281 Facts About College Basketball

1. From that moment on, Dean Smith became an advocate for Black players and students.

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2. LaMelo Ball will be headed to Westwood like his brothers, but not until 2019.

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3. De'Aaron Fox played his first competitive college basketball game against the boys from Canisius College in a match that ended in victory for his side.

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4. Dean Smith recently joined the University of Maryland as a venture investment manager with UM Ventures and the Smith School's Dingman Center for Entrepreneurship.

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5. On June 22, 2017, DeAaron Fox was selected with the fifth overall pick in the 2017 NBA draft by the Sacramento Kings.

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6. In 1961 Dean Smith became North Carolina's head coach, inheriting a program that had won the NCAA championship in 1957 under McGuire, who left to coach in the professional National Basketball Association after the school received sanctions for recruiting violations.

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7. De'Aaron Fox checked off every box on the stat sheet while bouncing back from his 3-for-14.

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8. De'Aaron Fox added 19 points, and Marvin Bagley had 16 points off the bench for Sacramento, which shot 45 percent from the field.

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9. DeAaron Fox chose the number zero at Kentucky because he "fears no one", giving his original number five to teammate Malik Monk.

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10. Dean Smith came to North Carolina as assistant basketball coach in 1958.

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11. Dean Smith was born on February 28, 1931, in Emporia, Kansas.

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12. De'Aaron Fox is having the breakout year nobody saw coming.

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13. In 1988, Bob Knight married his second wife, Karen Vieth Edgar, a former Oklahoma high school basketball coach.

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14. Michigan State and Tom Izzo got a little bit of a late start in their recruitment of top 50 senior Malik Hall.

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15. In 2007 Rick Barnes made a cameo appearance in the NBC television series Friday Night Lights as a recruiter for the fictional school TMU.

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16. In 1964, Dean Smith joined a local pastor and a black North Carolina theology student to integrate The Pines, a Chapel Hill restaurant.

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17. Bob Knight is ejected after receiving three technicals on Senior Night vs Illinois.

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18. On 1 August 2012, Aron Baynes signed a one-year deal with Union Olimpija of the Slovenian Basketball League.

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19. Bob Knight graduated from high school and decided to attend Ohio State University, where he participated in the team's 1960 National Championship victory.

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20. Al Horford started his family with Amelia Vega, a former beauty queen who won the 2003 Miss Universe pageant.

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21. De'Aaron Fox has established himself as one of the breakout players in the Western Conference in his sophomore season and has a firm on hold on the starting gig as the Kings' floor general.

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22. Bob Knight accepted the head coaching position at Texas Tech, although his hiring was opposed by a faculty group that was led by Walter Schaller.

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23. LaMelo Ball announced Tuesday that he is enrolling as a senior at Spire Institute in Geneva, Ohio, to play.

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24. In 2013 Dean Smith was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom.

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25. LaMelo Ball made his name after he made a half-court shot in December 2016 against Los Osos High School.

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26. In 2017, LaMelo Ball left Chino Hills after his junior year to sign with Lithuanian team Prienai.

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27. Zion Williamson scored a game-high 21 points, including a number of insane, highlight-reel dunks.

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28. DeAaron Fox would sleep on the couch almost every night and play the NBA 2K video game series.

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29. Bob Knight bids farewell to Indiana University on Sept 13, saluting cheering students and urging them to forget about the freshman Kent Harvey, who played a part in the coach's firing.

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30. Carsen Edwards used 28.7 percent of Purdue's possessions last year.

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31. Carsen Edwards is a Naismith Award contender, but Purdue has to replace their other top four scorers.

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32. Bob Knight played basketball and football in high school, and he was a reserve on the Ohio State University national championship basketball team in 1960.

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33. In 2013, Tom Izzo was voted as the fifth angriest coach in college basketball by USA Today Sports, an honor that he cherishes.

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34. De'Aaron Fox is off to a hot start in his second season with the Sacramento Kings.

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35. De'Aaron Fox has extremely thin legs and a spindly lower body that will need to fill out.

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36. De'Aaron Fox played one season of college basketball for the Kentucky Wildcats.

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37. Michigan State coach Tom Izzo was upset after his team's latest basketball game because there were so many stoppages of plays for officials to look at the monitors.

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38. Dean Smith played college basketball at the University of Kansas, where he won a national championship in 1952 playing for Hall of fame coach Phog Allen.

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39. Dean Smith was named the nation's top coach in 1977 and 1979.

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40. Dean Smith was succeeded by Bill Guthridge, his assistant for 31 years.

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41. LaMelo Ball is back in the prep circuit, playing at the Spire Institute in Geneva, Ohio.

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42. Bob Knight kicks at his son Patrick during a game vs Notre Dame.

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43. LaMelo Ball opened his return to American and prep school with a road game against The Hill School in Philadelphia, PA on Saturday.

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44. De'Aaron Fox debuted the new look at Ole Miss in the SEC opener and Kentucky has won games by an average of 32.5 points since he wrapped it around his head for the first time.

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45. LaMelo Ball has a few new interesting teammates at Spire Institute but none as physically marvelous as Robert Bobroczky, a 7-foot-7 high school senior.

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46. LaMelo Ball was born to LaVar and Tina LaMelo Ball, who are both former college basketball players.

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47. LaMelo Ball made the news this week as well, as it was announced that he will be going back to high school for his senior year and will be playing at Spire Institute in Geneva, Ohio.

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48. LaMelo Ball is going back to high school, and his brother LiAngelo Ball will try to play for the NBA G League.

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49. De'Aaron Fox takes it strong to the hoop, sinks a tough shot and adds a free throw vs the Jazz in the 3rd quarter.

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50. Dean Smith coached from 1961 to 1997 and retired with 879 victories, which was the NCAA Division I men's basketball record at that time.

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51. Dean Smith coached the United States to Olympic basketball gold in 1976, aided by four of his own Tar Heel players.

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52. LaMelo Ball said he hopes to play college basketball at a top school.

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53. Dean Smith coached 30 All-Americans, including the man many consider the greatest basketball player who ever lived, Michael Jordan.

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54. On Friday, LaMelo Ball was officially reintroduced to the United States high school basketball scene.

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55. DeAaron Fox chose the number zero at Kentucky because he "fears no one", giving his original number five to teammate Malik Monk.

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56. De'Aaron Fox is in the starting lineup for Thursday's matchup against Atlanta.

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57. In 2003 Dean Smith talked to Roy Williams regarding his decision about whether or not to replace a struggling Matt Doherty as head coach.

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58. Bob Knight said he never accepted the school's "zero-tolerance" policy, and that he should have heeded the advice of his wife, Karen, to leave Indiana six years ago.

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59. Al Horford is the oldest of all amongst the five children his parents, Tito and Arelis had.

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60. Al Horford played college basketball for the University of Florida, and was the starting center on the Gators teams that won back-to-back NCAA national championships in 2006 and 2007.

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61. Carsen Edwards had a game-high 26 points for the Boilermakers, who led by 12 in the second half.

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62. Dean Smith chronicled his career in a book entitled A Coach's Life, and he is the author of Basketball: Multiple Offense and Defense (1982).

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63. Bob Knight is ejected and suspended for one game by Big Ten commissioner Wayne Duke.

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64. Dean Smith is a former newspaper reporter and columnist, served as a Director of Publications for Arizona State University for more than 25 years.

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65. De'Aaron Fox checked off every box on the stat sheet while bouncing back from his 3-for-14 shooting effort against the Warriors on Saturday.

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66. Bob Knight received National Coach of the Year honors four times and Big Ten Coach of the Year honors eight times.

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67. DeAaron Fox struggled to get acclimated early on, and he battled nagging injuries through the first few months.

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68. On 1 December 2013, Aron Baynes was reassigned to the Austin Toros.

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69. Dean Smith was a basketball innovator and a relentless competitor.

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70. Dean Smith holds many records, including 65 NCAA tournament wins, and 17 regular season titles in the Atlantic Coast Conference.

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71. Dean Smith was born to schoolteachers Alfred and Vesta Edwards Smith.

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72. DeAaron Fox was born to his parents Aaron and Lorainne Harris-Fox and has one brother named Quentin Fox.

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73. De'Aaron Fox went on full speed and seemingly drove in the desert on his way to scoring points with a one-handed jam.

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74. LaMelo Ball made his grand appearance in Cleveland today and LaVar was ready with the hyperbole as you can see from the quote from above.

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75. Al Horford began his career with the Atlanta Hawks before he signed with the Boston Celtics last year.

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76. Dean Smith retired from coaching on 9 October 1997, but not before what may have been his best coaching job the previous winter.

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77. Carsen Edwards takes lead as No 24 Purdue replaces 4 starters.

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78. Al Horford was drafted with the third overall pick in the 2007 NBA draft by the Atlanta Hawks, a team he played nine seasons with before joining the Celtics in 2016.

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79. Dean Smith missed both free throws, but Georgetown had no timeouts left.

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80. Al Horford played college basketball for the University of Florida, and was the starting center on the Florida Gators teams that won back-to-back NCAA national championships in 2006 and 2007.

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81. Carsen Edwards scored a game-high 26 points for the Boilermakers.

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82. Bob Knight was born in 1940 Massillon, Ohio, and grew up in Orrville, Ohio.

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83. LaMelo Ball is back in the United States, and in a bit of a twist, he's playing high school basketball again.

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84. In 1979 Bob Knight guided the United States Pan American team to a gold medal in Puerto Rico.

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85. Bob Knight retired from coaching in 2008 with 902 career wins.

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86. De'Aaron Fox will continue to produce, but the Kings were simply outmatched on Saturday.

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87. Bob Knight graduated with a degree in history and government in 1962.

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88. Dean Smith is very measured and laid back, whereas O'Kelly, 62, is full of energy and keen to keep the players on their toes.

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89. LaMelo Ball explained to CBS Sports that he did not think about it as a disadvantage when he is on the court.

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90. On January 1, 2007, Bob Knight won his 880th career game, breaking Dean Smith's record for all-time NCAA Division I men's basketball coaching victories.

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91. Bob Knight fires a blank shot from a starter's pistol at Louisville Courier-Journal reporter Russ Brown.

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92. At the rally, Bob Knight called Trump "a great defender of the United States of America".

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93. Dean Smith opposed the Vietnam War and, in the early 1980s, famously recorded radio spots to promote a freeze on nuclear weapons.

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94. Dean Smith remembered words to hymns and jazz standards, but did not go to concerts.

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95. Carsen Edwards was named to the roster of the US national team for the 2017 FIBA Under-19 Basketball World Cup in Egypt, where they captured a bronze medal.

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96. On 1 April 2015 and 3 April 2015, Aron Baynes had back-to-back 18-point games.

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97. Dean Smith took over at North Carolina in 1961 and amassed one of the most impressive coaching resumes in sports.

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98. Bob Knight continued at Ohio State in 1958 when he played for Basketball Hall of Fame coach Fred Taylor.

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99. LaMelo Ball was sidelined with a broken finger and watched teammate Rocket Watts put up a game-high 32 points in the victory.

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100. Dean Smith was known for his presence of mind in tense late-game situations.

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101. Bob Knight seemed to grow crankier by the year, and a string of coveted Indiana kids decided against heading to Bloomington.

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102. LaMelo Ball has relied on the training regime created by his father to advance his young career.

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103. Al Horford is mainly in there to match salaries and it would be an upgrade for Boston to slide Davis in instead.

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104. Bob Knight has two sons from his first marriage, Tim and Pat.

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105. LaMelo Ball dropped 92 points in a game for Chino Hills, but the performance was not without its critics.

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106. Dean Smith was known for his strong commitment to racial integration, becoming one of the first white coaches in the South to recruit African American players in the 1960s.

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107. Bob Knight made a cameo appearance as himself in the 2003 film Anger Management.

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108. Bob Knight made it clear that you were either with him or against him.

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109. Zion Williamson scouting report: Five reasons why the Duke star is a unique NBA prospect.

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110. DeAaron Fox had 20 points in that game, while Ball had 14 points and six turnovers.

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111. Dean Smith spoke to Club TV after Aston Villa registered their first win of 2019, against Ipswich Town.

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112. Dean Smith would sit next to Allen on the bench and soak up knowledge.

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113. LaMelo Ball will return to the United States to play high school basketball at Spire.

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114. DeAaron Fox has extremely thin legs and a spindly lower body that will need to fill out.

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115. Bob Knight was inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame in 1991.

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116. Dean Smith was part of the coaching tree of James Naismith, by way of playing under Phog Allen at Kansas.

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117. On 12 July 2015, Aron Baynes signed with the Detroit Pistons.

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118. Dean Smith was a reserve guard on the Kansas team that won the National Collegiate Athletic Association title in 1952.

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119. Bob Knight was an immediate success at Army because of his coaching philosophy, which stressed discipline, unselfish play, and relentless man-to-man defense.

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120. In March 2018, Rick Barnes was named the Southeastern Conference Coach of the Year after leading the Vols to a share of their first regular-season SEC title in a decade and a spot in the conference championship game, earning his sixth-career COY award.

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121. Carsen Edwards finished with 26 points, his fifth straight game with 23 or more, for the Boilermakers.

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122. Al Horford ranked fifth in the NBA in field goal percentage, 28th in blocks and 16th in efficiency.

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123. LaMelo Ball reacts to the return of vintage Derrick Rose.

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124. Al Horford went 4 for 11 from three, which is good for 36.4 percent.

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125. Carsen Edwards was named to the First Team All-Big Ten and led Purdue to a school-record 30-win season.

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126. Dean Smith took a picture of the scoreboard from the 1982 Championship, modified it to read 1993 and erased the name Georgetown, leaving that space blank.

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127. LaMelo Ball left high school basketball a year ago to pursue a professional career in Lithuania, but he's not giving up on his dream to play at the collegiate level.

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128. DeAaron Fox played one season of college basketball for the Kentucky Wildcats.

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129. Zion Williamson has only played one game in a Duke Basketball uniform, but could he.

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130. De'Aaron Fox would sleep on the couch almost every night and play the NBA 2K video game series.

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131. LaMelo Ball is returning to high school basketball, and it's already absurd.

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132. Bob Knight is best known as the head coach of the Indiana Hoosiers from 1971 to 2000.

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133. LaMelo Ball is back playing high school basketball, as the former top recruit has left the Junior Basketball Association to play for a school in Ohio.

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134. On November 1, 2010, Al Horford signed a five-year, $60 million contract extension with the Hawks.

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135. On November 12, 2015 DeAaron Fox committed to the University of Kentucky to play college basketball for head coach John Calipari.

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136. LaMelo Ball led the event in scoring, posting over 35 points in back-to-back games.

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137. Dean Smith was active in politics, often supporting Democrats and liberal candidates.

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138. Zion Williamson takes flight from the moon on alley-oop dunk.

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139. De'Aaron Fox was born in New Orleans, but was raised in Houston.

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140. Al Horford holds seven school records, including most career points.

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141. In 1984 Bob Knight led the US national team to a gold medal in the Olympic Games as coach of the 1984 basketball team.

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142. Carsen Edwards is averaging 26.8 points and has made 19 3-pointers this season.

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143. De'Aaron Fox posts first career triple-double in blowout win over Hawks.

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144. Bob Knight was not someone to change to accommodate changing times.

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145. In 1997, upon his retirement, Dean Smith was named Sportsman of the Year by the magazine Sports Illustrated.

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146. Dean Smith was urged by his pastor to recruit an African-American player, this during the swelling heights of the Civil Rights Movement and statewide resistance to racial equality in the Deep South.

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147. Bob Knight remains "the object of near fanatical devotion" from many of his former players and Indiana fans.

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148. LaMelo Ball wants to play basketball for UNC The youngest child wants to play basketball for a top college program, despite having no hopes of eligibility.

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149. Dean Smith was one of the most prominent Democrats in North Carolina politics.

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150. DeAaron Fox has established himself as one of the breakout players in the Western Conference in his sophomore season and has a firm on hold on the starting gig as the Kings' floor general.

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151. Dean Smith spoke Thursday of the rich history of the opera house, noting that in 1907, the orator and statesman William Jennings Bryan stood on the stage to address a crowd.

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152. LaMelo Ball has too much seasoning for some of his would-be opponents' tastes.

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153. Dean Smith died on the evening of February 7, 2015, twenty-one days before his 84th birthday, at his Chapel Hill home surrounded by his wife and five children.

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154. De'Aaron Fox continues to torch defenses with his combination of speed and playmaking while Harry Giles saw meaningful minutes down the stretch in a spirited one-point loss to the Warriors on Saturday.

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155. In 2008, Bob Knight appeared in a commercial as part of Volkswagen's Das Auto series where Max, a 1964 black Beetle interviews famous people.

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156. On November 12, 2015 De'Aaron Fox committed to the University of Kentucky to play college basketball for head coach John Calipari.

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157. Bob Knight married the former Nancy Falk on April 17, 1963.

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158. Al Horford played his college basketball at the University of Florida where he won two NCAA Championships.

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159. Bob Knight was routinely undone by what should've been minor grievances.

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160. LaMelo Ball dribbled to half court, pointed at the line and launched the shot.

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161. On June 22, 2017, De'Aaron Fox was selected with the fifth overall pick in the 2017 NBA draft by the Sacramento Kings.

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162. Bob Knight refuses to comment on the book and vows never to speak to Feinstein again.

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163. Al Horford missed an additional three playoff games before returning to action in Game 4 of the Hawks' first round series against the Boston Celtics.

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164. LaMelo Ball has the audacity to play well at the big games.

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165. LaMelo Ball is back playing high school basketball, enrolling at a prestigious private school in Ohio.

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166. De'Aaron Fox is an American basketball player and plays for Sacramento Kings of the National Basketball Association.

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167. LaMelo Ball wants to play college hoops and Michigan State is among his choice schools.

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168. Dean Smith married Ann Cleavinger in 1954, shortly before his deployment overseas with the United States Air Force.

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169. LaMelo Ball is one of the most publicized high school-aged basketball players, with a signature shoe by his father's company Big Baller Brand and a role on the Facebook Watch reality show Ball in the Family.

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170. On July 1, 2016, Al Horford became an unrestricted free agent.

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171. LaMelo Ball is already getting the billboard treatment in Ohio.

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172. DeAaron Fox checked off every box on the stat sheet while bouncing back from his 3-for-14 shooting effort against the Warriors on Saturday.

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173. On June 25, 2015, DAngelo Russell was selected by the Los Angeles Lakers with the second overall pick in the 2015 NBA draft.

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174. Dean Smith seemed uncomfortable with the attention that came with breaking Rupp's record.

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175. LaMelo Ball was born on August 22, 2001 in Chino Hills, California to LaVar and Tina Ball who were both basketball players.

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176. Zion Williamson is who I'm referencing, but if you're reading this, by now you know full well about Duke's super-dunking social media sensation.

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177. Bob Knight is inducted into the National Basketball Hall of Fame.

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178. Bob Knight quickly improved the program, which had not been to an NCAA tournament since 1996.

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179. On December 7, 2017, LaMelo Ball signed with agent Harrison Gaines to play professionally overseas alongside his brother LiAngelo.

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180. On 29 May 2009, Aron Baynes signed a two-year deal with Lietuvos Rytas of the Lithuanian Basketball League.

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181. DeAaron Fox was born in New Orleans, but was raised in Houston.

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182. Bob Knight moved to Indiana University in 1971, where he made his mark by installing a lockdown defense.

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183. DeAaron Fox chose the number zero at Kentucky because he "fears no one", giving his original number five to teammate Malik Monk.

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184. Al Horford missed a game in Miami to be with Vega when Alia was born.

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185. Carsen Edwards was relentless, pushing the pace while leading Purdue to its second win by 20 or more points in the tournament.

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186. LaMelo Ball began playing basketball at age four with his brothers Lonzo and LiAngelo.

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187. Michigan State head coach Tom Izzo joked that he's moved on from Twitter and has a new enemy: the way college basketball officials enforce new rules, particularly ones designed to supposedly.

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188. DeAaron Fox was the nation's second best point guard behind Lonzo Ball.

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189. De'Aaron Fox is playing with a swagger and the type of confidence to match up against anyone in the league.

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190. De'Aaron Fox rushes to the rim and throws down the alley-oop from Buddy Hield.

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191. Dean Smith was married twice—to Ann Cleavinger from 1954 to 1974 and to the former Linnea Weblemoe since 1976.

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192. LaMelo Ball is state-side again and plans to enroll in Ohio's SPIRE Institute to play a senior season of high school hoops, Slam reports.

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193. Bob Knight abruptly resigned from Texas Tech in February 2008 and turned his coaching duties over to his son, Pat.

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194. On 14 November 2016, Aron Baynes scored 20 points against the Oklahoma City Thunder while starting in place of Andre Drummond.

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195. Carsen Edwards leads the Boilermakers in scoring with 18.5 points per game, good for 3rd in the Big Ten.

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196. Dean Smith was inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame on May 2, 1983, two years after being enshrined in the North Carolina Sports Hall of Fame.

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197. LaMelo Ball is high school-bound, plans to play in Ohio.

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198. LaMelo Ball gets the LeBron treatment; billboard welcomes him to Ohio.

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199. Zion Williamson attended Spartanburg Day School in Spartanburg, South Carolina, where he was a five-star recruit and was ranked among the top players in his class.

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200. Zion Williamson led the Griffins to a state championship game appearance.

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201. Bob Knight made an appearance in a TV commercial for Guitar Hero: Metallica with fellow coaches Mike Krzyzewski, Rick Pitino, and Roy Williams, in a parody of Tom Cruise in Risky Business.

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202. In May 2016, Rui Hachimura announced that he met the SAT and GPA requirements to be eligible to play at Gonzaga beginning as early as Fall 2016.

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203. In June 2016, Zion Williamson was a top performer at the National Basketball Players Association Top 100 camp.

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204. De'Aaron Fox pushes the ball in transition and pulls up for a 3-pointer vs the Timberwolves.

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205. Dean Smith was born in Emporia, Kansas, on February 28, 1931.

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206. Dean Smith coached and worked with numerous people at North Carolina who achieved notable success in basketball, as players, coaches, or both.

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207. Al Horford was picked with the third overall pick by the Atlanta Hawks in the 2007 NBA draft.

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208. Al Horford is a great real-life NBA player who contributes across the board.

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209. LaMelo Ball wants to play for a top college program, names Duke, UNC and Kentucky.

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210. De'Aaron Fox gets by Fred VanVleet with a nice move behind his back before rushing to the paint for a floater.

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211. Bob Knight raised nearly $5 million for the Indiana University library system by championing a library fund to support the library's activities.

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212. In 2017, LaMelo Ball made his first web show appearance in The Ball Family episode of the talk show, Sneaker Shopping.

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213. Bob Knight was on the wrong side of changes in the broader culture.

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214. In 2005 and 2006, Tom Izzo participated in Operation Hardwood, in which college coaches went to Kuwait military camps to coach basketball teams of American service members.

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215. On May 4, 2018, LaMelo Ball signed with the Los Angeles Ballers of the Junior Basketball Association, a new league created by his father as an alternative to college basketball.

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216. DeAaron Fox is intrigued by playing in Phoenix and joining Devin Booker, along with a team full of Kentucky guards.

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217. Dean Smith was the author of Basketball: Multiple Offense and Defense, which is the best-selling technical basketball book in history.

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218. LaMelo Ball announced Tuesday that he would be returning to high school, and enroll at the SPIRE Institute in Ohio.

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219. DeAaron Fox was born in New Orleans, but raised in Houston.

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220. Carsen Edwards was named to the roster of the US national team for the 2017 Taipei Universaide, where they captured a silver medal.

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221. In 1971, Bob Knight took a position with Indiana University, fulfilling his childhood dream of coaching at a Big Ten school.

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222. LaMelo Ball verbally committed to play college basketball for UCLA at the age of 13, before starting high school, becoming the third of his brothers to do so.

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223. Al Horford earned the award for just the second time in his career.

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224. LaMelo Ball had enough skills to receive an offer from UCLA when he was 13.

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225. DeAaron Fox already has a mentality that will set him apart from most of his peers.

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226. LaMelo Ball dedicated the performance to Lexi Anderson, a young girl in need of a heart transplant.

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227. Al Horford played three years in the NBA and several more overseas.

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228. At the conference, Dean Smith was presented a tape by a lecturer who used doctored images to achieve his goal of losing weight.

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229. De'Aaron Fox became just the second player in NBA history to record a 30-point triple-double before the age of 21 on Thursday night.

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230. LaMelo Ball is making his return to the prep high school circuit.

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231. Bob Knight pulls his team off the floor during the second half of a game vs the Soviet National Team because he doesn't like the officiating.

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232. Dean Smith sends out warning to his Aston Villa players.

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233. Carsen Edwards is an American college basketball player for the Purdue Boilermakers.

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234. LaMelo Ball is a social media star having more than 2 million subscribers on his Instagram account.

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235. Bob Knight is accosted by a diner in a restaurant after Knight supposedly made an offensive comment.

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236. Bob Knight kept Indiana in the running for the Big Ten title on an annual basis into the 1990s, but school support of his authoritarian style gradually eroded.

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237. Al Horford had a team-leading 39 double-doubles, which was tied for 11th in the NBA.

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238. Zion Williamson had another breakout performance as No 1 Duke cruised to victory on Wednesday night.

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239. De'Aaron Fox looks like a completely different player out there and is potentially a star in.

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240. On 24 August 2011, Aron Baynes signed a one-year deal with Ikaros Kallitheas of the Greek Basket League.

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241. Bob Knight tells Indiana Pacers coach and former IU player Isiah Thomas on Sept 27, "I'd be there in a heartbeat", if Thomas asks him to help coach the Pacers, but he'd prefer to stay in college coaching.

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242. Zion Williamson shows Eastern Michigan what basketball's next level looks like.

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243. LaMelo Ball recorded 63 points in the second half alone and made 37 of 61 shots in the entire game.

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244. Dean Smith was likely along with them to video or photograph the rescue attempt.

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245. In 1984 Bob Knight coached the US men's basketball team to a gold medal at the Olympic Games in Los Angeles.

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246. LaMelo Ball says he wants to play at Kentucky and please no.

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247. DeAaron Fox will continue to produce, but the Kings were simply outmatched on Saturday.

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248. Bob Knight was becoming more isolated, less happy, and less measured with each underachieving season.

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249. On June 28, 2007, Al Horford was selected by the Atlanta Hawks with the third overall pick in the 2007 NBA draft.

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250. LaMelo Ball will return to high school and enroll at Spire Institute in Geneva, Ohio, for his senior year, the Ball family told SLAM Magazine.

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251. Zion Williamson has drawn comparisons to a number of former NBA greats—Charles.

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252. De'Aaron Fox had 20 points in that game, while Ball had 14 points and six turnovers.

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253. LaMelo Ball gets a billboard welcome fit for a king—oh, wait, LeBron got one first.

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254. Bob Knight led the US Olympic team to a gold medal in 1984.

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255. Dean Smith was accompanying Cramsey to document the rescue with photos or videos, according to Facebook posts that the two exchanged shortly before the arrest.

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256. Zion Williamson demands your attention and a spot in your closet.

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257. LaMelo Ball revealed Tuesday via Twitter he's returning to high school and plans to enroll at.

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258. Bob Knight was an innovator of the motion offense, which he perfected and popularized.

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259. Zion Williamson has made Duke basketball games must-see television with some of his insane plays.

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260. In 2009, Bob Knight produced three instructional coaching DVD libraries—on motion offense, man-to-man defense, and instilling mental toughness—with Championship Productions.

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261. De'Aaron Fox chose the number zero at Kentucky because he "fears no one", giving his original number five to teammate Malik Monk.

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262. Carsen Edwards went through the NBA draft combine and multiple workouts before deciding to return for his junior season at Purdue.

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263. Dean Smith joined John McGinn in singing the praises of Tammy Abraham on the final whistle and, wow, does he deserve it.

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264. Al Horford was actually criticized for missing the game, even though the Celtics won.

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265. DeAaron Fox equaled a low-water mark in points on a season-worst 10.0 percent shooting, but he.

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266. Zion Williamson absolutely smacks the soul out of this ball.

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267. Dean Smith married Ann Cleavinger in 1954, and they had three children.

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268. Dean Smith was a Hall of Fame member for his years as a college basketball coach.

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269. Carsen Edwards was born on March 12, 1998 and is an American college basketball player for the Purdue Boilermakers.

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270. LaMelo Ball will certainly establish himself as one of the most popular athletes no matter where the next step in his career is.

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271. LaMelo Ball found himself in a bit of controversy after dropping the n-word on a WWE Raw appearance.

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272. In 2006, Dean Smith became the spokesperson for Devout Democrats, an inter-faith, grassroots political action committee designed to convince religious Americans to vote for Democrats.

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273. Boston Celtics player Al Horford is married to model and singer Amelia Vega, who is best known for being the first Dominican woman to win the Miss Universe pageant.

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274. LaMelo Ball is returning to play basketball in the high school ranks, his boisterous father LaVar Ball announced on Tuesday.

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275. De'Aaron Fox made two free throws with 26 seconds remaining to put the Kings ahead after Thompson missed a 33-footer moments earlier.

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276. On 19 July 2017, Aron Baynes signed with the Boston Celtics.

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277. Carsen Edwards was amazed by the support for Purdue at the Charleston Classic.

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278. Dean Smith had the 9th highest winning percentage of any men's college basketball coach.

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279. De'Aaron Fox speeds through the Utah defense and leaps in the air for a rim-rocking dunk.

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280. In 1965, Dean Smith helped Howard Lee, a black graduate student at North Carolina, purchase a home in an all-white neighborhood.

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281. Zion Williamson is an 18-year-old college basketball player who plays for the Duke Blue Devils.

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