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[24 Aug 2008 | No Comment | ]
Tucson Summer Pro League Championship/Slam Dunk 2008

The Tucson Summer Pro League wrapped up another successful season with some high flying diversions and a three point contest….oh, and a Championship game between the first place Powerade team and the second place Moore Law Firm squad. The Powerade team, led by Donte Williams 31 points and 7 rebounds, took the title by putting League MVP Corey Starks Moore Law Firm away in the final minute 93-89.

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[12 Jul 2008 | No Comment | ]
Tucson Summer Pro League July 6th 2008

The Tucson Summer Pro League was in full swing over the summer in a new venue with lots of hoop talent on display. The league, formed by former UofA player Corey Williams, moved from St. Gregory’s and set up shop in the Northwest Center. The center is located at 2160 N. 6th Ave and is more centrally located for all B-ball fans. The league is sanctioned by the NCAA and allows collegiate and high school players to participate alongside NBA players and other top athletes.
Corey has done a great job …

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[10 Jun 2008 | No Comment | ]
Tucson Summer Pro League

The league has moved from St. Gregory’s to the Northwest Center this season. I’m looking forward to checking it out. The action is fast, the guys are big and the talent is awesome.

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[8 Jun 2008 | No Comment | ]
Lute Olson UofA Basketball Camp

The UofA Basketball Camp was loaded with players from across the Southwest. High School and Club teams filled the courts on campus June 6th-8th. It’s fun to watch the difference between the freshman and varsity. The diversity of talent can be pretty big. I don’t think it’s too uncommon to get lopsided scores in the 50+ range. Then there are games like Salpointe’s win with a three pointer at the buzzer. Good stuf for sure! Nick Johnson, a 6-foot-2 guard from Gilbert High, only a sophomore this fall, and Terrell Stoglin, a 6-1 …