Gene Bess became the first college basketball coach to reach 1,200 victories, directing Three Rivers Community College to a 91-51 victory over State Fair on Thursday night. The 79-year-old Bess is 1,200-349 in 45 seasons at the Poplar Bluff school. Bess led the Raiders to national junior college championships in 1979 and 1992. He coached longtime NBA star Latrell Sprewell in the early 1990s.
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January 09, 2015 | Discuss
So when I approached JB about returning to the Razzball fold, my first suggestion was to do something on wing players. As any veteran fantasy hoops junkie knows, the dudes with the SG/SF designation are superly dooperly useful. Most teams have multiple non-PG and non-PF slots, plus you have the UTIL slots. Old-timers have some fond memories of crazy Latrell Sprewell, a member of...
Those who know me will know that this is my final week living in Milwaukee, which is a very sad thing. Apparently Milwaukee native Latrell Sprewell won’t be as sad as others to see me go. On Monday night I was out at the bar Rogue’s with several friends when I spotted Sprewell and his trademark dreadlocks hanging out across the way from me. Being the sports journalist I am...
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