Hurley Calls Anderson a ‘Modern-Day Magic Johnson’
PISCATAWAY, N.J. — Bob Hurley has coached some pretty good players in his day.
Bobby Hurley, Terry Dehere, Jerry Walker, Mike Rosario and Tyshawn Taylor are just some of the players to come through St. Anthony over the years.
Yet Hurley reserves special praise for 6-foot-8, UCLA-bound point guard Kyle Anderson.
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