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Charlie Ward

Charlie Ward (Pro Basketball.  Born, Tallahassee, FL, Oct. 12, 1970.)  After leading Florida State’s football team to the national championship in Jan. 1994, Charlie Ward, Jr., won the Heisman, Maxwell, and Davey O’Brien trophies as the nation’s best football player, as well as the Sullivan Award as the outstanding amateur athlete in America.  He was […]

Jason Kidd

Jason Kidd (Pro basketball.  Born, San Francisco, CA, Mar. 23, 1973.)  Jason Frederick Kidd has been one of America’s most talked-about and written-about basketball players since 1990-91, when he led his high school, St. Joseph of Notre Dame (Alameda, Calif.), to the first of two straight state Div. I championships.  Unlike many other highly-touted scholastic […]

Stephon Marbury

Stephon Marbury (Pro basketball. Born, Brooklyn, NY, Feb. 20, 1977.) At Brooklyn’s Abraham Lincoln H.S., Stephon Marbury was named national high school player of the year in 1995. After one season at Georgia Tech, he entered the N.B.A. and was chosen fourth overall by Milwaukee, who then traded him to Minnesota. In two years with […]

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