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Posts Tagged ‘Jon Diebler.’

Former OSU star Diebler traded from Portland to Houston

 

The Portland Trail Blazers have traded the negotiating rights to former Ohio State guard Jon Diebler to the Houston Rockets as part of a three-team trade that also involved Boston Celtics and shooting guard Courtney Lee.

Jon Diebler (OSU photo)

In exchange for Diebler, Portland obtained guard Sasha Pavlovic, two 2013 second-round draft picks and cash from the Celtics.

Diebler, who is from Upper Sandusky, Ohio, was selected by the Trail Blazers with the 51st pick in the 2011 NBA draft, played his rookie season in Greece.

 

Info compiled from NBA, Portland Trail Blazers, Radio & TV news

 

OSU product Diebler headed to Greek league August 28

 

Jon Diebler (file photo)

Former Ohio State basketball star Jon Diebler waited all summer and trusted his agent to find him the right deal and Lance Young did just that.

The Upper Sandusky native recently signed a one-year contract to play for Panionios in Greece’s top league for the 2011-2012 season. He’ll report to training camp on August 28.

Diebler was a second-round choice of the Portland Trail Blazers in the June NBA draft. But his contract does not allow him him to opt out if the NBA lockout ends.

Diebler joins David Lighty (Italy) and Dallas Lauderdale (Poland) as the third senior from the 2011 Big Ten champion Buckeyes to sign to play basketball in Europe.

Diebler recently married his long-time girlfriend, Caitlin in June.

 

compiled from staff, Radio & TV 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 Jump25basketball.com)

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.

Megasportsnews.com 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.

Ohio State dominates Indiana 82-61

The Buckeyes held the Indiana Hoosiers to 38.5 percent shooting en route to winning 82-61 in Value City Arena and keeping their one-game lead over Purdue in the Big Ten standings.

Freshman Deshaun Thomas scored a game-high 22 points off the bench for Ohio State (27-2, 14-2) who will be going back to the #1 perch in the nation in the AP Poll because #1 Duke lost to Virginia Tech.

DeShaun Thomas (courtesy of OSU athletics)

William Buford added 15 points and David Lighty and Jon Diebler 11 apiece for Ohio State, which has beaten Indiana (12-17, 3-13) for the sixth straight time, which is the Buckeyes’ longest winning streak in a series dating back to 1905.

Verdell Jones III led the Hoosiers with 14 points.

compiled from Ohio State athletics news

Lighty helps Buckeyes with big win over Illinois

David Lighty (courtesy of Ohio State athletics)

There are several college basketball coaches and experts who say that the Big Ten player of the year award should go to Ohio State senior David Lighty.

Especially after Lighty scored 13 consecutive points and had three steals in less than three minutes in the second half in #2 Ohio State’s 89-70 win over the Illinois Fighting Illini in Value City Arena.

Lighty scored 17 of his 21 points in the second half to lead OSU (26-2, 13-2) which kept a one-game lead over Purdue in the loss column with three games to play in the Big Ten season.

William Buford scored all 17 of his points in the first half, Jon Diebler with 13, Jared Sullinger and Aaron Craft 12 apiece for the Buckeyes.

Mike Davis scored 18 points to lead the Illini (17-11, 7-8) who trailed by 15 at halftime, 47-32.

compiled from Ohio State news

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