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Once AAU teammates, Jerry Stackhouse and Jeff Capel meet again — this time as coaches


After his team lost to the Raleigh Stars in a regional AAU tournament in 1990, Jeff Capel had little reason to be humbled. In his hometown of Fayetteville, N.C., the ninth-grader would have his choice of Division I schools. On this day, though, his team had been soundly defeated by an opponent led by a muscular 6-foot-6 forward named . (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)

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Once AAU teammates, Jerry Stackhouse and Jeff Capel meet again — this time as coaches


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