Not so fast, Terrence Oglesby

In Italy...for now, at least.

By: Freaknick

One thing that nobody denies: Terrence Oglesby can shoot the lights out.

But so could Salim Stoudamire.  And Quincy Douby.  And Trajan Langdon.

Hmmm…it seems like only one of those three will be making over $1.5 million this season.  Could it be the same one who has been an All-League performer? And Final Four MVP? And league champion?  Yes it could be, and yes it is.  If it’s still unclear by now, Langdon is the studliest shooter of this trio.  The former Duke Blue Devil has turned into one of Europe’s elite backcourt players for CKSA Moscow, who won the 2008 Euroleague championship in which Langdon took home Final Four MVP honors.  Meanwhile, former Arizona standout Stoudamire sat out last season after seeing his minutes and points dwindle to a meager 5.7 points in 11.5 minutes per game in 2007-08. Douby, the Rutgers superstar of yesteryear, is not doing much better with his whopping career scoring average of 4.1 points per game in three professional seasons.

So when our friends over at BallinEurope dropped the news that Mr. Oglesby’s early departure from Clemson would land him with Original Marines Napoli of the Italian League, my mind was abuzz with visions of a glorious transition from the ACC to Europe. Continue Reading…

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