Sunday, July 9, 2017

News On The Horizon 7/9/2017

College notes: Q&A with CMU AD Michael Alford--Detroit News
■ There’s still no definitive word from Detroit Mercy whether Jaleel Hogan will be on the basketball team this fall. He tweeted out a while ago that he was leaving, but that tweet was quickly deleted. The 6-foot-7, 260-pound forward would be a big loss for a young team. He led the Titans, averaging 15.2 points.

* Former Oakland basketball player Ryan Hoover has joined the NBA’s Milwaukee Bucks as vice president of global scouting. He comes from the Pistons, where he was director of corporate partnerships and contributed on TV and radio broadcasts.
There Is No Cleveland State-Youngstown State Rivalry. And There May Never Be.--Campus Pressbox
Ill will over, WMU and UDM renew hoops rivalry--Detroit News
Basketball Coaches to Speak at Titan Luncheon on July
Ray McCallum To Play In NBA Summer League With Houston
Just The Start For Corey
Transfer Kendrick Nunn helps stoke very high expectations at Oakland--Detroit News
Brown, McKinnie playing in NBA Las Vegas Summer League--Phear The Phoenix
New Celtic Hayward had success against UW-Milwaukee at Butler--Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Coach Baldwin On “Marching To Madness”

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