Sunday, January 18, 2009

Sharing the Wealth

We thought we would share some of the articles that have been floating around on the web:

Here is a good read on Wall from the News-Leader of Springfield, Missouri. This is a small snippit:

"Jerry Meyer,'s national basketball recruiting analyst, said Wall is a true pass-first point guard with uncanny north-and-south speed. Meyer compares Wall to NBA guards Rajon Rondo of the Boston Celtics, Tony Parker of the San Antonio Spurs and Derrick Rose of the Chicago Bulls at a similar stage."

John Wall Article

Here is a good read on Scott Wood from the Chronicle-Tribune. It's focus is on Wood being a Mr. Basketball candidate in the state of Indiana.


"Marion coach Joe Luce believes Wood has bucked those trends because of his role in the Giants’ success over the past 2½ years.

“When you talk to college basketball coaches, they will mention Scott as one of the three best players in Indiana,” Luce said. “He’s done everything that he can do to make himself a household name in Indiana.”

Luce said another successful postseason run for the Giants would help send Wood to the top of the Mr. Basketball list, and Wood agrees.

“I have no chance to win Mr. Basketball if we don’t win games,” Wood said. “If we win games and go back to state, that other stuff will take care of itself.

“My main thing is to win games, whether that means I have to score 30 points or zero points,” Wood added."

Scott Wood Article

Also, check out this video interview with Scott Wood that Digital Sports did.

Scott Wood Interview

Here is a write-up from Beaconcast of the Walton vs. Centennial game that was this past Friday.


"Whitehart was genuinely amazed at the talent he saw on both sides of the ball.

“You really can’t defend those kids. You can’t defend a Glen (Rice), you can’t defend a Ryan Harrow, you can’t defend a DeVonta and you can’t defend a Lorenzo. You can only hope to contain them.”"

Game Recap


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