Ray Carci Named DC Basketball Board Member

Former Bladensburg H.S. player and longtime South Carolina Special Olympics VP Ray Carci was named to the Board of Directors of the DC Basketball Institute. Carci attended the University of Maryland, and has worked with Special Olympics in The Palmetto State for 17 years. Prior to that, he was involved with the Olympic Committee and the Georgia Dome for the 1996 Atlanta Games, and was in charter jet sales. His experience in major gifts and donations, will be an asset to DC Basketball.
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There is No Stopping Trey Kelley

Here is an article on former Dunbar High star Tre Kelley:

http://www.basketballinsiders.com/18-years-of-pain-for-tre-kelley-and-no-stopping-now/

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Curtis Malone: Hero or Villian?

Article on AAU basketball figure Curtis Malone:

http://www.si.com/college-basketball/2014/08/20/curtis-malone-aau-basketball-drug-arrest

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The DMV is Basketball’s Biggest Secret: DC Basketball

Why DC Basketball is below the national radar:

http://elitedaily.com/sports/welcome-dmv-basketballs-best-kept-secret-nba-talent/677472/

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What Ever Happened to Michael Graham?

This is far and away, the most oft asked question of Washington area basketball historians. Here is part of the answer:

http://www.hardwoodinsiders.com/2014/06/legends-of-the-hardwood-michael-graham/

We also get asked about Earl Jones pretty often.

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Michael Bossard Dies: Magnificent Seven Members Ascends

McKinley Tech All-Met Michael Bossard died. He was a pivotal player on the 1968-69 team that won 33 straight Internigh games, the squad called “The Magnificent Seven”.

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Silver Spring’s Natasha Adair Named Georgetown Women’s Coach

Former Einstein star named Lady Hoyas coach:

http://www.guhoyas.com/sports/w-baskbl/spec-rel/041414aaa.html

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