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Who was your favorite College basketball player?

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Yeah, I graduated HS with Antawn, so I always had a small measure of pride in seeing him succeed... Not that I had anything to do with his success, whatsoever. :lol:

I always pulled for him too even though i'm a duke fan. I went to Providence also and got to see him play a lot in high school. I still like to watch him play now.

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Juan Dixon was another worth mentioning.

I am having a brain fart, but there was a white FSU point guard that used to light it up in the 90's, cant think of his name.

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Juan Dixon was another worth mentioning.

I am having a brain fart, but there was a white FSU point guard that used to light it up in the 90's, cant think of his name.

Bob Sura.

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As many as I've liked, particularly, Heels...I really enjoyed watching Larry Johnson at UNLV.

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Yeah, I graduated HS with Antawn, so I always had a small measure of pride in seeing him succeed... Not that I had anything to do with his success, whatsoever. :lol:

No sh¡t! I graduated w/ his younger brother Albert...Providence grads eh? :P

For me, it's all about Jason Williams.

If Dunleavy would have stayed for his senior year, my answer may be different.

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Grant Hill

good player, did what the coaches asked of him and should have been a better pro until injuries...

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I had three, two Tar Heels and a Maryland player.

Phil Ford - the man was incredible when he went to the four corners, he just couldn't get caught other than fouled and didn't miss foul shots.

Micheal Jordan - Explosive, incredible, what more can you say?...

Lenny Bias - I cried when he died, an amazing player I wanted to see at the next level...

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