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Re: SEC Basketball All-Time Teams during the Arkansas Era
« Reply #900 on: September 16, 2017, 05:12:51 am »

All-Time Teams for each current SEC school based solely on what the players did in the NBA/ABA during the Arkansas era ('91-present).

Ole Miss

Justin Reed SF, scored 472 points in 3 NBA seasons with his second season his most productive. Reed as a freshman helped Ole Miss make their only Sweet Sixteen appearance as a freshman. He made one of the All-SEC teams each of his four seasons in Oxford. He is currently battling spinal cancer.

Ansu Sesay SF, scored 401 points in 4 NBA seasons with his third season his most productive. Sesay was the SEC's POY in 1998 the year Ole Miss was 4-seed in the NCAA-T and had beaten eventual national champ UK in Lexington. Sesay missed a FT that set up Bryce Drew's buzzer beater upset win for Valpo.
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Re: SEC Basketball All-Time Teams during the Arkansas Era
« Reply #901 on: September 19, 2017, 05:39:01 am »

All-Time Teams for each current SEC school based solely on what the players did in the NBA/ABA during the Arkansas era ('91-present).

Mississippi State

Erick Dampier C, averaged 7.4 and 7.1 in 15 NBA seasons ending in 2012. Dampier averaged 14.5 and 9.3 in his junior and final season at State, helping them win the SEC Tournament over regular season undefeated and eventual national champion UK and make the Final Four for the only time in school history. College basketball PBP gradually began to pronounce his last name the way his family intended.  By the end of the season, some basketball analysts were pronouncing the ABA all-time leading scorer and Hall of Famer, Louie Dampier's surname the same way as Erick's (accent on second syllable).

Lawrence Roberts PF, averaged 3.8 and 3.6 in 87 NBA games across two seasons. He is currently playing in Turkey. He was second round, 55th overall draft selection in 2005. A transfer after the Baylor murder scandal, Roberts did not have to sit out and made an immediate impact for State.  He was the 2004 SEC POY and 1st Team All-American averaging 17 and 10.  He averaged 17 and 11 in 2005. Roberts recorded State's first triple double (points, rebounds, and assists) in a non-conference game while wearing a mask to protect a broken nose.

Arnett Moutrie  PF, UTEP transfer played 59 NBA games in two seasons ending in 2014.

Jarvis Varnado C, State's all-time shot blocker played 37 games in two NBA seasons ending in 2014.

Tang Hamilton played 98 NBA minutes in 2002.

Dontae' Jones, the sixth man spark on State's '96 Final Four team played 91 NBA minutes in '98.

Derrick Zimmerman, State's great PG from the early 2000's had a cup of coffee in the league.
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Re: SEC Basketball All-Time Teams during the Arkansas Era
« Reply #902 on: September 24, 2017, 06:31:28 am »

All-Time Teams for each current SEC school based solely on what the players did in the NBA/ABA during the Arkansas era ('91-present).

Auburn

Marquis Daniels '99-03  SEC POY ... 10th on Auburn’s all-time scoring chart with 1,530 points in only three-and-a-half years … as a senior in 2002-03, led the SEC in steals (2.3), ranked second in scoring (18.4), fifth in field goal pct. (.513) and 10th in assists (3.3) … Auburn’s all-time leader in steals with 208... After 10 season NBA career ('04-'13), he is one of 8 Auburn alum to play over 10,000 minutes and score over 4,000 points.

Moochie Norris  '94-95  All-SEC 3rd Team... crowd favorite as he averaged 12.5 points, 4.9 assists, 4.0 rebounds and 1.8 steals ... team captain and named as the team’s MVP ... played a team-high 1,009 minutes, averaging 34.8 per game as he started 27 of 29 contests ... tied for third in the SEC with 4.9 assists and tied for fifth in the league with 1.8 steals ... had a 1.93:1 assist-to-turnover ratio to rank sixth in the SEC ... was ranked in seven SEC stat categories ... played senior season at West Florida... 2nd round pick, 13-season NBA career recorded over 1,200 assists.

Toney Douglas  '04-05  Transferred to Florida State to play point guard and set the ACC record for steals. 1st round NBA pick in '09. In 8 NBA seasons, recorded 349 steals.

Pat Burke '94-97  Burke became the first Irish born player in NBA history when he signed a contract with the Orlando Magic in 2002. Scored more NBA points and played more minutes than Chris Porter.  Made his mark in the Euro leagues.

Chris Porter  '98-00 '99 SEC Player of the Year, 2x All-SEC... lead Auburn to the SEC Championship with a 29-4 record and the school’s only No. 1 NCAA Tournament seed … led the Tigers to the 1999 NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 … One of only two first-team All-Americans in Auburn history … named to the John Wooden Award, Basketball Times and College Hoops Insider All-American first-teams in 1999 … selected to the Associated Press and U.S. Basketball Writers Association All-American second-teams in 1999. Porter reportedly accepted $2500 to save his mother from being evicted from her home and claimed he did not know the person was affiliated with any sports agency.
Porter played 51 games in the NBA during the 2001 season.

Mamadou N'diaye '96-00  All-SEC 3rd Team ... left Auburn as the school’s all-time career blocked shots leader with 241 and is now currently second … currently eighth on Auburn’s career rebounding chart with  798 … member of Auburn’s 1999 SEC Championship team that went 29-4 and was a No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament … helped team advance to the 1999 NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 … 26th NBA pick, 5-year career totalled 69 games and 858 minutes.

Jamison Brewer  '99-01  '01 3rd Team AP All-SEC ... NBA career ('02-'05) played 468 minutes.

Adam Harrington '00-02  NC State transfer is one of fewer than 20 Auburn players to play in the NBA (19 games and 111 minutes in 2003 after leaving Auburn following his junior season).  Averaged 15.5 points and 2.4 assists in 2001 for Auburn.

Aaron Swinson  '91-94  2x All-SEC ... 12th on Auburn’s all-time scoring chart with 1,386 career points in only three seasons … ranked seventh on Auburn’s all-time list with a 16.9 points per game scoring average … second on Auburn’s all-time field goal percentage (.609) chart, just behind Charles Barkley’s (.626) … averaged 20.7 points and 8.1 rebounds while shooting 63 percent from the field as a senior in 1993-94.  Played 9 NBA games and 51 total minutes in 1995.
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Re: SEC Basketball All-Time Teams during the Arkansas Era
« Reply #903 on: September 27, 2017, 04:49:41 am »

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Chuck Person suspended without pay following arrest; university 'saddened, angry'


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Auburn assistant coach Chuck Person was suspended without pay, effective immediately, the university announced Tuesday afternoon. The suspension comes following Person's arrest after facing six federal charges, including corruption, stemming from an FBI investigation into NCAA corruption.

"This morning's news is shocking," the university said in a statement released Tuesday that was also posted to president Steven Leath's Twitter account. "We are saddened, angry and disappointed.... We are committed to playing by the rules, and that's what we expect from our coaches. In the meantime, Auburn is working closely with law enforcement, and we will help them in their investigation in any way we can."

Auburn head coach Bruce Pearl was previously scheduled to meet with the media on Wednesday to discuss the start of practice, which begins Friday, but that has since been canceled in wake of the Person news.

Multiple university officials confirmed to AL.com on Tuesday night a report by 247Sports that the school has hired Birmingham law firm Lightfoot, Franklin and White to conduct an internal review of the men's basketball program. That law firm is the same one hired by Auburn president Steven Leath last month to conduct an extensive review of the school's softball program in wake of allegations of sexual harassment and abuse under former coach Clint Myers and associate head coach Corey Myers.

Person has been on Pearl's staff at Auburn since 2014, joining the program after a stint as the associate head coach for the Jeonju KCC Egis in the Korean Basketball League. He was promoted to Auburn's associate head coach in May 2015 after spending his first season as an assistant coach.

A former All-American, Person is Auburn's all-time leading scorer with 2,311 career points and is the third-leading rebounder in program history. He led the program to within one game of the Final Four in 1986, and following a 27-year career as a player, assistant coach and front office executive in the NBA, Person returned to Auburn to be part of Pearl's staff.

Person has been known for his prowess on the recruiting trail.
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Re: SEC Basketball All-Time Teams during the Arkansas Era
« Reply #904 on: September 28, 2017, 05:50:44 am »

Person played in the NBA for 14 years and was a star at Auburn. That's all gone now


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College basketball players are unpaid, but that doesn't mean they don't have value. Somebody had to cash in, and that somebody, according to the FBI, was Chuck Person.

Person tried to use his position and influence to allegedly defraud the university that helped make him a legend. In their complaint, federal prosecutors described Person as a sleazy predator of his sport, and arrested him on charges of bribery, corruption and fraud. The FBI, using a cooperating witness trying to beat down his own federal crimes, pinched Person with an undercover investigation that spanned from Auburn to New York.

The whole scheme started with Birmingham native Rashan Michel, a former NBA referee who now specializes in tailoring bespoke suits for professional athletes. Michel was approached by the FBI's cooperating witness and told the witness, a financial manager, that college basketball coaches would be willing to accept bribes in exchange for funneling future NBA players to the financial manager's practice. Michel, the suit maker, told the FBI's cooperating witness "specifically about a particular coach" at Auburn whom he "knew would agree to do so."

That coach was Person, who ended up accepting more than $90,000 in bribes over a 10-month period.

It was enough to level an avalanche of evidence upon Person's head, and all but buried his lofty position as one of the greatest basketball players to come out of Alabama.

"Today's arrests should serve as a warning to others choosing to conduct business this way in the world of college athletics," said Bill Swinney, the New York FBI assistant director. "We have your playbook."
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About that 80-year maximum sentence Chuck Person is facing
« Reply #905 on: September 29, 2017, 04:59:10 am »

 Tom Green‏Verified account @Tomas_Verde 11h11 hours ago

About that 80-year maximum sentence Auburn associate head coach Chuck Person is facing in this FBI investigation... http://www.al.com/auburnbasketball/index.ssf/2017/09/could_chuck_person_really_face.html


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Auburn associate head coach Chuck Person is facing six federal charges that include bribery and conspiracy stemming from a widespread FBI investigation into the corruption of college basketball.

Person, Auburn's all-time leading scorer, was one of 10 people arrested early Tuesday as part of the years-long investigation that was covert until Tuesday morning. He is charged with bribery conspiracy, solicitation of bribes and gratuities, conspiracy to commit honest services fraud, wire fraud, conspiracy to commit wire fraud and travel act conspiracy.

If convicted of all six charges, Person could face a maximum sentence of 80 years. It's a sentence that eight of the 10 arrested on Tuesday could face, while the other two -- Christian Dawkins and Munish Sood -- face a maximum of 200 years in prison.

Although the figure seems lofty given the crimes alleged to be committed, odds are that Person won't face a sentence nearly as steep if he is convicted on all six counts.

"(It's) about as likely as me being named as Chuck Person's successor as assistant basketball coach at Auburn," said Barry Pollack...
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Re: SEC Basketball All-Time Teams during the Arkansas Era
« Reply #906 on: September 30, 2017, 08:14:36 pm »

All-Time Teams for each current SEC school based solely on what the players did in the NBA/ABA.

Georgia

Caldwell-Pope, SG, Over 30 mpg in his first three seasons averaging 11.7 ppg.

Jarvis Hayes SG, averaged over 23 mpg in his six seasons ending in 2010.

Shandon Anderson SG-SF, Willie's brother scored over 5,000 points in his ten year career averaging 7.8. He won an NBA title in 2006. He had over 1,500 career points in 4 seasons at UGa never averaging over 15.0 ppg and he received second team All-SEC recognition.

Jumaine Jones, averaged over 20 mpg and 7 ppg from '00 to '07.

Damien Wilkins SG-SF, Dominique's nephew and Gerald's son played from '05 to '13 in the NBA. He averaged 6.3 ppg. He transferred to UGa from NC State for his Jr. and Sr. seasons, averaging over 12 ppg his final season.

Litterial Green, All SEC SG at the time Arkansas joined the league, averaged 8 mpg and 3 ppg from '93-'99.

Trey Thompkins, big man played 24 games in 2012 in the league

Travis Leslie, Thompkins' running mate played 10 NBA games and 45 minutes in 2012.

Charles Claxton, former All-SEC F had a cup of joe in the NBA in '96
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Re: SEC Basketball All-Time Teams during the Arkansas Era
« Reply #907 on: October 05, 2017, 09:33:35 pm »

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Chuck Person suspended without pay following arrest; university 'saddened, angry'



 AL.com sports‏Verified account @aldotcomSports 4h4 hours ago

Chuck Person's wife files for divorce day after Auburn assistant's arrest in FBI probe  https://trib.al/thUik7R
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Re: SEC Basketball All-Time Teams during the Arkansas Era
« Reply #908 on: October 08, 2017, 07:32:26 am »

All-Time Teams for each current SEC school based solely on what the players did in the NBA/ABA.

South Carolina

Renaldo Balkman  10 ppg, 6 rpg in ’06, 1st round Knick pick. ’06 NIT MVP.  Played from '07 to '12 in the NBA, playing the tenth most NBA/ABA minutes of any Gamecock alum. Balkman has the most NBA minutes (3064) of any South Carolina player since 1992. Averaged 14 mpg and 4 ppg in his career.

Tarence Kinsey (Report)  G-F Tarence Kinsey ’06 Coach’s 2nd Team, 16 ppg, 5 rpg, 84% FT in ‘06.  Kinsey played parts of three NBA seasons ending in 2009. Averaged 20 mpg for Memphis in his rookie season.

Jamie Watson  6-7 SG-SF whos Gamecock career spanned the time SC and Arkansas joined the SEC. He is South Carolina's "Watson" who logged 1248 NBA minutes in four seasons.

JoJo English was an SC shooting guard the year they joined the SEC. English played 577 NBA minutes in three seasons. Involved in a playoff brawl that went into the stands.  Second most minutes for any SC alum named "English".

Ryan Stack, 6-11, averaged about 10-12 mpg in 43 NBA games in 2000.
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Re: SEC Basketball All-Time Teams during the Arkansas Era
« Reply #910 on: October 11, 2017, 05:02:01 am »

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Chuck Person suspended without pay following arrest; university 'saddened, angry'


Report: Chuck Person released on bond, preliminary hearing set for Nov. 9

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Auburn assistant basketball coach Chuck Person has been released on $100,000 bond and forced to surrender his passport in federal court in New York on Tuesday, per Adam Zagoria.

Person was arrested on Sept. 26 on charges of bribery and corruption and accused of accepted $91,500 in bribes in an agreement to push student-athletes toward certain agents and financial advisors once they turned professional.
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Re: SEC Basketball All-Time Teams during the Arkansas Era
« Reply #911 on: October 14, 2017, 06:33:49 am »

All-Time Teams for each current SEC school based solely on what the players did in the NBA/ABA during the Arkansas era ('91-present).

Bama

Latrell Sprewell SF-SG, 16,712 career points for an 18.3 ppg average over a 12-year career. Missed 68-games in his prime after being suspended for choking PJ Carlesimo. 4-time NBA All-Star. The juco transfer had two seasons at Bama. In his senior year, he was All-SEC and averaged 18, 5, and 2 steals per game.

Antonio McDyess PF/C, averaged 12 and 7.5 over a 15-year career. One time NBA All-Star and All-Rookie. He averaged over 20 ppg and 12 rpg game, twice in his career. At Bama, McDyess was All-SEC ’95 2nd Team and ’94 AP 3rd Team.

Robert Horry F, has been on seven NBA championship teams, the most anyone who did not play for the late-50s to 70s era Boston Celtics. In his 15-year career, Horry averaged 7.0 and 5.0.  At Bama, Horry was '92 All-SEC 2nd Team.

Gerald Wallace played in the NBA from 2002 to 2015 logging the fourth most minutes of any ex-Crimson Tide player from this era.

Mo Williams G, has scored over 9,000 points and is still active in his tenth season. Mo has averaged 13.5 ppg and 5.0 apg. He was an NBA All-Star in '09. At Bama, Williams was SEC Freshman of the Year in 2002 and left after his sophomore year. He was SEC 3rd-Team in both of his seasons at Bama.

Alonso Gee is a current Bama alum in the league beginning his pro career during the 2010 season.

Jason Caffey logged nearly 10,000 minutes from '96 to 2003.

"Doc" Robinson played from '94 to 2001.

JaMychal Green is a current Bama alum projected to play a lot and make a lot of money.

Roy Rogers was a mid-90s Bama big who played in the league from '97 to 2000.

Eric Washington played 2300 minutes in the NBA in the late 90's.

Jermareo Davidson played briefly in '08-09.

Tony Mitchell had a cup o' joe in 2014.

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Re: SEC Basketball All-Time Teams during the Arkansas Era
« Reply #912 on: October 15, 2017, 10:39:05 am »

All-Time Teams for each current SEC school based solely on what the players did in the NBA/ABA during the Arkansas era ('91-present).

Vanderbilt

DeMarre Carroll, the transfer to Mizzou has eclipsed the rest of the list in NBA production.

Jeffery Taylor, the Swede is three-time All-SEC Defensive team. '12 All-SEC Coach's 1st Team and '11 2nd Team. He has played more NBA minutes (2566) than any Vandy alum since '91 including all those SEC MVPs.

Festus, Big averaged 4 and 4 from '13 to '16.

John Jenkins, two-time 1st Team All-SEC, POY runner-up. Logged 1850 NBA minutes since 2013, current player.

Dan Langhi, SEC POY, 6’11” took Vandy thru tough years. Tenth most NBA minutes (1253) of any player who finished up for the Commodores.

Matt Freije, All-American, C, hard working big man. Played 588 NBA minutes from '05 to '07

Wade Baldwin, Stallings threatened to kill the kid on national TV. Played 405 minutes in his rookie NBA season (2017).

Damian Jones, Big played 85 NBA minutes in 10 games in 2017.

Derrick Byars, SEC POY, swing man, led team in assists, Va x-fer. Had sip of coffee in the league in 2012.
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Re: SEC Basketball All-Time Teams during the Arkansas Era
« Reply #913 on: October 18, 2017, 05:22:08 am »

 SEC Country Arkansas‏ @SECCountryHogs 10h10 hours ago

Chicago Bulls release statement on Bobby Portis altercation  #WPS http://sec.news/2kXrOZE


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Re: SEC Basketball All-Time Teams during the Arkansas Era
« Reply #914 on: October 19, 2017, 05:39:11 am »

NBA is back at it, which, of course, means a steady diet of Shaquille O'Neal and Charles Barkley

The former NBA stars - and SEC players - remind us that college football is never far from our thoughts


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During halftime of the Golden State-Houston game, the NBA analyst were bantering back and forth and debating a number of points.

Barkley called O'Neal's point "stupid."

O'Neal's reply?

"Stupid like Auburn losing a 20-7 lead?"

Barkley played at Auburn from 1981-84, while O'Neal starred at LSU from 1989-92.
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Re: SEC Basketball All-Time Teams during the Arkansas Era
« Reply #915 on: October 21, 2017, 03:58:00 pm »

 Ole Miss Basketball‏Verified account @OleMissMBB Oct 20

We'll never forget your 4 All-SEC selections, the Sweet 16 & the Provine Posse. Rest easy, Justin. You'll be missed

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“We are deeply saddened to hear of the passing of an all-time Rebel great... J Reed epitomized the qualities of what it means to be an Ole Miss Rebel... Our thoughts & prayers go out to his family & to all those who mourn with us.” - head coach Andy Kennedy
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Re: SEC Basketball All-Time Teams during the Arkansas Era
« Reply #918 on: October 28, 2017, 11:41:51 am »

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Tells you something about Draymond.


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Re: SEC Basketball All-Time Teams during the Arkansas Era
« Reply #919 on: October 29, 2017, 07:50:20 am »

Former LeFlore basketball star DeMarcus Cousins recorded the seventh triple-double of his NBA career in the New Orleans Pelicans' 123-101 victory over the Cleveland Cavaliers on Saturday night.

Cousins had 29 points, 12 rebounds and 10 assists against Cleveland.


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Cousins became the fourth player in NBA history to put together a 40-point, 20-rebound performance and a triple-double in consecutive games.

The first three players to achieve that are among the greatest in basketball's history -- Elgin Baylor of the Los Angeles Lakers in the 1962-63 season, Oscar Robertson of the Cincinnati Royals in the 1964-65 season and Wilt Chamberlain of the Lakers in the 1968-69 season.

In New Orleans' first five games this season, Cousins has averaged 33.0 points, 14.2 rebounds, 4.8 assists and 2.8 blocks per game.
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Re: SEC Basketball All-Time Teams during the Arkansas Era
« Reply #920 on: October 30, 2017, 05:39:03 am »



Bernard King with most 50 point NBA games by an ex-SEC player
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Re: SEC Basketball All-Time Teams during the Arkansas Era
« Reply #921 on: November 08, 2017, 05:25:46 am »

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Auburn assistant basketball coach Chuck Person fired


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Chuck Person has been fired as Auburn's associate head basketball coach.

It's unclear when Person, who was suspended without pay following his arrest by the FBI on Sept. 26, was terminated, but an Auburn spokesman said it occurred prior to his indictment on six federal bribery, fraud and conspiracy charges.

"He is no longer an Auburn employee as such, it's completely in the hands of the criminal justice system," a statement from the university read.

Payroll records indicate Person earned just under $280,000 for the 2017 fiscal year (Oct. 2016-Sept. 2017).

Last month, director of operations Chad Prewett was elevated to interim assistant coach in place of Person.

According to the federal complaint against him, Person received $91,500 in bribes from a federal cooperating witness, who has since been identified as former Pittsburgh-based financial advisor Marty Blazer. Person told Blazer he gave a total of $18,500 to the mothers of two of Auburn's basketball players and Michel claimed to have given one of those mothers $5,000, according to the complaint.

Auburn is indefinitely sitting forward Danjel Purifoy and center Austin Wiley due to "potential eligibility issues" with their connection to the case against Person. It's unclear if or when Wiley or Purifoy, who have not spoken publicly on the matter, will be able to play college basketball again.

Person's wife Carmen, filed for divorce a day after he was arrested. He did not appear at a hearing for the divorce case last month in Auburn and the case has been ruled confidential.
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Re: SEC Basketball All-Time Teams during the Arkansas Era
« Reply #922 on: November 11, 2017, 07:11:16 pm »

All-Time Teams for each current SEC school based solely on what the players did in the NBA/ABA during the Arkansas era ('91-present).

Tennessee

Allan Houston, SG. 17.3 ppg in 12 NBA seasons. Allan was a two-time NBA all-star noted for hitting a game winner at the buzzer allowing the 8-seeded Knicks to win an NBA play-off series over a 1-seed.  Houston won an Olympic Gold Medal at Sydney. The "Allan Houston Rule", pertaining to collective bargaining is his namesake.  Houston has made the third most money of any former SEC player in the NBA behind Shaq and Joe Johnson (yet to come in this series).

Allan Houston's father Wade was head assistant to Denny Crum at Louisville. In high school, Houston's Ballard team won the State Championship in a shoot out with future Kentucky player Richie Farmer (recently imprisoned for ethics violations as a state official). Tennessee was able to recruit Allan by making Wade the first ever black head coach of a major sport in the SEC. Wade was also the first black member of an exclusive Knoxville Country Club. Allan was UT's all-time leading scorer with 2,801 points. Joined Ernie Grunfeld as UT's only four-time 1st Team All-SEC selections.

Tobias Harris '11  2nd Team All-SEC, Avg. 15.3 ppg, 7.3 rpg, 19th NBA pick. Avg. 14 ppg in NBA career to-date.

CJ Watson '02-06 2nd Team All-SEC, 7th most NBA minutes played of any Volunteer behind only Ellis, King, Houston, Red Robbins (ABA), Boerwinkle, and of course Grunfeld.

Josh Richardson  played 4 seasons for the Vols, '11-'15.  1st Team '15 All-SEC and 2x SEC All-Defensive Team.  Averaging 8.5 ppg early in NBA career.

Vincent Yarborough played from '98 to '02 for the Vols and was a second round NBA draft pick. He averaged 7 ppg in one NBA season.

Jordan McRae '10-14 2x 1st Team All-SEC.  Averaged about 10-12 mpg in one NBA season and is currently playing in the Euro League.

Steve Hamer was a 7' center for the Vols ('92-96) playing the '97 season in the NBA.

Jarnell Stokes '11-14 1st Team, 2nd Team, and Freshman All-SEC. Has played 151 minutes across 3 NBA seasons.

Scotty Hopson '11 1st Team All-SEC for Bruce Pearl, Hopson had a cup of coffee in The League
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Re: SEC Basketball All-Time Teams during the Arkansas Era
« Reply #923 on: November 14, 2017, 05:58:37 am »

All-Time Teams for each current SEC school based solely on what the players did in the NBA/ABA during the Arkansas era ('91-present).

LSU

Shaq, C 28,596 points and 13,099 rebounds in 19 seasons, Shaq outscored Issel and is by far the number one NBA salary earner by an SEC alum. He averaged almost 30 points and 14 rebounds for the 2000 Lakers. He ranks 6th all-time in points scored, 5th in field goals, 13th in rebounds, and 7th in blocks.

College Player of the Year and two-time SEC player of the year, Dale Brown met Shaq while his step father was stationed in Germany and Brown thought the young teen was a military man. He wrote him encouraging letters and Shaq landed at LSU where he played three seasons. His statue is in front of the practice facility.

Ben Simmons.  Off to a hot start as an NBA rookie, averaging 18, 9, and 7.5.

Brandon Bass   SEC POY, 2-n-done, All Century Team Member PF. Fourth most NBA minutes of any former LSU player behind Shaq, Bob Pettit, and Pistol Pete.

Marcus Thornton, SG 12 ppg in 7+ seasons and currently active. Thornton averaged over 21 ppg for Sacamento in '11. Thornton was SEC POY for LSU in '09 as a senior after playing two seasons for Kilgore (Rangerettes). He was two-time Coaches First Team All-SEC in his two seasons. LSU was 13-3 SEC champs in 2009 and made the NCAA second round.

Big Baby  SEC POY, PF, 3-Time All-SEC. Over 10,000 NBA minutes and is a studio analyst on SEC Network.

Stromile Swift  co-SEC POY, PF, 2-n-done, 2000 All-American, LSU All-Century Team. Played in NBA from 2001 to 2009.

JOB, Jarell Martin, and Jordan Mickey.  LSU PFs are early in their NBA careers.

Garrett Temple  One of the Temple family of players at LSU is still playing in the NBA after beginning his career in 2010.

Tyrus Thomas, PF, 2nd Team All-SEC ’06.  Had 525 blocked shots in NBA career spanning from '07 to '15.

Anthony Rudolph.  Played in the NBA from '09 to '14.

Randy Livingston.  Played in the NBA from '97 to '07.

Justin Hamilton.  Transfer player. Played in the NBA from '14 to '77.

Ronald Dupree. Played in the NBA from '04 to '11.

Jabari Smith.  Played in the NBA from '01 to '05.
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Re: SEC Basketball All-Time Teams during the Arkansas Era
« Reply #924 on: November 17, 2017, 06:03:25 am »

All-Time Teams for each current SEC school based solely on what the players did in the NBA/ABA during the Arkansas era ('91-present).

Tennessee

Allan Houston, SG. 17.3 ppg in 12 NBA seasons. Allan was a two-time NBA all-star noted for hitting a game winner at the buzzer allowing the 8-seeded Knicks to win an NBA play-off series over a 1-seed.  Houston won an Olympic Gold Medal at Sydney. The "Allan Houston Rule", pertaining to collective bargaining is his namesake.  Houston has made the third most money of any former SEC player in the NBA behind Shaq and Joe Johnson (yet to come in this series).

Allan Houston's father Wade was head assistant to Denny Crum at Louisville. In high school, Houston's Ballard team won the State Championship in a shoot out with future Kentucky player Richie Farmer (recently imprisoned for ethics violations as a state official). Tennessee was able to recruit Allan by making Wade the first ever black head coach of a major sport in the SEC. Wade was also the first black member of an exclusive Knoxville Country Club. Allan was UT's all-time leading scorer with 2,801 points. Joined Ernie Grunfeld as UT's only four-time 1st Team All-SEC selections.

Tobias Harris '11  2nd Team All-SEC, Avg. 15.3 ppg, 7.3 rpg, 19th NBA pick. Avg. 14 ppg in NBA career to-date.

CJ Watson '02-06 2nd Team All-SEC, 7th most NBA minutes played of any Volunteer behind only Ellis, King, Houston, Red Robbins (ABA), Boerwinkle, and of course Grunfeld.

Josh Richardson  played 4 seasons for the Vols, '11-'15.  1st Team '15 All-SEC and 2x SEC All-Defensive Team.  Averaging 8.5 ppg early in NBA career.

Vincent Yarborough played from '98 to '02 for the Vols and was a second round NBA draft pick. He averaged 7 ppg in one NBA season.

Jordan McRae '10-14 2x 1st Team All-SEC.  Averaged about 10-12 mpg in one NBA season and is currently playing in the Euro League.

Steve Hamer was a 7' center for the Vols ('92-96) playing the '97 season in the NBA.

Jarnell Stokes '11-14 1st Team, 2nd Team, and Freshman All-SEC. Has played 151 minutes across 3 NBA seasons.

Scotty Hopson '11 1st Team All-SEC for Bruce Pearl, Hopson had a cup of coffee in The League

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How is @JarnellStokes not in the NBA? He dominated in the D-League, winning the 2016 title and MVP award. Now, in China, he's putting up 28 PPG, 13.8 RPG, 2.8 BPG, 2 SPG while shooting 58.3% from the field. What more does he need to do?
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Re: SEC Basketball All-Time Teams during the Arkansas Era
« Reply #925 on: November 19, 2017, 06:39:35 am »

All-Time Teams for each current SEC school based solely on what the players did in the NBA/ABA during the Arkansas era ('91-present).

A&M

DeAndre Jordan C, current Clipper is in his ninth NBA season. He has career averages of 9 ppg and 10 rpg. Jordan stayed loyal to A&M after BCG left for UK. The one-n-done, averaged 8 and 6 in 20 mpg. for the Aggies.

Khris Middleton SF, current Buck is in his sixth NBA season. He is currently averaging 19 ppg early in the '17-18 season.  Middleton played 3 seasons for A&M, averaging 13-14 ppg in his sophomore and junior campaigns.

Antoine Wright SG-SF, scored 1,614 points in five full NBA seasons. In 2005, Wright was the highest pick from the Big 12 Conference and in A&M history until Acie Law was drafted 11th in 2007. In three seasons at A&M, Wright scored 1,338 points. He was Big 12 Freshmen of the Year and helped A&M make his junior season with BCG, their best post-season effort since 1982.  Wright was All Big 12 as a junior, fourth in scoring, and tops in 3P% (44.7).

Acie Law IV, 2007 1st Team Consensus All-American for BCG, played from '08 to '11 in the NBA averaging about 10-12 mpg.

Alex Caruso, Danuel House, and Jalen Jones.  The three mainstays of one of A&M's most successful runs have played a collective 30 minutes early in the NBA season.
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Re: SEC Basketball All-Time Teams during the Arkansas Era
« Reply #927 on: November 20, 2017, 06:01:19 am »

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Re: SEC Basketball All-Time Teams during the Arkansas Era
« Reply #928 on: November 21, 2017, 06:15:17 am »

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Former #Gator F David Lee always a class act http://www.gatorsports.com/2017/11/david-lee-always-class-act/ … via @GatorSports.com

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Former Florida forward David Lee announced his retirement after 13 years in the NBA without much fanfare — just an Instagram picture with family and friends.

The 6-foot-9 Lee packed plenty of success into those 13 seasons. Lee was a two-time All-Star (2010, 2013), an All-NBA third team selection and won an NBA title ring with the Golden State Warriors in 2015.

I covered Lee in my first two years on the beat during UF’s 2003-04 and 2004-05 seasons. He was one of my all-time favorite players to interview  — thoughtful, intelligent, respectful, honest. That list includes Matt Walsh, nearly the entire 2006-07 roster, Chandler Parsons, Patric Young, Canyon Barry and Chris Chiozza.

Lee was up and down the first season I covered him in 2003-04 because he had spent the prior summer bulking up with a personal trainer in St. Louis. It took away his agility and explosiveness (remember, Lee won the dunk contest at the McDonald’s All-American game in 2001). The following season, Lee slimmed down and with Walsh and Anthony Roberson (and the 04s coming off the bench) helped lead the Gators to their first SEC Tournament title in school history in 2005. The Gators wound up losing in the Round of 32 to Villanova in the 2005 NCAA Tournament, but it set the stage for back-to-back national titles to follow in 2006 and 2007.

Lee remains tied for sixth on UF’s all-time rebounding list (869) with Al Horford and Bob Emrick. Former Florida coach Billy Donovan said Lee was the best rebounder he’d ever coached. I’d put Lee up there with Horford, Joakim Noah, Chandler Parsons and Dorian Finney-Smith as the best Gator rebounders that I’ve seen in 14 years covering the team.

When the New York Knicks selected Lee with the last pick in the first round of the 2005 NBA draft (30th overall), Knick fans at Madison Square Garden booed. Spike Lee questioned the pick. But then Knicks GM Isaiah Thomas trusted the recommendation of Donovan that Lee was an explosive player capable of thriving in a pick-and-roll system. Lee averaged double figures in scoring in four of his five seasons with the Knicks, including 20.2 points in 2009-10, before being traded to the Warriors...
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Re: SEC Basketball All-Time Teams during the Arkansas Era
« Reply #929 on: November 24, 2017, 08:33:19 am »

All-Time Teams for each current SEC school based solely on what the players did in the NBA/ABA during the Arkansas era ('91-present).

Mizzou

Anthony Peeler  After being selected 15th overall in the 1992 NBA Draft, Peeler played 13 seasons in the NBA averaging about 10-12 ppg. Peeler is third all-time in points scored in Mizzou history with 1,970 points and is currently the school record holder in steals and assists. The 1992 Big 8 Conference Player of the Year was never an NBA All-Star.

DeMarre Carroll  Carroll came to Mizzou as a transfer from Vanderbilt in 2007 in order to play for his uncle, former Missouri coach Mike Anderson. During his time at Mizzou, Carroll was named Big 12 Conference Newcomer of the Year in 2007-08 and the Big 12 Tournament Most Valuable Player in 2009. His motor, size, speed and grit should allow him to continue his NBA career for years to come.

Jordan Clarkson  Filipino-American guard. He was All-SEC second team as a redshirt junior after following Frank Haith from Tulsa. In part for family reasons, Clarkson would forego his senior season, was drafted late in the second round and was assigned to the then Laker D League team. He is currently the most productive scorer among Mizzou alum with over 14 ppg in the NBA.

Keyon Dooling  Former Mizzou point guard Keyon Dooling spent only two seasons in a Tigers uniform before bolting for the NBA. Dooling retired from the NBA in 2013, citing personal issues that stem from past abuse. Dooling was the 10th overall pick of the 2000 NBA Draft and played 12 solid seasons in the NBA, only starting 86 of the 721 his games. An explosive scorer during his days at Mizzou, Dooling was a solid NBA defender.

Linas Kleiza  Leiza played two seasons at Mizzou under Quinn Snyder. While a decent NBA reserve from '05 to '13, Kleiza stars as a member of the Lithuania national team.

Kareem Rush  Rush played two seasons at Mizzou, and as a sophomore, led the Big 12 in scoring, averaging 21.1 points per game. Rush is fifth all-time in three-pointers made with 226 in his Mizzou career. He was drafted as the 20th pick in the first round of the 2002 NBA Draft. Rush's best season was in 2007-08 with the Pacers. Rush played in 71 games for Indiana, averaging 8.3 points per game while serving as an outside threat off the bench.

Flip Pressey  Phil was Coaches 8-man 1st Team All-SEC and led the SEC in assists (7 apg) in '13. He skipped his senior season and while undrafted saw quality minutes as an NBA rookie with the Celtics after an ACL injury suffered by Rajon Rondo. Since 2016 Pressey has played for Barcelona.

Jabari Brown  Part of the Haith transfer program, Brown led the SEC in scoring in '14 with nearly 20 ppg and was 1st Team All-SEC. After passing on his senior season, he joined Jordan Clarkson on the Laker D-Fenders. He averaged 11.9 ppg for the Lakers in his lone NBA season to-date, '14-15.

Melvin Booker  The father of former UK reserve guard Devin Booker, Melvin was Big 8 Player of the Year in '94 helping Mizzou reach the Elite 8.  He played over 500 minutes in the league in '96-97.

Kim English  English led Missouri to a 30-win season in 2011-12, and was selected in the second round of the NBA draft by the Pistons. He left Mizzou as the 11th all-time leading scorer. He played over 400 NBA minutes in '14.

Thomas Gardner and Derrick Grimm were other Mizzou players since '91-92 who had a brief run in the NBA.
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Re: SEC Basketball All-Time Teams during the Arkansas Era
« Reply #931 on: November 28, 2017, 05:44:39 am »

All-Time Teams for each current SEC school based solely on what the players did in the NBA/ABA during the Arkansas era ('91-present).

Florida

David Lee, C-F, Just retired after 13 NBA seasons scoring 11,323 career points. Lee's a 2-time NBA All-Star and one of the top ten salary earners that are SEC alum. 2nd Team All-SEC as a Florida senior averaging 13.3 ppg and 6.8 rpg.

Mike Miller, SF-SG, In his 17 NBA seasons ending in 2017, Miller had 10,973 career points, averaging over 10 ppg. One of the top ten former SEC salary earners in the NBA. Has played the most NBA minutes of any UF alum. In two seasons at UF, Miller was a Freshman All-American and Coaches All-SEC as a Soph.

Al Horford, C, 2-time NBA all-star and All-Rookie. Averaged 15.0 and 9.5 in his career which continues in its eleventh season. Horford was on the two-time Florida National Championship teams. Second in UF history in blocked shots and 7th in rebounds. All-SEC his junior and final season.

Bradley Beal   '11-12  1st Team All-SEC, 5x SEC FOW, 3rd NBA pick, All-NBA Rookie Team.  The one-n-done is averaging 18.0 ppg for his career in his sixth NBA season.

Chandler Parsons '07-11  1st Gator to win SEC Player of the Year ('11) and AP All-American honorable mention...The only man in UF history to register two true buzzer-beaters, hitting a 75-foot prayer to beat North Carolina State and hitting a spot-up three-pointer to beat South Carolina three weeks later. Averaging 13.4 ppg career in now his sixth NBA season.

Jason Williams, PG, averaged 10.5 and 6.0 assists in 12 seasons. Third most minutes played of any Florida player in the NBA. He won an NBA championship in 2006 and was an All-Rookie.  He followed Donovan from Marshall to Florida and once had 17 assists in one game. He was kicked out for pot usage. In high school he was one of the "good ol' boys, never meaning no harm" with Randy Moss.

Udonis Haslem '98-02  1st player in UF history to play on four consecutive NCAA Tournament teams...2nd player in UF history to be named to one of the first three AP All-America teams (joining Neal Walk)...1st player in school history to be named All-SEC by the league coaches four times (First Team in 2002 and 2001, Third Team in 2000 and 1999)... Ranks in the top 10 at UF in 11 career categories...One of two players in school history to score 1,700 or more points and grab 800 rebounds... 28 double-figure rebounding games and 25 double-doubles. His NBA career continues from 2004 to present averaging 8 and 7.

Joakim Noah '04-07  Honorable Mention AP All-American '06 and AP Second-Team '07... 1st Team All-SEC '06 and '07... He was the Most Outstanding Player of both the Minneapolis Regional and the Final Four in 2006, setting an NCAA single Tournament record with 29 blocked shots, including a Championship game record (since broken) of six vs. UCLA... Helped the Gators to back-to-back NCAA titles...Ninth overall pick in the 2007 NBA Draft.  Noah is averaging 9 and 9 in now his eleventh season.

Corey Brewer '04-07  Most Outstanding Player at the 2007 Final Four, guiding the Gators to their second-straight national title...The 2006 SEC co-Defensive Player of the Year...Earned All-SEC honors both his sophomore and junior years and was an Honorable Mention AP All-American in 2007...The seventh overall pick in the 2007 NBA Draft by the Minnesota Timberwolves...Won an NBA title with Cuban's Mavericks. Averaging 12. and 7 in now his eleventh NBA season.

Matt Bonner '00-03  3x All-SEC: earning 3rd-Team honors in '01, 2nd-Team honors in '02 and 1st-Team honors by both the AP and Coaches in '03...Honorable mention All-America by the AP twice...Two-time winner of the Verizon Academic All-American of the Year Award and a three-time Academic All-America ...Played in 131 games, more than any other player in school history at that time...Drafted by the Bulls in the '03 2nd Round. Played 13,356 NBA minutes from '05 to '16.

Marreese Speights  A reserve on UF's '07 national champion, Speights averaged 14.5 points, 8.1 rebounds and 1.4 blocks per game his sophomore season and declared for the NBA draft where he was drafted 16th overall. He has now played over 10,000 NBA minutes in his ninth season.

Andrew DeClercq  6-10 big was a key player on UF's '94 Final Four team.  Played four years at Florida and almost 10,000 minutes in a 10-year NBA career.  Has done some work as an analyst on the SEC Network.

Dorian Finney-Smith  Transfer from VaTech was SEC Sixth Man of the Year as a Sophomore in '14 and two-time All-SEC 2nd Team in '15 and '16. After going undrafted he is currently playing for Dallas playing about 10-12 mpg.
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Re: SEC Basketball All-Time Teams during the Arkansas Era
« Reply #932 on: December 01, 2017, 06:03:03 am »

All-Time Teams for each current SEC school based solely on what the players did in the NBA/ABA during the Arkansas era ('91-present).

Kentucky

Anthony Davis  '12 National POY, 1st Draft Pick, Final 4 MOP, NBA 1st Team '15, 186 blks in '12 is a school record. Averaging 22.6 and 10 in NBA career to-date including 25.6 and 11 early in 2017-18.

Antoine Walker, PF, 15,647 points in 12 seasons. Walker earned the most NBA money of any UK player ever in 2014 dollars.  He lost it all.  Walker was the second-leader scorer and leading rebounder on UK's 1996 NCAA championship team and he left after his sophomore season. He is currently working on the SEC Network.

DeMarcus Cousins  '10 2nd Team All-American, 5th NBA Pick, NBA 2nd Team '15. Averaging 25 ppg, 12.5 rpg, and 5.4 apg in 2017-18 (21.3 and 11 career).

John Wall, PG. Wall averages 19 ppg and 9 apg. Wall was the overall NBA number one pick, the first ever for a UK player, after one season at UK. His team went 36-3 losing in the Regional Finals to West Virginia. Wall was UK's all-time leading scorer as a freshman until he was passed in the West Virginia game by Demarcus Cousins.

Tayshaun Prince '98-02  SEC POY, 2x 2nd Team AA, 23rd NBA pick, 4x All-NBA Defense. Prince has the most NBA minutes (31,576) of any Kentucky player. Averaged 11 ppg over a 13-year career ending in 2016.

Jamal Mashburn '91-93  SEC POY/AOY, Consensus AA, Helped bring UK from .500 to Final 4, NBA All-Star, 4th Draft pick.  Averaged 19 ppg over an 11-year career.

Karl Anthony Towns '15 2nd Team All-American, 1st NBA pick
Averaging 21.6 and 11.4 early in NBA career and has national endorsement deals.

Rajon Rondo '04-06  SEC All-FR team, 21st NBA pick, 4-time NBA all-star
Rondo has averaged 10.6 ppg, 8.5 apg, and 4.9 rpg over an NBA career beginning in 2006.

Devin Booker  backup shooting guard in UK's '14-15 platoon system and the son of former Mizzou All-American Melvin Booker, is the most productive shooting guard from UK in his short NBA career to-date (31.7 mpg, 18.6 ppg, 35.8 3P%).

Derek Anderson '95-97  17.7 ppg  13th NBA pick.  Ohio State transfer suffered a knee injury mid-way during his senior season.  He is one of the highest earning UK player in the NBA over an 11-year career.

Nazr Mohammed '95-98  In his three seasons, UK played in the national finals each season winning two.  Played in over 1,000 NBA games in a career stretching from 1998 to 2016.

Eric Bledsoe '10 SEC All-Freshman team, 18th NBA pick, former homeless student survived N.Y. Times investigation of grade high school grade inflation and improper benefits (a place to stay). Averaging 16.5 ppg, 4.5 apg, and 3.6 rpg early in '17-18.

Brandon Knight  '11 All-SEC, led team to improbable final four run, 8th NBA pick, original player to forego signing a NLI.  Averaging over 15 ppg in NBA career.

Ron Mercer  '95-97  SEC POY, Consensus All-American, 6th NBA pick, NBA All-Rookie. Averaged 13.6 ppg over an NBA career.

De'Aaron Fox  '17 UK one-n-done PG is averaging 10 ppg and 4.4 apg early in his rookie season.
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Re: SEC Basketball All-Time Teams during the Arkansas Era
« Reply #933 on: December 02, 2017, 07:04:24 am »

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Wallace was the first African-American to receive a scholarship to play basketball in the Southeastern Conference. Not only did he excel on the court for the Commodores, earning a fifth-round selection in the 1970 NBA Draft, he also excelled academically, earning an engineering degree from Vanderbilt and a law degree from Columbia University. He went on to have a distinguished career as an attorney for the U.S. Department of Justice and later as a law professor.

The Nashville, Tenn., native passed away in Rockville, Md.

Author Andrew Maraniss helped tell Wallace’s story in a book titled Strong Inside: Perry Wallace and the Collision of Race and Sports in the South:

    “At the time Perry was playing – in the South, in the 1960s – there weren’t a whole lot of people out there promoting his story,” Maraniss said. “In the years since, he’s moved on with his life and hasn’t been one of those athletes who live off their athletic glory.

    “Perry talked about his feelings before he would go off on road trips as the deepest sense of dread. He would imagine the worst that could happen, and that was to get shot and killed on the basketball court or around town before the game.”

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The world lost one of its true gentlemen today. My friend and mentor has passed away. Rest In Peace, Perry Wallace. Your influence will live on in so many of us who admired you.
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Re: SEC Basketball All-Time Teams during the Arkansas Era
« Reply #934 on: December 08, 2017, 06:04:27 pm »

All-Time Teams for each current SEC school based solely on what the players did in the NBA/ABA during the Arkansas in SEC era ('91-present).

Arkansas

Joe Johnson has scored 20,000 points and counting at the beginning of his 17th NBA season. At over $220,000,000 in NBA salary alone, Johnson has made more NBA money than any former SEC player besides Shaq.  He was named to his 7th NBA all-star team in 2014. Johnson averaged 25 ppg for the '06-07 Hawks.

The former Arkansas Mr. Basketball, was the first Razorback freshman to lead the team in scoring and rebounding with 16 and 5.7. He helped lead the Hogs to an SEC Tournament championship requiring four games. He entered the NBA draft after his sophomore season where he was the 10th overall pick.

Corliss Williamson scored 9,147 points and hauled in 3,183 rebounds in his 12 NBA seasons. He was NBA 6th Man of the Year in '02 and won a championship ring with the Pistons in '04.

The former Gatorade National POY at Russellville, Corliss was an all-SEC 1st Team as a Freshman.  He was SEC POY in '94 and '95, joining Shaq as the only two-time award winner since the Hogs joined the league.  He was SEC's Male Athlete of the Year in '94. He played in consecutive NCAA Final games winning the championship and MOP in '94. He had over 1,700 points and 600 boards in three seasons.

Todd Day  All-SEC Media and Coaches 1st Team '92. 8th overall pick in the '92 draft, Day played until 2001 scoring nearly 6,000 points.

Ronnie Brewer  '05 and '06 Coaches All-SEC 1st Team. Played from '06 to '14 and averaged in double figures for Utah.

Patrick Beverly has scored over 2,800 points in 300+ NBA games from 2012 to present.  PBev is currently averaging a career high 12.2 ppg for LA Clippers.

Bobby Portis SEC POY, 2nd Team Consensus All-American, averaging 12 and 7 for the Bulls in his third season.

Oliver Miller AP All-SEC 3rd Team '92, Big "O" tallied 3,625 points and 2,900 boards in less than 500 NBA games from '93 to '04.

Jannergo Pargo  '01 and '02 All-SEC Coaches Third Team, scored 3,175 points in nearly 500 NBA games from '03 to '15.

Lee Mayberry All-SEC Media and Coaches 1st Team '92, totalled over 2,500 points and 1,000 assists in nearly 500 NBA games from '93 to '99.

Sonny Weems '08 All-SEC Coaches 1st Team, scored 1189 NBA points in 3,335 minutes from '09 to '16.

Corey Beck scored 241 NBA points from '96 to '99.

Butch Morris scored 55 NBA points in 102 NBA minutes in '93.

Courtney Fortson played 95 NBA minutes in '12.

Clint McDaniel played 71 NBA minutes in '96.

Dontell Jefferson scored 29 points in 84 NBA minutes in '09.

Coty Clarke scored 6 points in 6 NBA minutes in '16.
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Re: SEC Basketball All-Time Teams during the Arkansas Era
« Reply #935 on: December 13, 2017, 08:23:29 am »

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Only Lebron James and James Harden have posted higher single-game scoring totals this season than the 51 points Bradley Beal put up in Washington’s 106-92 win over Portland last week.

Beal has been thrust into being Washington’s main option on offense since point guard John Wall was sidelined with a knee injury eight games ago.

Beal’s 51 points is the most points ever scored by an opponent in Portland...
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Re: SEC Basketball All-Time Teams during the Arkansas Era
« Reply #936 on: December 19, 2017, 07:47:50 am »

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Three Alabama players who were never teammates on the Crimson Tide are now playing together on the Sioux Falls Skyforce of the NBA Gatorade League.

Alonzo Gee returned to professional basketball over the weekend by signing with Sioux Falls, which already had Tony Mitchell and Jimmie Taylor on the roster.

The Skyforce didn't ease Gee back onto the court. He had 15 points and five steals in 31 minutes in Sioux Falls' 106-99 loss to the Iowa Wolves...

After playing from 2005-06 through 2008-09 at Alabama, Gee appeared in 417 NBA games with six teams over the next eight seasons. He started every game during the 2012-13 season for the Cleveland Cavaliers.

Mitchell had 25 points, 12 assists and seven rebounds on Sunday night and is averaging 22.0 points per game this season. He played at Alabama from the 2009-10 season into the 2011-12 campaign, when a suspension ended his collegiate career.

Mitchell has played in three NBA games -- all for the Milwaukee Bucks in the 2013-14 season -- but he's had a worldwide basketball career and was the NBA Development League Rookie of the Year in the 2012-13 season with the Fort Wayne Mad Ants.

Taylor played at Alabama from the 2013-14 season through the 2016-17 season. He's averaged 4.2 points and 4.0 rebounds per game for the Skyforce this season.
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Re: SEC Basketball All-Time Teams during the Arkansas Era
« Reply #937 on: December 23, 2017, 12:00:33 am »

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Vandy makes 17 3-pointers and beats Alcorn State by 41 in Nashville. Jeff Roberson goes for 21 points and joins the 1,000-point club for his career. Commodores will open SEC play at Florida next Saturday.
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Re: SEC Basketball All-Time Teams during the Arkansas Era
« Reply #938 on: December 25, 2017, 02:43:05 pm »

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Vandy makes 17 3-pointers and beats Alcorn State by 41 in Nashville. Jeff Roberson goes for 21 points and joins the 1,000-point club for his career. Commodores will open SEC play at Florida next Saturday.


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Senior trio matches famed F-Troop. Dores bomb 17 3-pointers, roll over Alcorn State.
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Vanderbilt’s current senior trio joined the famed F-Troop of the 1970s in a 92-51 win over Alcorn State Friday as the only classes in program history to tout three 1,000-point scorers.

Matthew Fisher-Davis and Riley LaChance already topped 1,000 points in their careers last season. Fellow senior Jeff Roberson joined the club in the first half against Alcorn State. He entered the game needing 17 points to reach 1,000, and he scored 18 points with four 3-pointers in the first half.

Roberson said his mother, Pamela, alerted him that the 1,000-point club was in reach before he headed to his Houston home for a short holiday break.

After the game, his mom tweeted that she "told him to complete that assignment before he came home for Christmas."

Roberson finished with 21 points and a career-high five 3-pointers. LaChance had 16 points, and Fisher-Davis added 15.

Vanderbilt’s F-Troop, including Butch Feher, Joe Ford and Jeff Fosnes, each were in the 1,000-point club in 1976. They came to the Commodores in the freshman class of the 1972-73 season.

Fisher-Davis, LaChance and Roberson arrived at Vanderbilt in then-coach Kevin Stallings’ 2014 signing class, which also included Wade Baldwin and Shelton Mitchell. Baldwin left Vanderbilt after his sophomore season and became the No. 17 pick of the Memphis Grizzlies. He is now with the G League team of the Portland Trailblazers. Mitchell transferred to Clemson, where he is the starting point guard.

"If you look at our class, if Wade stayed one more year, he would've gotten (1,000 points) too," LaChance said.

So how does Vanderbilt’s current trio of 1,000-point scorers stack up to the F-Troop?

Fosnes (1,579), Feher (1,345) and Ford (1,193) scored a combined 4,117 points. They posted a 74-33 record over four seasons with an SEC regular-season title and a bid to the NCAA tournament bid, which only included 25 teams at the time [had to win the SEC regular season to get in].

Fisher-Davis (1,165), LaChance (1,161) and Roberson (1,004) have scored a combined 3,330 points and 19 regular-season games remaining in their senior year. Over three-and-half seasons, they have a record of 64-51 and two NCAA tournament appearances in a 68-team field.

The current trio of 1,000-point scorers does not have a nickname like F-Troop...

"Masons" might fit: Vandy entered the night with the worst 3-point percentage (<30) in the SEC
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Re: SEC Basketball All-Time Teams during the Arkansas Era
« Reply #939 on: January 01, 2018, 09:51:03 am »

All-Time Teams for each current SEC school based solely on what the players did in the NBA/ABA.

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Joe Johnson has scored 20,000 points and counting at the beginning of his 17th NBA season. At over $220,000,000 in NBA salary alone, Johnson has made more NBA money than any former SEC player besides Shaq.  He was named to his 7th NBA all-star team in 2014. Johnson averaged 25 ppg for the '06-07 Hawks.

The former Arkansas Mr. Basketball, was the first Razorback freshman to lead the team in scoring and rebounding with 16 and 5.7. He helped lead the Hogs to an SEC Tournament championship requiring four games. He entered the NBA draft after his sophomore season where he was the 10th overall pick.

Sidney Moncrief G, scored almost 12,000 points in 11 NBA season. He had a run of five consecutive All-Star game appearances from '82 to '86. Moncrief was two-time NBA Defensive Player of the Year. His No.4 jersey is retired by the Bucks.  His 3,575 NBA rebounds is more than Corliss corralled.

Moncrief had over 2,000 points and 1,000 boards at Arkansas. As one of the famed "Triplets", he led Arkansas to their first Final Four appearance in 1978. In 1979, Sid was consensus first team All-American averaging 22 and 9.6.

Alvin Robertson SG, is one of the few NBA players to have over 10,000 points, 4,000 rebounds, and 2,000 steals in 10 seasons. The four-time NBA all-star was the NBA Defensive POY and Most Improved Player in 1986.  He led the lead in steals three times and his 2.71 steals per game is the most in NBA history. His three-pointer off the opening tip was the Raptors' first points in franchise history after a two-year layoff. He won an Olympic Gold Medal at LA in '84.

The juco transfer played three seasons at Arkansas, joining the 1,000 point club along with 217 steals. He was the 7th pick in the '84 draft by the Spurs.

Corliss Williamson F, scored 9,147 points and hauled in 3,183 rebounds in his 12 NBA seasons. He was NBA 6th Man of the Year in '02 and won a championship ring with the Pistons in '04.

The former Gatorade National POY at Russellville, Corliss was an all-SEC 1st Team as a Freshman.  He was SEC POY in '94 and '95, joining Shaq as the only two-time award winner since the Hogs joined the league.  He was SEC's Male Athlete of the Year in '94. He played in consecutive NCAA Final games winning the championship and MOP in '94. He had over 1,700 points and 600 boards in three seasons. 

Darrell Walker PG, five Razorbacks have logged over 18,600 career minutes played in the NBA and one of those is Darrell Walker.  Walker scored 6,389 points with over 3,000 rebounds and assists and 1,000 steals in 10 NBA seasons. He made the NBA All-Rookie Team in '84 and won a championship ring with the '93 Bulls in his last season.

Walker was a consensus second team All-American for the Hogs in '83. The former WestArk player, scored 1,325 points, grabbed 463 boards, and made 230 steals in his three-year Hog career.  He averaged 18.2 ppg, 5.7 rpg, 3.3 apg, and 2.8 spg in his final Razorback season.

Honorable Mention: Ron Brewer, Todd Day, PBev, Bobby Portis, Joe Kleine, Andrew Lang, Ronnie Brewer, Oliver Miller, Jannero Pargo, and Lee Mayberry.
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Re: SEC Basketball All-Time Teams during the Arkansas Era
« Reply #940 on: January 06, 2018, 07:36:37 am »

All-Time SEC Team composed of the most productive player from each school based on NBA/ABA.

Shaq, LSU, with 28,596 points and 13,099 rebounds in 19 seasons, Shaq outscored Dan Issel and is by far the number one NBA salary earner by an SEC alum. He averaged almost 30 points and 14 rebounds for the 2000 Lakers. He ranks 6th all-time in points scored, 5th in field goals, 13th in rebounds, and 7th in blocks. College Player of the Year and two-time SEC player of the year, Dale Brown met Shaq while his step father was stationed in Germany and Brown thought the young teen was a military man. He wrote him encouraging letters and Shaq landed at LSU where he played three seasons. His statue is in front of the practice facility.

Charles Barkley, Auburn, 23,757 points in 15 seasons averaging 22 and 11.7.  The Hall of Famer won two Olympic Gold Medals, was an 11-time NBA All-Star and the 1993 NBA MVP. Sir Charles was named to the NBA All-Time 50th Anniversary Team. His straightforward approach as an analyst is respected. Barkley was SEC POY in 1984 and three-time All-SEC. He was named to Auburn's All-Century team and was selected the SEC Player of the 1980's by a Birmingham paper.

Joe Johnson, Arkansas has scored 20,000 points and counting at the beginning of his 17th NBA season. At over $220,000,000 in NBA salary alone, Johnson has made more NBA money than any former SEC player besides Shaq.  He was named to his 7th NBA all-star team in 2014. Johnson averaged 25 ppg for the '06-07 Hawks. The former Arkansas Mr. Basketball, was the first Razorback freshman to lead the team in scoring and rebounding with 16 and 5.7. He helped lead the Hogs to an SEC Tournament championship requiring four games. He entered the NBA draft after his sophomore season where he was the 10th overall pick.

Dominique Wilkins, Georgia. Hall-of-Famer scored 26,668 points and hauled in 7,169 rebounds in 17 seasons (24.8 ppg, 6.7 rpg). Nine time NBA All-Star won two slam dunk contests. Wilkins was SEC POY in 1981 and left UGa after his junior season. He averaged 21.6 ppg over his career and is the only UGa basketball player to have his jersey retired (the Hawks also retired his jersey).

Dan Issel, Kentucky with 27,482 points and 11,133 rebounds in 15 ABA/NBA seasons and Hall of Famer. He was nearly 80% on FT across his pro career. Issel in three seasons, is also the leading all-time career scorer and rebounder at UK. His UK teams never made the Final Four. In his senior season his number one team was upset in the regional finals by Jacksonville led by his future ABA teammate Artis Gilmore ending the possibility of a game against reigning champs UCLA.

Alex English, SC scored 25,613 points in 14 seasons and averaged at least 25 ppg in eight consecutive seasons. He was an 8-time NBA All-Star and is the leading scorer in the history of the Denver Nuggets where he was a teammate with UK's all-time leading scorer Dan Issel. English scored almost 2,000 points and had over 1,000 rebounds with South Carolina in the 70s before they joined the SEC.

Bernard King, Vols. The Hall of Famer scored 19,655 points in 14 seasons, averaging 22.5 ppg for his NBA career.  King became the first NBA player in 20 years to score 50 points in consecutive games.  The TNT studio analysts once named King to their "Next 10", the ten players in their mind, who had just missed the NBA's 50 Greatest Players announced in 1996. King was an All-American in each of this three seasons at Tennessee and was three-time SEC POY. He is second all-time at UT in points and rebounds. He left for the NBA after his junior season. King and Ernie Grunfield led UT to the 1977 SEC Championship (no SEC tournament at the time). King was the subject of a recent ESPN documentary.

Bailey Howell F, Naismith Hall of Famer from Middleton, TN scored 17,770 points in 11 NBA seasons covering the 60s. 6-time NBA all-star and 2-time champion with the Celtics. Howell averaged 18.7 and 9.9. Howell's Miss. State jersey was retired at half time of the 2009 Arkansas game, the first for the Bulldogs. He is State's all-time leading rebounder and scoring average leader. He was a two-time all-american. The Bailey Howell Award goes to the state of Mississippi's best college player.

Latrell Sprewell SF-SG, 16,712 career points for an 18.3 ppg average over a 12-year career. Missed 68-games in his prime after being suspended for choking PJ Carlesimo. 4-time NBA All-Star. The juco transfer had two seasons at Bama. In his senior year, he was All-SEC and averaged 18, 5, and 2 steals per game.

Bradley Beal, UF 1st Team All-SEC, 5x SEC FOW, 3rd NBA pick, All-NBA Rookie Team.  The one-n-done is averaging 18.0 ppg for his career in his sixth NBA season. Gets the nod over Al Horford and David Lee.

Khris Middleton, A&M, current Buck is in his sixth NBA season. He is currently averaging 20 ppg early in the '17-18 season.  Middleton played 3 seasons for A&M, averaging 13-14 ppg in his sophomore and junior campaigns. Gets the nod over De'Andre Jordan and John Beasley.

Clyde Lee, Vandy, 5733 career points in 9 seasons, he averaged 7.7 points and about 10-12 rebounds. As a junior in 1965 he led Vandy to their first SEC championship (15-1). Lost to Michigan and Cazzie Russell in the NCAA Regional finals. His jersey is retired at Vandy. Fifth in career rebounds per game in SEC history with 15.5 and was two-time UPI SEC POY and 3-time 1st team All-SEC.

Larry Drew, Mizzou, PG scored over 8,000 points in 10 NBA seasons. Drew averaged over 20 ppg and 8 apg for the Kansas City Kings in his third season, '82-83. He is currently associate head coach of the Cavs. His son Larry II plays for the Sioux Falls Skyforce in the D League. The elder Drew managed The Magic Johnson Foundation upon ending his pro playing career. At Mizzou, Drew scored 1,401 points in four seasons, averaging over 15 ppg as a junior.  He is the only Tiger to lead the team in assists three consecutive seasons.  He helped Mizzou win the Big 8 Tournament in '78 and the regular season title in '80. He was two-time team MVP and leadership award winner.  Watch list Mizzou futures: Jordan Clarkson, Jabari Brown, and Michael Porter, Jr.

Johnny Neumann, Ole Miss SG, his 6,022 points in pro basketball exceeds the total of all other former Ole Miss players combined. Neumann was a poor man's Pistol Pete, averaging 40.1 ppg in his sophomore and only season at SEC, earning SEC POY. He was one of the first players to declare hardship and entered the NBA/ABA draft. Neumann averaged 18.6 and 19.3 ppg in his first two full seasons with Memphis in the ABA.  He played two seasons as a reserve in the NBA after the merger including 10-12 minutes per game with the Pacers. In the late 2000s, Neumann coached overseas on a team that went bankrupt. He made a return to Memphis to get help for his daughter after getting assistance from a former Ole Miss teammate. Forty years after leaving Tad Smith arena for the last time, Neumann made a return to an Ole Miss game and was warmly received. He is currently an assistant coach at South Panola.
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Re: SEC Basketball All-Time Teams during the Arkansas Era
« Reply #943 on: January 23, 2018, 05:43:55 am »

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Former LeFlore High School standout DeMarcus Cousins turned in an NBA performance on Monday night that had previously been accomplished only by four of the greatest players in basketball history - Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Elgin Baylor, Wilt Chamberlain and Oscar Robertson.

In the New Orleans Pelicans' 132-128 double-overtime victory against the Chicago Bulls at the Smoothie King Center in New Orleans, Cousins recorded the 10th game in NBA history in which a player had at least 40 points, 20 rebounds and 10 assists.

Chamberlain had six such games, and Abdul-Jabbar, Baylor and Robertson did it once apiece.

Cousins had 44 points, 24 rebounds and 10 assists for the first 40-20-10 game in the NBA since Abdul-Jabbar did it for the Milwaukee Bucks on Feb. 26, 1972.

Cousins also became the first player with three games of at least 40 points and 20 rebounds in one season since Houston Rockets center Moses Malone in the 1981-82 campaign.
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Re: SEC Basketball All-Time Teams during the Arkansas Era
« Reply #944 on: January 30, 2018, 06:02:17 am »

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Former Tennessee forward Tobias Harris has become a journeyman player in the NBA, and he’s about to move to his fourth team in eight seasons.

Harris has been traded from the Detroit Pistons to the Los Angeles Clippers in a deal that will bring multi-time NBA All-Star Blake Griffin to the Motor City.

For the Clippers, this trade was about getting value back for their best player. Harris is only 25 and is a well above-average wing in the NBA, while Avery Bradley is considered perhaps the best on-ball defender across the league. L.A. also gets two important draft picks that are only top 4 protected, starting in 2018.

Harris is averaging a career-high 18.1 points per game this season and making nearly 41 percent of his 3-point attempts, making him a highly desirable asset should the Clippers chose to move him to a contender in the next couple weeks. The NBA trade deadline is on Feb. 8.
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Re: SEC Basketball All-Time Teams during the Arkansas Era
« Reply #945 on: February 09, 2018, 06:00:33 am »

Former Alabama standout Alonzo Gee could play for the United States in at least two qualifying games for the 2019 FIBA Basketball World Cup.

Gee is among the 13 players picked for the NBA G League team that will play the Mexican national team in the NBA G League International Challenge.


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Gee plays for the Sioux Falls Skyforce of the NBA Gatorade League. In 19 games this season, Gee has averaged 14.9 points, 5.3 rebounds, 2.3 assists and 1.6 steals per game.

After playing from 2005-06 through 2008-09 at Alabama, Gee appeared in 417 NBA games with six teams over the next eight seasons. He started every game during the 2012-13 season for the Cleveland Cavaliers.
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Re: SEC Basketball All-Time Teams during the Arkansas Era
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SEC Basketball All-Time Teams during the Modern SEC Tournament Era
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NBA Hall of Famer Charles Barkley is famous for a lot of things on and off the basketball court, but his legend continues to grow years after his playing career ended.

But perhaps most interesting was the admission that he once played a game drunk after he was almost traded to the Los Angeles Lakers.

“So I get a call from my agent one morning, and he says ‘I think we got a deal. You’re going to the Lakers,'” Barkley recalled. “And I was so excited. So me and my boys went out to celebrate. We started getting drunk in the middle of the day. I was so excited.

“My agent called me back about three hours later and said the Sixers pulled out of the deal. And we had a game that night. I don’t remember anything about that game. First of all, I was so pissed. But I was so drunk, too.”
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Re: SEC Basketball All-Time Teams during the Arkansas Era
« Reply #949 on: February 18, 2018, 08:33:57 am »

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[SEC, SEC] had representatives in both the Skills Challenge and the 3-point Contest, but did not have a rep in the Slam Dunk Contest.

Former Kentucky standout Devin Booker carried the flag for the SEC, winning the 3-point contest over former Tennessee forward Tobias Harris and ex-Florida star Bradley Beal. [Harris made the final round and taking home third prize.]

Former Gators player Al Horford and Jamaal Murray, another ex-member of the Wildcats, competed in the Skills Challenge, but neither player was good enough to take home the win. Murray was eliminated in the semifinals by eventual champion Spencer Dinwiddie.
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