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Posted: Jul 31, 2021 5:55 AMUpdated: Jul 31, 2021 6:01 AM

Thunder Draft Pick Played Against Bruins in 2017

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Max Gross

We while file this one under the information that you didn’t know you needed to know…

The Oklahoma City Thunder selected Jeremiah Robinson-Earl with the 32nd overall pick in the NBA Draft on Thursday night. Robinson-Earl actually has a local history having played against Bartlesville High School in a Tournament in Coffeyville in January 2017.

The former Villanova Wildcats star played for Bishop Miege High School in the Kansas City area. Bishop Miege beat up on Barron Tanner and the Bruins, 60-39. He scored 10 points against Bartlesville. Robinson Earl would then go on to  play at Villanova for two seasons—just missing out on a national championship by two seasons.

Robinson-Earl is a 6-10 Center that should give the Thunder frontcourt some major help.


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