Found February 12, 2014 on Diehardsport:
Trevor Releford doesn’t play at Kansas like his older brother, Travis, used to, but he makes the most of his opportunities at Alabama. The 6’0” guard hit a game winner from downtown on Tuesday night against Marshall Henderson and Ole Miss with less than a second remaining in overtime. Releford (18.7 PPG) definitely has an NBA future and will undoubtedly be invited to at least participate at the combine this summer. The post Trevor Releford hits game-winning three in overtime vs. Ole Miss appeared first on Diehardsport.
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