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  1. Accidentally posted more than once. Sorry
  2. JOB FAIR: Two ex-Jazz guards, Dee Brown and Troy Hudson, and Weber State product Eddie Gill, a former Jazz summer-leaguer, are among six point guards who reportedly will audition today in Phoenix in a bid to fill the Suns' 13th roster spot. According to the Arizona Republic, free agents Damon Stoudamire, Darrell Armstrong and Walker Russell Jr. also will participate. All except Russell, who toils in the NBA Development League, have prior NBA experience. Brown was waived by Washington earlier this season. deseretnews.com December 22, 2008 http://www.deseretnews.com/article/1,5143,705272278,00.html
  3. The Assembly Hall

    I work at AH for basketball and other events. Our security instructions differ between events. DIA is probably who sets the camera policy for basketall games. When you see photographers under the basket with video and big lenses they have been cleared via some kind of credentials. As a professional photographer you should inquire with someone at the main AH office.
  4. Two ex-Jazz guards, Dee Brown and Troy Hudson, and Weber State product Eddie Gill, a former Jazz summer-leaguer, are among six point guards who reportedly will audition today in Phoenix in a bid to fill the Suns' 13th roster spot. According to the Arizona Republic, free agents Damon Stoudamire, Darrell Armstrong and Walker Russell Jr. also will participate. All except Russell, who toils in the NBA Development League, have prior NBA experience. Brown was waived by Washington earlier this season. Published by: deseretnews.com Monday December 22, 2008
  5. Take a second to become informed, fightingillini.com states the practice will begin immediately when football clock runs out. News release on the basketball team page of official website of University of Illinois Athletics...............................Oct. 7, 2008 Champaign, Ill. - The Illinois men's and women's basketball teams will take part in a record-setting event on Saturday afternoon, participating in the World's Biggest Basketball Practice in front of over 60,000 fans at Memorial Stadium. As soon as the clock turns to zero of the Homecoming football game, both basketball teams will take the floor and begin warm-up drills. A basketball court will be in place in the south end zone prior to the football game, meaning there will be no delay between events.
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