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Tuesday / June 18.
  • Tony Parker’s high school coach says he’s still making up his mind but will announce his college choice on Monday.

    “At 4 p.m. at the school,” Sharman White of Lithonia (Ga.) Miller Grove told SNY.tv.

    “I think he’s still trying to get that decision nailed,” he added. “I think if he knows where he’s going it would be already be done.”

    White confirmed that the 6-foot-9 Parker was still considering UCLA, Duke, Kansas, Ohio State and Georgia.

    “As far as I know, all those schools are still there,” he said.


    Special to ZAGSBLOG

    NEW YORK –- There is an interesting dynamic running through the Miami Heat right now.

    At 42-17 overall after a 93-85 win at Madison Square Garden over a New York Knicks team fighting for its playoff life, the Heat are all but locked into the Eastern Conference’s No. 2 seed and are generally considered one of only a few true, legitimate NBA title contenders.

    The Knicks, meantime, dropped in the No. 8 spot, half a game behind the Philadelphia 76ers. 

    Tony Parker says he remains uncommitted and will announce Friday at Lithonia (Ga.) Miller Grove High School, according to a Sporting News report.

    Parker said he will chose from among UCLA, Ohio State, Kansas, Duke and Georgia.

    “Tony is ready for it to get over with,” Miller Grove coach Sharman White told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. “He’s planning on doing it on Friday. We haven’t set a time yet but when we do, we’ll let everybody know.”

    The UCLA-bound tandem of Shabazz Muhammad and Kyle Anderson are working overtime to get Parker to Westwood.

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