Found October 19, 2011 on The Dagger:
SANTA CLARA, Calif. — When Kerry Keating first watched a little-known Houston guard play in April 2007 at the recommendation of one of his assistants, it took more than a little imagination for the Santa Clara coach to project future stardom. "He proceeded to literally go 3-for-28 and only about half of them were good shots," Keating recalled. "So I can't take all the blame for his shot selection. I inherited some of that." Thankfully for Santa Clara, Keating had the foresight not to discount Kevin Foster based on a nerves-induced horrific shooting performance. Foster gradually grew accustomed to not forcing shots or trying to do too much when college coaches evaluated him from the stands. And Keating slowly came to appreciate the shot-happy shooting guard's aggressive, fearless approach rather than regarding it as a drawback. In the four years since Keating became the first college coach to offer Foster a scholarship, the fourth-year junior has repeated...
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