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Here’s a recap of what we did at Philahoops this week:
-We wrapped up last week with Aaron Bracy’s story on Kyle Molock’s season-ending injury.
Plenty of stories this week profiling members of the Philly team for Sunday’s The-BALL showcase game:
-Former Villanova standout Curtis Sumpter told Kevin Rossi that he was at ease with Sunday’s game wrapping up his injury-plagued career.
-Ex-Temple standout Mark Tyndale told Teddy Bailey that he likes Philly’s chances in Sunday’s game.
-Former St. Joe’s G Pat Carroll tells Matt Schultz he’s thrilled to play final pro game on Hawk Hill.
-Former Temple G Dustin Salisbery tells Chase Senior he hopes to get noticed in Sunday’s game.
-Ex-St. Joe’s G Tasheed Carr talks to Cab Washington about how Philly will represent on Sunday.
-Cab Washington also talked to former La Salle great Rodney Green about his appearance in Sunday’s game.
And on the Backdoor Cut blog:
-Aaron Bracy provided a welcome.
-Joe Fedorowicz wondered what the CAA is going to do with a team shortage.
-Aaron Bracy gives the nod to Drexel’s DAC Pack as the best student section in the city last season.
-Teddy Bailey writes about Penn grad Zack Rosen’s first pro contract with an Israel club, and Rosen tells Philahoops he won’t play in Sunday’s BALL showcase game.
-BALL coverage Sunday: Philahoops will be out at Sunday’s BALL game at Hagan Arena. Follow @philahoops on Twitter & facebook.com/philahoops for coverage.
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