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Monday News:

T.J. Bray appears on the first team of an admittedly "way too early" preseason All-Ivy League.

In JSBL action, Edo Lawrence had a substantial double-double.

Not to be outdone, Jimmy Sherburne converted more than half of his 29 field goal attempts during a recent Milwaukee Pro-Am contest.

Hans Brase and Germany took 11th place at the U-20 European Championship.

A look back at Chester High School basketball includes the recollection of a time when the school defeated Reading High, then coached by Pete Carril.

You can meet Will Venable when the San Diego Padres visit the Los Angeles Dodgers on August 31st.

George Clark said,

July 22, 2013 @ 4:35 pm

As one who believes a healthy Sherburne might have enabled the Tigers to win the 2012-13 Ivy title, I am thrilled to learn that he is evidently playing better than ever. This season Sherburne's presence may free Koon to return to the frontcourt, a more comfortable place for him. Hard to imagine Edo banging with the Harvard, Penn and Brown bigs, but we can hope.

Steven Postrel said,

July 25, 2013 @ 6:10 pm

I've never seen Lawrence play. Does he get pushed around underneath? Whom does Princeton have who can play post defense against the likes of Nelson-Henry, Smith, or whatever bruiser Yale throws in there?

Agree about Sherburne's importance, but I would still like to see Koon expand his outside game in order to play either guard or forward.

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