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Friday / June 14.
  • Former Arizona commit Jahvon Quinerly was on hand Wednesday at Hudson (N.J.) Catholic when two of his teammates signed their National Letters of Intent, but Quinerly plans to wait it out before making his next move.

    Luther Muhammad, a 6-foot-4 shooting guard, signed his NLI with Ohio State, while 6-8 wing Louis King inked with Oregon.

    After decommitting from Arizona last month in the wake of the FBI investigation into bribery in college basketball, the 6-2 Quinerly plans to wait and see what his options are.

    “We’ve been playing together since we were in the seventh grade, this was our goal, to all sign together,” Quinerly told “But I’m going to have my own day, and I’m just happy for these guys right now and supporting them to the fullest.”


    When star senior point guard and last year’s Final Four Most Oustanding Player Joel Berry broke his right hand a few weeks back, UNC head coach Roy Williams had a decision to make.

    Either he could start athletic sophomore Seventh Woods or the highly touted freshman Jalek Felton.

    Williams went with the second option.

    In his first collegiate start, Felton scored 5 points and grabbed 2 rebounds in 18 minutes of action while his team was able to come away with an 86-69 victory over Northern Iowa in Chapel Hill on Friday night.

    “Jalek (Felton) for a freshman in his first game, I thought he was fine,” Williams told reporters after the game. “It’s hard playing without Joel Berry. No question about it.”

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