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"I think what we’ve learned is that Kevin has a lot more swag than we’ve given him credit for," Hawks coach Lloyd Pierce said. "Soft-spoken, mild-mannered, and all of sudden he’ll dunk on you. And he’ll whisper something to you after he dunks on you."
While Kevin Huerter will start his NBA career as a first-round draft pick and Justin Jackson will try to start his after being picked in the second round, both former Maryland players will be part of rebuilding teams at the bottom of the Eastern Conference.
"I often say, we can step over addicts. We can walk past them on the street, but every one of them have a mom and dad at home. They have a son or daughter that miss them on Christmas and just want to see them on their birthday," Chris Herren told more than 800 people gathered at The John Carroll School's gym.
Targeting rising stars, Under Armour hopes its basketball footwear business can take flight in the United States and overseas. The company is sponsoring a national series of youth clinics this week with the NBA.
City of Gods, which is named after a Baltimore clothing store, includes several players with local ties, including former Maryland star James Gist and Omar Strong, a former two-time All-Metro guard at Douglass High who played collegiately at Texas Southern.
Former Maryland guard Lexie Brown has transferred to Duke. The rising junior will sit out this season under NCAA transfer rules and will have two years of eligibility remaining beginning with the 2016-17 season.