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DMV Spotlight: Boo Jackson The Latest / Dec 14, 2010 / 5:19 pm

Verbals: Cardell Dudley

D.M.V- ON THE VERGE

Whats going on world? Cardell “since 9 years old” Dudley is back to bring talented players from my hometown the D.M.V (DC,MD,VA) to the forefront. Players you should keep an eye out for, players who put in work on the big stages of college,the pros and ESPECIALLY the playground. Players ON THE VERGE of becoming a household name.

First up is Christian “Boo” Jackson, a junior forward for Emporia State University after playing for Manhattan and Bowie State respectively. Standing 6-5 and weighing in at 230 lbs, Boo is a good mix of power an finesse. Ask his opponents, it’s hell checking this dude. Try to put a bigger player on him, he kills you from the outside on the dribble drive. Try to put a smaller player on him who is quick enough to stay with him, he will PUNISH him in the post. Better yet, ask the reigning NBA scoring champ Kevin Durant how hard it is to stop Boo – he gave Durant squad 40 in 2009 Goodman league playoff Read More »

Minnesota Timberwolves' Michael Beasley (AP Photo/Jim Mone)

“One day I just started doin’ me. I just started scoring a lot, I guess.”-Michael Beasley, Gunnin’ For That #1 Spot Some people are put on this planet to do one thing. For instance, I think Jaleel White was put on the planet to planet to give nerdy brothers higher self-esteem by playing Steve Urkel; Marv Albert graces the green Earth to scream adverbs and adjectives at you through the T.V. screen and Pamela Anderson, umm, was put here to join PETA in the fight against fur. Michael Beasley, Minnesota’s new leader of the Wolf pack, was simply born to score. A lot.

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New to the Bounce blog is Mingus Murray, musician and baller. Think Lenny Kravitz with game. Mingus played high school ball at Hun in Princeton against the powerful Blair Academy team with Luol Deng. Dropped 36 on em’ and now he’s down with us….

Whats up everyone this is Mingus Murray, new blogger for Bounce Magazine. I headed up to the EBC at Rucker Park to catch the game of the week between undefeated Team 914 vs TNP. Last night marked a big day in basketball news. Lebron’s decision was on everyone’s mind in NYC. Will Lebron come and join Amare Stoudemire, will he return to the Cavs, will he join H to the O V in Jersey, or will he take a slight pay cut and dream team it up with D-Wade and Chris Bosh? The World would find out shortly but for all of us in Harlem, watching Team 914 and TNP go at it, Lebron’s decision slipped from our minds… for a little while. Read More »