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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 »

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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: Today at 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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