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Sunday / May 19.

    For months, Devin Coleman has been trying to find the right school for himself.

    As his senior season and career at Friends Central outside Philadelphia ended last week with a third consecutive Pennsylvania Independent Schools State championship,, the 6-foot-3 shooting guard decided it was time to focus on his recruitment.

    Before his season wrapped up, first-year Clemson head coach Brad Brownell decided to offer Coleman a scholarship. This weekend, Coleman made the trip down to South Carolina for an official visit and came out a Tiger.

    “Yessir,” Coleman said by text.

    Jared Jeffries could be headed back to the Knicks.

    The Houston Rockets waived the seldom-used forward on Friday after a pair of trades made just before Thursday’s deadline.

    The 6-foot-11 Jeffries, acquired from New York in the Tracy McGrady deal last February, is in the last year of his contract and will make about $6.9 million this season. He appeared in only 18 games this year – none after Feb. 2 – and never found a place in coach Rick Adelman’s rotation after joining the Rockets.

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