TAG: Cameron Dollar

College / Nov 25, 2013 / 1:30 pm

Seattle University’s Cameron Dollar On Making History

Cameron Dollar

As a player and now as a coach, Cameron Dollar‘s basketball life has been defined by being thrown into pressure situations and thriving when others would simply hope to survive.

Back in 1995, Dollar was a sophomore backup point guard at UCLA when, less than three minutes into the national championship game against Arkansas, he was called upon to replace injured starter Tyus Edney. Facing the Razorbacks’ vaunted “40 Minutes of Hell” full-court pressure, Dollar kept a steady head and a solid handle – finishing with six points, eight assists and four steals – and guided the Bruins to their 11th national title. Read More »

D-League, NBA, NBA Draft / Jun 1, 2010 / 2:45 pm

NBA Draft: You Need To Know About Charles Garcia

Who is Charles Garcia? Not many people can say anything for sure about the widely unknown and somewhat unproven Los Angeles product. Few prospects in the upcoming NBA Draft can match the 6-9 junior’s ability to fill up a stat-sheet in the best and worst ways, and even fewer have had such a strange trip up to this point in their young careers. Read More »