Unlike most of the players beginning their college basketball careers this summer, Walker has lived away from home. He spent a prep year at Sunrise Christian Academy in a suburb of Wichita, Kan., about three hours from his home near Kansas City, Mo. So when the 6-foot-8 power forward with a tall head of hair arrived in Knoxville earlier this month, there was no homesickness. “I’m used to it by this point,” Walker said after playing in a recent Rocky Top League game.
“The numbers don’t lie,” he said last week. Darrington made just seven of 28 three-point attempts in 31 games as a freshman at Vincennes University in the 2015-16 season. It’s a statistic he uses to illustrate a point, because the 6-foot-1 guard led the Indiana junior college in that same category this past season, shooting 43.1 percent with 90 makes from beyond the arc. “That’s just the level of work right there,” Darrington said.
KNOXVILLE — Tennessee basketball coach Rick Barnes made an addition to his staff this past week that will make Yves Pons' transition to college basketball feel, or at least sound, less foreign. Barnes announced the hiring of Aubin Goporo on Friday to the role of director of player development. Goporo, who spent last season as director of student-athlete development at Louisiana-Lafayette, is fluent in three languages, including French.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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