Syracuse's Rick Jackson uses Portsmouth Invitational to impress NBA scouts | syracuse.com
"Whenever you do something good, you kinda catch your eye over there to see who’s looking and who’s writing things down,’’ Jackson said. "But all you can do is go out there and play your game. A lot of guys go to these types of events and try to do too much. It sort of hurts them. I’ve been told just do what I’ve been doing the whole year.’’
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Holgorsen -- who will take over as West Virginia head coach following this season -- and Graham have a brief but heated history. Holgorsen was the offensive coordinator at Houston in 2009 when his Cougars beat Graham's Tulsa team 46-45. Afterward, Holgorsen accused Graham of "cheating" by having his players fake injuries in the fourth quarter to slow Houston's offense. Each coach could be seen yelling at the other from across the sidelines during the game.
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Onuaku finished with eight points and seven rebounds in 19 minutes overall. He had four points and five rebounds in the fourth quarter. He had a strong first half at Bakersfield on Friday. "As I’ve started getting more playing time, I’ve started to feel more comfortable and guys get to see how I play and what I like, so it’s all coming together," Onuaku said.
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And in his travel pack is a copy of New York Times columnist William C. Rhoden's Forty Million Dollar Slaves: The Rise, Fall, and Redemption of the Black Athlete, a book that Crump encouraged Walker to read as part of an independent study class on racism in sports. Before the Final Four, [academic counselor Felicia] Crump suggested that Rhoden's book would be the first that Walker had ever made it through cover-to-cover. After the win over Kentucky, Walker confirmed this. "That's true," he said. "You can write that. It is the first book I've ever read."
Rick Jackson highlights from the Portsmouth Invitational...