Monthly Archives: April 2010

Kevin Durant Becomes Youngest to Win Scoring Crown, Leads Thunder to 50 Wins

Kevin Durant won the NBA scoring title, and as a team player led his young OKC mates to 50 victories- a proposition that would have seemed unlikely last year:’s%20youngest%20scoring%20champ

Durant played AAU ‘ball for the DC Assault, and graduated Montrose Christian.


Nolan Smith Leads Duke to National Title

Raining on a Hoosiers parade, Nolan Smith follows in the footsteps of his homeboy Ty Lawson, and sparks his team to a national championship run:

The Upper Marlboro native scored 13 in the title game.


Doc Rivers on Kevin Durant

Celtics coach weighs in on scoring sensation:


Scottie Reynolds Makes John Wooden All-American Team

Former Herndon All-Met earns one of nation’s highest honors:

Men’s 2010 John R. Wooden Award All American Team



Name Height Class Position University Conference
James Anderson 6-6 Jr. G Oklahoma State Big 12
Da’Sean Butler 6-7 Sr. F West Virginia Big East
Sherron Collins 5-11 Jr. G Kansas Big 12
DeMarcus Cousins 6-11 Fr. F Kentucky SEC
Wesley Johnson 6-7 Jr. F Syracuse Big East
Scottie Reynolds 6-2 Jr. G Villanova Big East
Jon Scheyer 6-5 Sr. G Duke ACC
Evan Turner 6-7 Jr. G/F Ohio State Big Ten
Greivis Vasquez 6-6 Sr. G Maryland ACC
John Wall 6-4 Fr. G Kentucky SEC


 Maryland guard Greivis Vasquez, a teammate of Kevin Durant’s at Montrose Christian, was also honored.