Posted June 18, 2013 on
Duke guard Rasheed Sulaimon will join Duke targets Winslow and Okafor on the roster which will compete at the 2013 FIBA U19 World Championship will be held June 24-July 6 in Prague, Czech Republic.
BEST OF MAXIM
Rasheed Sulaimon cleared the penultimate cut for the U-19 team yesterday. Among the remaining candidates: Georgia Tech’s Marcus Georges-Hunt, Syracuse’s Jerami Grant, Louisville’s Montrezl Harrell, Duke targets Jahlil Okafor and Justise Winslow, Pitt’s James Robinson, superstar Marcus Smart and Virgina big man Mike Tobey.
Four more will be cut by the end of the week when...
Ask anyone who watched any significant stretches of Duke’s 2012 Football season, what their weakest area and most will say unequivocally that it was the defensive side of the ball.
Duke, who utilizes a 4-2-5 defensive scheme relies heavily on the defensive front to slow the run and get pressure on the quarterback but at the same time they rely a good deal on the defensive backfield...
Team U.S. A. has trimmed down to their final roster for the FIBA U19 World Championships and the ACC is still sitting pretty. Three current or soon-to-be Atlantic Coast Conference players survived two rounds of cuts, including Duke’s Rasheed Sulaimon, Syracuse’s Jerami Grant and in a bit of a surprise, Virginia’s Mike Tobey.
Notre Dame’s James Robinson and Georgia Tech’s...