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Archive - Jul 17, 2013

Jahlil Okafor vs. Cliff Alexander

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Chicago Sun-Times/Joe Henricksen
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Players poised to jump through window of opportunity

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Chicago Sun-Times/Joe Henricksen
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Jalen Brunson vs. Tyler UIis

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Chicago Sun-Times/Joe Henricksen
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Opening weekend winners: Part I

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Chicago Sun-Times/Joe Henricksen
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Stepping it up IU sophomores’ No. 1 goal

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Fort Wayne Journal Gazette/Sean Morrison

Hoosiers driven by expectations

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Fort Wayne Journal Gazette/Sean Morrison

LeBron James Skills Academy: Top High School Prospects

Wed, 07/17/2013 - 7:55am

By Ian Powers

Cliff AlexanderCliff AlexanderCliff Alexander, 6-9 240 PF/C Chicago, Currie, 2014. Alexander was the most dominant player at the event. He used his big, strong body and relentless motor to punish opponents around the basket and on the glass. He showed an improving offensive game that featured a nice jump hook over his left shoulder and solid 15-foot stroke.

Jackson's homecoming off to wobbly start

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Las Vegas Review-Journal/Steve Carp
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A.J. Matthews takes the long, long, long road to the NBA

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Las Vegas Review-Journal/Ron Kantowski
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