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Chatham »

Go old school and watch Rose and Parker when they attended Simeon, and Okafor when he led Whitney Young.

Downtown »

Jimmy G. Buckets is Jimmy G. Endorsements. The "G" stands for gets. 

Grand Boulevard »

Chicago's James Capers said the tweet, "I'm coming for yall if we lose," didn't bother him a bit.

Lincoln Park »

The former DePaul star said the Blue Demons have the right leaders in place, and a new arena will help.

Near West Side »

As team celebrates 50 years, Dean Wessel's daughter said her dad's legacy was about being a good man.

Edgewater »

Daniel Poneman is using his networking skills to cast film roles for basketball players.

Chatham »

Davis donated the Nike basketball shoes to Perspectives Charters Schools' boys and girls players.

Near West Side »

Former Bulls broadcaster Tom Dore said Golden State could surpass the '95-96 Bulls after 23-0 start.

Near West Side »

Thunder broadcaster Brian Davis spent 20 years learning from some of Chicago's greatest on-air talents.

Near West Side »

The former Whitney Young and Ohio State standout was drafted by the Grand Rapids Drive.

Morgan Park »

Mac Irvin's oldest child played in the NBA and now is an agent for Shawn Marion, Jason Terry and others.

Austin »

Fizer and several other former Chicago basketball stars will be part of an upcoming charity hoops game.

South Chicago »

The star guard from Chicago hopes to make the Cavaliers' NBA roster and learn from LeBron James.

Garfield Park »

Ex-Marshall star was proud to share the graduation stage with 3 teammates, all from the Chicago area.

Austin »

Larry Starks is now the NBA news editor for ESPN, helping decide how news stories are handled.