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Thursday News:

What teams from the past five seasons were most similar to the 2010-11 Princeton Tigers?

It shouldn't be a huge surprise that the 14-Game Tournament is already the first with an extensive draft preview of next season.

The Tigers opening with Rutgers at home and Drexel on the road? Not going to happen, but that's what the ScheduleMatic algorithm generated.

The Princeton Packet has more on Kareem Maddox's overseas signing.

A member of the 1952 EIBL champion Princeton team, Donald Marshall passed away Saturday at the age of 79.

Idriss Omboumbou, who played for Howie Levy at Mercer County Community College, died unexpectedly in his sleep a few days ago. A memorial service will be held this weekend. They're trying to raise money so Omboumbou can be buried in his native Gabon.

You can watch more of Douglas Davis and Kit Mueller in DelCo Pro-Am summer league action here and here.

Kevin "Moon" Mullin now has a blog.

A high school senior committed to Duquesne was "also recruited by Dartmouth and Princeton."

Sydney Johnson made a Yahoo! Sports list of Best Mid-Major Coaches. Richmond's Chris Mooney is also in this field of 16.

Elsewhere on Yahoo!, a contributor's Best NBA Players from Ivy League Colleges features four former Tigers in their top seven.

While I was on vacation the last week I updated the site's list of Princeton Tigers on Twitter, which now includes over 30 different current and former players to follow.

Finally, a Town Topics piece on Craig Robinson's son Avery, who is playing in the Princeton Summer League.

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