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Playing in Front of Entire Family For First Time in Six Years, Jared Sullinger Has “Emotional” and Dominant Performance at Kingdom League

At this stage of his basketball career, one would assume playing in the Kingdom League to be old hat for Jared Sullinger. The dominant exhibitions put forth by the former Buckeye big man in front of Columbus crowds span well over a decade. From his days as a five-star phenom playing at Northland High School and the Ohio State Fairgrounds to his showcases at the Schottenstein Center – and even some Carmen’s Crew action in The Basketball Tournament – Sullinger has had ample opportunity to wow his hometown fans over the years.
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Jared Sullinger Play by Play Classic: Top Performers

A look at some of the top performances from the six games on Saturday. Let’s take a quick look at the results from the games and top performances. It’s hard to go to an Africentric game and not mention Swain’s name. With his running mate Dan Wagner unavailable to play, Swain had to carry the load for his team. The junior scored all of his 17 points inside the three point arc with a variety of pull up mid range jumpers and layups. At 6 foot 8, he is able to shoot over almost anyone that guards him. Swain does a great job using quick dribbles to get his defender moving and then rises up to knock down shots. I’ve seen Africentric play three times and so far nobody has been able to slow down Swain. He will be a key piece for Africentric if they want to make a run in Division III this year.
GAHANNA, OH
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'Cold' Jared Sullinger recalls emotional Ohio State win in last IUPUI meeting

The usual emotion and fire wasn’t there when Jared Sullinger was dropped off at Value City Arena. It was Dec. 9, 2010, and No. 2 Ohio State was hosting IUPUI that evening. Six games into his collegiate career, Sullinger had missed shootaround that morning to attend the viewing for his uncle Harold “Briefy” Sullinger. Less than two weeks earlier, his uncle had been in the stands to see the Buckeyes defeat Miami (Ohio), 66-45, a Nov. 26 game played one week before he passed away.
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