Monthly Archives: October 2014

CHELSEA CROWE AND THE ALL UNDERRATED COLLEGE TEAM

I am always amazed how kids get missed in the recruiting process, but to be honest it happens more and more these days. Years ago we would see NBA players from small schools or Division 2 and 3 schools. In … Continue reading

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THE REAL GYM RATS….

Last week a college coach asked me about Kellie Crouch of SJV. She first wanted to know what type of kid Kellie was; I told her one of the best. But then the coach asked me something that to be … Continue reading

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8 Golden Nuggets this Fall…..

Round two of NBS as well as NBS will start this week and it’s no surprise we have a few kids come from under the radar. These are the kids that for some reason are over looked or in many case … Continue reading

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Colts Neck/Trevor vanRiemsdyk may have something in Common

I sat down today and was prepared to write about the Colt’s Neck basketball team. Then I realized that I have a relative that fits right up the Colts Neck teams alley. The Colts Neck team doesn’t get much respect, … Continue reading

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OLD SCHOOL MOM…

As I sat next to a college coach watching and discussing the game, a parent was yelling and screaming. This college coach rolled her eyes and said “he is trouble” Pat Sabino the father of Sam Sabino just happen to … Continue reading

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DAYNA SCLAFANI MAKES A DECISON!

  There is a park I pass on my way to NBS, and recently whenever I go by this park I see a number of girls in the park playing basketball. I make a point to stop and watch for … Continue reading

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A DAMM DISGRACE…DAISHA SIMMONS!

I have read some crazy stories in my time, but none is more shocking than the one I read yesterday in the Asbury Park Press written by Jerry Carino (http://www.app.com/story/sports/2014/09/30/daisha-simmons-rutgers-seton-hall-alabama-womens-basketball-gill-st-bernards/16493385/). It involves one of the biggest names in college athletics … Continue reading

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