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    MSBA Super 80 Basketball League
    Written by Andre Whitehead
    Tuesday, 21 August 2007


    Erik Buggs

    Memphis will be the site for this new Fall Basketball League venture.

    The Mid-South Basketball Academy is forming this league to "promote player development; as well as, keeping our players out of trouble by occupying their idle time during the off season".

    The games will commence on September 4th and run through a playoff round ending on October 3rd.

    The potential rosters of the eight teams in this new venture as sent to me by the director are as follows:

    No game sites were provided.

    SPURS:

    Jason Jones (Ridgeway)

    Lawrence Bowers (St. George's)

    Trey Payne (Manassas)

    Anthony Jones (Raleigh-Egypt)

    Terrence Durham (Craigmont)

    Chris Downey (Ridgeway)

    Ben Norfleet (Raleigh-Egypt)

    Curtis Lee (Kirby)

    Blake Daniels (Braircrest Christian)

    Cordero Macklin (Ridgeway)



    PACERS:

    Joe Jackson (Whiten Station)

    Elgin Lee (Braircrest Christian)

    Johnny Williams (Braircrest Christian)

    Danny Harris (White Station)

    Mardracus Wade (Mitchell)

    Denario Robertson (Hamilton)

    Cedric McAfee (Carver)

    Martin Mitchell (CBHS)

    Nathan Rucker (Melrose)

    Mike Rose (MUS)



    GRIZZLIES:

    Elliot Williams (St. George's)

    Carlos Denton (Hamilton)

    Jeremy Holmes (Raleigh-Egypt)

    Bobby Parks Jr. (St. George's)

    Andre Boone (White Station)

    Chris Crockett (Ridgeway)


    Quentin Partee (Fairley)

    Jacob Arnett (Tipton Rosemark)

    Robert Schaffer (Sheffield)



    HEAT:

    Leslie McDonald (Braircrest Christian)

    Malcolm Burton (Kirby)

    Tim Peete (Central)

    Marquette Murrell (White Station)

    Derrick Mason (Fairley)

    Marvin Williams (White Station)

    Darryl Marshall (Wooddale)

    Harry Greene (White Station)


    Frankie Brougher (CBHS)

    Melvin Brooks (Northside)



    SUNS:

    Farrakohn Hall (White Station)

    Timothy Ware (BTW)

    Chris House (Kirby)

    Reginald Buckner (Manassas)

    Joseph Northington (Southwind)

    Chris Crawford (Sheffield)

    Drew Barham (CBHS)

    Justin Harris (Hamilton)

    Kaylon Durham (White Station)

    Brad Luckett (CBHS)



    CAVALIERS:

    Sampson Carter (Ridgeway)

    Anthony Sanford (ECS)

    Tyler Stone (Central)

    Darius Page (Southwind)

    Zach Jones (Craigmont)

    Marvin Veasey (Raleigh-Egypt)

    Ian Clark (Germantown)

    Matthew Nichols (Ridgeway)

    McCoy Polk (Wooddale)

    Tarik Black (Ridgeway)



    LAKERS:

    Terrico White (Craigmont)

    Ronald Brown (Raleigh-Egypt)

    Erik Buggs (Mitchell)

    Adonis Thomas (Melrose)

    Jarvis Jones (Mitchell)

    A.J. Cunningham (Cordova)

    Marquis Wilson (Wooddale)

    Larry McGaughey (BTW)

    Travis Bridges (BTW)

    Dominique Shellman (Ridgeway)





    BULLS:

    Arnette Moultrie (Raleigh-Egypt)

    Gregg Wooten (Briarcrest Christian)

    Masceo Harmon (Central)

    Telvin Wilkerson (Melrose)

    Reggie Fondren (Raleigh-Egypt)

    Rockeem Henderson (Kirby)

    Darrell Neal (Mitchell)

    Johnny Dunavent (Bolton)

    Patrick Coleman (White Station)

    Aparecio Peggins (White Station)

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    UPDATE LANG PO!!!!

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    9/4/07

    Week 2 of the CBL's NDBL Division was better than the week before. All three games were entertaining, especially the last one! Guys were throwing down monster dunks, and others were nailing three pointers from all other the gym! Two teams got their first wins, and two others remained undefeated.The first game of the day featured the Altitude and RiverDragons. It was a close game for the most part, until the Altitude pulled away late for a 56 - 45 victory. With less than 4 minutes to go in the game, it was a 3 point game (41-44) in favor of the Altitude; that's when 5'10" Ivan Denson's bucket sparked a 10-4 run that sealed the deal for the 0-2 RiverDragons. The Altitude was led by Jalen Jackson with 17 pts, 12rebs, and the Riverdragons were led by Chris Jones (Shadowlawn) for the second week in a row with 17pts......In the second game the Dazzle outlasted the Flight, 75- 65 in a game of huge runs! Led by Adonis Thomas two spectacular dunks, the Dazzle would jump on top of the Flight early in the game by double digits. That's when Cameron Golden went on a run of his own scoring 9 sizzling points in a row, two deep threes and a "and 1", to cut into the deficit 24-19. After that Chris Jones (Melrose) led the Dazzle on a 21-5 run to close out the half and extend its lead to 45-24. Halfway through the second half, Golden, along with Alex Anderson, put on a serious hoops clinic, and helped the flight take the lead 53- 52! Not to be outdone, both Jones and Thomas would regroup and lead the Dazzle down the stretch and outscore the Flight 22-13. The Dazzle would go on to win and remain undefeated! Chris Jones and Adonis Thomas scored 25 pts and 23 points, respectively for the Dazzle; and Cameron Golden poured in 33 pts and Alex Anderson added 18 for the Flight....In the final game of the evening and perhaps the most exciting game, the Flame erased a 22 point halftime deficit and beat the RimRockers 52-48 in overtime! The RimRockers totally dominated the first half of this game 27- 5 behind the superior play of Bobby Parks Jr. and Andre Boone The second half was a entirely different story, or shoould I say a "Joseph Northington Story"!That's right, Joseph Northington single handedly destroyed the RimRockers in the second half! How ever they wanted it, he gave it to them! I don't recalled him missing a shot that half; it was incredible! With the Rimrockers more concern with individual offensive performances rather than playing defense, Northington led a furocious comeback, with help from Cedrick McAfee's. With 4 seconds left in regulation and trailing 41-44, Northington drilled a uncontested three point shot to send the game into overtime! In overtime, the flight would outscore the RimRockers 8 - 4 and pick up their first win, 52-48, in dramatic fashion. One Question....Where was the DEFENSE??? It seemed as if certain players were doing their very best not to defend Northington or anybody else! Northington would lead the Flame with 33pts, 9 rebs, Outstanding!........Guys, a little word of advice: Offense is going to be there. Any and everybody can probably score, but what about DEFENSE? Have some PRIDE and play some DEFENSE!!! Michael Jordan wasn't just a prolific scorer he was a super defender! multiple 1ST team NBA All Defensive team awards as well as being named Defensive Player of The Year!. Kobe Bryant is just the same! Kobe plays DEFENSE just as well as he plays offense! THE HOOP REPORT would really like to see more DEFENSE played in this league! DEFENSE is part of your game, so work on it!!!!!



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    9/6/07

    Opening night at the Super 80 League the Spurs beat the Suns 78-65. Jason Jones from Ridgeway was the game high 26 points white Laurence Bowers chipped in with 16pts and 12 rebs, Trey Payne pitched in 10pts. In a losing cause Reggie Buckner finished with 19pts 14rebs and Farrakhan Hall ranked 51 nationally had 14pts. Gentry Hines chipped in with 11.

    The Lakers beat the Grizzlies 85-78 with no time on the clock when sophomore Ronald Brown from Raleigh Egypt knocked down the first shot of a 1 and 1.The Lakers were lead by Terrico White’s game high 26pts, Valparaiso committee Erik Buggs finish with 15pts and Darrell Neal chipped in with 11pts. The Grizzlies were lead by Ken Torrey and Marquette Murrell with 16 points. Freshman Bobby Parks Jr. poured in 11.

    September 5, 2007

    Pacers beat the Cavs 95-80. The pacers were lead by super sophomore Joe Jackson with 32 points and 9 assist and Elgin Lee with 26 points. Mardracus Wade rained in 19pts and 6 steals. Sampson Carter scored 31pts in a losing cause, Edwin Dorsey finish with 21 and Cedric MacAfee had 11 pts.

    Heat beat the Bulls 85-78 behind 16th nationally ranked junior Leslie McDonald's 28 pts., soph Tim Peete scored 16 and Melvin Brooks finished with 12. The Bulls were led by Tonye Smith with 22, 6'7" Zach Ricketts from St. Benedict had 16pts and 11 rebs. Greg Wooten chipped in 14 pts and 8 assist.
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    this little bobb parks is gaining attention in the US. he might end up in one of the NCAA Div.1 school. Most likely WVU, VU or VCU.
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    could be the first pinoy to play in NBA he was born in RP right?? he'll be a big addition in the RP NT in the future...

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    we better get him in our youth team now even for just one tournament. If he get's invited to play for the US youth team... bye bye!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hawke12
    could be the first pinoy to play in NBA he was born in RP right?? he'll be a big addition in the RP NT in the future...
    he was born in rp, live in rp and speak tagalog. however, playing in the NBA is still a longshot. he's still young at 14 and hopefully he can grow taller up to 6'10" since he is listed at 6'4" right now. he's a big shoo in for future rp team that if he's inclined to play for us.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ankle breaker
    this little bobb parks is gaining attention in the US. he might end up in one of the NCAA Div.1 school. Most likely WVU, VU or VCU.
    Or he might choose to stay in his hometown and play for Memphis instead. Memphis has a much stronger program than any of those listed above. Additionally, his dad played for the same school when it was still known as Memphis State.
    Keep running, big boy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JonarSabilano
    Or he might choose to stay in his hometown and play for Memphis instead. Memphis has a much stronger program than any of those listed above. Additionally, his dad played for the same school when it was still known as Memphis State.
    for him to develop further this would be his best move

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    Practice report, Oct. 10

    The Tigers held their final pre-preseason practice on Wednesday, and it was indeed a unique experience. The 15 Chinese coaches were all there, sitting along a wall at the Finch Center, scribbling notes and getting translation from Xia Song, who I wrote about in today’s newspaper article and in my previous blog entry. Plus, camera crews documenting the journey were all over the place. The Tigers’ usual media continent was there as well, along with a reporter from Slam Magazine in town working on a feature. The Tigers had several other visitors, including Bobby Parks and his son, Bobby Parks, Jr., who is one of the best young players in the city. I had a long talk with Chris Woolard, who is in charge of men’s basketball for Conference USA. He said the league’s TV schedule should come out sometime next week.

    As for the practice itself, it once again felt like a late November or December practice. Freshman point guard Derrick Rose seems to get better each time I see him. Point guard Andre Allen has a sprained thumb on his right hand, but he’s playing through it. Guard Antonio Anderson’s wrist is bothering him, but he also practiced. At one point, I thought forward Pierre Niles was going to pass out from exhaustion after a drill. But to his credit, Niles took a minute to collect himself, went back in and finished practice.

    One moment that stood out was when sophomore Doneal Mack went into traffic, made a nifty up-and-under move and finished a layup with his right hand. Remember, Mack is left-handed. At this point one year ago, Mack couldn’t make an uncontested layup with his right hand, much less a difficult one. It was such an impressive move, John Calipari had to stop practice for a minute and say to no one in particular, “Whooo…if he’s doing that with his right hand…Wow.” Calipari also got pumped up when forward Shawn Taggart executed a very nice-looking give-and-go to Joey Dorsey cutting in from the backdoor. It was the kind of play that showed Calipari that Taggart indeed has good instincts and skills.

    And finally, I got a little preview of Memphis’ new uniforms. Don’t expect anything much different than what they were last year. The striping on last year’s uniforms actually did not meet NCAA specification. Since that was adidas’ goof, the NCAA let Memphis and a couple other teams who were wearing that uniform template finish the year with it. Basically, this year’s edition is the same uniform with some adjustment on the stripes.

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    well i think he can be member of the rp team 2009!
    youngest player ever played in the rp team!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Project_Olympics
    well i think he can be member of the rp team 2009!
    youngest player ever played in the rp team!

    just hope also that he wont be picked to play for team usa.
    Mabuhay Team Pilipinas!

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    2011 PRESEASON PLAYER RANKINGS
    This is our first ranking of the 2011 Class. This class is loaded with talent! I first would like to congratulate everyone that made this list and encourage others to work harder. We will update the rankings late January, early February. The list will be expanding to 75 players in the summer. This list was formed after carefully evaluating players during games,*Fall leagues*and AAU tournaments. We at*THE HOOP REPORT*take pride in not being biased to any high school, AAU program or sneaker affiliation. Enjoy the list and remember this is just the beginning and continue to play hard. To the fans, THIS IS JUST OUR OPINION AND SHOULD BE TAKEN AS SUCH!
    RK Name HT Pos**********School
    1. Andre Boone**6'2" WF White Station High- Super athlete, pick your poison, can hurt you inside and outside, physical, 'out of the gym' hops, great defender
    2. Cedrick McAfee 6'3" WF Treadwell High- The most athletic player in this class, can definitely score, very explosive, great hops, attacks basket with ferocious attitude.
    3. Bobby Parks Jr 6'3" WF ST. George's- Athletic wing, can score inside and out, highly skilled offensive player4. Darious Page 5'10" *PG Southwind High- Hard nose, do-it-all PG, great PG instincts, monster mid-range game, poor man's Baron Davis
    5. Chris Jones 5'10" PG****Melrose High- Joe Jackson prototype, at 5'10" very explosive scoring machine, can score from anywhere, mid range magician, long range bomber,
    6. Adonis Thomas****6'5" WF Melrose High- Gifted athlete, at 6'5" probably has the most potential in this class, excellent rebounder
    7. Joe Northington 6'1" SG Southwind High- Silky smooth slasher that can score in bunches
    8. McCoy Polk 6'5" PF Craigmont High- Nimble 'Big man' that can hurt you facing the basket or with his back to it, superior lowpost moves
    9. Telvin Wilkerson 6'3"**PF Melrose High- The 'Man Child" very strong and physical with great presence in the post
    10. Denzel Hardy 5'11" SG Southwind High- Underated & undersized SG than can score with the best of them, excellent mid-range game
    11. Marvin Williams 6'4" C White Station High
    12. Micah Teed 6'1" WF ECS
    13. Tevin Cox 6'1"***SG B.T.W. High
    14. Antonio Seals 6'0"***PG Craigmont High
    15. Ivan Denson 6'0" *WF MUS
    16. Brian Douglas 6'1" SG Briarcrest Christian
    17. Montarius Brown***6'0" SG Ridgeway High
    18. Tristen Hicks 6'1" PF Cordova High
    19. Darri Dowdy *5'5" PG Woodale High
    20. Darius Page 5'6" PG Southwind High
    21. Steven Kasper 5'8" PG ECS
    22. Richard Morgan******6'0" WF Southwind High
    23. Tevin Smith 6'0" WF Marrion JR.High (Marion, AR)
    24. Terrick Hill 6'0" WF Southwind High
    25. Hasani Madlock******5'10 SG Middle College
    26. Phillip Mays 6'0" SG Woodale High
    27. Donavon Humphrey 6'3" PF Southwind High
    28. Arthur Jackson********6'0" SG*****Wonder JR. High( AR)
    29. Corey Franklin*********5'8" SG Southwind High
    30. Reggie Williams******5'11" SG Ridgeway High
    31. Chris Borrows**********5'8" PG Craigmont High
    32. Victor Lester*************5'9" PG Germantown High
    33. Michael Isabelle*******5'9" SG MUS
    34. Adrain Herenton*****5'10" PG White Station High
    35. Jalen Jones***************5'2" PG Southwind High
    36. Alvertis London******5'3" PG Southwind High
    37. Vasquez Haynes*****5'10" SG M.A.S.E.

    PLAYER RANKINGS ARE BASED ON PERFORMANCES*DURING*THE SPRING/ SUMMER CIRCUIT (AAU, MAYB 7 VARIOUS LEAGUES & CAMPS), AND DURING THE SCHOOL SEASON.
    PLAYERS WILL NOT BE RANKED SOLEY ON HOW MANY POINTS HE SCORES. HE WILL ALSO BE RANKED BASED ON HOW WELL HE PLAYS HIS PARTICULAR POSITION; HIS KNOWLEDGE OF THE GAME; HIS EFFECT ON TEAMMATES AND THE GAME ITSELF; HIS ATTITUDE;*DESIRE FOR THE GAME; AND LAST BUT NOT LEAST, HIS FUTURE POTENTIAL & UP SIDE.*

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    2011 PRESEASON PLAYER RANKINGS
    This is our first ranking of the 2011 Class. This class is loaded with talent! I first would like to congratulate everyone that made this list and encourage others to work harder. We will update the rankings late January, early February. The list will be expanding to 75 players in the summer. This list was formed after carefully evaluating players during games,*Fall leagues*and AAU tournaments. We at*THE HOOP REPORT*take pride in not being biased to any high school, AAU program or sneaker affiliation. Enjoy the list and remember this is just the beginning and continue to play hard. To the fans, THIS IS JUST OUR OPINION AND SHOULD BE TAKEN AS SUCH!
    RK Name HT Pos**********School
    1. Andre Boone**6'2" WF White Station High- Super athlete, pick your poison, can hurt you inside and outside, physical, 'out of the gym' hops, great defender
    2. Cedrick McAfee 6'3" WF Treadwell High- The most athletic player in this class, can definitely score, very explosive, great hops, attacks basket with ferocious attitude.
    3. Bobby Parks Jr 6'3" WF ST. George's- Athletic wing, can score inside and out, highly skilled offensive player4. Darious Page 5'10" *PG Southwind High- Hard nose, do-it-all PG, great PG instincts, monster mid-range game, poor man's Baron Davis
    5. Chris Jones 5'10" PG****Melrose High- Joe Jackson prototype, at 5'10" very explosive scoring machine, can score from anywhere, mid range magician, long range bomber,
    6. Adonis Thomas****6'5" WF Melrose High- Gifted athlete, at 6'5" probably has the most potential in this class, excellent rebounder
    7. Joe Northington 6'1" SG Southwind High- Silky smooth slasher that can score in bunches
    8. McCoy Polk 6'5" PF Craigmont High- Nimble 'Big man' that can hurt you facing the basket or with his back to it, superior lowpost moves
    9. Telvin Wilkerson 6'3"**PF Melrose High- The 'Man Child" very strong and physical with great presence in the post
    10. Denzel Hardy 5'11" SG Southwind High- Underated & undersized SG than can score with the best of them, excellent mid-range game
    11. Marvin Williams 6'4" C White Station High
    12. Micah Teed 6'1" WF ECS
    13. Tevin Cox 6'1"***SG B.T.W. High
    14. Antonio Seals 6'0"***PG Craigmont High
    15. Ivan Denson 6'0" *WF MUS
    16. Brian Douglas 6'1" SG Briarcrest Christian
    17. Montarius Brown***6'0" SG Ridgeway High
    18. Tristen Hicks 6'1" PF Cordova High
    19. Darri Dowdy *5'5" PG Woodale High
    20. Darius Page 5'6" PG Southwind High
    21. Steven Kasper 5'8" PG ECS
    22. Richard Morgan******6'0" WF Southwind High
    23. Tevin Smith 6'0" WF Marrion JR.High (Marion, AR)
    24. Terrick Hill 6'0" WF Southwind High
    25. Hasani Madlock******5'10 SG Middle College
    26. Phillip Mays 6'0" SG Woodale High
    27. Donavon Humphrey 6'3" PF Southwind High
    28. Arthur Jackson********6'0" SG*****Wonder JR. High( AR)
    29. Corey Franklin*********5'8" SG Southwind High
    30. Reggie Williams******5'11" SG Ridgeway High
    31. Chris Borrows**********5'8" PG Craigmont High
    32. Victor Lester*************5'9" PG Germantown High
    33. Michael Isabelle*******5'9" SG MUS
    34. Adrain Herenton*****5'10" PG White Station High
    35. Jalen Jones***************5'2" PG Southwind High
    36. Alvertis London******5'3" PG Southwind High
    37. Vasquez Haynes*****5'10" SG M.A.S.E.

    PLAYER RANKINGS ARE BASED ON PERFORMANCES*DURING*THE SPRING/ SUMMER CIRCUIT (AAU, MAYB 7 VARIOUS LEAGUES & CAMPS), AND DURING THE SCHOOL SEASON.
    PLAYERS WILL NOT BE RANKED SOLEY ON HOW MANY POINTS HE SCORES. HE WILL ALSO BE RANKED BASED ON HOW WELL HE PLAYS HIS PARTICULAR POSITION; HIS KNOWLEDGE OF THE GAME; HIS EFFECT ON TEAMMATES AND THE GAME ITSELF; HIS ATTITUDE;*DESIRE FOR THE GAME; AND LAST BUT NOT LEAST, HIS FUTURE POTENTIAL & UP SIDE.*

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    Class of 2011: Summer Risers
    Written by Andre Whitehead
    Tuesday, 19 August 2008


    Who shined in 2011 this summer.

    A really good group of rising sophomores (Class of 2011) made big noise with their efforts on the hardwood.

    Galen Campbell (Bearden)

    Andre Hollins (White Station)

    Kedren Johnson (Marshall County)

    Nino Johnson (Melrose)

    Chris Jones (Melrose)

    Jacob Lloyd (Westview)

    Malcolm and Martin Smith (Clarksville Academy)

    Cory Billingsley (Sweetwater)

    Adonis Thomas (Melrose)

    Ray Parks (St. George's)

    Lester Wilson (Knoxville Carter)

    Cedric McAfee (Craigmont)

    Weldon Garlington (Brentwood Academy)

    Kendall Anthony (Liberty Tech)

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    Super 80 Ready For Action....New Schedule and Roster Changes
    Written by Andre Whitehead
    Friday, 29 August 2008

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    Memphis fall league begin next week.

    Mid-South Basketball Academy presents the second annual Super 80 Fall League. The schedule has been revamped and some roster changes have occurred, lets try to catch everyone up.



    Schedule:

    September 6th

    12:00 Suns vs. Heat

    1:00 Cavs vs. Grizzlies

    3:00 Bulls vs. Pacers

    5:00 Lakers vs. Spurs



    September 13th

    12:00 Bulls vs. Grizzlies

    1:00 Pacers vs. Cavs

    3:00 Suns vs. Spurs

    5:00 Heat vs. Lakers



    September 20th

    12:00 Suns vs. Lakers

    1:00 Bulls vs. Cavs

    3:00 Spurs vs. Heat

    5:00 Grizzlies vs. Pacers



    September 27th (Playoffs)

    October 4th (Semi-Finals)

    October 11th (Finals)


    There will also be a girl's Super 80 that plays on the same nights during the regular season at 2 and 4, check them out as well, they deserve your support.



    East Division

    Cavs

    Bulls

    Grizzlies

    Pacers


    West Division

    Heat

    Lakers

    Suns

    Spurs


    Potential Rosters (These are subject to change)


    Heat

    Alex Anderson

    Jalen Selmon

    Frankie Bougher

    LeMelvis Davis

    Harry Green

    Tim Peete

    Bryant Reems

    Marvin Williams



    Lakers

    Tim Allen

    Nathan Rucker

    Rodnerius Lewis

    Dierre McElroy

    McCoy Polk

    Terrence Durham

    Octavious Ellis

    Myron Johnson

    Cedric McAfee

    Ray Parks Jr.




    Pacers

    Tarik Black

    Michael Chatman

    Joe Jackson

    Darryl Marshall

    Adonis Thomas

    Mardracus Wade

    Damian Wooten



    Spurs

    Rahiem Hart

    Trey Draper

    Russell Hill

    Ivan Denton

    Darrian Gray

    Caderrio Macklin

    Todd Mayo

    Corean Pearson

    Davon Hayes

    Darious Paige



    Suns

    Tyler Stone

    Montrell Crawford

    Marcus Crawford

    Masceo Harmon

    Evan Devould

    Cameron Golden

    Tevin Cox

    Darius Paige

    Darryl Wright



    Cavs

    Ronald Brown

    Kris Brewer

    Ian Clark

    Blake Daniels

    Denzel Hardy

    Zach Jones

    Jeremy Holmes

    Ladarius Turner



    Bulls

    Hakim Anderson

    Patrick Coleman

    Johnny Dunavent

    Apparacio Peggins

    Will Martinez

    Carlos Denton

    Gregg Wooten

    Whit Thornton

    Quinton Sawyer



    Grizzlies

    Reggie Fondren

    Farrakohn Hall

    James Hampton

    Darry Dowdy

    Andre Hollins

    Tristan Hicks

    Raul Aguala

    Steadman Hurdle

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    looks like i've seen 2 different post here. one had ray parks is from ridgeway and the other one is st. georges. which one is correct, ridgeway or st. george?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ankle breaker
    looks like i've seen 2 different post here. one had ray parks is from ridgeway and the other one is st. georges. which one is correct, ridgeway or st. george?
    I believe he's playing in st. George's Gryphons.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ankle breaker
    looks like i've seen 2 different post here. one had ray parks is from ridgeway and the other one is st. georges. which one is correct, ridgeway or st. george?
    Quote Originally Posted by nardong_putik
    Before I'm also confused why he is listed on Ridgeway school and in the other forum site about memphis basketball some member informed me that it was a mistake and Ray Parks will still play at St. George
    Quote Originally Posted by joesmoove059
    I believe he's playing in st. George's Gryphons.
    thanks for the inputs and clarifications guys.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ankle breaker
    looks like i've seen 2 different post here. one had ray parks is from ridgeway and the other one is st. georges. which one is correct, ridgeway or st. george?
    Before I'm also confused why he is listed on Ridgeway school and in the other forum site about memphis basketball some member informed me that it was a mistake and Ray Parks will still play at St. George

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