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Chansky’s Notebook: ‘OK Kid’ Feted


received the honor still closest to his heart. If you are 50 or older and a Tar Heel fan, you remember O’Koren as one of the most exciting players ever recruited by . Last week, the kid who grew up on the Jersey City playgrounds had the St. John’s Courts renamed the Mike O’Koren Courts in a ceremony with more than 200 people. (Chapelboro.com)

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Chansky’s Notebook: ‘OK Kid’ Feted


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