Extractions: (1997-98) Corey Benjamin may be the best athlete ever to wear an Oregon State men's basketball uniform...a great leaper...known for his acrobatic dunks...his game improved throughout last season as he strides for more consistency...shot improved immensely from the beginning of the season to the end...shot selection has improved...was considered for the John R. Wooden Award top 25 list, but was not selected...played for the NIT All-Stars in Japan during the summer, and averaged 14.5 points and shot 59 percent from the field. (1996-97) Corey was selected to the Pac-10 Conference's and College Hoops Insider All-Freshmen teams...also earned second team all-freshmen by Basketball Times...he is the team's leading returning scorer at 14.9 points per game...led the team in scoring in Pac-10 games only at 16.0...led the team in scoring in eight games and in rebounding in three...missed the first four games of the regular season while the NCAA required him to retake the ACT test...scored in double figures in 20 of the 23 games he played...named Pac-10 Conference Player of the Week for Jan. 20 after scoring 57 points in two games vs. Stanford and California...named to the Far West Classic's All-Tournament Team...scored 20-plus points five times, including a three-game stretch against Arizona State, Arizona and UCLA. Fontana Corey averaged 27.6 points and 11.5 rebounds as a senior...USA Today second team All-American selection...Long Beach Press-Telegram Best in the West top player...Cal-Hi Magazine Player of the Year...McDonald's All-American...Parade Magazine second team All-American...led Fontana to 20-plus victories the last three seasons...averaged 24 points and 13 rebounds as a junior and 18 points as a sophomore...three-time first team All-CIF selection...attended North High School in Riverside with his brother Sonny as a freshman.
MSN Sports - Basketball Translate this page Arrivées corey benjamin (NBDL), Uri Cohen-Mintz (Hapoel Tel-Aviv), Will McDonald(South Florida), Laurent Pluvy (prolongation), Willem Laure (prolongation http://msn.eurosport.fr/MSN_sport.asp?LangueID=3&SportID=8&StoryID=489546&eventi
Centre Sport Statistics. Basketball. Teams basketball. NBA. Regular Season. Teams 25, 441. benjamin, corey, 48,862, 145, 350, 31, 89, 49, 82, 21, 67, 88, 54, 122, 2, 31, 74, 22, 432.Brown, Randy, http://www.sport-stat.km.ru/basketball/teams.php?c=001&y=2000&t=0014
NBA Basketball Draft Homepage LA Lakers Sam Jacobson (Minnesota); 27. Seattle Vladimir Stepania (Slovenia); 28.Chicago corey benjamin (Oregon State); 29. Utah Nazr Mohammed (Kentucky); 30. http://www.hostultra.com/~lbrooks2/nba/draftlist.html
Extractions: Click on the year for a more detailed treatment of each draft class. 1999 Draft 1. Chicago: Elton Brand (Duke) 2. Vancouver: Steve Francis (Maryland) 3. Charlotte: Baron Davis (UCLA) 4. LA Clippers: Lamar Odom (Rhode Island) 5. Toronto: Jonathan Bender (Picayune HS) 6. Minnesota: Wally Szczerbiak (Miami of Ohio) 7. Washington: Richard Hamilton (UCONN) 8. Cleveland: Andre Miller (Utah) 9. Phoenix: Shawn Marion (UNLV) 10. Atlanta: Jason Terry (Arizona) 11. Cleveland: Trajan Langdon (Duke) 12. Toronto: Aleksandar Radojevic (Barton County CC) 13. Seattle: Corey Maggette (Duke) 14. Minnesota: William Avery (Duke) 15. New York: Frederick Weis (France) 16. Chicago: Ron Artest (St. John's) 17. Atlanta: Cal Bowdler (Old Dominion) 18. Denver: James Posey (Xavier) 19. Utah: Quincy Lewis (Minnesota) 20. Atlanta: Dion Glover (Georgia Tech) 21. Golden State: Jeff Foster (SW Texas State) 22. Houston: Kenny Thomas (New Mexico) 23. LA Lakers: Devean George (Augsburg) 24. Utah: Andrei Kirilenko(Russia)
HoopsHype - NBA Players - Corey Benjamin CONTACT US. basketball drills. HoopsHype.com Players. .25 corey benjamin AtlantaHawks. Position SG Born 2/24/78 Height 66 / 1,98 Weight 205 lbs. / 93,0 kg. http://www.hoopshype.com/players/corey_benjamin.htm
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Core408 The New Southern California basketball ServerSoCalHoops.com SoCalHoops CollegeNews Report. corey benjamin To Skip Final Two Years Of College For NBA(April 8 http://www.socalhoops.tierranet.com/archive/prepnotes/498/core408.htm
Extractions: Two Years Of College For NBA(April 8,1998) Is there no end to the number of kids who will declare early for the NBA? First it's Paul Pierce of Kansas. Then Korleone Young, who's never played a day of college ball in his life. Even Corey Hightower of Mt. Zion is hinting about the NBA. Now there's another college player, and a SoCal player no less, from Oregon State who has declared. Corey Benjamin (6'-6" So. G) who averaged 19.8 points and five rebounds this last season at Oregon State, said Wednesday he will also pass up his final two collegiate seasons to make himself available for the NBA draft. The announcement was made by Benjamin from Fontana High, his alma mater, where he averaged 27.6 points and 11.5 rebounds in his senior year. Benjamin, 20, averaged 17.5 points in two seasons at Oregon State, scoring 30 or more points in six games. He ranked among the Pacific-10 Conference's top 10 in steals and field goal percentage, and was one of four players in the league to lead his team in scoring and rebounding. "Corey's early entry in the NBA draft is a dream come true for him and his family, and I certainly wish him the best," Oregon State coach Eddie Payne said in a statement issued by the school. "Corey contributed greatly to the excitement of basketball at Oregon State. He is one of the most talented and gifted student-athletes I have ever been around. Corey needs to work on certain aspects of his game, but that is the case for every player at any level. I'm very happy for him, and I want to thank him for his efforts at Oregon State."
Extractions: 1999-00 Scoresheet Fantasy Basketball NBA player list This is the player list used for the 1999-2000 hoops season (LAST SEASON!) . Do NOT use this list for the hoop season beginning in November, 2000. The player lists for that season are now available at: 2000-01 Scoresheet Basketball Player List Scoresheet Home Scoresheet Fantasy Basketball Basketball Draft Board ... Additions (Players with a dash by their name are unsigned as of 9/22/99 - the team shown for them is the last NBA team they played on.) The first column on the player lists is that player's Scoresheet player number. The second number is the total Scoresheet points they scored last season, the third number is their points per 40 minutes played, next is their shooting points per 40 minutes, then rebounding per 40, play-making points per 40 minutes, then defensive points per 40, then age as of opening day. GUARDS FORWARDS CENTERS Additions (Players listed here are also eligible to be drafted, but may be injured, or seemed unlikely to play this year in the NBA (mostly becuase they were unsigned as of September.)
Extractions: 2001-02 player lists (for the current 2001-02 season) Fantasy Basketball Rules/Draft Packet Scoresheet's Fantasy Basketball Introductury Brochure Basketball Links Basketball Message Board ... Scoresheet Home The first column on the player lists is that player's Scoresheet player number. The second number is the total Scoresheet points they scored last season, the third number is their points per 40 minutes played, next is their shooting points per 40 minutes, then rebounding per 40, play-making points per 40 minutes, then defensive points per 40, then age as of opening day. GUARDS FORWARDS CENTERS Additions (Players listed here are also eligible to be drafted, but may be injured, or seemed unlikely to play this year in the NBA - mostly because they were unsigned as of September, or are talking of retiring of playing in Europe.)
High School Basketball Recruits But let us look at the High School basketball prospects from 1998 and This list includesthe likes of corey benjamin, Tremaine Fowlkes, Tyronn Lue, Mark Miller http://www.1800-sports.com/High-School-Basketball-Recruits.shtml
Extractions: High School Basketball Recruits: A Tough Choice or Not? by Latrell Williams of 1800-Sports.com It can't be easy as a High School senior having to choose between four years of college education and the opportunity to instantly start raking in over a million dollars per year as a professional NBA star. High School basketball recruits don't need to study for the SATs, meet with academic suitors or go through any of the rigors related to college preparation. Kobe's successful career in the NBA has made skipping college fashionable for today's future stars, and the future is now for players like Lebron James and up-and-coming High School phenoms, Dwight Howard and Josh Smith just to name a few. Many believe that with a few high school kids coming out this would eventually lead to swarms of them following in their predecessors footsteps. It apparently has but the end results may be somewhat more promising. Most of these highschoolers have since gone on to become model citizens if we can overlook Iverson's tiffs with the law and the current Kobe Bryant matter. High School basketball recruits are the norm nowadays. The top prospects of both 2003 and 2004, respectively, have been Highschoolers. Lebron James last year and Dwight Howard this year.
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Extractions: Basketball-Reference.com :: N a v i g a t i o n :: Players Teams Leagues Coaches ... Playoffs You Are Here > Basketball-Reference Players > B Active players are listed in bold . Members of the Hall of Fame are marked with an asterisk (*). Years are from the start of the player's career to the end. Ba Back to top Milos Babic Johnny Bach Henry Bacon ... Sergei Bazarevitch Be Back to top Ed Beach Al Beard Butch Beard ... Travis Best Bi Back to top Wesley Bialosuknia Al Bianchi Hank Biasatti ... Gale Bishop Bl Back to top Uwe Blab Charlie Black Norman Black ... Ray Blume Bo Back to top Nelson Bobb Bucky Bockhorn Tom Boerwinkle ... Winford Boynes Br Back to top Steve Bracey Gary Bradds Alex Bradley ... Torgeir Bryn Bu Back to top George Bucci Joe Buckhalter Steve Bucknall ... Rasual Butler By Back to top Walter Byrd Marty Byrnes Tommy Byrnes ... Michael Bytzura Di Back to top Boris Diaw
2001 Chicago Bulls - Basketball-Reference.com You Are Here basketballReference Teams Chicago Bulls 2001. Khalid El-Amin50 936 115 311 28 84 56 72 21 60 81 145 48 2 54 99 314 corey benjamin 65 857 http://www.basketball-reference.com/teams/CHI/2001.html
Extractions: Basketball-Reference.com :: N a v i g a t i o n :: Players Teams Leagues Coaches ... Playoffs You Are Here > Basketball-Reference Teams Chicago Bulls , Finished 8th, Central Division ( Game Results View League Season Summary Scored 7181 points, Allowed 7927 points ( Expected W-L Coached by Tim Floyd Click on the Player for career statistics and accomplishments. Players who did not spend the entire season with the team may not be included. Player statistics may include stints with other teams. Glossary Player G MP FG FGA 3P 3PA FT FTA ORB DRB TRB AST STL BLK TO PF PTS ++-++++-++++++++-+-+-+-++ Elton Brand Ron Mercer Ron Artest Marcus Fizer ... Steve Goodrich Glossary Player G MP FG FGA 3P 3PA FT FTA ORB DRB TRB AST STL BLK TO PF PTS ++-++++-++++++++-+-+-+-++ Elton Brand Ron Mercer Ron Artest Marcus Fizer ... Dalibor Bagaric Glossary Player G MP FG FGA 3P 3PA FT FTA ORB DRB TRB AST STL BLK TO PF PTS ++-++++-++++++++-+-+-+-++ Elton Brand Ron Mercer Marcus Fizer Ron Artest ... A.J. Guyton
Extractions: Main Basketball htmlAdWH('7003382', '234', '60'); NATIONAL BASKETBALL DEVELOPMENTAL LEAGUE FACTS Players - NBDL players must be 20 years of age or older to play in the league. An exception will be made for players who are at least 18 years old, have been drafted by an NBA team and subsequently cut. Development league players will be eligible to play for any NBA team. Schedule - The inaugural season will tip off in November 2001. Each team will play a 56-game regular season schedule that will run from mid-November through March, immediately followed by the playoffs. League Officers - Rob Levine, Senior Vice President, New League Development, NBA Peter Smul, Vice President, New League Development, NBA Karl Hicks, Senior Director, Basketball Operations, NBDL Milt Newton, Director, Player Personnel, NBDL NBDL MEMBERSHIP CHRONOLOGY 2001-02 2001-02 In- Ashville Altitude 2001-02 - [charter franchise] Columbus Riverdragons 2001-02 - [charter franchise] Fayetteville Patriots 2001-02 - [charter franchise] Greenville Groove 2001-02 - [charter franchise] Huntsville Flight 2001-02 - [charter franchise] Mobile Revelers 2001-02 - [charter franchise] North Charlestonn Lowgators 2001-02 - [charter franchise] Roanoke Dazzle 2001-02 - [charter franchise]
Extractions: The 1996 USA Basketball Junior National Select Team, compiled of 11 of the top high school seniors from across the United States, fell 104-96 to an International Select Team in the second annual Hoop Summit to benefit the Basketball Hall of Fame. Held April 20 at Independence Arena in Charlotte, N.C., the game was telecast nationally by CBS. "Basically, they played the game the way it was invented, like it was supposed to be played," commented USA coach George Glymph, head coach at Eau Claire High School. "They were prime time and we were show time, that's why they came out with the win. We were out coached and out played. They did a good job of showing us Americans how the game is supposed to be played." The U.S. controlled the opening tip as 6'11" center Jermaine O'Neal tipped the ball to guard Mike Bibby who drove the lane to put the USA on the board eight seconds into the contest. Following a layup by China's Gerger Wong for an early tie, the U.S. took control and went on to establish an eight point lead at 18-10 with 15:06 left in the half.