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    Dee Davis doing well in Slovenia:

    @Inception_Bball Congrats to @DeeDavisX on being named the All-Slovenian League Guard of the Year, 1st Team, All-Imports Team, and All-Defensive Team.

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    Jalen Reynolds to work out for Raptors on Thursday and Friday.
    ...he went up late, and I was already up there.

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    Just saw this on Facebook from Shannon Russell.

    Per Paula Fronckowiak's request, here is a list of XU players in the NBA and abroad.

    Some of the 'abroad' listees are the best, latest info I have; for example, I'm not 100 percent sure Kenny Frease is headed back to Germany (or playing at all). And Stanley Burrell passed on a contract to play in Lithuania last year in order to spend more time with his son, Jayden; he was living in Holland last winter when he returned for his Hall of Fame induction.

    Newcomers to the latter list include Malcolm Bernard, Tim Stainbrook and RaShid Gaston. Inception Sports announced just today that Gaston signed a one-year contract in France.

    Lionel Chalmers, by the way, is now an assistant coach at Wofford.

    NBA
    David West (Golden State)
    Jordan Crawford (New Orleans)
    Semaj Christon (Oklahoma City)
    Edmond Sumner (Indiana)

    Overseas
    Remy Abell (Finland)
    Malcolm Bernard (Argentina)
    Derrick Brown (Turkey)
    Stanley Burrell (Poland)
    Justin Cage (Belgium)
    Dee Davis (Germany)
    Justin Doellman (Spain)
    Josh Duncan (Turkey)
    James Farr (France)
    Kenny Frease (Germany)
    RaShid Gaston (France)
    Tu Holloway (Israel)
    Jason Love (Ukraine)
    Mark Lyons (Turkey)
    Justin Martin (Colombia)
    Jamel McLean (Greece)
    Isaiah Philmore (Germany)
    B.J. Raymond (Italy)
    Jalen Reynolds (Italy)
    Romain Sato (Spain)
    Matt Stainbrook (Spain)
    Travis Taylor (Bulgaria)
    Tim Stainbrook (Spain)


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    Quote Originally Posted by bjf123 View Post
    Just saw this on Facebook from Shannon Russell.

    Per Paula Fronckowiak's request, here is a list of XU players in the NBA and abroad.

    Some of the 'abroad' listees are the best, latest info I have; for example, I'm not 100 percent sure Kenny Frease is headed back to Germany (or playing at all). And Stanley Burrell passed on a contract to play in Lithuania last year in order to spend more time with his son, Jayden; he was living in Holland last winter when he returned for his Hall of Fame induction.

    Newcomers to the latter list include Malcolm Bernard, Tim Stainbrook and RaShid Gaston. Inception Sports announced just today that Gaston signed a one-year contract in France.

    Lionel Chalmers, by the way, is now an assistant coach at Wofford.

    NBA
    David West (Golden State)
    Jordan Crawford (New Orleans)
    Semaj Christon (Oklahoma City)
    Edmond Sumner (Indiana)

    Overseas
    Remy Abell (Finland)
    Malcolm Bernard (Argentina)
    Derrick Brown (Turkey)
    Stanley Burrell (Poland)
    Justin Cage (Belgium)
    Dee Davis (Germany)
    Justin Doellman (Spain)
    Josh Duncan (Turkey)
    James Farr (France)
    Kenny Frease (Germany)
    RaShid Gaston (France)
    Tu Holloway (Israel)
    Jason Love (Ukraine)
    Mark Lyons (Turkey)
    Justin Martin (Colombia)
    Jamel McLean (Greece)
    Isaiah Philmore (Germany)
    B.J. Raymond (Italy)
    Jalen Reynolds (Italy)
    Romain Sato (Spain)
    Matt Stainbrook (Spain)
    Travis Taylor (Bulgaria)
    Tim Stainbrook (Spain)


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    Yeah, Tim Stainbrook surprises me too. I see nothing on his Twitter page about this, but that means nothing.

    Looks like the majority of our starters over the past 10 years are playing or coaching somewhere. I'm surprised Lavender never went abroad that I know of.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sirthought View Post
    Yeah, Tim Stainbrook surprises me too. I see nothing on his Twitter page about this, but that means nothing.

    Looks like the majority of our starters over the past 10 years are playing or coaching somewhere. I'm surprised Lavender never went abroad that I know of.
    At one point he had some issues that kept him from being able to head overseas. I think that derailed possibilities for him. Which is unfortunate, but self-inflicted.


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    I'm gathering up all the former X players that are now involved in coaching at either the collegiate or professional level. Can anyone think of anymore guys besides the ones below.
    James Posey – Assistant Coach for the Cleveland Cavaliers
    Anthony Coleman – Assistant Coach at Arizona State University
    Dante Jackson – Assistant Coach at Robert Morris University
    Lionel Chalmers – Assistant Coach at Wofford College
    Brian Thornton – Assistant Coach at Ball State University
    Brian Walsh – Director of Basketball Operations at Indiana University

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    Chris Mack - Head Coach at THE Xavier University
    We've come a long way since my bench seat at the Fieldhouse!

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    Jalen looking good in Italy. Nice recognition for a big game yesterday.

    Eurocup round 2 co-MVPs Giedraitis and Reynolds

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