Twenty-eight years later, Kurk Lee Sr. remembers the aftermath of his game-winning basket, a driving hook shot with two seconds left that sent Towson past Drexel, 75-73.
"The crowd [in Philadelphia] got real quiet and the guys all jumped on top of me," Lee said.
On Thursday night, Towson hosts Drexel, and Lee — the Tigers' first Division I All-American in 1989 — will be there, cheering his son on the court. Except that Kurk Lee Jr. plays for Drexel and hopes to kick Towson's butt.
The younger Lee, a freshman point guard, is the Dragons' second-leading scorer (14 points per game) and leads the team in steals, assists and minutes played. A high school standout,...