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Bloomfield Hills' Yante Maten praying, preparing for life in NBA

Georgia forward Yante Maten, who starred at Bloomfield Hills, speaks at the Detroit Pistons practice facility in Auburn Hills on June 19, 2018. For nearly two months, Toiya Page has had difficulty keeping track of her son. "I swear his flight schedule is more hectic than your average airline pilot

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Maryland guard Kevin Huerter, invited to NBA draft's green room, will watch from N.Y. home

Maryland men's basketball guard Kevin Huerter's rise from fringe NBA draft prospect to first-round lock was reaffirmed with an invitation to the Barclays Center's green room Thursday night. But the former Terps standout will be watching and waiting closer to home, his father, Tom, said. Huerter

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Size has always mattered in the NBA. Today, it matters less than ever.

For as long as basketball has existed, size has been considered almost a prerequisite to a success. Consider how many of the dominant teams in NBA history had dominant big men — George Mikan, Bill Russell, Wilt Chamberlain, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Hakeem Olajuwon, Shaquille O'Neal and Tim Duncan — at

Read more: https://www.denverpost.com/2018/06/19/nba-size-matters-less-than-ever/?src=rss



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