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2009 All-Tidewater Boys Basketball - Part II


Last but definitely not least is Norfolk Christian sophomore James McAdoo. I almost put him on second team because he’s only a sophomore but I can’t penalize him for that. He is very deserving of the first team. He averaged 25 points and 11 rebounds and was a force each time he stepped on the court.

I remember sitting next to North Carolina coach Roy Williams when the Ambassadors played Norfolk Collegiate in a huge late-season match-up. Each time McAdoo did something spectacular – which was often – Williams watched intensely, sometimes shaking his head in disbelief. (Virginian-Pilot)


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