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OSU’s Lauderdale heads to Europe; will play in Poland


Dallas Lauderdale to play for Polish team ( photo)

Former Ohio State basketball star Dallas Lauderdale is the latest player to sign a contract to play pro basketball.

The Solon, Ohio native has signed a contract to play for PGE Turow in Poland, for the 2011-12 season. The deal was announced on Friday.

Lauderdale’s former OSU teammate David Lighty, who signed a few weeks ago, will be playing for the Italian team Bennet Cantu.

PGE Turow finished in second place in the Polish League last season to earn one of the 16 spots in the upcoming qualifying rounds for the Euroleague, which is the top competition level in Europe. Two teams will advance from qualifying to the Euroleague.


compiled from staff, Radio & TV news

OSU’s Diebler selected by Portland at #51 overall

John Diebler (file photo)

Former Ohio State star John Diebler was relaxing with his new wife, Caitlin, and her family when he was watching the NBA Draft on TV when his phone rung and it was his agent.

The agent was telling him the same news that was about to be announced on TV, the Portland Trail Blazers were selecting the Big Ten’s career three-point field goal leader from the Buckeyes with the 21st pick of the second round.

Portland was one of seven teams Diebler worked out for at their training facilities during the previous three weeks leading to the draft.

This is the first year that Ohio State did not have a player selected in the first round of the draft for the first time in five years.

The other two Ohio State seniors eligible to be drafted, David Lighty and Dallas Lauderdale, were not selected.


compiled from staff, Ohio State & Portland Trail Blazers news

3rd Annual OHIO College All-Star Classic will be aired as a part of “HIGH SCHOOL BOUNCE” Live this afternoon at 1:00 p.m. presented by SWIFT TAX SERVICES


Johnny Clark is the founder/creator of Jump 25 basketball & the Ohio College All-Star Game (photo courtesy of

The 3rd Annual Ohio College All-Star Classic will take place tomorrow afternoon, Sunday, April 17 at Upper Arlington High School. Admission is just $5.00.

The Classic features the top seniors from the Central Ohio area and the from NCAA Division I. II. III & NAIA schools from across the state of Ohio.

The 1:00 p.m. game will feature the High School All-Star game, sponsored by Buckeye Prep Report.

The 3:00 p.m. game will feature all of the top seniors in Ohio college basketball including Jon Diebler, David Lighty, Dallas Lauderdale of Ohio State and N’Gai Evans from Wright State. to name a few. will have the game starting around 12:55 p.m. on Sunday afternoon. You can listen through our HIGH SCHOOL BOUNCE page in the upper left-hand corner of the website.

Buckeyes’ Lauderdale awarded Buckeyes’ Big 10 Sportsmanship Award


Dallas Lauderdale (courtesy of OSU athletics)


 Dallas Lauderdale, the Ohio State Buckeyes shot-blocking, rebounding and play-solid-defense center, has been selected as the team’s Big Ten Sportsmanship award honoree after starting all 31 games, averaging 4.5 points and 3.5 rebounds per contest.

A Solon, Ohio native, Lauderdale, with 205 career blocks to rank third in program history, shot a team-high 73 percent from the field this season, hitting 66 of 90 attempts, with an 85 percent mark through 18 Big Ten games (33 of 39).

compiled from Big Ten & Ohio State athletics news

#1 Ohio State overcomes Williams Arena jinx; wins 82-69

Photos of Williams Arena courtesy of Minnesota athletics

Williams Arena

Williams Arena floor

Over the years, Ohio State Buckeyes teams, whether they’re good or bad, have had trouble winning in 80-year-old Williams Arena on the University of Minnesota campus.

However, the #1-ranked Buckeyes overcame the jinx, the fans and the elevated floor of Williams Arena to beat the 18th-ranked Gophers for only the second time in the past six visits to Williams Arena, 82-69.

David Lighty, the only player on the Ohio State roster who had ever won a game at Williams Arena, led the way with 19 points. The sixth-year senior along with Jared Sullinger, Dallas Lauderdale and DeShaun Thomas helped shutdown the Minnesota Gophers inside trio of Ralph Sampson III, Trevor Mbakwe and Colton Iverson.

The Gophers have had problems in their backcourt since point guard Al Nolen broke his foot and sixth man Devoe Joseph transferred. Head coach Tubby Smith has had to rely more on his inside players.

Sullinger scored 18 points and grabbed 13 rebounds for his 11th double-double of the season.

The Buckeyes also controlled the offensive boards with 22.

OSU improves to 24-0, 11-0 in the Big Ten, while Minnesota drops to 16-7, 5-6.

compiled from staff, Ohio State & Minnesota athletics news

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