Larger than life, Neil Fingleton remembered as a ‘Worcester guy’


Dave McNamara and other members of the Holy Name High boys' basketball team were practicing for a summer tournament at Assumption's Laska Gym one August day in 1997 when their coach, J.P. Ricciardi, walked in with their newest HN teammate, 7-foot-6-inch , who had just arrived in Worcester from his native Durham, England. (Worcester Telegram)

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