The timeout came with about eight seconds left in a basketball camp game at the Lohse YMCA, and coach Kevin Parrom was frantically looking around for something to write on.
For decades, the Arizona Wildcats' best players have been synonymous with the numbers they've worn on their jerseys.
Former UA star Reggie Geary, getting a lift from his players, led the Yokohama B-Corsairs to the Basketball Japan League title on Sunday.
TOKYO - In two seasons, coach Reggie Geary and the Yokohama B-Corsairs have established a standard of excellence for new teams as the upstart Basketball Japan League has morphed into a major-size league.
TOKYO — In two seasons, head coach Reggie Geary and the Yokohama B-Corsairs have established a standard of excellence for new teams as the upstart Basketball Japan League has morphed into a major-size league.
Get to know former Arizona Wildcats guard Reggie Geary's Yokohama B-Corsairs team of the Basketball Japan League.
The expansion squad began play in the 2011-2012 season, and this video was created by the United States Army Garrison Japan to introduce the public to the new team.
In two seasons under Reggie Geary, Yokohama has risen from expansion team to league champs.
From his basketball home in Japan, Reggie Geary exchanged emails recently with Phoenix-based Russ Pennell, and Geary could probably still hear chuckling on the other end.
Reggie Geary played for the San Antonio Spurs in 1997-98 and for the Cleveland Cavaliers in 1996-97.
TOKYO - Reggie Geary's defensive skills and hoop smarts carried him to success throughout his collegiate career with Lute Olson's Arizona Wildcats in the mid-1990s.
Reggie Geary is proud of his Japanese team...Gabe York gets some hype...KO earns $1.7 million...and Shots from the Heart is still dormant.
Former Arizona Wildcats point guard Josiah Turner has found a new home under new SMU coach Larry Brown.
Former Arizona point guard Josiah Turner is headed to SMU. He thanked UA coaches for "supporting my decision."
The former Wildcat directed an expansion club to a 31-21 record...and other notes/links.