Our Sunday roundup of news worth mentioning from around the state.
A review of Draymond Green‘s performance this summer. (Comcast Bay Area)
Dan Roundfield‘s former coach at Central Michigan talks about Roundfield’s tragic death. (Saginaw News)
Former Flint Northwestern star Trent Tucker is hosting his annual charity gala. (Look to the Stars)
Detroit native Derrick Coleman named the second best basketball player in Syracuse history. (SU Juice)
There are only six college basketball players coaches would rather add to their team over Trey Burke. (CBS)
Some standouts from the Northwood Elite Camp. (Next Generation Sports)
Magic Johnson, Steve Smith among the Michigan State greats who could return for a game at Jenison Fieldhouse. (MLive)
A water polo player gets compared to … Chris Webber? (Detroit Free Press)
Detroit native Chris Douglas-Roberts certainly has a nice car. (Complex)
How Flint native JaVale McGee‘s game has changed since he’s been in Denver. (Roundball Mining Company)
Jalen Rose was a guest on Bill Simmons’ B.S. Report. (Grantland)
Speaking of Rose, he has been doing a lot of grandstanding about the lazy media giving U.S. gymnasts the Fab Five nickname that he didn’t even like in the first place. (CBS Detroit)
Joe Stapleton has a look at some high school prospects. (UM Hoops)
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