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NBA Draft: Anthony Cowan Jr. is ready for the next challenge

The 22-year-old senior point guard from Washington D.C. ended his college career with a season for the rafters. Cowan led the team in minutes played, points, assists and steals, broke the school record with 130 consecutive starts, was a Wooden Watch candidate in the month of February, and finished a First-Team All-Big Ten selection


This Orthodox Jewish Agent Reps A Player Who Was Just Picked In The NBA Draft

Daniel Hazan is the youngest sports agent to ever sign a player into the NBA, and he’s done it while being an Orthodox Jew.  Hazan’s religious life has nothing but a positive impact on the people around him. The founder of Hazan Sports Management, Hazan started his business while still in college at Yeshiva University.



Now that Hazan has grown up, basketball is more central to his life than ever before, and he to it. At 23, Hazan is the youngest certified agent with a full-time NBA player as a client. It’s been nearly two years since he founded his own joint, Hazan Sports Management.


As an Israeli African-American Jew, Nets' Shawn Dawson should feel right at home in Brooklyn

The 24-year-old guard impressed in Summer League with the Nets, leading the team in scoring despite averaging just 18 minutes per game. He is among the prospects fighting for a roster spot, trying to become just the third Israeli in the NBA.


Indiana Pacers sign Amida

Brimah to a one-year, partially guaranteed deal

The Indiana Pacers aren’t quite done yet in free agency. Birthday boy Kevin Pritchard made a move on Thursday, signing Amida Brimah to a one-year deal. Yahoo Sports’ Chris Haynes confirmed the news.

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