Found November 09, 2012 on SCACC Hoops:
Georgia State at Duke Date 11/9/2012 7:00:00 PMLive StatsLinkTV ESPNU Team Stats Embed This Chart On Your Website Next up, first up we suppose, is Georgia State, a team most of us around here became aware of when Lefty Driesell made it his last stop and turned GSU into a credible program. Like many of you, we don’t know a whole lot about the Panthers. Fortunately for us, we have Carlos’s excellent out of conference previews as published in Barry Jacob’s Fan’s Guide to Duke Basketball 2012-13 to lean on. We heartily recommend that to you guys as an excellent scouting tool. Georgia State was 22-11 last year and made the CIT for some post-season play. Unfortunately they lost a lot of talent from that team. Returning are guards Devonta White (5-10) and Rashaad Richardson (6-3). They are joined by coach Ron Hunter’s son RJ Hunter. More from DBR Previewing the Georgia State-Duke game from the Blue Devils’ view Mike Krzyzewski Doesn’t Sound Like a Coach Who Has Any Plans to Leave Duke Any Time Soon DUKE/GEORGIA STATE: Blue Devil rookies look to fill key roles Duke’s Curry set for season opener Tipoff nears for No. 6 N.C. State, No. 8 Duke, No. 11 UNC Tudor: Perimeter defense, depth will be keys for Devils Part I in a two-part Q&A with Georgia State’s Ron Hunter Part II of Hunter Q&A: He breaks down Duke and who holds the key to Georgia State’s season ACC Basketball Preview: No. 2 Duke DukeNameGPMinsPtsAstsRbdsStlsBlksTOsFG%3P%FT%Off Eff Ryan Kelly00. Mason Plumlee00. Andre Dawkins00. Josh Hairston00. Tyler Thornton00. Seth Curry00. Todd Zafirovski00. Quinn Cook00. Alex Murphy00. Marshall Plumlee00. Rasheed Sulaimon Amile Jefferson Rodney Hood

Hunter leads Georgia State in 74-55 loss to Duke

The father in Ron Hunter beamed with pride. The coach in him saw room for improvement. His son R.J. Hunter finished his first college game with a double-double - at Cameron Indoor Stadium, no less - with his 14 points and 10 rebounds leading Georgia State in the Panthers' 74-55 season-opening loss to No. 8 Duke on Friday night. ''As a dad, he gets his allowance,'...
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