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NBA star Brandon Roy will return to coach Seattle Garfield in 2019-20 season

Brandon Roy, the former NBA star turned prep coach at Seattle schools Nathan Hale (where he won a national title with Michael Porter Jr.) and Garfield announced that he would take the 2018-19 school year off from coaching before returning for the 2019-20 campaign. 298 more words

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The Forgotten Legend in Portland: Brandon Roy

As the NBA approaches its final month of hoop-less action in the offseason, NBA fans, basketball purists, and historians of the game are still mourning and hypothetically debating on certain missed opportunities that could have potentially put their franchise into basketball immortality. 1,070 more words

Former NBA All-Star Brandon Roy steps down as Garfield (Seattle) head coach

Brandon Roy, the former Portland Trailblazers standout who made three NBA All-Star teams, has reportedly stepped down as his prep alma mater’s head coach.

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Michael Porter Jr. Shares What Brandon Roy Told Him About Bouncing Back From An Injury

There are a whole lot of questions that exist at the top of the 2018 NBA Draft. You can make a case for any number of them being the most fascinating subplot of the night, including the question of which team will make the call to select Missouri forward Michael Porter Jr. 1,661 more words


That's a Wrap!

Victoria Playhouse, in partnership with Atlantic Academy of Performing Arts, offered a fourteen-week session of theatre classes for kids aged 5 to 14 years. Teachers Sherri-Lee Pike and Brandon Roy are industry professionals who instructed the kids in acting, singing, and movement through exercises, games, and improvisation.

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Mike Bibby, Brandon Roy might be next NBA stars turned high school coaches to take D1 college job

One of the nation’s top high school coaches in Anfernee “Penny” Hardaway is on his way to the collegiate ranks. Hardaway will leave East High School (Memphis), where he built a perennial powerhouse and won three consecutive state championships, to join his alma mater at the University of Memphis. 523 more words