days, and now he's getting an opportunity to join up with one of the best college basketball programs in the land by transferring to Butler. According to The S...

    Blog | June 13, 2011
  6. Terrence Jones supports LeBron James

    Diamond Leung

    LeBron James turning "The Decision" into a media spectacle was really a not-so-unfamiliar sight to college basketball observers. After all, by now we're immune to watching high school kids stroke their own egos and drum up their own level of exciteme...

    Blog | July 13, 2010
  7. Utah releases two players

    Diamond Leung

    Utah, coming off a 14-17 season, has granted releases to Jordan Cyphers and Matt Read. Cyphers, a 6-foot-4 swingman who in high school was named Mr. Basketball in Kansas, averaged 8.4 minutes in his sophomore season. Read, who began his career ...

    Blog | March 25, 2010